[extropy-chat] Fragmentation of computations

Russell Wallace russell.wallace at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 15:24:53 UTC 2007

On 3/27/07, Lee Corbin <lcorbin at rawbw.com> wrote:
> This is the timeless one.  This also comes, say, equating the time
> axis to the spatial ones. This view says causality and information
> flow (which subtly brings back the notion of time), aren't required.
> Yes, this is truly a divide.   The only attack on it that I can mount
> is an appeal to common sense. Rocks aren't conscious, and that
> goes doubly true for static rocks!  :-)

Indeed, but that doesn't contradict the timeless view - see my subsequent
post where I point out why even to a Platonist like me, who is happy with
the idea of an array of frames being conscious, it's still wrong to claim
rocks are conscious.
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