Consciousness is the state or quality of awareness, or, of being aware of an external object or something within oneself. It has been defined variously in terms of sentience, awareness, qualia, subjectivity, the ability to experience or to feel, wakefulness, having a sense of selfhood or soul, the fact that there is something “that it is like” to “have” or “be” it, and the executive control system of the mind.
But is this there something missing from this definition?

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Women’s tennis 2018

Caroline Wozniacki has a new strategy and service game. Jelena Ostapenko will surely spend much time on her service before 1st January. Venus Williams capable still of beating anyone provided she wins first set. Serena Williams back in training and promises stiff opposition for everyone. Joanna  Conte will surely regroup. If Joanna fires on all cylinders, watch out! Then their are some ten others who will be in with a chance of winning each competition too.

WTA –  you are lucky to have so many exciting, entertaining personalities competing in your events. Great times ahead!


Caroline Wozniacki you did good!

Even with

Despite  a nervous ending, Caroline Wozniacki was able to impose her new tennis strategy and improved service to win her first “major” tournament. Caroline’s Final opponent was the in-form (but very tired at age 37) Serena Williams.

It was the 2017 season-end  WTA Finals, beating seven others who also qualified with most points accumulated over the season. So they were the eight top in-form WTA ladies tennis players of the year.

AI – Artificial Intelligence

It seems some Earthers have a basic compulsion to create serving intelligences for their own controlling purposes.  But can these aroused forces be controlled?

Its noticeable how these aroused computer-robots mimic humans. They store and process information and data in the same way as humans and computers we use daily.

Read-only memory, or ROM, is a form of data storage in computers and other electronic devices that can not be easily altered or reprogrammed. RAM is referred to as volatile memory and is lost when the power is turned off whereas ROM in non-volatile and the contents are retained even after the power is switched off.

Random-access memory, or RAM, is a form of data storage that can be accessed randomly at any time, in any order and from any physical location in contrast to other storage devices, such as hard drives, where the physical location of the data determines the time taken to retrieve it. RAM is measured in megabytes and the speed is measured in nanoseconds and RAM chips can read data faster than ROM.

Can we trust these new forces to compute and apply their opinions for the good of mankind?


Well fought Caroline Wozniacki

Today Caroline Wozniacki applied all her experience and newly acquired thinking to beat a skilled Elina Pliskova 7-6 and 6-3.

Yesterday Caroline seemed to go from brilliantly positive to a shell like passiveness when losing a match in three sets she ought to have comfortably won in two.
Well played Caroline you will scare the rest with your improving “new style”.

Wozniacki and Ostapenko same problem!

Who would have thought that the games of Caroline Wozniacki and Jelena Ostapenko could be the same? Well, they both need to improve the effectiveness of their first and second services .

Recently Caroline has shown more aggression all round, particularly with her service. The serve now provides more free points and less expenditure of energy.

Jelena also urgently needs to develop a sound service game. She has most everything else. And like Caroline oozes femininity and charm.

If they choose to stay in the game, they promise much future entertainment for us tennis fans, and will help maintain the great interest in ladies tennis worldwide.

Caroline Wozniacki ill, injured, or naive?

The event – 2017 Year end WTA Group Finals. Her opponent – Caroline Garcia.

In all the times I’ve watched Caroline Wozniacki play, I have never seen her so tactically sound, accurate, or service dominant. And she won the first set 6-0!

THEN immediately all changed! She turned timid, unsure and her service lost its bite and accuracy. Seemingly for no good reason at all. Was she ill. Was she injured. Did she naively change tactics from positive to negative?

She lost the next two sets 6-3 and 7-5.