On Jul 24, 9:02 pm, Colin Geoffrey Hales <cgha...@unimelb.edu.au>
> artificially. i.e. REPLICATE. Not emulate. Not simulate. You master the
> natural version, make it artificially, then you experiment to find out a
> theory of it... not the other way around. It's what we did for flight,
> fire and light and who knows what else. Cognition is no different.
I agree and flight and fire are great examples. It intuitively seems
like a similar kind of thing; the notion of igniting a relatively
uncontrollable natural process through controlled artificial means.
Here's my Theory of Everything if you want to check it out:
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