posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 11:52 AM
reply to post by Xtraeme
that is some very impressive work!
the statistical and fuzzy models will not go far enough in emulating future/goal directed behaviors, which is where the isomorphism of orientation to
selection falls short. you have apparently already identified this problem.
without getting too much further in over my head (because much of your technical jargon is above my biologist pay-grade), it looks to me like there is
too much "entropy" programmed into your computations. I have recently been giving serious consideration to the idea of syntropy. although it is
controversial to suggest such things in the "real world", I think your work in cybernetics is the ideal testing bed.
so then, to bring it all home, the mobius strip of consciousness is formed from the unification of mutually exclusive contradictions (such as entropy
and syntropy). it is oriented
to the data, meaning that it finds itself in a poly-directional but single-sided domain. it does not
from the data, which implies a single-directional but poly-sided decision making process.
this is why it may be useful to think of consciousness (and truth) as a topology, rather than a geometry.
the billiard ball model doesn't work.
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