Author Archives: Perspicacious

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

This building, except for my apt, is completely kipple-ized. Kipple is useless objects, like junk mail or match folders after you use the last match or gum wrappers or yesterday’s homeopape. When nobody’s around, kipple reproduces itself. For instance, if … Continue reading

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Lawless Universe – Joe Rosen (2010)

Science and the Hunt for Reality Ch 1 – Objective or Subjective That Is the Question We live in an objective real world, and we gain objective (actually intersubjective) knowledge of it thru our physical senses and by means of … Continue reading

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Emergent Design & Morphogenesis

Emergent Consciousness by way of bottom up lower-level systemic level interactions seen from the eyes of a horticulturalist cellular differentiation – how does cell know, “what type of cells should I turn into?” location of variation in turgor pressure such … Continue reading

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Emergence Epiphany

Who else studies BioComplexity out there!?? PLANT-STRESS PHYSIOLOGY >>> why do plant leaves curl & droop during drought stress? Physical Determinism loss of H2O / turgor pressure w.in cell wall / vacuole [ due to : matric potential – dessication … Continue reading

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NPR 13.7 – STUART KAUFFMAN Reinventing the Sacred (Cabell Q175.32.C65 K38 2008) Edge Stuart Kauffman Reinventing the Sacred Salon religious naturalism secular humanist

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The Ethical Brain – M. S. Gazzaniga (2005)

Start: Fri, Feb 05 Gazzaniga Dartmouth Dana Press Bioethicists: philosophers theologians public policy on morality how the brain enables the mind how beliefs are formed & deepened Neuroethics OLD: field of philosophy right/wrongs – treatment / enhancement of human brain … Continue reading

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