|The Sandorian Grove: Meme-Trashing Party: Cause and Effect...Part II|
6 comments12 Jul 2003 @ 01:12 by vaxen : qubit:
"Quantum computation occurs in cytoskeletal microtubules within the brains' neurons and links cognition with proto-conscious experience and Platonic values embedded in spacetime geometry."---Hameroff
The 'Hard Question?' ;)
"The mathematical wrapping of the microtubules' protein structure seems to map the fibonacci series."---Hentoff
(Hameroff and Penrose are, basically, the first to view 'microtubules' as quantum computers. 'Orch OR'--Orchestrated Objective Reduction.)
The 'qubit' is at once 0 and 1! The 'bit' is one or zero! ;)
The Global consciousness project...
12 Jul 2003 @ 09:21 by mx @184.108.40.206 : kewl stuff, vaxen!
I already blurbed out another round of Cause and Effect ramblings (# III, hehe), before I saw your comment, vaxen...
I was looking for something like that for a long time(as a measurement tool for our own efforts).
kewl, kewl, kewl
25 Jul 2003 @ 07:35 by Ed @220.127.116.11 : that definition of prakriti
Max, please note that the definition on page v in the preface was written by Nandalal Sinha almost 90 years ago... 2600 years AFTER the gunas data was first written down by Kapila shortly after the written alphabet was introduced to India around 700 BCE.
There is just no way I will accept Sinha's definition; he's just too late on the scene. We both know how philosophies and religions degenerate over time. The idea that Sinha has it correct is absurd. My take on Samkhya is that it suffers from the same loss of understandings and distortions / alterations of technique which plagues Buddhism.
Yes I have the book. I have the book because I borrowed your copy for a while and saw that it contained the original (we hope, heh heh) sanskrit in devangari alphabet, the sanskrit in roman alphabet, and then translation into english of the sanskrit words. Then a commentary.
To hell with the commentary. Sinha is high; he's on drugs, so to speak. He hasn't a fucking clue. (Case in point: he copies everyone else's mistakes on the words akasha and dukkha) No one in India after maybe 200 AD should be paid any attention whatsoever when they refer to the old texts. They all misdefine the crucial words so badly it's horrifying.
The important thing is that Kapila's original words are preserved, and translated in that book into Roman letters which I can understand. And can retranslate using good dictionaries. That's why I have the book. Screw reading Sinha; read Kapila.
Affectionately if slightly acidly,
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