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Posted by Alan on January 21, 2002 07:23:23 UTC

In his book : "The Emperor's New Mind" he gives explanation as to his view of the non-verbal nature of thought.

Of course everyone has experiences of knowing a whole lot of stuff at once, much faster than the slow process of translating it all into verbiage.

Babies barely conscious? Barely "artificially condscious" perhaps. Barely "brain-washed conscious" to borrow your reference to the 'brainwashing' of infants by adult society.

Babies are actually much MORE conscious than adults. Adults even talk of having an "unconscious" without realising that they ARE unconscious- partly. Newborns do not have that split.

Babies have higher-dimension consciousness. As a newborn I was faced with dealing with adults who did not see me (in higher dimension); who did not communicate the natural higher-dimension (telepathic) way; who appeared out of touch with (higher-dimension) reality; who were apparantly not tuning in to higher-dimension consciousness.

Newborns are much more conscious than adults.

Other abilities? Probably can include teleportation (I apparantly refrained from doing it as a newborn- how could I refrain from it unless I could do it?).

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