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Re: <nettime> Galloway: 10 Theses on the Digital
Jonathan Marshall on Thu, 26 Apr 2012 03:16:13 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Galloway: 10 Theses on the Digital

Morlock writes:

>If you want to dispute that information in the brain is stored in discrete
>form (in some "continuous" analogue format, like "that chick has a bit
>nicer ass than the other chick, but I can always put a third ass between
>them), then you'll have to come up with a better alternative to quantum
>mechanics, and perhaps few new elements between aluminum and silicon.

Just like its impossible to find a place between London and Paris because of QM and the periodic table?

The point here is that, as far as i know, we don't know how the brain stores any particular peice of information at this moment. If we have more than models, for example an archeology of stored bits of someones 'information' in their brain, then I'd be interested.


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