On what scientific grounds can you guarantee anything about consciousness? You can't, it is just a wishful thinking on your part, as you would rather be eternally dead than eternally conscious.
We will both soon enough find out!
Another hot day here and I should edit my list of emergency things to take in case of fires. Perish the thought. I also have to phone the guy I got water from last year, and get another lot, as my tank is getting down.
Will I be able to fly my drone outside today? So far I have only tried it in the garage, and it is fun!
Susan Doris Wrote:
> I have done that, and followed discussions onQuote
You should try to look into quantum
> another board as well as I could.
> Whether consciousness is taken into account orQuote
and you will find out that science has
> indeed changed a bit since, well since Newton.
> Consciousness must be taken into account now, for
> instance, and that is a huge change.
> not, I'd guarantee that they will never find any
> consciousness existing independently anywhere in
> any form. It needs a living brain, however
> That reinforces the understanding of any goodQuote
Technology works well with Newton, but a
> lot does not add up any more. Sorry not to be more
> specific right now, it has been a hot day, and now
> I should have some dinner.
> scientist that, whatever theydiscover and whatever
> is shown to be verifiable etc, there must always
> be a chance for someone to come along and improve,
> refute or confirm results already established.
> It is a nice day here, but it is a cold wind, so I
> have done my exercises indoors rather than trying
> to do my regular walk.