Quantum Mechanics and Consciousness

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Mefiante (September 19, 2009, 01:06:00 AM):
Look who has finally got it... Do you think it is testable?
Yes, you’ll have to excuse us ordinary mortals. We’re just way too slow for the stunningly fleet-minded, breathtakingly xyresic, awesomely perspicacious Mechanist. No, it’s got too many gaping gaps but that’s just what anti-materialists thrive on, isn’t it? Ergo, it must be true, mustn’t it? I mean, who needs a scalpel when you have sledgehammer, right?

'Luthon64
Mefiante (September 19, 2009, 01:40:40 AM):
You argue just like a creationist, you know that? Not the content but the method. It's like intellectual hopscotch. All over the place. Damn annoying.
Pure art.

'Luthon64
Peter Grant (September 19, 2009, 12:16:18 PM):
Please explain what it is that I am misunderstanding. Insulting me by comparing me to a creationist is not very helpful.
rwenzori (September 19, 2009, 13:33:33 PM):
Yes, you’ll have to excuse us ordinary mortals. We’re just way too slow for the stunningly fleet-minded, breathtakingly xyresic, awesomely perspicacious Mechanist.

Actually he's a ******* ***** a bit retarded, but who's counting?

Ergo, it must be true, mustn’t it? I mean, who needs a scalpel when you have sledgehammer, right?

No, it's true because Jesus told him so. Just a pity that Pretzlpakit ( my fave-rave Inca god ) told me it's bollocks.
Peter Grant (September 19, 2009, 16:02:48 PM):
As to creationism, it might be possible to convince me that I created the universe just before I woke up this morning, but, unfortunately, I don't think it's a belief that would spread. :P

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