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What is the biocentric universe theory ?



TheoryInk takes a look at the concepts behind the idea of a biocentric universe.

   

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Comment icon #29 Posted by Rlyeh on 8 December, 2019, 18:00
String theory is a mathematical theory not a scientific one. What evidence would falsify it?  Anything could be explained as part of the simulation.  That's confirmation bias.   Can Campbell create a conscious mind if it's so simple? Quantum phenomena occurs without observers, how is that saving power?
Comment icon #30 Posted by Rlyeh on 8 December, 2019, 18:03
No, decoherence isn't observer centric.
Comment icon #31 Posted by sci-nerd on 8 December, 2019, 19:04
This discussion has derailed. You're not making much sense. Let's do each other a favor, and quit it.
Comment icon #32 Posted by Golden Duck on 9 December, 2019, 4:45
Furthermore, doesn't it make "we" unnecessary?  There only needs to be "me"; everything else is just input.
Comment icon #33 Posted by Rlyeh on 9 December, 2019, 7:00
Even "me" is a simulation, every brain function.  
Comment icon #34 Posted by joc on 9 December, 2019, 12:50
Kind of.  I am a simulation of my own consciousness.  Everything we experience must be experienced as a memory.  The light hits your retina...by the time your brain actually accepts the light and is affected by it and translates that you the rest of the senses...i.e...recognizes the light... ...by the time that happens... it isn't actually happening anymore...it is already past tense.  Perhaps by only a billionth of a nano second...but time is a measurement and if measurements are to be believed then...we experience nothing in absolute real time.  It's always past tense.  So, I think, in that ... [More]
Comment icon #35 Posted by Rlyeh on 9 December, 2019, 12:53
I mean in this "simulation theory" your consciousness is part of the simulation.  No part of you exists independently of it.
Comment icon #36 Posted by joc on 9 December, 2019, 13:07
I still have my head wrapped around...beginnings.  Consciousness must have a beginning.  And so...the beginning of Consciousness had to have a physical stimulus...therefore...physical created consciousness.  It's fun to think about from what people may or may not be experiencing in a coma...to...there seems to be no end to the universe... But still....the beginnings...the origin of things....   still stuck there in my simulation...
Comment icon #37 Posted by third_eye on 9 December, 2019, 13:58
Let Master Oogway explain...  [00.02:14] ~
Comment icon #38 Posted by Golden Duck on 9 December, 2019, 23:21
It's more like 500 milliseconds.  Reflex and reaction-time by-pass the cognitive.


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