On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 12:29:18AM -0500, Jason Resch wrote:
> Stephen,
> I don't know of this woman's account is anything like Bruno's experience or
> not.  I believe she still experiences a stream of consciousness, but her
> visual sense is devoid of movement.  She experiences only static frames:
> One patient, LM, described pouring a cup of tea or coffee difficult
> "because the fluid appeared to be frozen, like a
> glacier".[5]<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akinetopsia#cite_note-LM-4>
> She
> did not know when to stop pouring, because she could not perceive the
> movement of the fluid rising.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akinetopsia
> Jason

This wouldn't contradict TIME, which only says that percieved
psychological time should be a "timescale" (a mathematical
term). Discrete time, such as that reported by LM above is still a
valid timescale.



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