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  1. Philip Dorrell, A Note on "the Evolution of Biological Complexity".
    In The Evolution of biological complexity , Christoph Adami , Charles Ofria and Travis C. Collier analysed the relationship between evolution by natural selection and the entropy of the genome. There are some similarities between their paper and my own analysis of..
     
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  2. Philip Dorrell, Computation Vs. Feelings and the Production/Judgment Model.
    Functional versus Subjective Consciousness The Example of Pain Dieting and Free Will The Production/Judgement Model Judgement is not Reward Feelings are Judgements Low-Bandwidth Channels Candidate Neural Control Channels Timing of Intention and Action Conclusion References Abstract.
     
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  3. Philip Dorrell, 9 Errors in Talk.Origins' Responses to Creationism.
    home page other lists my email address Philip Dorrell, 6 September 2005 At talk.origins there is a list of creationist claims with links to accompanying responses. The responses attempt to refute the corresponding claims, but there are errors in some of the refutations. Each item below starts with a link to the section of the talk.origins site that responds to a particular creationist claim.
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  4. Philip Dorrell, Focus Follows Mouse: Click-Free Web-Browsing.
    The script focusFollowsMouse.user.js provides a very simple implementation of "click-free" web browsing: it defines a mouseover method for every HTML link, input, select and text area which calls the focus() method on that control. (Click on the link to install it as a Greasemonkey script.).
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  5. Philip Dorrell, Looking for a Win/Win Solution to the War Between "Premium Content" and Digital Freedom.
    content" – where big money is involved. The conflict could become a war to the death, and I think we will all be better off if we can find an alternative: a way to pay for premium content without sacrificing our digital freedoms. 26 December, 2006 by Philip Dorrell © 2006 Blog Index Some Previous Articles ... Web 2.0? We Haven't Finished Decentralising Yet. Were the Neanderthals Ugly? Zero Divided By Zero: Application to Spherical Coordinates Adding Comments to My (...)
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  6. Philip Dorrell, PrimeShooterTM.
    Use left and right arrow keys to move the gun left and right. You reduce a number by shooting it with its prime factors. Each time a prime factor hits a number, the number is divided by that factor. If the number is a prime number you can shoot it with a special "P" ("P" for "prime") missile which reduces it directly to 1. To fire a 2, 3, 5 or 7, just type the corresponding key on the keyboard. To (...)
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  7. Philip Dorrell, 'S Blog.
    The Really Basic Business WebSite 19 April, 2008 The really basic business web-site is a web-site owned by you and controlled by you. It provides the basic facts about your business, and, it can be found when someone searches on Google for the name of your business. Read more ... Synaptic Downscaling and the Dream-Maker 10 February, 2008 Can the Dream-Maker theory of dreams be reconciled with the theory of synaptic downscaling proposed by Giulio Tononi and Chiara Cirelli ? Read (...)
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