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Posted by Tim on March 21, 2003 02:14:28 UTC

i can imagine would have evolved life to the point where the cosmological phenomenon that exist could be taken of advantage of so that we could enjoy consciousness. it would be an interesting research field to study the various species with respect to the idea of the evolution of consciousness and how that might relate to cosmological phenomenon such as the axion superfluid field.

heh, heh yes it would seem that the heads (brains) of sentient beings would be "wafting" through the axion field rather than vice a versa.

i made a short visit to Father Jerome's website.
he starts off by categorizing axions according to spin and other properties. i suppose axions of different properties could either form numerous BECs of differing spin states ect or at least a BEC that had complexity with in it with respect to spin ect. that view would seem to offer the ability for more qubits to be taken advantage of for the thinking process.

the idea of consciousness working by a holographic principle is interesting. perhaps (and i know this is far out) the reference beam might be the probablility density wave of what we "observe". that being filtered holographically so that we are conscious of the most probably "truth" that our method of examination can afford us.


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