> Dylan Durst said: "... conciousness exists only at our level. I know its
> here, but I'm not going to even BEGIN to doubt that it does not exist on
> other scales."
> of time, it seems probable that there may well be other forms of
> conciousness out there. But given the lack of evidence to date, we can't
> simply assume that it is there. We have to take the least hypothesis
> that it is not. Anything else would be irrational. We might as well say
> that there are gods or fairies or invisible pink unicorns. Of course,
> the "real" Universe is explorable, and hopefully we will eventually do
I guess i miscommunicated my use of 'doubt.' I do not claim it exists, but i do not believe it is impossible. Maybe it was bad diction. Thanks.