>>7767881 If we're all Turing machines, then none of us are Turing machines. Turing machinea are designed to fool a human into thinking the machine is human. A Turing machine is not designed to fool other Turing machines.
The base rules that any computer follows are very very simple. Even a small child could follow them, and thus even small children are "turing machines." A human can do anything a computer can do, just much more slowly, in general.
We are not JUST turing machines. We are more than that.
>>7768346 Yes. You can mentally do a huffman encoding.
The only limitation of the human mind from being a full Turing Machine is the memory, and this can easily be circumvented by using pen and paper or other devices. Fuck you could even work out some encoding system with rocks or something, just some way to externally store memory.
>>7768111 trips >>7768346 I sure hope people on /sci/ aren't actually reacting seriously to shitposters. I sure hope that this board is just a clusterfuck of shitposters and funposters responding to one another and not people actually getting emotional and responding to shitposters. /sci/ is literally shitpost heaven
>>7767881 To prove you wrong would be a instruction to follow on my behalf. Which is certainly not required. To say that the human mind is solely limited to following recorded instruction lays heavily on the implication that the past and future are actualities in the sensation of reality.
Imagine a painting for example, the viewer knows only of it's composition by inference, there was never an artist to draw it. One assumes that there is a historical basis for it's origination, but does not considers that the painting is merely an object that is now an item that exists in the entirety of his inspection of reality. The artist is merely the vehicle of the observer's imagination to explain the existence of a piece of art, that had merely been moved virtually, unseen to it's final form of recognition.
My claim is that the mind facilitates the perception of "time"; the stimulation of discrete regions of the brain to conserve a continuity for experience. In an effort to make tangible a viewing of the world chronologically.
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