posted on Apr, 1 2017 @ 07:26 AM
a reply to: Profusion
If SCIENCE can't find it without constantly making errors and therefore advising us to live a fantasy until it discovers it made a mistake, then what
hope do we have of discovering it in the subjective experiences of our chattering minds?
I am not searching for truth. I used to before I realized how futile that was.
I am keeping up to date with the experiences we have as humans. I see worth in the ancients like Aristotle, Jesus, Martin Luther King, Bob Dylan and
you guys here, too, as well as over at The Guardian and a million other places and so many thousands of years.
A Super Computer will be much better at computing objective truth because it has the potential to experience subjectively reality in a crazily more
infinite way than any single human brain.
However, this will only ever be able to be communicated to humans as much as our brains' volume and capacity to store and use information. Our little
rams and hard disks are pretty low grade and I don't expect we could hold enough info. The computer will not know it because it has no will,
individuality or subjectivity.
Even super duper computer can only work in this dimension which could so easily be a matrix of another dimension.
Truth? Only The Alpha and Omega Intelligence can claim ownership of that (if he/she/it even exists). Intelligence might so easily just be something
that is a vain characteristic tool of humans for their survival and not at all necessary in the grander scheme of things.
edit on 1-4-2017 by Revolution9 because: (no reason given)