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I don't know. I think it also may be a case of 'indeterminacy'. As if there was a infinite amount of 'information' resting behind yout consciousness. Not the same as having two 'simultaneous' thoughts though, but 'dipping inside indeterminacy' might allow you to lift forward a 'original' that you somehow sought after, it's my experience anyway.
What one has to understand there is that the principle should be the same as with a quantum computer. The question has to be stringent and clear. that means that the more you know, the better those answers will become. Fuzzy questions will give fuzzy answers, sort of
I doubt it is possible to manipulate each hand independently on different thought process. Manipulating your hands to do one thing and your mouth to do another is a recognized ability of most people.. we can walk and chew gum at the same time.
But doesn't it only apply to people whose brains have been cut into two halves.My brain is still in one piece, so I don't see any relevance.
After the right and left brain are separated, each hemisphere will have its own separate perception, concepts, and impulses to act. Having two "brains" in one body
And BC, that you can do two things, doesn't state that they are done 'simultaneously'. Two conscious chains of thoughts at the same time is a overkill. A computer can do a lot of stuff that to us seem as 'simultaneous' but the output is still serial.