On 1/31/2012 11:11 AM, Quentin Anciaux wrote:
Also when you close your eyes, your sensor still receive stimuli from the eyes. Only in
total blackness would you see black, but you'll still receive information from other
senses and parts of your brain. You never have "no inputs". Even in sense deprivation
tanks, you have your own mind inputs. A conscious computation should not stop processing
like our consciousness.
I have not been able to find the reference, but I remember reading, back in the 60's when
sensory deprivation was the new fad, that persons staying in sensory deprivation more than
about 45min had their conscious thoughts go into a loop.
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