Hans-Christian Eick

Rostock, Germany

About Hans-Christian

Bio

Had the happiest childhood in the Rhineland, Germany. Graduated, enrolled in a Physics, BA, stopped after two semesters and am currently waitering.

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English, German

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what you would like to hear my opinion on!^^

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Hans-Christian Eick
Posted over 1 year ago
Do we have an opinion about everything? If not, should we?
At the moment I am convinced, that opinion is part of the way the brain processes incoming information from your senses. And like seemingly always it is a gradual process. When you learn a information for the first time, this information becomes your opinion(a very fragile, wavering opinion), in time you gather more information concerning that topic (confirming your opinion) and you start to sort by what fits your existing believes (forming a world of opinions inside your head) or by what seems to make more sense judging from past experiences (to mention instinct). Hence to me an opinion is already there, you don't have to willingly decide to have an opinion on a topic, because also not choosing one side(to remain without opinion) is an opinion on that matter. In the end as I already stated on one of those 91 other comments I do not believe in ultimate truth, thus building my life and the way I think on opinions I am very fond of believing, knowing all the time that they are as true as they are false. I would looove to visit Japan in my future!
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Hans-Christian Eick
Posted over 1 year ago
Do we have an opinion about everything? If not, should we?
No, I do not know how to tie my shoes without a doubt neither do I know mathemathics will always work under any circumstances and neither do you! Because in maybe two thousand, maybe 50Billion years you will learn that mathematics only work in four Dimensions or I DON'T KNOW! ^^ On another hand a mathemacian from some while ago might have made a mistake which has been adopted to the mathematic laws, because noone found it, because it occurs only under very special conditions, so it never happened yet, so math is as wrong as it is right for all I know. All the more important it is that you form your opinions on matter as precautionous as possible.
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Hans-Christian Eick
Posted over 1 year ago
Will mind-reading eventually become a reality and what are the implications for humanity?
I would be disappointed very much, if someday what you described would not be possible(because we either ceased to exist or it simply isn't possible). I find it easy to believe to retrieve the information of the electric signals within the brain and hence retrieve the neural pattern leading to concrete information as it is already kinda possible with Magnetic Resonance Tomography. So when it has become easily managable there will as well be technology to block it off, mimicking the development of every weapon and armour technology. It would be useful for law enforcement, because you can extract the honest truth out of everyone like more efficient lie detectors as it is possible with the MRT to sea if creative or remembering parts of the brain are active. It would simplify communication a great deal leading to a overall more understanding development of life. But actually until that has been achieved I think there will be a great deal of major modifications shaking up the system making our predictions without knowledge of these more erroneous.
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Hans-Christian Eick
Posted over 1 year ago
Will mind-reading eventually become a reality and what are the implications for humanity?
I think it might not necessarily be that humans like to act alike, but that everyone just naturally influences each other, just as I influence you right now by repöying in the qay I do. Someone completely different than I would definetly reply differently and hence have you react and become different. Hence the similarity of a group/town/nation ... damn internet is scary right now!^^