On Wednesday, October 10, 2012 8:51:50 AM UTC-4, yanniru wrote: > > Roger, > > To say that a connection is based on logic is a category error. > > More specifically, > I conjecture that the connection in the brain between the physical brain > and the (computational?) mind/monads is based on BEC entanglement. > BEC stands for Bose-Einstein Condensate. > > It has been demonstrated experimentally that BECs made of different > substances > can become entangled. I claim based on string theory that the monads > are a BEC since they came from space. They are compactified space, > crystalline in form and essentially motionless. Presumably there is > also a physical BEC in the brain. > > So if my conjecture is correct, that disparate BECs, even the monad > BEC is substantive, > are capable of entanglement, which of course is all logical, then the > connection is based on entanglement. To say that a connection is based > on logic is a category error. > Richard > > What advantage does a BEC explanation really have over substance dualism though? How dies it solve the hard problem? Why do BECs experience things and nothing else does?
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