Re: [Fis] Chuan's reply11 - THE FRONTIERS OF INTELLIGENCE SCIENCE - unless reaches

2015-03-31 Thread Joshua Augustus Bacigalupi
the notion of simultaneity, because, the biology never took it out. It is our centuries of trying to perfect our control over noiseless states that creates the paradox; and, therefore, a need to overtly put it back in. On Sun, Mar 29, 2015 at 10:16 PM, Joshua Augustus Bacigalupi bacigalupiwo

Re: [Fis] Chuan's reply11 - THE FRONTIERS OF INTELLIGENCE SCIENCE - unless reaches

2015-03-29 Thread Joshua Augustus Bacigalupi
Pedro and Joseph, thank you for your thoughtful replies. I was away this weekend, and look forward to responding shortly to your comments. But, briefly: Pedro - I'm not sure I have access to Koichiro Matsuno's discussion re: paradoxes. Would you mind quoting some of the relevant portions of

Re: [Fis] Chuan's reply8 - THE FRONTIERS OF INTELLIGENCE SCIENCE-- an old poem as an echo

2015-03-21 Thread Joshua Augustus Bacigalupi
Greetings All; I am new to your group, and am moved to contribute by the Machado passage posted by Pedro. Never have I read such a concise and eloquent rendering of how I've come to understand the dynamic physical process of mind and intelligence. The poetic focus this last week, and the