Mathematical Model Of Consciousness Proves Human Experience Cannot Be Modelled On A Computer
The Physics arXiv Blog

The most complete mathematical model of consciousness is found in the theory Topological Geometrodynamics (TGD) of Finnish physicist Matti Pitkanen.

Two critical components of the TGD model are p-adic mathematics and reconfigured spacetime.

In Digital Mind Math — the TGD model for cognition and the mind — the real world is most effectively understood as embedded and embedding objects proceeding along a configuration space of all possible paths until reduction to a single path when observation or measurement triggers a quantum jump.

The organization of the embeddings is most naturally tracked not by real mathematics but by p-adic mathematics, the mathematics of enclosure.

P-adic mathematics is the natural mathematics of thinking, memory, imagination, and intention.

Our biological systems demonstrate both real and p-adic properties that permit mind-body integration.

You may read more about Digital Mind Math at

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