On Monday, February 18, 2013 9:30:49 PM UTC-5, stathisp wrote:
> There is no argument presented in this article. The stock market and brain
> and indeed most natural systems are chaotic, but that is not the same as
> being not computable.
Yes, I posted it just to show that someone who works closely with both
neurology and consciousness professionally comes to the same conclusion
that I have. It seems like a handy thing to have when one is accused of
being ignorant of science or anti-science. It turns out that its only
prejudice that makes these kinds of accusation in this case.
As far as the stock market being computable, how would you go about
determining, for instance, whether or not I rebalance my 401k and on what
day and time?
The brain has the same issue - you can't tell what it is going to do from
the outside, because the behavior on the outside is often driven by the
story going on the inside - which cannot be known unless you too are on the
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