Decision space, waking consciousness and digital reality

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Decision space, waking consciousness and digital reality

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Uncle Fred is a digital avatar. A permanent digital avatar named Cleese is a subset of an IUOC named Kumara. Kumara can manifest as a conscious sentient being in a "waking (an awake) consciousness" getting a digital data stream.- A particle and an actor. It is a digital character playing a digital experiential sense data stream. It knows it is a digital character. It can be consciousness "getting" data streams- A wave and an observer. It can be both.

Cleese has Kumara's brain. It too is a conscious sentient being in a "waking (an awake) consciousness" getting a digital data stream-A particle and an actor. It does not know it is a digital character. It can create a FWAU to "get" a PMR data stream. The FWAU gets the PMR data stream and plays the digital character named Uncle Fred in a experiential sense data stream. It becomes the human Uncle Fred a conscious digital avatar in a waking (an awake) consciousness- an actor. It does not know it is a digital character.
Like most people, Uncle Fred's waking consciousness is probably not very intuitive, but there's another part of his consciousness that is very much so,
Dead Uncle Fred doesn't have a waking consciousness or an intuitive consciousness. Uncle Fred doesn't have a consciousness at all. The character that was known as Uncle Fred is data stored in the Actualized Past Database - nothing more.
According to the models, immediately after death, during transition, and for sometime thereafter Uncle Fred is a conscious personality in a waking (awake) consciousness.

MBT From Book 2, Section 3, Chap 45

Humans similarly exercise free will within their own decision-space. The size and complexity of that decision space (for a species or an individual) depends on the capacity and quality (entropy) of the consciousness that supports it.

In case you are wondering, the capacity of the human consciousness is immense, .....That's right: Beings with a higher quality of consciousness function in a larger decision space with a larger range of free will choices — they live in a larger, up-scale reality. The reality in which their awareness functions is a super-set of the reality experienced by a consciousness with higher entropy.

Premise: While in an "OBE" state intheclouds went to his girlfriends house and kissed her on the forehead. She felt it and gave him a call to tell him about it.
Sainbury wrote: Sainbury: The kiss was data inserted into the data stream of the girlfriend. And she was free to react to that data or not.
The kiss was the result of an action initiated by an IUOC exploring a digital experiential PMR sense data stream; likewise data inserted into a data stream.
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Uncle Fred is a digital avatar. A permanent digital avatar named Cleese is a subset of an IUOC named Kumara. Kumara can manifest as a conscious sentient being in a "waking (an awake) consciousness" getting a digital data stream.- A particle and an actor. It is a digital character playing a digital experiential sense data stream. It knows it is a digital character. It can be consciousness "getting" data streams- A wave and an observer. It can be both.

Cleese has Kumara's brain. It too is a conscious sentient being in a "waking (an awake) consciousness" getting a digital data stream-A particle and an actor. It does not know it is a digital character. It can create a FWAU to "get" a PMR data stream. The FWAU gets the PMR data stream and plays the digital character named Uncle Fred in a experiential sense data stream. It becomes the human Uncle Fred a conscious digital avatar in a waking (an awake) consciousness- an actor. It does not know it is a digital character.
This description was very confusing to me as you named an IOUC. From what I can understand Kumara is the IOUC and Cleese is the FWAU. If so, how does Cleese have Kumara's brain?

I take your meaning that the FWAU as Uncle Fred may retain some awareness of its character shortly after death. But even then it is a very dim awareness as the PMR data stream has been discontinued.
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sainbury wrote:This description was very confusing to me as you named an IOUC. From what I can understand Kumara is the IOUC and Cleese is the FWAU. If so, how does Cleese have Kumara's brain?
Cleese is what Ted defined as the permanent avatar. You will find the cite here: How do we think digitally?.....
I take your meaning that the FWAU as Uncle Fred may retain some awareness of its character shortly after death. But even then it is a very dim awareness as the PMR data stream has been discontinued.
Yes, the evidence to include OBEs supports it. The awareness is initially the same as it was in PMR. He realizes he is alive in NPMR ; a experiential sense data stream. He then begins to transition to the actualized past data base and into a memory as consciousness and free will uploads to Cleese. It is a transition from thinking he is Uncle Fred to realizing he is Cleese having completed a PMR incarnation.
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