Book Creator


by Bander van Ierland

Pages 4 and 5 of 55


Thinking implies consciousness and thereby we “are“.
A computer may be capable to “think “, or rather “count “ but it can’t
be aware of space-time.

Reversely thinking, it is also true that if we did not have consciousness,
we would not be capable of perceiving space–time.

It is important to look at artificial intelligence because it may
learn us more about man‘s mind and it‘s relation to space-time.
The capacity of consciousness implies awareness , thought, emotion,
love, existential sensation , language, culture, experience and development.

One can be aware of the fact that the “classical” space–time thinkers
were not currently up to date with the aspect of artificial intelligence.
Their aim was, so to say, to depict space-time rather than the construction
of the mind itself. If they did, they were only capable of perceiving it as progressive
box, serving their platonic thoughts.
Space–time is thereby not anymore fully the general foundation of thought,
because in a way it is an excepted idea among intelligent people.
Roger Penrose, author of books on physics, ends in one of his books with the question
of the construction of the mind, and mentions the fading
of the “classical” assumption of space–time.
Space–time can more or less be seen as a precondition for life such as gravity
or electromagnetism, without denying these.
Our capacity of thought implies impression, assumption, analysis, hypothesis, prognosis,

memory, creativity and calculation.
For as far as we perceive this as a “system”, we can assume that these activities are
necessarily integrated and interactive while in progress.
Twofold it works as a mechanical and non-mechanical “system”,
because we make thoughts concrete in words or other means, while at
the same time, we produce a concept or an idea, which is in first instance immaterial,
and simultaneously it can be transposed by means of communication.

Current issues in mathematics relate to the connection of mathematics and the brain,
applicable on a space–time based concept.

We receive and store information while we are in progress,
so the stored information is also in progress.
Reception and storage of information is thereby four-dimensional.
Everything observed, analysed and created, only for example science and art,
has been the result of the functioning four-dimensional brain of the individual person,
belonging to mankind.
Each four-dimensional consciousness thereby belongs to the four-dimensional individual.
Hofstädter stated in his book Gödel, Escher and Bach, that information perceived is
stored in symbols.
Also, the stored symbols are processed by two systems when we make a thought concrete.