Synesthesia proves that data can be formatted in multiple ways,
irrespective of assumed correlations. A computer proves this also. Your
argument is essentially that we couldn't look at the data of an mp3 in any
other way except listening to it with an ear. "You'd have realized that
visual/alphanumeric detection doesn't have the harmonic oscillation and
melodic structure to contain music theory".
On Sun, Aug 18, 2013 at 2:47 AM, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:
> On 8/17/2013 10:09 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
> Don't be so evasive, Brent. Being dense is how science works. It's about
> stripping away your assumptions. Your assumption is that somehow a sense of
> smell is an expected outcome of chemical detection, so I ask you to explain
> why you assume that. You are bluffing.
> And you're putting no thought into the problem. Otherwise you'd have
> realized that smell/chemical detection doesn't have the angular disribution
> and projective geometry of sight or the localization of touch and so you
> could have answered you own questions if you'd actually been interested in
> the answer.
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