2012/1/31 Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com>
> On Jan 31, 2:11 pm, Quentin Anciaux <allco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > A conscious program should involves deep computation and self reflection,
> > visual qualia "inputs" are not only from visual sensors but also from
> > internal parts like in human.
> > Also when you close your eyes, your sensor still receive stimuli from the
> > eyes. Only in total blackness would you see black,
> I can see black in my imagination anytime I want.
> > 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.
> > conscious computation should not stop processing like our consciousness.
> As soon as we start falling asleep though, the noise goes away. Noise
> should either be unavoidable or intentionally included in comp.
> our visual sense seems to do it both in different contexts.
> > But whatever, between your continuous straw man arguments, or your
> > illumination on a subject matter, it's becoming more and more boring
> > reading you.
> Nobody is holding a gun to your head.
> > If blackness qualia when closing your eyes was a valid refutation of comp
> > it would be hilarious.
> Of course, because religious faith cannot be refuted by mere truth. If
> going into total darkness created no noise, I would take that as
> supporting comp.
> As hilarious as the refutation by closing your eyes.
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