Thanks for your reply. I knew Karl Pribram and remember all the ribbing that he experienced for using this analogy. Karl cowrote a cognitive revolution book called, "Plans and the structure of behavior" with two fellow luminaries of the day, George Miller, and Eugene Galanter. The meta story was that Miller thought of it, Galanter wrote it, and Pribram believes it . . .
With my cognitive science background, I'm especially interested in transformations from level to level within a system and have recently become fascinated by a theory developed by Penrose and Hameroff:
This almost seems like it could come right out of one of your books. Do you know--or have you met--Roger Penrose?
It almost seems that he is allowing me to integrate my Cartesian tendencies with your information based integration.
What do you think of Penrose and Hameroff?