posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 07:18 PM
reply to post by UKWO1Phot
This is pretty much my understanding as well. The human brain is just atoms the same as a silicon chip. There's no inherent magic to the brain. So
what's the difference? Density. It's the density of connections, the density of data in such a small space.
It's been postulated that all species have a morphogenetic field. A consciousness field that is of a specific frequency that the different individual
nodes can tap into. Humans would have such a field too but they have been taught to not use it.
From my own study and observation I think there is an "over-field" as it were, where all species specific fields reside. And it's the interaction
between this dense ball of data and this "over-field" that ultimately accounts for consciousness in the physical plane.
The density of data has about the same effect as gravity has on space. The denser an object the more gravity it has and thus the more things are drawn
At a certain point this depression of dense data within the "over-field" causes what we would call individual consciousness because more and more of
the "over-field" is being drawn in. It's actually the "over-field" becoming conscious at that localized node.
When you start to have multiple nodes of the same type, for instance if we started to create many AIs, then the "gravity" of each node would
ultimately connect over the distance between them. This is when the species specific morphogenetic field is created. As there are more nodes of the
same frequency it becomes easier for each subsequent node to tap into the field. This would account for the hundredth monkey effect.
This is like the effect with matter within space. We have dense pockets that become suns. And these suns form pockets that become galaxies. And the
galaxies become clusters and so forth. It's a bit different obviously but it's a good way to visualize what happens with consciousness.
PS. Of course, this isn't even going into the "soul" which is outside the physical fields. This is just how that higher level interaction plays out
at a lower vibration.
[edit on 24-1-2009 by Infinite Paradox]