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

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Tue, 17 Dec 1996 21:01:23 -0700

> From: Dave Pape <>

> I totally agree. Mind arises from the functions of brain.

> >At some point in our development, we may attain the ability to remove our
> >Minds from the restrictions of a biological brain... But thus far, we
> >haven't pulled it off... So... When we're discussing the nessessity of
> >dreaming the difference between the two becomes a moot point.

> I don't think so, because MY mind is so because it's embodied in MY body,
> which exists exactly in MY universe. Any differences in body or universe
> would drag my Mind away from being my Mind.

The mind cannot exist without the brain.
The brain can exist without the mind.