Category Archives: Human Evolution

The Unsolved Puzzle

This is short review of the The Unsolved Puzzle by Jonathan Kerr. After more than a 100 years of quantum mechanics, there remains a debate of how to interpret it. Nobody disagrees that the mathematics describing experimental behavior are correct, … Continue reading

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Hard[ly a] Problem

As I browse about the web, I constantly run into the infamous “hard” problem of consciousness of Chalmers in one form or another. Sometimes the problem comes from an unexpected source – people who are materialists who actually think they … Continue reading

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Evolution, Learning, and Uncertainty

A question that has puzzled me is the one of the evolutionary reasons for consciousness. I’m speaking loosely here. Evolution doesn’t really have reasons. Changes happen in organisms because the changes in the long run bestow some advantage (or at … Continue reading

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