No the action of you speaking is your means of sharing the information, not the means to how you came to the conclusion.
I never said it did, therefore you are either; misunderstanding what I said, un-intentionally misquoting what I said, or purposefully twisting what I said
You may want to go back and re-read the thread to understand the context of the conversation.
The act of you coming to the conclusion was based on no physical visual medium. Don't twist the words around in an attempt to benefit yourself.
Once again, you are either; misunderstanding what I said, un-intentionally misquoting what I said, or purposefully twisting what I said.
But you are also incorrect in your assertion. I came to my conclusion by the physical visual medium of either;
1- physically counting objects,
2- physically writing out an equation,
3- physically reading the conclusions of others
THEN: conducting experimentation via the empirical scientific method of induction (repeated experimentation in a controlled environment) to either validate or disprove the models I had along the way.
Ron, thoughts, love, laws of logic are not metaphysical.
Show me a picture of a red logic.
Show me a picture of a green love.
Show me a picture of a purple thought.
They are constructs created from biological interactions between hormones and chemicals released by the brain. There is nothing mysterious and metaphysical about them, even if we don't know the full interactions between said chemcials and hormones. Take for instance a schizophrenic who hears voices in his head. Now you would probably say that he/she is possessed or controlled by sin to such a degree to hear voices. But in actuallity it is more likely a syncing problem with the individuals internal monologue (time is not controlled by just one portion of the brain, but by many portions of the brain); which is a near constant for everyone who has a working brain. There is no metaphysical about it. The same goes with mathematics, they are based on proofs rather than physical evidence, and need no physical evidence to be proven.
You have just spouted a series of opinions and attempted to promulgate them as empirical facts.
Again: Show me a picture of a red logic. Show me a picture of a green love. Show me a picture of a purple thought.