In Bradford's thread Superstitious Nonsense I found myself sidetracked from the actual topic by a couple of our critics who seemed to be playing dumb. In the attempt to outline the evidence for immaterial process in what we call the "Mind" – as opposed to the physical machine we call the brain – I introduced the concept of noncomputability which factors large in the Hameroff-Penrose Orch-OR theory of consciousness.
Raevmo asked repeatedly for an example of this noncomputability, which I realize would take us even farther afield (deep subject). With that thread now over 100 comments, not something I would long be able to follow with my clunky dial-up. So this thread will take that topic out of Bradford's thread so that it can be examined further.