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 A model of perception and apperception\\ ​ A model of perception and apperception\\ ​
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 This model is not considered at the quantum level. This model is not considered at the quantum level.
 | Showing where **no** time exists. | Showing where there **is** time and space | | Showing where **no** time exists. | Showing where there **is** time and space |
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 <fc red>​t<​sub>​0</​sub></​fc>​ = An event or object in space and time.  This object or event is there, it happens. ​ In this example, a tree.\\ <fc red>​t<​sub>​0</​sub></​fc>​ = An event or object in space and time.  This object or event is there, it happens. ​ In this example, a tree.\\
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 <fc red>​t<​sub>​4</​sub></​fc>​ = <fc red>​t<​sub>​3</​sub></​fc>​ is the point at which the tree as an engram exists in the brain. ​ It would be reasonable to assume <fc red>​t<​sub>​4</​sub></​fc>​ is equal to <fc red>​t<​sub>​3</​sub></​fc>​ were it not for the fact that consciousness of the tree is different to the engram of the tree in the brain. ​ Moreover as I mention later, the object may already exist in consciousness without having been seen and placed as an engram into the brain. ​ In this example it is a tree but it could be anything. \\ That said there is another objection to <fc red>​t<​sub>​3</​sub></​fc>​ and <fc red>​t<​sub>​4</​sub></​fc>​ being separate times: <fc red>​t<​sub>​4</​sub></​fc>​ exists where there is no time.  The coming to consciousness of the tree object occurs in a non-time place, the place of psyche and consciousness. ​ This raises questions about the limitations of the psyche to bring objects to consciousness. ​ I do not know those questions and I think it has something to do with the border between psyche and matter. ​ Perhaps <fc red>​t<​sub>​4</​sub></​fc>​ is not a time marker but the event of the tree coming into consciousness.  ​ <fc red>​t<​sub>​4</​sub></​fc>​ = <fc red>​t<​sub>​3</​sub></​fc>​ is the point at which the tree as an engram exists in the brain. ​ It would be reasonable to assume <fc red>​t<​sub>​4</​sub></​fc>​ is equal to <fc red>​t<​sub>​3</​sub></​fc>​ were it not for the fact that consciousness of the tree is different to the engram of the tree in the brain. ​ Moreover as I mention later, the object may already exist in consciousness without having been seen and placed as an engram into the brain. ​ In this example it is a tree but it could be anything. \\ That said there is another objection to <fc red>​t<​sub>​3</​sub></​fc>​ and <fc red>​t<​sub>​4</​sub></​fc>​ being separate times: <fc red>​t<​sub>​4</​sub></​fc>​ exists where there is no time.  The coming to consciousness of the tree object occurs in a non-time place, the place of psyche and consciousness. ​ This raises questions about the limitations of the psyche to bring objects to consciousness. ​ I do not know those questions and I think it has something to do with the border between psyche and matter. ​ Perhaps <fc red>​t<​sub>​4</​sub></​fc>​ is not a time marker but the event of the tree coming into consciousness.  ​
    
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 **Questions**:​\\ ​ **Questions**:​\\ ​