"I'm going to second what The Flying Atheist says, with one huge caveat.
"In Our Time" fails utterly when talking modern(ish) science. History of science - no problem. The cultural significance of "Waiting for…"
This is the third comment you have made which suggests you do not understand the current synthesis that is evolutionary theory. You are investing the individual with an evolutionary effect or…"
"You can ignore wikipedia!
I made ASIG (A Slightly Improved Google) exactly for this reason.
Any of the blue websites (like Wikipedia) can be clicked on, and are put into a list of blocked sites.
... calls it the arrogance of ignorance. Such philistines devalue and discard other people's cognitive production not by learned judgment, they devalue, what they themselves are either too dumb to…"
"Es tut mir leid.
Ich kenne Sie nicht - ausser diese Nactrichten. Sicherlich, dein Englische kenntwisse viel, viel besser ist, als mein Deutsche. Es ist beiendruckend: Ich hade nicht erkannt, Englische nicht dein Muttersprache war.…"
"By my count, you are the third person in this thread to realise Marulaki either has a differently-wired brain, or is a troll maintaining the troll's wilful ignorance.
I gave up when I realised that all his definitions are (by MM's own…"
"Very accurate summary.
There is one small caveat. You and I judging by previous messages differ on how much animals 'think' - you see them more towards an "instinctual robots" end of an intellectual capability spectrum.…"
I'd like to briefly comment
Less difference between animals and humans. Very much so. The difference is language - very much a construct of the enlarged cortex.
Agree to lots of evidence of sub/conscious…"
"Transliminality is a totally new word to me. A quick glance at wikipedia makes me pretty sure its a BS word for a BS concept. The inventor of the word is a woowoo-ist.
My model (again, the disclaimer - it appears to be a reasonable model…"
"I have a model, which we could debate it's accuracy in reflecting reality, but it works in making sense for me.
We have a verbal-reasoning cortex (which is our great advantage, and in some smaller fashion our problem) and we have a…"