On 02 Oct 2012, at 07:14, William R. Buckley wrote:
$$$$$$$ 1) Well it's an indeterminantcy, but which path is chosen is
done by the geometry of the location
or test probe, not the same I would think as logical choice (?)
So I would say "no."
Note that intelligence requires the ability to select.
BRUNO: OK. But the ability to selct does not require intelligence,
just interaction and some memory.
I can make a selection without the use of memory. We call such
choices by the term
William, please look at my answer to Roger. Consciousness selection is
a posteriori, and happens in self-duplication (in the comp theory), or
in superposition (in the Everett theory). It has nothing to do with
choice, which is self-determination.
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