From: M T (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 01 2006 - 05:03:45 MDT
>> With a proper link, such as an electrode mesh or similar direct contact with
>> the brain, which is transmitted to another human brain, such that each 'human'
>> grows and develops with the link constantly in existence, do you think it is
>> possible that only one mind would exist, or do you think that human brains are
>> so designed that even with such a link, there would be two minds?
>Definitely not SL4, but consider following.
>Our brains consist of neurons, which form up modules which communicate
>with each other. The outcome, to us, seems like one mind, mostly because
>the communication bandwidth between the modules is high enough to rapidly
>transfer information and to create a common interpretation of things.
>Now consider upping the communication bandwidth with your fellow human
>being from what it is currently, keep upping and upping, until you reach
>the same bandwidth and delay properties you have within one brain. What do
>you think will happen?
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