Posted by Miguel (184.108.40.206) on October 12, 2000 at 10:48:04:
In Reply to: not so, I'm afraid... posted by pinksharkmark on October 12, 2000 at 06:00:49:
Information processing and resulting actions, thought, etc
are most likely chemically based on patterns of thought
developed over years of utilizing certain biological
stimuli pathways. That is why it takes time to learn, i.e.:
walking, talking, etc. Once the patterns are established, the
reaction time is diminished and the responses are
sped up. I see it as a very fast computer, ram memory
(short term memory), hard drive (long term memory storage)
CPU, sound card, video card, etc. Then you put in
the software (learning process) that ties all these
things together, and presto! You have thought...
cause and effect.
By the way, are you in an episode now?
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