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Harvey Newstrom <email@example.com> On Wednesday, June 23, 1999 Wrote:
>The first brain can talk whenever it wants to.
In other words, the first brain can never talk when it doesn't want to.
>The second can only talk when programmed by an external force to do so.
In other words, the second brain can talk whenever it wants to.
>The first brain is not predictable, we don't no what it will do.
The first brain can not predict its own actions, that's why it thinks it has free will, but unless random processes are involved there is no reason in theory an outside observer couldn't predict its actions.
John K Clark firstname.lastname@example.org
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