Equating behavior with consciousness is by no means an accepted
> Or any study connecting the stimulation of specific parts of
> the brain to specific sensations, *feelings*, and images. That is, most
> of modern neurophysiology.
A collection of sensations is not most people's idea of consciousness.
In addition, the emotions and images triggered vary from individual to
individual. As far as I know, there is no one-to-one correspondance
between specific stimulation and specific emotions or images. How then,
can you infer causality, when you still haven't explain why people react
differently to the same stimulations?
> On the other hand, can you point out to me any study that provides
> evidence of the super-material basis of human consciousness??
What qualifies as evidence for the super-material? As far as I know,
there are none with regard to consciousness. My position is that we
simply don't have sufficient evidence to draw your conclusion.