Deities cannot exist because of their consciousness

r norman rsn_ at _comcast.net
Tue Nov 25 17:51:33 EST 2003


On Tue, 25 Nov 2003 21:44:51 GMT, "Dio" <dadaismo at tin.it> wrote:

>
>r norman
>>1.  Consciousness may be produced by "brain".  That does not mean that
>>it could not be produced by something else.
>
>
>Would you mind to explain us what you mean when you say:  consciousness
>could be produced by "something else".
>
>What do you mean when you say "something else"?
>
>I'm talking about brain, CNS and so on, you are talking about "something
>else".
>
>Could you explain us what is that "something else" please?
>
>bye bye
>

Since you have absolutely no idea what "consciousness" is and you also
have absolutely no idea how "brain" produces it, your statement that
"consciousness is produced by brain" is just as meaningless as mine
that says it might be produced by other things.  In fact, mine  is
logically correct, given the weasel words I included.  Yours is
absolute and has absolutely no evidence to support it.

Please, no more questions for me.  I am done, here.





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