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I am working on a science project, and the aim of my project is to draw a step by step plan to create multi consciousness in a human being.First of all, let me get clear with the terms. By consciousness, I am referring to the inner talks that our brain does, and by multi consciousness, I am referring to different ways our brain could talk. The average human (and a majority of the population) possess only an auditory consciousness, that is, that a major part of the population talks with words and sounds in their head. My project's aim is to draw a step by step plan to build other forms of consciousness, that is, visual consciousness (expression of desires and needs through pictures), olfactory consciousness (expressing of desires and needs through smells), etc.Any suggestion about how I could do it? Any problem with the feasibility of the project?
I don't think any of you guys think and analyse things in terms of pictures. I mean, how could you analyse how a certain graph in terms of pictures? What you all do is that you use the auditory consciousness.
Quote from: siochi on 21/01/2011 18:06:23 I don't think any of you guys think and analyse things in terms of pictures. I mean, how could you analyse how a certain graph in terms of pictures? What you all do is that you use the auditory consciousness. Others have dismissed this mistake on your part. I am involved in the drilling industry and when analysing problems have to consider a mutiplicity of variables that may affect the progress of the drill bit. I do this without words, other than passages that link one suite of 'pictures' and 'conceptual explorations' to another. Phrases like 'and then I suppose that would come into play'. That is then represented, not by words, but by a mix of 'pictures' and a 'feel' for what is occuring.For example, if I suspect the drill bits progress is being inhibited by water sensitive clays I have a brief flash of a schematic of a montmorillonite clay structure, with bipolar water molecules invading the interlayer space, morphing to a generic image of drilling mud, then the clay plastering the cutting surfaces of the bit. That sequence would take less than a second and might be followed by a chaotic, apparently random interval in which I let my subconscious choose the most probable degree of impact of this 'plastering'. That would take maybe another second. Then another series of link words before I proceed with the rest of the thought.The active thinking is without words and I'm pretty sure some of it is entirely subconscious. Once I have reached a conclusion I shall convert that conclusion to words in order to communicate it, but that's all.
Consciousness is more of like an operating system. If we compare the human brain to a computer, then consciousness is something that runs it.
The basic language on which all our mind's activities and thinking is performed is an auditory language(consciousness).