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Dismissah
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12/22/2013 5:12:37 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
Is our memory along with conscience stored in the 5th Dimension?

What is real and what isn't?
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RoyLatham
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12/22/2013 7:13:33 PM
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This subject is called the problem of subjective consciousness. A lot is known about the mechanism of the brain, such as how memories are stored in the brain and retrieved, and what parts of the brain perform what functions in thought. But as to what makes a being subjectively conscious -- no one knows.

Steven Pinker, a scientist who studies and writes about human brain functions, has speculated that the problem of subjective consciousness may never be solved.
NiqashMotawadi3
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12/24/2013 7:13:32 AM
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At 12/22/2013 5:12:37 PM, Dismissah wrote:
Is our memory along with conscience stored in the 5th Dimension?

What is real and what isn't?

What do you mean when you say "5th dimension?"
Dismissah
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12/24/2013 3:51:58 PM
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At 12/24/2013 7:13:32 AM, NiqashMotawadi3 wrote:
At 12/22/2013 5:12:37 PM, Dismissah wrote:
Is our memory along with conscience stored in the 5th Dimension?

What is real and what isn't?

What do you mean when you say "5th dimension?"

There is a theory of there being 10/11/12 dimensions. I think it makes sense and it even pops up in religion as the 'spirit realm'. Check out this video: - it will probably do a better job that me in explaining
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Dismissah
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12/24/2013 3:52:33 PM
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At 12/22/2013 7:13:33 PM, RoyLatham wrote:
This subject is called the problem of subjective consciousness. A lot is known about the mechanism of the brain, such as how memories are stored in the brain and retrieved, and what parts of the brain perform what functions in thought. But as to what makes a being subjectively conscious -- no one knows.

Steven Pinker, a scientist who studies and writes about human brain functions, has speculated that the problem of subjective consciousness may never be solved.

Thanks, I'll check this stuff out :)
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