[ExI] Digital Consciousness .
brent.allsop at canonizer.com
Wed May 1 17:20:33 UTC 2013
Very good points! The entire purpose of creating Canonizer.com, was on
the premise that communication and terminology is the biggest problem,
possibly the only thing standing in the way of a significant scientific
discovery (the mappable relationship of qualities, to their particular
underlying physics.) Before canonizer.com, you could never even start a
conversation with most other people, especially if they were in a
different field, until you spent hours and days, trying to agree on what
various ways of saying things means.
The goal is to survey for, so we can know, concisely and quantitatively,
how everyone still currently thinks about this stuff, and for those in
the camp with the least problems, to be able to collaboratively point
out the problems in other camps, especially the most popular ones, in a
way that is from the target audiences point of view, from within their
current theoretical model, using their preferred language.
This includes the most efficient development of any required improved
language terminology. The most effecient and definitive way to
determine the best terminology, is to build consensus around, and survey
for what the most people consider to be the best way to say things. By
default, everyone should use the state of the art of the most popular
expert consensus terminology.
On the Canonizer.com main page, you can set the "namespace" to be
"/terminology/". When you do this you will find survey topics for
"What is the Best word to mean communication that which is ineffable"
and so on.
So feel free to participate in this survey or to start any other
proposed surveys for new definitions, and I will always use whatever the
state of the art expert consensus says, is the best terminology to use.
On 4/30/2013 7:25 PM, spike wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: extropy-chat-bounces at lists.extropy.org
> [mailto:extropy-chat-bounces at lists.extropy.org] On Behalf Of Mike Dougherty
>> ...btw, spike: what do you propose for the name of the unit of
> quantitative measure of a quale? (not to be confused with Quayle)
> Dunno. Quant is taken. Quante? Many quante are a quantia?
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