Saturday, October 11, 2008

Questions And Answers On The Transmission Theory Of Mind And Brain

1) Do you have an explanation for the process of the detachment and reattachment of a non-physical mind to a body?

2) What is a non-physical mind composed of?

3) Where are all the non-attached minds right now?

4) What powers it when it is not attached to a body?

5) What is it transmitting to brain? If thoughts, how are the thoughts generated and how do the thoughts travel to the brain?

6) What keeps a mind individually cohesive (not dissipating into whatever medium it dwells within) when not in a body?

7) Why are minds proposed to be unaffected by entropy?

8) Have the number of minds increased, as the number of brains have over the centuries?

What i think powers the soul is a medium of some kind.

As far as the question with have the numbers of minds increased. I would say yes slightly but reincarnation halts the process.

They travel to the brain like how a tv works, only the brain is a complex tv.

The non-attached minds are in other realities.

That is the thing We don't know if the soul continues forever. It may not it really depends. What perserves you is the process of other lifes on this planet. Past lives.

3 comments:

Zetetic_chick said...

Very good summary of the problems of the transmission theory:

1) Do you have an explanation for the process of the detachment and reattachment of a non-physical mind to a body?

No... yet :-)

2)What is a non-physical mind composed of?

I don't know, but I assume that (if it exists) it's composed of intention, reason and emotion. It doesn't have physical parts, only mental atributes

Where are all the non-attached minds right now?

In a other spiritual realms.

What powers it when it is not attached to a body?

I suppose it depends on the level of evolution of each mind. I guess one of those powers is non-locality and the feeling of other mind' thoughts (telepathy).

Why are minds proposed to be unaffected by entropy?

Because they aren't physical systems.

Those are some my guesses about your questions, but they're only speculative. Maybe all those responses are incorrect.

My current position is that materialism have been proved incorrect by afterlife evidence. Regarding other related questions, I can't say anything yet.

Invisible Pills said...

I will have to admit, I do not know a whole lot about the T Theory other than an essay I ready by Grosso, but I will my best to provide my opinionated answers to these questions

1) Do you have an explanation for the process of the detachment and reattachment of a non-physical mind to a body?

I think it depends on when the detachment takes place, I would need clarification on this question, but it could simply be intrinsically linked via some sort of electromagnetic field and depending on those fluxations could either "eject" or "absorb" that conscious field that is tied to the specific electromagnetic pattern that perhaps operates similar to a frequency/antenna format.

2)What is a non-physical mind composed of?

It could simply be physical but just a different form of physical, perhaps small that sub atomic quantum particles, perhaps an organized frequency of some sort

Where are all the non-attached minds right now?

Perhaps in another universe? Perhaps there are quantum gravitational effects that pull these minds away from this universe, perhaps this transition annhilates their memory in which whatever existence they have in the new universe is perceived as their first experience and any perception of a past experience simply persisted through this quantum pull, or perhaps there is a God and they are within a spiritual realm or a different dimension of this universe.

What powers it when it is not attached to a body?

Quantum energy? Perhaps it is autonomous in it's non local reality when it is ejected from its local reality, perhaps it is the purest form of energy

Why are minds proposed to be unaffected by entropy?

Simple answer is that it is not a closed system. Entropy really only effects closed systems that have no means to sustain itself, but we should not presume the laws of thermaldynamics have no bearing on a non physical mind, there could very well be an end date on a non local mind.

If I misunderstood the question I am sorry, T-Theory is relatively new for me.

Invisible Pills said...

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