On Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 12:52 PM, Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> If physics cannot predict even in theory when the neurons will fire
>> then *by definition* the neurons behave contrary to physics.
> If the neurons fire based on the participation of a personal identity in
> response to events in a person's life, then how could physics predict them
> without predicting a person's entire life?
When you replace the spark plugs in your car you don't need to know
everywhere the car is going to go for the duration of its existence.
You just need to know how the spark plugs respond to voltage, current,
temperature and so on. If you can't predict this even in theory then
your car has magical spark plugs and you won't be able to replace
them. Same with your brain.
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