After reading (most) of Chalmers "a conscious mind" book I was left with quite a good argument for experiences failing to logically supervene on the physical, no matter what the level of analysis (biochemical, functional etc). For example Mary the neuroscientist, Nagel's Bat. However it seems now as I talk about my experiences that there is some causal link between my experiences and my typing. I am rather unconvinced by any epiphenomenal view that says i would sit here and type this if my body was "dark" on the inside, any further unconviced by the proposition that Chalmer's zombie would have authored the same book. I know interactive dualism is pretty much blasphemy in todays world of cognitive neuroscience but given 1) experiences are something above and beyond the physical, and 2) experiences effect the physical, how is 3)interactive dualism is true, not a reasonable conclusion.