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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle Chaol
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How is there perspective without consciousness?
 Quoting: Unit3

* We are not human (we are perspectives)

 Quoting: chaol 183770


Human? Yes :)

 Quoting: Chaol

In truth, Chaol sometimes contradicts himself :)
 Quoting: Marshwiggle

Are you using the above as an example of a supposed contradiction?

"Does your girlfriend know what you are?" is pretty ambiguous.

I don't mind clarifying a contradition, as long as the question is clear.
 Quoting: Chaol

Yes, I saw this as a contradiction. You originally said we are not human and then you said your girlfriend knows you to be human.
I don't know what Queen Jay meant by the question.
 Quoting: Marshwiggle

heh.. I thought the question, "Does your girlfriend know who you are?" was an amusing one.

Yes, I am human.

But I am also not human. As not-human as you are.

It depends on the context, I suppose.

As I've mentioned on the Ecsys website:

Our physical body is a massive collection of both physical and non-physical consciousness. (In a similar manner, our mind operates in both physical and non-physical stages.) Approximately 100 trillion bacterial cells, each with its own individual consciousness and thoughts, inhabit our body. We have 10 times more bacterial cells in our body than human cells. What we refer to as human DNA actually has more than 1,000 times more microbial genes than what we think of as human genes. We are, in reality, not human.

As soon as we are born, bacteria move in. They stake claims in our digestive and respiratory tracts, our teeth, our skin. They establish increasingly complex communities, like a forest that gradually takes over a clearing. By the time were a few years old, these communities have matured, and we carry them with us, more or less, for our entire lives. Our bodies harbor 100 trillion bacterial cells, outnumbering our human cells 10 to one. Its easy to ignore this astonishing fact.

So we call ourselves human when we are not.

The answer depends on how deep the question seems to want to go, I suppose.

Does she know about who I am? And what I did last summer? Yes.

Am I human in my other life? As human as you are now.

But she does not know that I post here.
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