TIDBIT: AND THAT PESKY CONSCIOUSNESS-BRAIN RELATIONSHIP

TIDBIT: AND THAT PESKY CONSCIOUSNESS-BRAIN RELATIONSHIP

And while you're pondering the relationship between brain processing power and consciousness, consider this article from Lancet, which seems to challenge the whole materialist basis of the premise:

Brain of a white-collar worker

6 thoughts on “TIDBIT: AND THAT PESKY CONSCIOUSNESS-BRAIN RELATIONSHIP”

  1. Robert Barricklow

    Runs with the Holographic Universe theory.
    Of course, there is more to it than meets the eye.
    Perhaps we are only rippling the surfaces of very, very deep waters

  2. I was recently reading an article about a man missing ~75% or more of his brain, yet he functioned normally. Such a man would seem to validate Dr. Farrell’s hypothesis concerning the non locality of consciousness in some respects. If I can locate the article, I will post the link.

  3. This man I think would be classified as a moron or a gama from Brave New World. The perfect servant-slave-worker our worst fears confirmed about our oligarchs views of dream laborers.

  4. I always knew it. I’ve come across other civil servants in the past who were able to function seemingly normally yet without any evidence of a brain at all. And some of them in very senior positions mind you.

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