I think branching is real. But I’m a hard physicalist I think. Even if it’s happening within the brain matter, it’s still happening for real as my brain matter is real. That kind of thing. I wish I was smart enough to understand this kind of stuiff like this with counterfactuals and things. I understand it in my own way but not in their way.

I think branching is real. But I’m a hard physicalist I think. Even if it’s happening within the brain matter, it’s still happening for real as my brain matter is real.
That kind of thing.
I wish I was smart enough to understand this kind of stuiff like this with counterfactuals and things. I understand it in my own way but not in their way.
 I think it becomes mode locked with the observer. That is, it’s probably still all wavy but neither us nor any equipment we device will be able to notice it once locked in the first time. They match up their oscillations and, well, that’s that. Or maybe they really do lock oscillations and stay that way, I dunno.
 Finding missing pieces  Combining equivalence relations with the next grouping: “cellular communication” ended up with one good paper, which I followed citations for, to end up with this nice paper that’s right up my alley
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I’m still heavily in a keyword mindset and have everything set with that in mind at the moment. but I know I’ll be ready to move to full sentences at some point. I was tempted to just use a Markov text generator but perhaps something a little more modern is better.
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