The emergence of expeirnce

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

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Re: The emergence of expeirnce

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bahman wrote: Sat Mar 28, 2020 8:22 pm You cannot use weight as a unit because it changes.
Mass changes, not weight.
Western science has that upside-down.

Weight is fixed as the constituency of the "gravitating" body itself,
whereas mass is only relative to the body to which it is accelerating.

Gravity is a one-body acceleration
as in the gravitation of a single planet,
whereas mass requires two bodies:
one providing the gravity, the other
having a relative "mass" as in a ball
accelerating toward the planet.
The mass of the ball is relative to
the planet, whereas the weight
is not, rather intrinsic to the ball
irrespective of another body.
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Re: The emergence of expeirnce

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nothing wrote: Sun Mar 29, 2020 3:16 pm
bahman wrote: Sat Mar 28, 2020 8:22 pm You cannot use weight as a unit because it changes.
Mass changes, not weight.
Western science has that upside-down.

Weight is fixed as the constituency of the "gravitating" body itself,
whereas mass is only relative to the body to which it is accelerating.

Gravity is a one-body acceleration
as in the gravitation of a single planet,
whereas mass requires two bodies:
one providing the gravity, the other
having a relative "mass" as in a ball
accelerating toward the planet.
The mass of the ball is relative to
the planet, whereas the weight
is not, rather intrinsic to the ball
irrespective of another body.
Western science is right to some extent. They miss mind however.
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bahman wrote: Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:14 pm Western science is right to some extent. They miss mind however.
The mind to see right-side-up instead of upside-down.
"Belief" is the inversion factor such to ever believe
down is up, up is down, wrong is right, right is wrong.

Thus expect "believers" to be approaching,
near, or at: upside-down way of seeing things.
No better example than "belief"-based Islam
who see their own nature they hate in others
instead of where it is: in themselves,
such to blame/accuse others for it.
Hence: psychological projection
(biblical: Mark of Cain)
is the mark of their mindless ideology.
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