Originally posted by Qi Maker
Originally posted by NorEaster
I am totally with you right up to this point. My terminology is a little different, and I have the gathering "human being" actively involved in
managing the ongoing data entry criteria for the "memory cloud" that the brain uses to further manage its corporeal survival and to develop the
emerging human personality, but essentially, we agree on how this happens. That said, I have to stay with my own view that the internal
(historical) contextual composition of each completed human being (the "etheric body" if you will) prevents it from being able to employ a new
brain for additional input, since authorship is a primordial qualifier when dealing with existential Identity (which is essential to the
existence of whatever it is that exists).
I interpret this as not really differing all that much from the theory I've given, unless I misunderstand you or you me. It is that this 'etheric
consciousness form' we develop crystallizes in a separate trajectory and transfers as a unique identity to the astral plane to assume its own domain,
not to a new physical vessel, all the while a spark of that initial consciousness carries on through the phase state of transitions, inhabiting a new
form to continue the process of fractal specialization ad infinitum until all is reabsorbed into the womb of the Father-Mother whole, or into the
state known as Pralaya (en.wikipedia.org...).
It differs in that my research has suggested (to me, anyway)
that due to the isolating nature of internal (historical)
no spark that is capable of separation from the whole. The fractal nature of holon identity makes that logically impossible. The self-similarity that
allows each contributory holon to be fully associated as integral to the whole, and prevents absorption by any other greater whole, is itself the
limitation that makes such a transfer a complete contradiction, and therefore not possible.
Identity is primordial, and is the basis of physical existence. The human being, in whole and in part, is physically existent, even after its
corporeal body has died and its component bits have dissolved into elements. The inimitable human whole - created by the Homo Sapiens brain (on
this planet, as opposed to whatever brain it is that creates human beings on other planets)
- is what continues to exist when that Homo Sapiens
brain and body has ceased to exist as an isolated physical whole.
The Homo Sapiens corporeal union is based on a matrix of event trajectories, whereas the human being whole is actually an informational continuum. Two
very different causal structures, with one (the event trajectory)
being immediately realized potential and the other (the informational
being the ramification of that realized potential. That said, the human being's informational form is an actual hybrid of event and
information, (this requires a lengthy layout of how the brain works and what happens when it does what it does)
which imbues it with an
internal trajectory capacity, even as it remains inert as a composite whole (being the informational continuum that it is)
everything else that shares the same reality confine with it. This makes contextual shedding or acquiring impossible once the brain itself dies, but
allows the human being to be physically dynamic and self-animating for as long as an informational continuum lasts, which seems to be forever, since
information has no physical half-life that's ever been determined or even suggested.
There's a lot that goes into explaining the physics involved, but the bottom line is that our two views concerning the "spark" that you suggested are
not compatible. That said, I appreciate your notion of the corporeal brain being the "generator" of the human being. That I agree with.
edit on 6/22/2012 by NorEaster because: (no reason given)