From: Wade T. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri 28 Feb 2003 - 12:45:18 GMT
On Thursday, February 27, 2003, at 09:23 PM, memetics-digest wrote:
> I have intense memories of looking into the Grand Canyon. No doubt the
> impressions I formed are different in both gross and molecular detail
> anyone else who ever looked at the Canyon.
Yes, you have different information about this Canyon. And yet, with
similar skill sets, you could draw a picture of it that would be highly
similar to the one drawn by someone else, with their different
Of course the 'impressions' formed are different. There is no thing
that is a copy of any information in individual brains.
How can you hold the 'identical information' theory so highly when you
yourself have shown us its disproof?
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