Monthly Archives: July 2013

Nature of Consciousness

The Nature of Consciousness Hi Deb Joseph Levine’s definition of the “hard problem” appears simply false to me. He misses several key issues, and makes pronouncements about understanding that he has no authority for. I accept it is his opinion, … Continue reading

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Relocating

Through the Cheese Curtain If you were relocating, what favored place would you say good-bye to? I relocated 15 years ago, from Waitakaruru (where I had lived for 34 years) to Kaikoura. I have no intention of relocating from Kaikoura, … Continue reading

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Relationship with computer

Question of the Day~ July 24, 2013 What is the relationship you have with your computer ? My computer is very much an extension of who I am. It is my memory for things coming up. It is where I … Continue reading

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Decisions with no “I”

how do you make your decisions w/no “I”? I agree that the effect is there – I use it constantly. I disagree about the source. To me, it seems clear beyond any reasonable doubt that it can all be explained … Continue reading

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What’s missing in modern society

Question of the Day~ July 22, 2013 ~ SOCIETY OMISSIONS Reflect on what’s missing in modern society? There is a lot in what Jeff says, that it is all a matter of perspective. Modern life is so complex, that it … Continue reading

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Free Lunch

Question of the Day July 20, 2013 ~ Free Lunch Is there such a thing as a “free lunch”? Things can certainly be free of monetary cost, and nothing is free of consequence. Very few people seem to clear on … Continue reading

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Privacy

Clever Hacks Give Google Glass Many Unintended Powers The idea of privacy is an illusion. Ordinary people have never had privacy – we are always subject to observation. It is those who hold real power who are most terrified of … Continue reading

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