On 10/20/2013 8:18 PM, Jason Resch wrote:
If the first person views/memories are not integrated, they are not experienced by the Jupiter brain, only instantiated, and it learns nothing of what it is like to *be* the beings it discovers.


?? How is an experience instantiated without being experienced? Sounds like 
double talk.


But that is beside the point, even if this brain was not integrating the experiences into a single view, and instead was morphing its brain such that it experiences one lifetime after, this activity creates a chain of connections that goes through all the observer's lifetimes it ever experiences.

Why do experiences need some outside agent, "this brain" to integrate them? I thought the idea was that experiences formed a chain by their inherent content.

Brent

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