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Dear Ben,

The coherentizing is the boundary thickness of the

mental parts ?

In this sense the photon tagging is an excellant

analog because the angle between the polarizers

is a parameter (spatial orthogonality/temporal coherence control)

that brings the two-slit continuously from the

classical particle distribution to the classical wave interference

on the photographic plate.

The "wave" aspects are macroscopic (unresolved) and as you remark

these are more spirtual than the pragmatic "particle"

resolutions. So the photon tagging mathematics seems a

good way to model the connected dualism of these world-views

in "consciousness".

But you can see that the "conscious mind" is divided by this

parameter since we can at some polarizer angle say the mind

is thinking pragmatically (temporal domain) and at some other

it is thinking spiritually or "wholistically" (really in

the spatial domain) as opposed to holistically which is the

range over which the parameter moves.

The parameter is the ranges from determinism to non-determinism

and can be said to controll the discreteness or continuity

of the state parameters in the density matrix as well...

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