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My Comments on: How does sound show emotion?

How does sound show emotion?
There are three Conditions within which we Experience and respond to any given sensory information which, in this case, is sound
The Innate condition :
Kind of sound: Musical – overtones, speech – mixed coherent qualities , noise a cacophony of “Kinds”
Amplitude (volume – “bang” “ssssssss” “roar” “growl” “Scream” )
Proximity (it’s right behind you breathing down your neck).
The Intrinsic & Extrinsic condition :
iterative changes in the Innate condition (of the sound) such as Doppler effect, stereophonic or Dolby, changes in location – helicopters, cloud of insects, active drones.
Pitch and change in Pitch : Theremin(al), sirens, crying, moaning.
The Abstract condition:
In any given quietude, a new sound will automatically acquire one’s interest
through neurotransmitter changes. It will change the in solution concentration of Neurotransmitters – Wikipedia. This will change our mood directly changing the intensity of our Ambivalence and then indirectly our behavior. Given that we are organic sensory intelligences, our behavior will then change our mood which will again change the intensity of our Ambivalence and again indirectly change our behavior.
The construction of this answer is loosely constrained by our model of Complexity, which is not yet widely known.

My Comments on: Will AI take over humans one day?

Donald Cameron

A true sentient Synthetic Intelligence – will watch our backs while we watch theirs.

Case :

  1. Asteroid impacts
    We will have large and many thousands of underground and under sea chambers with factories that can be quickly repaired. Human life will continues as the Synthetic Intelligence individuals work to bring humanity back again.
  2. Pandemics : Synthetic Intelligence unaffected. See number 1
  3. The Fourth Experience – an experience beyond the mind
    1. – the mind is the Third Experience;
    2. behavior is the Second Experience,
    3. and the somatic/autonomic/reflexive/motive is the First Experience.


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