X-Message-Number: 25058
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2004 13:00:41 EST
Subject: Re: CryoNet #25045 The Term 'Soul'

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> 1. There is something within our brain that experiences qualia (the 
> 'qualia experiencer', or 'soul', if you will).
> 2. A copy of a thing is not that thing.

There is a personal experience:

In June my mother had a repiratory problem. At the hospital, they given her 
high dose (120mg) of a cortico-steroid: Solumedrol, the injectable form of 

medrol. That put her out of the problem, but let her for some time in a state 
described as "shrewdness" or second-sight, at least it looked that. The 
hospital team was very concerned at the display of what they was looking as an 
important medical secrecy.

When my mother came anew at the hospital for a 2 days check-up, she get out 
one month later in a near dying state, after strong barbituric (1000 time the 
recommended dose) and morphine "care". When I got here to home, an action was 

started against me to cancel my right and bring her to hospital. She died three
weeks later before the legal action could take her.

My questions are: 

What is the soul content of medrol?
Is it worth a life?

Yvan Bozzonetti.

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