Memetic/Ontological correspondence?

Aaron Agassi (
Thu, 1 Jul 1999 19:29:32 -0400

From: "Aaron Agassi" <>
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Subject: Memetic/Ontological correspondence?
Date: Thu, 1 Jul 1999 19:29:32 -0400

It appears that the logical capacity of the human brain evolved for
survival, thus perhaps coming into some sort correspondence with objective
reality. But the new territory of Quantum Mechanics is often confusing to
our ingrained Euclidean Logic.

The question, then:
Might there be regions and pathways of the brain better suited to relate to
such Chimera as Quantum Mechanics, than left brained either or pathways?
Specifically, can human ambivalence find correspondence to Quantum
Mechanics? I doubt it. Because, Heisenberg Uncertainty is probabilistic,
while human ambivalence is agenda driven.

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