Frans Kellner

Hilversum, Netherlands

About Frans

An idea worth spreading

All you receive is what you are giving with love.

I'm passionate about

Nature in every aspect.

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Frans Kellner
Posted 5 days ago
David Chalmers: How do you explain consciousness?
You've a vivid imagination and indeed nothing is impossible. The life of a pretty lady can be very difficult so to be safe stay as you are. To see what experiments are done look at the video in this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdNOU-lsc_o Another one on the subject is this one: http://www.gizmag.com/brain-capable-of-redefining-peoples-selves/17951/ To understand my view on consciousness takes a different stand from the common view of it. First you have to realise what it is, to be. To Be or not to Be is the essential question for being-ness is one. All in existence that we know of is one being we sometimes call the Universe. Life and in particular your life is a special way of being were being is experienced through a sensory system attached to it all. In that action we become aware of what are focussed upon and calculate a virtual divide between self and not self. On a deeper level and without the usual attachment to our senses we can at the same time experience that pretty lady down the street through her senses but it would become very confusing. The human mind made order from chaos by dividing and cataloguing me from you and time from space as past from future to get a rational view, to build a world in which we can navigate. Logic has made life easy but it keeps us from seeing.
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Frans Kellner
Posted 9 days ago
David Chalmers: How do you explain consciousness?
To my view you're exactly right. The brain does store actions and fine tunes coordination between limbs and senses. In fact it has grown so big to allow for our ability to use our fingers, hands and voice to produce all kinds of sound and form unlike any other animal. Everything you learn by hard practicing is stored in the central nerve system until you can do it perfect and without effort. Our sense however of an individual being-ness that perceives, wants and executes isn't localised in the body and as experiments have shown already can it identify with another body or anything else for that matter as it comes along in the same way that if you can drive a car you can drive any car.
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Frans Kellner
Posted 15 days ago
David Chalmers: How do you explain consciousness?
Who says there's any data in the brain. There are and have been people with hardly any brain at all that live(d) like any other person. Scientists found that whatever piece of brain one removes from a rat it still can remember what it once had learned. The main purpose for a brain is to control and coordinate the body and its organs. To see, to feel, to smell, etc. is action as is our reaction. This builds what we are conscious of but the observer itself you will not find inside the brain alone, it is the totality of the observed and the observer modulated by the specific properties of any participating brain.
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Frans Kellner
Posted 2 months ago
Can we upload our consciousness to a computer?
Have you ever really thought about consciousness? It is only that small bit of information you hold on any one moment. It isn't worth storing in any way, what besides already has been done by memory so any past moment can be reconstructed the moment you live and in a way relive. All that memory doesn't reside in your body apart from some meaning your body derived from it to shape a living. Information from dreams and events that had no value for future behavior radiates into a field we share with all life on earth. Consciousness is like a mirror that reflects a stream of images, sounds, taste and more that originate from what we think of as outside as well as from the inside which in fact contains all. Existence is inclusive, nothing is outside this being we are.
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Frans Kellner
Posted 6 months ago
Mind exists outside of physical world - will you agree?
All organisms living are derived from one kind of cell. Nothing really has changed since apart from more organization and complex relations. The cell membrane interacts between inside needs versus outside opportunities. It is the interface of action that defines a living being while the mind writes its story by internalization of the outside world. To be is the quality of matter as in fact matter is energy meaning the potential for change to create and experience the story of life. The universe is broadcasted by consciousness while our body is on the receiving end.