On 8/9/2011 8:26 AM, Stathis Papaioannou wrote:
Ugh. There is no such thing as conscious like behavior. Again. That is > my point. If I am a cockroach, then cockroaches seem to behave like > they are conscious to me and human beings are forces of nature.
I'm not a cockroach, yet cockroach's seem quite intelligent to me (smarter than cabbages and Mars Rovers). So intelligence is not just matter of personal affinity.
I can > only think that this insight is not accessible to everyone because > only some people seem to be capable of getting it and just overlook it > over and over again. It is critically important to understand this > point or everything that follows will be a strawman distortion of my > position.
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