Roger Clough wrote:
> Hi benjayk
> In monadic theory, since space does not exist, monads are by definition
> nonlocal, thus all minds in a sense are one
> and can commune with one another as well as with God (the mind behind the
> supreme monad).
> The clarity of intercommunication will of course depend, of course, on the
> sensitivity of the monads, their intelligence,
> and how "near" (resonant) their partners are, as well as other factors
> such as whether or not its
> a clear monadic weather day.
I agree. We even have empiricial evidence for that with telepathy (and other
It seems computers will have a hard time doing any of it, since we
specificially built them to only do what we ordered them to do.
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