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we shouldn't be discovering how the Brain works, we should be inventing how the Brain works
Don't figure out how the Brain works, Invent how it works,
Flannel Jesus wrote:Then why the fuck are you still in this universe?
"Hey, look at me, I'm 19 years old and am pretending to be a tough guy adult."
Flannel Jesus wrote:Typist, posts like yours communicate "oh no, someone cursed". Get your panties straightened out and look at what he and I are saying rationally.
There is no IT. There is no objective reality, there are only subjective events and sensations, each person a point like event happening in a moment and nothing else.
nameta9 wrote:Are the laws of physics invariant for all possible Observers ? If you have Observer1 O1 and Observer2 O2, are the laws of physics the same for both of them such that:
L = f1(O1) = f2(O2)
where L is an invariant form of the Laws of Physics in all possible reference systems according to all possible Observers ( all possible Information Processing Networks in newly designed Brains, all possible Processors), f1 is a particular function relative to the particular design of the particular Observer O1 and f2 is another specific function relative to the specific design of Observer2 O2 such that they transform the expression of all of the invariant repetitive laws discovered in one reference system O1 into the equivalent, but one to one association expression of the corresponding invariant repetitive laws discovered on behalf of Observer2 ?
James S Saint wrote:nameta9 wrote:Are the laws of physics invariant for all possible Observers ? If you have Observer1 O1 and Observer2 O2, are the laws of physics the same for both of them such that:
L = f1(O1) = f2(O2)
where L is an invariant form of the Laws of Physics in all possible reference systems according to all possible Observers ( all possible Information Processing Networks in newly designed Brains, all possible Processors), f1 is a particular function relative to the particular design of the particular Observer O1 and f2 is another specific function relative to the specific design of Observer2 O2 such that they transform the expression of all of the invariant repetitive laws discovered in one reference system O1 into the equivalent, but one to one association expression of the corresponding invariant repetitive laws discovered on behalf of Observer2 ?
Yes.
Else they aren't the "Laws of Physics".
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