Yeah you’re right. There was also some by about concepts and how we think they help us to understand the world but that they are illusions? I sounds similar to Buddhism but I guess they mean things like the concept of anger, or night, or red. There just seems to be a big thing about it in spirituality:
Like at this video
I have a suspicion that our abstract thoughts are caused by the bio-chemical functions of the brain, in addition to the electrical Turing (like) system of processing information.
After all, that is the one identifiable difference between organic brain functions and AI circuit functions.
Why is it that when we have blood or urine tests, we look for chemical anomalies.
Oddly, when we have an MRI, they test only for electrical signals, but not for chemicals.
I had nitrogen narcosis once while scuba diving. Fortunately I was accompanied by experiences divers which took me up halfway and let my body absorb the nitrogen, after which I was just fine. But nitrogen has nothing to do with electrical energy, it’s a bio-chemical molecule.
Offler mentioned “endorphins”, which again are bio-chemicals, not electrical energy. In living organisms, thought is a combination of electro/chemical functions.
Did you see the video?