evolution in terms of nonlocality

Is the mind the same as the body? What is consciousness? Can machines have it?

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jackles
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evolution in terms of nonlocality

Post by jackles » Mon Sep 09, 2013 5:26 pm

The theory is that consciousness is a singlarity sourced and shared by brains in general.so brains evolved with the ability to source consciousness to different degrees at quantum level.it would mean that the localised event of a certain brain event experience is in side a nonlocal hoste with a sizeless nature.so our brains as humans have sourced consciousness to a certain level so that good and evil can be experienced by the observer .the brain also would have the capability to expand knowlege of its own consciousness by its own will.all events would be fiction to nonlocal consciousness . If this is correct we humans have the exact same consciouse but not awareness as dinosaurs and ants but they dont know or care that they are us .regs jackles.

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