Thank goodness my friends, and strangers too have been able to verify it all, and many things I even have on paper. A lot better than just on computers.
But if that is a comfort for you here in your end years, to imagine yourself understanding others better than they themselves do, OK. Your little delusion does me no harm. It won't harm you either, it does not actually matter at all.
EXCEPT: It keeps these posts going. So please continue your insults! You are not on a high horse. I was wrong.You are on a giraffe!
Susan Doris Wrote:
> No, I do not *demand* anything - I ask for. In aQuote
That is just it. You are so hung up on
> reason, that you are unreasonable in your demand
> for scientific proof.
> discussion, however, if someone makes a claim that
> they [know for sure] or something similar, then,
> if they expect anyone else to believe that, when
> it is not backed up by independent objective
> (99.99%) evidence, then it is up to the person
> making the claim to concede they (a) they do not
> know this absolutely, and (b) therefore to agree
> to put it as a 'don't know yet'.
> That is silly - and biologically daft!Quote
You have heard of left and right brains, I
> am sure. I think your right one must be missing or
> not functioning.
> No, you do not know forQuote
We have argued about consciousness. I know
> for sure mine has reached far beyond my skull to
> other people,
> sure[/b][/I], you believe, and
> believe very strongly, but you do not know for
> Your life's experiences are exactly that, yourQuote
...but hard core materialists like you do
> not believe in that sort.
> Therefore you will insist in calling my life's
> experiences imagination.
> life's experience, and they are all,
> every single one, recorded in your brain; where
> they are interpreted by said brain. Since we know
> the brain is also capable of an infinite variety
> of thoughts and con cepts which have no actual
> reality, then that is called imagination.
> Well, you can say that of course, but I have beenQuote
I would say your head is buried in the
> a believer in God - I think I was lucky to not
> fall into the trap of believing that any other
> supernatural thing existed, although I thoroughly
> enjoyed reading everything I could about them - -
> but you would be wrong!
> Ever and always, it is the interpretation that isQuote
People's experiences count, they are real
> and they belong to our consciousnesses, and as
> long as nobody can fully explain consciousness, as
> long our experiences cannot be reasoned, but they
> are still there, they happen.
> or is not backed up by reality.
> I would just like to mention, with a :) and veryQuote
To explain it to a total left brainer is
> like explaining colours to a colour blind person.
> But that person ought to admit that others have
> something they can't grasp, not be on the high
> horse all the time.
> politely of course, that you have a 'high horse'
> you're on . And that is because you are trying to
> defend interpretations which are not backed up. I
> just enjoy talking about these things. I do not
> have to defend an idea I have which has a
> non-factual interpretation.