Ask A Genius 314 – Constructivist and Essentialist Consciousness (8)

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Ask A Genius 314 – Constructivist and Essentialist Consciousness (8)

October 8, 2017

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Rick Rosner: But it’s in terms of how much of that happens per thought it’s going to be much less than in an essentialist universe because the constructivist universe can handle more than one thought with its current structure, which means that perhaps the time scale for thoughts versus the apparent age of the universe. you can cram in a bunch of thoughts within the apparent age of the universe just based on different parts of the universe lighting up so the time scale of thought if the universe is thinking is knocked down from say forty billion years per thought to I don’t know, four billion years per thought you know, a billion years. I don’t know it’s knocked way down because you can I don’t know a hundred million years because the existing structure can ninety-nine percent handle changes of thought because it’s what parts of it are lighting up in an existing flexible and changing structure rather than the whole structure having to be replaced.

Maybe, you can cram in a bunch of thoughts within the apparent age of the universe just based on different parts of the universe lighting up so the time scale of thought if the universe is thinking is knocked down from say forty billion years per thought to I don’t know, four billion years per thought you know, a billion years. I don’t know it’s knocked way down because you can I don’t know a hundred million years because the existing structure can ninety-nine percent handle changes of thought because it’s what parts of it are lighting up in an existing flexible and changing structure rather than the whole structure has to be replaced.

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Authors[1]

Rick Rosner

American Television Writer

RickRosner@Hotmail.Com

Rick Rosner

Scott Douglas Jacobsen

Editor-in-Chief, In-Sight Publishing

Scott.D.Jacobsen@Gmail.Com

In-Sight Publishing

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