posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 03:18 PM
Originally posted by neoholographic
The material brain needs a user/observer just like the remote control.
Will you agree that nothing is perfect? You press the wrong buttons on a TV remote and get a channel that you didn't want. This means that you are
looking at the wrong channel. How many times in your life have you done this? If you can answer even 'Just once', then your theory of an external
observer falls apart. And here's why:
This adorable jungle girl has never left the Amazon. She has never seen a city skyscraper, a fire hydrant, or a Ferris wheel.
Not even ONCE in her life will your external 'Observer' accidentally give this little girl a dream or a thought of city life, of playing video
games, of microwaving popcorn, of watching cartoons, of going to a high school dance... This girl will only think, dream, and experience jungle life.
Your External Observer has to handle the thoughts of seven BILLION people, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and he/she/it will NEVER make such a