Re: virus: conscious/subconscious (form. level 0)

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Mon, 16 Dec 1996 19:21:21 -0700

> From:

> > I don't have an opinion about whether dreaming is required for brains to
> > function or not. BUT I think that the ideas and memories that you experience
> > when dreaming can be thought of as memes interacting unfettered by most of
> > the evidence that our senses usually provide.
> The procedure works like this:
> 0) Disable the sensory input.
> 1) Fire totally random data into the system.
> "...and then a miracle occurs...": the short-term memory is cleaned up!
> "I think you should be more explicit in step 2.": Not yet. This is
> science, *not* math.
> Both the electronic neural network computer and most [if not all]
> mammalian brains have provisions for the above.

Dreaming is not something that is random and that is the
mistake that both of you are making. I will post more on this