When you think, are you thinking with your whole body?
I've long thought we need more than our brain to think and that our body adjusts to optimize what resources are available. Feeling disbelief is understood when you haven't looked under the hood. yo.
"Later, a colleague at Sheffield University became aware of a young man with a larger than normal head. He was referred to Lorber even though it had not caused him any difficulty. Although the boy had an IQ of 126 and had a first class honours degree in mathematics, he had 'virtually no brain'. A noninvasive measurement of radio density known as CAT scan showed the boy's skull was lined with a thin layer of brain cells to a millimeter in thickness. The rest of his skull was filled with cerebrospinal fluid. The young man continues a normal life with the exception of his knowledge that he has no brain."
Do you feel the Internet is free?
I have mixed feelings about the internet being free. Those feelings for the internet range from wonder to disbelief to equanimity and are all tied to whether or not the internet will remain an open space -not free. Because it certainly isn't free -except maybe in libraries; but that's just shifting the cost though.
"That is a good question, but it's slightly confused. The Internet isn't free when you use free in the sense of 'zero-cost.' However, the Internet is free in the sense of 'freedom.' When I have paid to connect to the Internet and you have paid to connect to the Internet, the rule is that you and I can communicate. You don't have to make a special arrangement with my Internet service provider."