more can't turn the brain into a computational process! Firstly, I apologize for being so against the computational idea, but my idea about the little man in the head looking up ideas in a library in the head ad infinitum kept nagging at me and suggesting to me there was something there. It seems to me that any effort to control a brain is like the little man in the head looking up facts in the heads library books, and then of course, there is a little guy in the little guy's head. No matter how much you reduce these little guys say to infinitesemel size, the fact is the little guy in the head is like a designer which goes straight back to my arguement that there are not little mechanical equations at every infinitesemel point of the universe guiding how other things around it are to behave; it is a bit like topology where no matter how hard you try, if there is a whole, you can't get rid of it without some major surgury operations. But, what about no little guy in the head? Seems to me that even if the brain was a computational process without a little man in the head, the brain is a process much like a tornado; you can't box up the tornado and expect it to exist anymore; where's the boundary of the tornado? Pretty soon, you find the tornado has no boundary; it gets connected to the whole universe. In other words, this is no computational process that you can just box up, standardize, and replace it with all new superconducting nanowiring to make it go billions of times faster thought and so on and so forth.