Human consciousness requires both a physical brain and this non-physical substance. (Though this nonphysical substance is traditionally called a “soul” — a term that carries heavy theological implications — a soul is not at all the only kind of thing that such a nonphysical substance could be.)
You do think, tech giants have created mess in your life? The more we try to clarify it, more it affects.
The author of this article tried to live without tech giants & written that experience here.
I think we all need break! but the problem is there are alternatives for products and services offered by the tech giants, but they are harder to find and to use.
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Memories have their voice and can speak not only in mind but in reality.
There had to be a reevaluation of death and sorrow.
Read about Kuyda. What she'd found after Mazurenko’s death. The powerful tools for coping with loss.
These results can be seen in some of today’s most innovative products. The speech recognition behind Amazon’s Alexa or Apple’s Siri, or the image recognition that powers Google Photos, owe their abilities to this so-called deep learning.
The hermit Christopher Knight, who drove to a forest in Maine in 1986 and didn’t emerge for 27 years, claims he never get bored once – though by his own admission, for the majority of his time there he was occupied with doing absolutely nothing.
"Only boring people get bored.”
This 24min article reminded so many theories. Fascinating read!
Because philosophy provides methods leading to novel perspectives and critical thinking. Philosophers have tools and skills that physics needs, but do not belong to the physicists training: conceptual analysis, attention to ambiguity, the accuracy of expression, the ability to detect gaps in standard arguments, to devise radically new perspectives, to spot conceptual weak points, and to seek out alternative conceptual explanations
It is sometimes said that scientists do not do anything unless they first get permission from philosophy.
I think we physicists need to discuss with philosophers because I think we need help in making sense of all this.
Daniel Kahneman’s book Thinking, Fast and Slow is a play on his idea that you have two types of thinking: System 1, which is fast and instinctual (cat locking its limbs out) and System 2, which is slow and deliberate (cat relaxing and pushing its limbs horizontally).
So much need to think slowly, wait for more data, and come up with a plan that isn’t a forced reaction to a single piece of news.
Hindus considered breath and spirit the same thing and described elaborate practices that were meant to balance breathing and preserve both physical and mental health. Then there were the Buddhists, who used breathing not only to lengthen their lives but to reach higher planes of consciousness.