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Thanks for this explanation. I've tried to read it some time ago but have not really coped with it.
Now after reading again it was interesting for me to check if this is explained on some other internet sources and how exactly.
So I checked one of the first top search results and here is what I saw:...(read more)
I said that with a humor. But as there are a lot of people who believe in dragons, who are on the supernatural end of the scale, there are rational people who are on the opposite end of the scale AND there are a lot of people in the middle. They are partially rational and partially they can believe ...(read more)
The conclusion is rather strong one, Eliezer destroys the dreams of millions of people who are reading books about meditation, mind-control and other stuff. But this conclusion is stated at the end of the sequence which was preparing us all the way through - so it is good and gives a good chance to ...(read more)
Personally I enjoyed the movie :)
Just because I am consciousness ))
One more thing. Suppose there is a GLUT and I can talk to it. So I can ask a question: "GLUT, is there a question which you cannot answer?"
What do you guys think the GLUT will tell me?
Probably I am not right, but it looks to me that consciousness can go on without any "inputs" and "outputs". If I sit in the dark room alone and think about some sort of problem then I neither taking any inputs at that moment and nor generating any output uless I decide to think aloud :)
So if you b...(read more)
yes, you are right
And if the tiny gravitational pull of the littlw 1 gram switch can turn off the consciousness then imagine what would happen in the crowded city when a large lorry loaded with 20 tons of lead moved accross that city :) People will go zombiiiiiies and that would be a total chaos.
Now I know who is Scott Aaronson, so your comment was useful.
Honestly I don't know who Scott Aaronson is, so hard to say for me.
And regarding that science cannot explain consciousness - it probably cannot explain it exhaustively YET. But this was the same with a lot of other things in the past, which were not explainable at some moment in time but were expla...(read more)