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    There is nothing is the argument against free...

    Your post suggests that you haven't yet grasped the distinction between the ability to make decisions - which nobody denies - and the incoherent notion of free will.

    The brain makes decisions...
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    Other than what I state being the definitions of...

    Other than what I state being the definitions of the matter it is the statement of definition put forward by the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy:...
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    Yes you can claim. No one denies you can claim....

    Yes you can claim. No one denies you can claim.

    It's simply not what is taking place. Any attempt to justify otherwise requires the hard evidence of material proof which is way beyond that of any...
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    Two subjectives were in a boat. Free will fell...

    Two subjectives were in a boat. Free will fell out and Norm was left. What was left. Nothing. Do you agree?
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    Ok. So what about Quantum mind where the matter...

    Ok. So what about Quantum mind where the matter of time scale and the problem of speculation, no experimental evidence, are raised.





    Following the blast above those problems are expanded...
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    What I don't understand is how genetic mutated...

    What I don't understand is how genetic mutated variation arrived at nanotube quantum selection. A theory so robust it defines most every beneficial change that's taken place in living things since...
  7. That recorded case where one was of 17 or more...

    That recorded case where one was of 17 or more minds kind of puts the kybosh on any half minded argument.

    Sperry found only one chiasma after all.
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    Oh. It's psychology. Actually it isn't. ...

    In some cases we want the "that" and in other cases we don't want it. That it's predetermined doesn't mean it's contrary to our free will. If we wanted it and it happened and we were conscious and...
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    ring Jeeves

    ring Jeeves
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    march

    march
  11. Boiled peanuts are great. Metaphor's take not so...

    Boiled peanuts are great. Metaphor's take not so much. We learn from the pandemic that most American workers can be productive for their companies from home.

    As for problems that will make for...
  12. UppA Yours steve_bank . Yes, I agree Elixir that...

    UppA Yours steve_bank . Yes, I agree Elixir that Lion IRC is attributing pseudoscience to science.
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    Person even with memory is subjective.

    Person even with memory is subjective.
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    We need to marry AI with human interface and...

    We need to marry AI with human interface and Virtual/Augmented reality to fully encompass the relation between man, computer and information. For the latter fields Ivan Sutherland and J. C. R....
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    From my brief ventures into microbiology and...

    From my brief ventures into microbiology and genetics I was shown a lot of evidence that genetic change is abrupt.
  16. It looks like a lot of fun in the mud arena. ...

    It looks like a lot of fun in the mud arena.

    So what! When the arms are arms there isn't much death. When the arms carry weapons (arms carry arms) there are lots of deaths.
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    ... and then we find one who, after many diseases...

    ... and then we find one who, after many diseases have been controlled, argue inoculations aren't safe because she fears them.

    You can wrap any context you want around a 'decision' and it will...
  18. Thanks for the refresh. Old brains love this...

    Thanks for the refresh. Old brains love this kind of help.

    Took me back to frosh physics at UW (Seattle) in '60 where I and about 200 others attended biweekly lectures and learned such as Field...
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    I'm all for declaring Derec something different....

    I'm all for declaring Derec something different. Rather than double standard'sent', how about another 'sent'.

    I kind of like absent. That way we can vacate his presence by just ignoring him.
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    We understand. However you live in a democracy....

    We understand. However you live in a democracy. you are in the minority, man up.
  21. Is that really a question where being or not...

    Is that really a question where being or not being an animal is important? The universe is a process of self destruction.
  22. OK. Fields make sense. How this principle...

    OK. Fields make sense. How this principle results in/from particles (quanta) isn't clear to me.
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    You can't claim that there is conscious or...

    You can't claim that there is conscious or experience until you've established they are material IAC natural law.
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    Brain activity is both episodic and continuous,...

    Brain activity is both episodic and continuous, depending on what is processing and through whichever modality it occurs. Yeah, pretty inclusive and meaningless unless there is some context.
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    bell toll

    bell toll
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