posted on Apr, 24 2009 @ 12:55 AM
Just coming into this thread.
The topic caught my attention and I was hoping it would go in a direction that I have given some thought to.
It has been proposed that the human mind is an interface or receiver of multiple levels of reality, be they things we term parallel dimensions, the
quantum universe, and so on.
A way of conveying this might be - think of your physical brain as a a home computer. It can be taken apart, modified, software can be added, etc.
But what is seen on the screen is a transmission of information and imagery from elsewhere, not only in space, but time.
Like an organic machine, the brain is composed of cell tissue with blood circulation and nutrients supplied. But it too is a receiver of sensory
input, internal messages from other parts of itself, compressed information and experience form other sources, etc.
Animals, as far as we know, function primarily with an interface of the physical world. But humans are capable of also incorporating more abstract
data and I like to think also tune into less tangible and less sensory accessible realities.
We are organic computers essentially.
I throw this out not knowing if it touches on what the OP, Symmetric, is trying to say.
May I offer a friendly bit of advice if you're reading this. You may be clear on what you want to say, but the conveyance makes it extremely
difficult for most people to read easily and understand. No one wants to go through a translation process unnecessarily particularly with heady
May sound trivial, but rereading and revising what you type, putting it through a Word program so that punctuation, caps, spelling, and so on are
fixed up, can do wonders towards making your thoughts more easily comprehended.
Thanks for listening.
[edit on 24-4-2009 by mmiichael]