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Posted by Mark on October 19, 2001 18:11:00 UTC

Supports consciousness.

From this I gather that we (all creatures) are all many independant nodes tied to one network mainframe. This mainframe is the universe and we are all one; afterall, we share the same axions.

If a single brain can support a vastly complex neural network and give rise to consciousness as a byproduct... I wonder what many brains connected to one network are capable of. If all life in the universe is connected to axionic matter, then in your view, could there emerge a single all encompassing, all intelligent, all foreseeing, universal consciousness? Would it be possible; if not, then how could you know that this wasn't possible?

That would mean that our brains are all "individual computers", networked into one gigantic mainframe system via the internet (quantum entanglement is the modem). The universe is a vast intelligence, capable of being everywhere at once, and knowing everything at once.

...Sounds like somebody more close to home, that you read about in bible studies.

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