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Alex Caledin

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  1. - that's all quite simple. The Consciousness - the Fundamental Process of awareness - is interested in introducing and delineating some valuable subprocesses. For that purpose, the "physical" (the Everettian multiverse as the mathematical game Tree) Game is played, the physical brain processes organizing but not limiting the new minds.
  2. - hmmm - first and foremost, LIFE IS SHORT - if indeed actually aware of that, one can be either a saint or a hitler - and it's the latter who was developing his own philosophy)
  3. - Body is a "material" data structure, soul is the software instance maintaining it (in the Computer simulating our universe).
  4. - according to Pascal, the best philosophy is made by those who have no time for it)
  5. - quite simple! Creating is obtaining reality from the Abyss of Potentiality. Whatever you obtain, comes to be (as if) with all the proper "natural" backstory (prehistory beginning from nothing).
  6. Nature supports our childish game of assembling/disassembling things - so we are ever so easily jumping to the conclusion that everything is "made of" some elementary particles.
  7. Everything - including our very brains - is formed by the universe state collapse; so it's hardly ever possible to know how or when that collapse occurs.
  8. Ha! You guys seem at peace with the evil demonic power and you are trying to discuss Christianity which is the Resistance, essentially. When you fight spiritually you can see how it works.
  9. Alas, although this spacetime reality is no more than the Mind's game, one can hardly participate in any game without obeying the game rules...
  10. Spacetime is analogous to chessboard. Infinite chessboard does not necessarily require infinite game.
  11. Ah yes those high theorists ambitions are ever so powerful over them - but what really matters is the worldview of the people who use QM to understand practical things like chemical and semiconductor behavior - they need Feynman's clearness of describing things in the Feynman Lectures: "this is just how Nature really is" (=Nature is just giving you the actual events).
  12. Life is Nature's favorite game, physics used to organize it. (awwww sorry seems a wrong thread to post it)
  13. Is any thought experiment with observable interference of Schrodinger's Cat(s) ever possible? (Probably, the answer is No, - and then that's why the Cat paradox just shows that we are agnostic about when the collapse occurs.)
  14. - to 1962! Niels Bohr and Feynman said all the real necessary things about QM.
  15. - But look, it was always like that! Before the QM, the classical motion was according to the least action - and no one tried to find out how exactly Nature was finding that least action way to move things - so it was quite satisfactory.
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