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Recent Posts

Subject: Re: Intellectual Forum #2

Forum: Intellectual Forum #2
To say that we are observing reality is to assume their is one reality, when what is exists is decided based off of what is observed.

We create our reality, as a species we create a cumulative reality, but what we are seeing, feeling or experiencing is limited to the abilities of our bodies. Bugs and animals use all sorts of different organs to sense the world around them, allowing them to experience parts of the electromagnetic spectrum that we can only use technology to study.

If you've ever had a migraine and experienced scintillating scotomas, your brain has seen something that isn't there, or maybe is and you like broke through some kind of space time continuum and that's why your head hurts.

Or if you've ever hallucinated whether by sleep deprivation or drugs, you know your brain senses things very differently. And how do we know what's reality?

Everything is just light bouncing around and being funneled through our eyes for our brain to make up whatever it wants about it.

This is why technology is so important. If we ever want any chance of knowing the full range of realities we are going to need more tools than the ones were equipped with.

Subject: Re: Astrology: real life or psuedoscience?

Forum: Astrology: real life or psuedoscience?
A lot of "pseudo sciences" get pushed off as irrelevant for being made up.

Guess what else is made up. Laws, money, Santa Claus.

As humans we create tools and boundaries to help us define and give meaning to our existence. Since the beginning of time we have told stories and used the physical world to guide us.

Just like religious texts, moral stories, mediation, dream interpretation, tarot cards or fortune telling, astrology is a way of evaluating our internal self and looking forward into the future. I'm sure if you had someone read you a different signs horoscope you would still feel like it was relevant to you because in order for it to work you have to take the vague advice and make it personal.

And there's nothing wrong with that! If horoscopes make you have a little more faith and confidence and help you to understand yourself better, then they have served their purpose.

That being said, everything about us being living, conscious beings on a planet in a vast multiverse is incomprehensible, so I don't believe anything is impossible.

Subject: Re: The triumphant return of the Intellectual Series

Forum: The triumphant return of the Intellectual Series
Self condemning

At our core we are just like the rest of the animal kingdom, but there is something so much more that makes us magical and capable of extraordinary abilities and yet we use them to give ourselves rules and punishments and to seperate our species. A silly bunch we are.

Subject: Re: Credit Cards

Forum: Credit Cards
Opening a credit card is a great way to build credit if you remember it isn't free money. I have five credit cards. I use them for separate purposes, like one we use for Christmas shopping and then pay it off throughout the year. I also use one for gas and pay off the balance at the end of the month. This helps my credit and makes it easy for me to keep a record of my gas costs.

Subject: Re: When you are elderly.....?

Forum: When you are elderly.....?
I would like to see my family doing great things. I think about how my kids could have a bunch of kids and they will possibly have kids and could have a decent size lot of offspring. It would make me feel at peace to know that those people I have created are changing things for the better.