Fw: can someone answer my question?

kkollins at pop3.concentric.net kkollins at pop3.concentric.net
Mon Dec 7 00:15:22 EST 1998

kkollins at pop3.concentric.net wrote:

> RonBlue wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: James Howard <jmhoward at sprynet.com>
> > >>>>>cut>>>>
> > >"Consciousness occurs when evolution requires one brain system to control
> > >another.
> > >>>>>>>>>>>cut>>>>>>
> > Jack Sarfatti has calculated that only 1% of the neurons in the human brain are
> > required for a conscious thought when quantum entanglement occurs.
> This is, Verifiably, B. S. 100% of the nervous system is involved in 100% of all
> neural-activation "states"... if it were not so, "quiescent" neural "activation"
> would interfere with convergence, and, to the degree of such, "convergence" would
> have observable "holes" in it... which is what =all= lesion studies Verify.
> > Since only 1% is required it likely that all animals are conscious and occurs
> > as a natural consequence of physics and biology.  The mirotublin are used
> > to transport neurotransmitters and nutrients and would occur in most
> > life forms.
> >
> > Darwin wins again but this time with a simple answer.
> I mean no offfense (just the opposite), but Darwin wasn't even close. ken collins

Even though it seems he didn't Realize such, William Thompson (Lord Kelvin) was
very-much-closer to getting things right than was Darwin... and, similarly, without
Realization, so was Nicolas Carnot. ken collins

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