Sorry. Maybe I'm just up too late, but I don't see your points at all. I minored in Biology and Psychology in college. I don't see your discussion as being about brains at all. You seem to be using debating tactics and persuasive techniques for argument, but I still haven't seen an actual theory of functionality.
Maybe it is because consciousness is so ill-defined. Some aspects of consciousness, such as memory recall, do seem to require connectivity between neurons and a cause-effect relationship to recall memory. A random pattern of disconnected neurons cannot search for related memories or bring them into the thought process, or trigger the vocal movements needed to speak the thought. I don't see how disjointed patterns with no cause-and-effect can function in any predictable or logical manner.
At the very basic, I don't see how a disjointed pattern of disconnected
neurons can change to the next pattern state without causality. Why would
they not stay the same forever, or switch to random states that do not
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