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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 30, 2003 00:14:02 UTC

So let me explain it to you. In my view, as well as many other physicists, consciousness is a charge, a new charge to physics, but one that has always existed. This charge acts the opposite of electric charge in that like charges attract and unlike charges repel.

So consciousness in this model is not subjective at all. It is completely objective. We just are unable to detect this charge because we are unable to detect dark matter. Yet we know that it is there. Read either of the links for more detail.

By the way, it follows that a sufficiently complex artificial computer can have consciousness on the same basis.

On this basis Bohm had it backwards. It's not the electron that has consciousness, but the pilot wave medium, which contains the implicate order if such a thing exists. This consciousness can guide electrons as well as detect them.

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