I had the this thought as I was falling asleep: The subjective experience solves problems via interlocking geometry of thoughts... a consciousness learns the "shape" of its thoughts and thinking is an act of geometric shifting of concepts themselves and how they relate to one another. It sees it in the way that the pieces of the puzzle have fallen into place for itself and then examines if the new thought or input or whatever fits somewhere in that schema.. however disorganized or illogical. It's kind of a subjective geometry in the sense that it is developed in only that instance and is representative of the relationships of the concepts to one another for that instance of consciousness. The thoughts are all somehow connected via 'consciousness' in kind of a nueral net fashion in real time. The shape of the nueral net gets changed over time as the geometry must change to allow new conceptual relationships. I'll try to clarify later.. I realize this is kind crap, I just wanted to get it up here and I'll see if it makes sense tomorrow. Maybe it's just a fancy way of saying what is completely obvious. *shrug* pardon.