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Which Hypothesis Would Be Incorrect?

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Posted by Marco Biagini on April 30, 2004 15:12:43 UTC

Dear J,
you have written:
"My conclusion is that your hypothesis is incorrect and your logic is faulty."

I do not understand what is this incorrect hypothesis.

My argument is based on the fact that Quantum Electrodynamics gives a consistent explanation of chemical and biological processes, but it provides no explanations of the existence of consciousness. Do you think that is this correct or incorrect?

Marco Biagini

Ph.D. in Solid State Physics

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