[ExI] asim roy brain theory
brent.allsop at comcast.net
Sat Nov 22 04:48:20 UTC 2008
Richard Loosemore wrote:
> Brent Allsop wrote:
>> Thanks for this informative analysis and judgment. As I started
>> examining this, I had a similar feeling, but Richard, in operational
>> brain mechanics, is clearly much more of an expert than I.
>> Additionally, non of this has anything to do with the 'Hard Problem'
>> right Richard? Which is a much more significant and likely to bear
>> powerful world changing fruits (as in THE greatest scientific
>> discovery - ever) in the very short turn future - right Richard?
>> Brent Allsop
> Was this sarcasm?
> If so, why?
No, sorry. I guess I should have said something more like?:
Additionally, non of this has anything to do with the 'Hard Problem',
which I believe the full understanding of such will turn out to be much
more significant and likely to bear powerful world changing fruits.
Indeed, I beleive the full demonstrable understanding of such will turn
out to be the greatest scientific discovery - ever. Richard - what are
your thoughts on this? Does any of Roy's work have anything to do with
the 'Hard Problem' in any way? Or is it all just simply about
behavioral mechanisms or designs - categorically different than the
I hope that makes more sense. Sorry for my poor choice of words.
Please let me know if any of the above still doesn't seem perfectly clear.
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