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Dark Matter Is Very Poor Candidate In Consciouseness.

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Posted by Alexander on October 19, 2001 19:00:17 UTC

Because it does not interact electromagnitically (no light and no influence on atoms) - onlu gravitationally. So, interaction with brain is only gravitational. But because brain mass is so small and density of dark matter is negligible, gravitational interaction is negligible too. Brain interacts gravitationally with Earth, Moon and Sun way stronger. So, it is safe to assume that much more information from brain is gravitationally transmitted into Earth, Sun, Moon and other planets - and not much is left for dark matter.

I have better idea - because neutrinoes are fermions and coupled with matter MUCH stronger that the dark matter particles, why not to assume that at the moment we die, brain radiates a lot of neutrinos which carry bit by bit all our memories. The beam of neutrinoes circle the universe and because universe is closed, returns back to Earth every 15 billion years, so we reincarnate every 15 billion years or so. On the circle way around the universe the beam passes via filtering system set by God, and this system takes care of bad bits, so when we reincarnate (in form of baby), we only have good bits in our brain. (That explains why babies have so little in their brains).

This idea also explains nicely posiibility for other intelligence to exist - where beam crosses suitable for life planet, a copy of information is left (new baby is born). Therefore, all intelligent life in universe is actually our own copies. I think, some religions noticed that fact long ago.

What do you think?

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