Using the fact that the brain is basically a finite entity(finite neurons, synapses, neurotransmitters, etc).
If we have a brain that:
- Doesn't run out of energy
- Never dies
- The brain uses a finite amount of senses to take data from the universe(vision, smell, touch, etc).
- The brain could use its finite senses to "explore"(take data) from any part
of the universe.
- The universe where the brain exist is a finite universe(finite input that
the brain could possibly expose itself too).
It is fair to conclude that the brain described in this scenario can just produce a finite amount of thoughts(I'm assuming that a "thought" is a particular computation[change in state produced by the brain itself] that the brain could make.)?