In the sequel ZEO based theory of consciousness (see this) as quantum measurement theory is discussed first by starting with a criticism of physicalism and after that introducing ZEO based view about consciousness as quantum measurement theory as a solution to the problems of physicalism.
After this the relation between zero energy ontology (ZEO) based quantum measurement theory and adelic vision (see this) is discussed. The considerations suggest a more precise picture about cognitive representations and formulation of quantum measurement theory for them. One can generalize classical cognitive representations as number theoretical discretizations of space-time surfaces in the extension of rationals considered to their quantum counterparts as wave functions in the Galois group of the extension and introduce also fermions as spinors in the group algebra of Galois group. The strongest option is purely number theoretical representations of spinors as spinors in this group algebra. Presumably however M8 spinors are required and have interpretation in terms of octonion structure.
An attractive vision is that number theoretical quantum measurements reduce to measurement cascades involving a sequence of state function reductions reducing the entanglement between wave functions in sub-Galois group H and group G/H and ends up to a prime Galois group for group algebra has prime dimension and represents Hilbert space prime not decomposable to tensor product.
Also time measurement is considered from the number theoretic perspective assuming M8-H duality (see this). Clock readings are realized as roots of the rational polynomial determining the space-time surface in M8. Time measurement would involve a localization to a definite extension of rationals, whose dimension n must be proportional to the temporal distance T between the tips of causal diamond (CD) to guarantee fixed time and energy resolution.
See the article Still about quantum measurement theory in ZEO.
For a summary of earlier postings see Latest progress in TGD.
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