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Consciousness - 1

Consciousness-1 by Bill Jones:  There is no questioning that some people enter your life at the exact time of need - for your benefit. This has happened to you. It has happened to me. You had a need and it was fulfilled. It appeared to be a casual accident and you thought little of it at the time. But it changed your life. This was caused by Consciousness.  Consciousness is powerful in ways that are difficult to understand. Many words have been used to explain or define Consciousness but a good definition may never be available. My definition of Consciousness would be slanted toward my interest in communications.  Consciousness provides us with a function that “may” provide communication and also problems. The communication is of a complex nature. I think that it is instantaneous. It is faster than the speed of light. I believe that Consciousness is fundamental and that it will have no explanations as in a mathematical expression. While I may call Consciousness a wave function, it ma


Consciousness  2 by Bill Jones Examination of previous thoughts may require some explanation. The article concerning Consciousness was not actually intended to explain Consciousness but some of the qualities were discussed to show its inportance. Consciousness is much more than the ability to know that one knows.   The paper was intended to show a phenomenia that allows us to communicate with God. The note then brings up an important question. That is, when we pray we may only use thought, the question in mind is then – how is it possible for God to hear thought. By what means is this phenominia possible. The answer is because of Consciousness. The means of communication was suggested to be the use of the electron spin.   A single electron of course would not suffice but would require a numher of electrons to provide transmission of thought. A single electron would allow digital data transmission but thought would require more than one electron. Transmission of information is in theory