Consciousness, New Thinking About
tonyjeffs2 at REMOVEaol.com
Tue Jun 18 17:25:59 EST 2002
"JGC9" <jgcasey at hotkey.net.au> wrote in message
news:3d0ee281_1 at news.iprimus.com.au...
> I like the idea of being part of a Universal mind but I am not sure
> exactly what that means.
The idea of a Universal Mind appears at first glance to simplify things by
downscaling from 'numerous individual consciousnesses' to 'one single
But the "two pcs on the same server" analogy that I described earlier shows
it can mean "Two
totally independent consciousnesses connected to the same central device"
Which means it doesn't simplify things at all, but simply adds a new
It makes no difference whether myself and my buddy share central server
software or not. Our pcs are independent of each other.
The concept of a Central Hub, or a Universal Mind or a "Universal
consciousness in which we all have a share" doesn't add anything.
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