Re: Emulation vs. Simulation

From: Robert J. Bradbury (
Date: Tue Mar 27 2001 - 21:02:02 MST

On Tue, 27 Mar 2001, Lee Corbin wrote:

> For the same reason, I disagree with the contention that
> quite a few people are unconscious during most of their
> waking day. I don't think that consciousness is so easy
> to pin down, and almost wish that I could join J. R.
> Molloy and believe it to be as useless to discuss as
> phlogiston.

Well, we've got the "acid" stupidity test! :-)
I've defined what precisely IMO are the elements of
consciousness in another post. I do agree that
you will get a continuum as you develop the elements
I mention and extend them to various higher levels.

I also agree that the discussion at this point is losing
much of its appeal.


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