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I find that fractional separation of the
> mind into categories of real and unreal are rather
> difficult compromises of the whole brain/body
> experience that we humans actually consider as
> fundamentally actual,


Susan, you quoted my statement but did not comment on it. Is it possible that you had no comment because you did not consider the question valid, or responsive to anything in your categories of intelligible queries?

I just want to know two things: you always say that other people's INTERPRETATION is suspect. Another thing you always proscribe is the "100% verifiable and confirmed evidence of all objective tests" as the contention of your viewpoint.

I would like to be you, for a moment. Yes, interpretation is the key component to actual reliable proof of any mental assignment of inference. And yes, 100% verifiable evidence, by whatever mechanical means, supposedly if that means is calibrated by a sensor of meticulous accuracy, is the ONLY ABLE MEANS of providing a concensus to the test at hand.

Now, I do not dispute any preference one way or another. It is, or it is not; a peculiar compromise in this consideration. What I am after is the SUSPICION OF VALIDATION through all possible scenarios of exoneration and clarification of the matter at hand; namely, the test of individual subjectivity and testimony, were they superficial or extraordinarily adept at providing a result that composes both a viewpoint and a HISTORY of completeness in the core of such investigation. I do rather prefer a result that can be reworked by other tests of actuality. It is paramount that physical conditions be satisfied in every test of each, and every, test of the experience of a person's "information".

I think that, imperceptibly, a person CAN ONLY GIVE THEIR INTERPRETATION at any given moment according to their current bias of knowledge, and cannot be distinguished as either superior or inferior to the model of factual indices of individual perceptions. It is more than an individual stake on mental reliabllity can do, considering the outcome of "interpretive" testimony that comes with each and every person due to their own evolutionary development in due process of mental states of subjectivity.

The objective is temporary in it's fleeting test measurements at the time of gauging the status of a claim of personal conviction. The subjective, elongated station of a lifetime interpretation is far reaching and lasting than a mere test for an hour to prove that person's experience as valid, or not.

Is it not more comforting to know that a person's "take" on any subject is a reasonible explanation for their life purpose, rather than a conflicting attitude of concern for their well-being? As it is said, "let it be".

You may, or may not, convince me of another, elusive and temporary test of quality of interpretation, but I am convinced, thoroughly that a person's testimony is valid, within their own rights as a person. I concur with such a testimony, even yours, in liberty of conscience and contemplation (the long thoughts of personal intuition).

There it is: no more, no less.

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Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 2259 Susan Doris 08-Jan-19 16:21
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 260 EvelynRysdyk 10-Jan-19 17:27
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 201 Susan Doris 10-Jan-19 19:45
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 203 cloister 10-Jan-19 20:11
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 185 Susan Doris 11-Jan-19 14:56
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 190 cloister 11-Jan-19 16:09
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 179 Susan Doris 11-Jan-19 19:35
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 180 cloister 11-Jan-19 19:56
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 204 EvelynRysdyk 11-Jan-19 00:40
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 202 greengirl5 11-Jan-19 08:59
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 190 Susan Doris 11-Jan-19 13:02
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 185 Susan Doris 11-Jan-19 13:27
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 197 EvelynRysdyk 11-Jan-19 20:33
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 163 Susan Doris 18-Jan-19 14:06
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 187 greengirl5 11-Jan-19 23:16
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 175 Susan Doris 12-Jan-19 06:15
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 172 greengirl5 12-Jan-19 12:24
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 178 Susan Doris 12-Jan-19 13:07
Please explain the word ASPECT in your quote. 172 Itatw70s 17-Jan-19 20:39
Re: Please explain the word ASPECT in your quote. 164 Susan Doris 18-Jan-19 14:48
Re: Please explain the word ASPECT in your quote. 158 Itatw70s 21-Jan-19 02:17
Re: Please explain the word ASPECT in your quote. 152 Susan Doris 21-Jan-19 06:26
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 182 Susan Doris 12-Jan-19 13:19
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 192 EvelynRysdyk 12-Jan-19 17:04
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 221 Susan Doris 12-Jan-19 18:36
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 168 Susan Doris 18-Jan-19 15:01
Red Herrings 175 drrayeye 17-Jan-19 19:05
Re: Red Herrings 175 Itatw70s 17-Jan-19 23:47
Re: Red Herrings 169 Susan Doris 18-Jan-19 09:00
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 165 Susan Doris 19-Jan-19 12:42
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 165 EvelynRysdyk 19-Jan-19 17:23
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 164 Susan Doris 20-Jan-19 10:27
Spirit 159 greengirl5 20-Jan-19 20:57
Re: Spirit 158 Susan Doris 21-Jan-19 07:11
Re: Spirit 153 greengirl5 21-Jan-19 11:31
Re: Spirit 156 Eddie Larry 21-Jan-19 16:32
Re: Spirit 158 Susan Doris 21-Jan-19 17:08
Re: Spirit 162 greengirl5 21-Jan-19 20:37
Re: Spirit 158 Susan Doris 22-Jan-19 06:24
Re: Spirit 155 greengirl5 22-Jan-19 07:23
Re: Spirit 151 Susan Doris 22-Jan-19 07:41
Re: Spirit 150 greengirl5 22-Jan-19 07:57
Re: Spirit 149 Susan Doris 22-Jan-19 08:19
Re: Spirit 158 greengirl5 22-Jan-19 09:47
Re: Spirit 161 Susan Doris 22-Jan-19 12:40
Re: Spirit 157 greengirl5 22-Jan-19 21:04
Re: Spirit 147 Susan Doris 23-Jan-19 10:25
Re: Spirit 311 greengirl5 23-Jan-19 12:10
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 169 Poster Boy 19-Jan-19 18:16
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 159 EvelynRysdyk 20-Jan-19 00:10
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 163 Poster Boy 20-Jan-19 00:39
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 164 Susan Doris 20-Jan-19 06:28
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 159 Susan Doris 20-Jan-19 06:19
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 162 greengirl5 20-Jan-19 09:31
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 163 Susan Doris 20-Jan-19 10:45
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 162 greengirl5 20-Jan-19 20:42
Re: the article by Evelyn rysdyk 166 Poster Boy 20-Jan-19 17:02
And the intellectual marathon continues, day after day, hour after hour, moment to moment.... 171 Itatw70s 22-Jan-19 02:04
Re: And the intellectual marathon continues, day after day, hour after hour, moment to moment.... 164 Susan Doris 22-Jan-19 06:08


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