1. Introduction

A quick review of the self-Awareness Channel Model version 1.0

1. Introduction I don’t know if there are many people like me who have been thinking about who they really are since a long time ago, especially when I was a child. Whenever the waiting to fall asleep at night when the brain began to crazy to think, always so

Basic Principles:

Through the consciousness channel formed by human experience and memory, and through continuous superposition or increase to become self-judged consciousness subject, this basic assumption can be used to prove the uniqueness of human beings, based on all the different experiences brought by the external behaviour and feedback. It also supports the process of human consciousness formation and the correlation of changes in thinking patterns.

Through the practical verification of the self-consciousness model, I gradually realize that there is still a limit for human beings to explore the objective world as the subject of consciousness after the formation of subject consciousness from objective things. After continuous accumulation and iteration through self-awareness channels, it forms its own cognitive boundaries and creates cognitive possibilities within these boundaries through cognitive combinations or stimuli in different fields. Therefore, with the increase in the length of the consciousness channel formed by the experience, it provides a greater possibility for its own cognitive boundaries. Here I try to combine these factors with the subjective consciousness model to build a hypothetical theoretical structure.

2. Frameworks of hypothesis

(1): Human consciousness model and basic objective exploration principles

Combined with the self-awareness model theory of the previous version, individuals will continuously stack and extend their memories through the passage of time dimension, and the length of the self-awareness channel increases in direct proportion to time.

(Original consciousness process model v2.0 -1)

Here I would like to add the absolute differences in the channels of self-awareness among different individuals:

It is hypothesized that the cognitive barrier brought by individual sensory loss, different degrees of sensory perception, or sensory deficiency can bring about individual different consciousness cognition. The growth and life experiences of different individuals also shape different levels of cognition. Another way to think about it is that, theoretically, if two people are born with exactly the same experiences and feelings, then they might have the same consciousness and personality, and even become exactly the same person. But the theory of probability on the uncertainty of the nature and human society almost does not occur, it even one more than another person a conversation with a stranger, heard of it, thank you for a more or is one of them had been blown by the wind felt the cold, saw something slightly different Angle. All these trivial behaviours are the elements of differentiation between people. These subtle elements will form people's different thinking and reaction, and eventually become independent consciousness. Therefore, theoretically, there is no such thing as an identical human being, unless there are two people who are perfectly stacked in space and time and have exactly the same experiences and judgments before the consciousness channel is formed, and that person can only be you.

Accessible boundaries (invisible barriers): The limitation of human cognition

The extent of this limitation depends to some extent on the limits that human consciousness can physically reach, combining the basic principles of basic logic and objective materialism. From the perspective of a group, their lifestyle and living state are the embodiment of the collective cognition of the group. Or the physical and technological limitations of human exploration in the universe, which bring about cognitive barriers to the specific macro universe. From the perspective of individuals, human beings can perceive and form the limits of memory through their senses, and there are different kinds of standards and dimensions to constitute the scope of this limit, such as the lack of human senses, cognitive limitations caused by objective physics, or technical bottlenecks faced by all human beings. All of these objective elements together make up the diameter of the touchable boundary. Therefore, from the perspective of the objective existence of human beings, at present, human beings cannot ignore the limits of accessible boundaries brought by different dimensions, just like the pressure that the human body can bear as a body and the ability to move in space. There is no way that humans can explore the unknown universe in light years in a limited time. All these examples confirm the existence of cognitive boundaries faced by human individuals and macroscopic populations.

Self-judgment points:

As the combination point of self-consciousness channel and touchable boundary, it means the extreme value of subjective consciousness decision that each individual consciousness can make, and it determines the self-judgment and thinking ability of each human individual, as well as the possibility of imagination.

(2): The model of self-consciousness explores the objective world

(Original consciousness process model v2.0 -2)

Based on the benchmarks and principles of the first part, this structural prototype representing self-consciousness in the exploration of the objective world is established. The coordinate axes are established as time dimension (X) and unknown degree (Y), and there are two positive correlation values in the time dimension: the length of the self-consciousness channel and the length of knowledge cognition. As mentioned above, the length of an individual's consciousness channel depends on the external experience of the individual to form memory fragments and extend the length of the consciousness channel, and its width also depends on the value of the objective attainable boundary. Therefore, the length of individual knowledge cognition depends on the length of individual self-consciousness channel, and imagination and creativity are formed through the decomposition and combination of different known segments. Therefore, the length of knowledge cognition is often larger than the length of the self-consciousness channel, and the relationship is directly proportional to each other. In the figure, the objective exploration models of three different self-consciousness channel lengths (with the same attainable boundary) under this theory are shown.

