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Please Explain "absolutely Dynamic Systems"

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Posted by Alan on November 30, 2003 00:18:37 UTC

I wondered what you mean by this? (sounded like you had a theory on this from the link you gave to another forum).

I am aware that a neural network may seem to be just a pattern-recognition architecture.

However, a living neural network (whose connections are subject to possible re-consideration) is different.

Such a network is "transparent". This would seem to indicate life and consciousness are one... Is an "absolutely dynamic system" a living system?

What is "quantum consciousness"?

Looking under I searched "Myth of quantum consciousness" and found an essay by a University of Hawaii physics professor (I had come across the essay before).

I think he could be questionable claiming the universe doesn't care about us (if that is his claim). The universe modelled by physics is pure compassion (as a model of physics laws where counting is optional and every voice has a hearing seems to be accurate). Also I have eyewitness experience of reality seen by myself as a newborn baby; my twin and I knew what each other was thinking; spiritual reality I have witnessed directly.

The way words are defined by superpositions of categories seems may be sufficient to account for so-called quantum computation.

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