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> The mind-body problem
post Oct 16, 2012, 08:29 PM
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My interpretation of the mind-body "problem":

We know the brain is physical; it is composed of neurons. The mind, however, is immaterial; thoughts are intangible. The universe is similarly dualistic: for instance, light is both a wave and a particle simultaneously. Spacetime is governed by two sets of laws: large physical interactions by the Standard Model, and tiny atomic interactions by Quantum Field Theory. Likewise, the brain is both a quantum and a physical computer. Is this not mind/body duality? A dimension of mind and a dimension of matter; immaterial thoughts and physical neurons. Each half necessary for the other's existence. This is universal duality.

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