Consciousness: The Black Hole of Neuroscience | Think Tank | Big Think | Philosophy and Science of Mind and Brain | Scoop.it

The simplest description of a black hole is a region of space-time from which no light is reflected and nothing escapes. The simplest description of consciousness is a mind that absorbs many things and attends to a few of them. Neither of these concepts can be captured quantitatively. Together they suggest the appealing possibility that endlessness surrounds us and infinity is within.