My camp, a sub-camp of this one, is called Consciousness is Subjective, Though Real. Here is a quote from it:
Scientific hypotheses might well involve the functions that we associate with consciousness, such as short-term memory, but any hypothesis that involves the concept of consciousness itself, as opposed to such functions, is unscientific.
For more, see http://canonizer.com/topic.asp/88/12
But maybe the most important point is that, just because we agree consciousness is not supernatural, does not mean we have to agree that all aspects of it can be handled by science. I say this point about science should be a subcamp of Not Supernatural, not part of it.