On 5/27/2012 2:04 PM, Stephen P. King wrote:
This does seem to imply an interesting situation where the mind/consciousness of the observer is in a sense no longer confined to being 'inside the skull" but ranging out to the farthest place where something is percieved. It seems to me that imply a mapping between a large hyper-volume (the out there) and the small volume of the brain that cannot be in a one-to-one form.
The skull, the brain, and 'out there' are all just parts of the world model your brain constructs.
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