(3): The verification of the exploration model by the extreme values

[Self-awareness model channel length: 0]

Extreme simulation from the length of the consciousness channel. Suppose that when the length of the consciousness channel is zero, because there is no independent self-consciousness ontology, there is no knowledge cognition and infinite unknown range. Therefore, individuals do not have any self-judgment ability or even thinking ability before they have independent consciousness, and this initial value is also controversial from the perspective of human beings. When human beings have independence or enough to generate consciousness, this channel of self-consciousness will no longer be zero. It may exist or when a person is only as a cell divides the process of it has already started, because from the moment of consciousness formation ability of any dimension stimulus or feelings will become a part of the channel in consciousness experience and memory fragments, perhaps at the moment were born babies have independent consciousness and the memory of his known through to make the survival of instinctual responses.

(Original consciousness process model v2.0 -3)

[Self-awareness model channel length: a certain value]

With the diversity of human receptors and the possibility of more experiences in the dimension of time, the channel of individual self-consciousness is constantly iterating and growing. According to the model of human consciousness and the principle of objective exploration, we hypothesize that when individuals have a certain length of self-consciousness channel, experience and exploration will lead to the objective unknown degree and narrow the scope of this process. The cognitive length of knowledge also has a certain length of accumulation, which means that human individuals can theoretically give their own consciousness channel memory content to make more diversified combinations and more thinking possibilities. But there is an interesting phenomenon is when individuals' self-consciousness channel with a certain length, the ego of the accumulation of channel length and the narrowing of the unknown area is affected by the limit can touch at the border, which means that when human beings have a certain degree of experience face can touch of boundary and the effect of which led to new things and memories gradually difficult to produce, Moreover, the objective limitation of time dimension brought by the reason of human life span also prevents the possibility of the growth of self-consciousness channels. Combined with the objective cognitive boundaries that cannot be ignored, the analogy combination of self-consciousness channels of different individuals can vaguely define the unknown scope of objective exploration of human beings.

(Original consciousness process model v2.0 -4)

(4): Invisible barriers: Human cognitive boundaries and the unknown area

Based on the principles of self-consciousness channel and objective human exploration theory, all subjective consciousness-based reactions, judgments, thinking, imagination, etc. of human beings depend on the content of their own consciousness channel and are generated through self-judgment points. As shown in the diagram, when the human individual has a certain degree of self-awareness, he/she can make subjective consciousness feedback (red line). This also explains the value and limits of individual human creativity and imagination. The subjective consciousness feedback, which is shorter than the length of individual knowledge perception, can be defined as the individual's reaction and judgment, as in the case of normal communication and survival behaviours.

(Original consciousness process model v2.0 -5)

And it is easy to see that both individuals and the common human population, to which the theory applies, have an inaccessible range in their subjective consciousness responses, because it does not exist in each individual consciousness channel and cannot be generated through creativity, so humans cannot experience its existence or perceive its content. As a species with the ability to constantly explore the unknown, human beings are constantly approaching the range of this area and want to discover it, and the exploration of the unknown has also become the current meaning and the goal of the macro human species.

(Original consciousness process model v2.0 -6)

3. Conclusion

Perhaps in some future opportunity, the extreme post-humanist society can break through the barriers of the human consciousness channel in the time dimension, and make a great breakthrough in the boundaries of human cognition influenced by technology or sensory factors and etc, then human exploration of the unknown will be able to go further.

But perhaps the existence of the unknown is the meaning,

which gives humans the desire and motivation to explore,

creating meaning for individuals in the process of exploring the unknown

- The meaning of life.

When the boundaries of perception no longer exist,

even if I cannot imagine that there is no longer an unknown in human society,

then all objective existence can be measured and quantified,

and then all subjective consciousness can be measured and quantified.

Then all that remains in life is the Known and the Repetitive,

so will human beings remain human?

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