When the author started to prime our minds to relate consciousness to quantum
mechanics I could not help but be reminded of the book The Time Machine by H.G. Wells. In the
book, a professor postulated that a persons consciousness can move abou
1) a) 0.33< 0.40, therefore C would risk war.
b) 0.33< 0.60, therefore C would risk war.
2) a) 0.63 > 0.40, therefore C would not risk war.
b) 0.63 > 0.60, therefore C would not risk war.
3) a) 0.33 < 0.40, therefore C would risk war.
b) 0.33 <
At the very core of this book lies the quantum enigma; the fact that an object can exist in two
states simultaneously until someone finds it in one state or the other. I could not help but be reminded of
the movie Inception here. In the movie,
1. Introduction: As a solar panel producer, entering the global market may be one of the most
beneficial decisions. As the countries of the world start to impose regulations, laws and
incentives regarding sustainable energy, the marketing of these technol
Graziano talks about clinical neglect and how it is basically a perfect
representation of a person partially losing their sense of awareness. This got me thinking,
what would it be like for a person to fully lose their ability to assign awaren
In the book the Author says, All I know is that I am a wave function collapsing
observer. I really like this statement because it says a lot about what we know for sure when it
comes to the Quantum Physics realm of things, which is ironically
Graziano talks about a state in which his awareness does not have a target and he claims
to be simply aware. This is not unlike the description of the state that Buddhist monks are said
to experience when they meditate. If yo
Again, I find myself at robots. The social theory of consciousness may not completely be
the way that a human is able to assign awareness but what if it could be very useful in
programing an artificial intelligence to act more human? Making th