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Your first statement has no

Your first statement has no supporting evidence, it is merely an assumption about the nature of thoughts and other mental states. The hard problem of consciousness is unsolved and there is no understanding of how thoughts and intentional states or even memories are actually organized in physical space.

Even if this were shown to be true, which it has not been, it would not imply the possibility that neuron arrangements or molecular structures of thoughts would be translatable into quantities having any bearing on society. The mass or arrangement of material matter in one brain could be different while possibly corresponding to the same thought or idea in another person, rendering quantifying the thought futile. This is absurd.