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Eddie Larry
Money talks... China and Russians are getting together. The virus may actually slow that down. To access cheaper energy and 5G equipment, the EU may do deals with RussiaChina! Have you seen many articles on the virus impact in Russia, I haven’t which is interesting in itself.
Forum: Global Village
Today
Eddie Larry
Mike’s comments are very general Paul and have been true for quite some time. Byron thinks the 10 year bond is going to 2.5% this year. Well it is crashing today. So , it will be very interesting.
Forum: Global Village
Today
Eddie Larry
I’ve read that 5G is a requirement for a workable self driving network, so you will have to wait Michael! I like to drive, so I can wait.
Forum: Global Village
Today
Eddie Larry
Here is the list: What interests me is his claim that the Democrats might retake the Senate. With Bloomberg’s cash, I suggest this is possible. With the market down DJI 800 or so, this seems distantly more probable. A strong economy and market helps the President, a weak economy and markets do not. Interesting times!
Forum: Global Village
Today
Eddie Larry
Fine post Melissa!
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Today
Eddie Larry
Fine post Tom!
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
Eddie Larry
Hi Tom, great post. I just think that humans are always at that spiritual intersection. It is the way nature made us. Some people go left and some go right, and the great majority dwell happily in the middle.
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
Eddie Larry
Hi Patryk, you are definitely on to something. Humans left Africa circa 100 to 80,000 years ago. They probably had these skills and traditions at that point and took them with them. My wife and I walked back to our rooms today carrying our purchases in two bags. Bags are especially handy! Even today!
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
Eddie Larry
Well from reading her response, she is flat out opposed to it! This is radical skepticism to me Ray.
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteSusan stated As always, the number of anecdotes does not, ever, equal evidence, let alone objective evidence. This sounds vaguely circular Susan. Can you prove this to be true? Is the issue “anecdotes” per se or the number of anecdotes? Thanks,
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
Eddie Larry
Great point Ray. Love, life, beauty and truth. But most of all charity.
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
Eddie Larry
Well said Susan, and no child is born a skeptic, an atheist, or an agnostic. people share what they care about. That’s life, that’s what people say.
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteSusan stated Okay. Possible explanations: start with coincidence coincidence, coincidence; go on to zero detection of any thoughts emanating from one brain and going to another; things happen all the time, but when they appear to have some special significance, and this is an evolutionary survival skill, we notice them. Hi Susan, please explain what you mean by “coincidence, coincide
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteDrew stated I bet lots of folk have amazing tales of synchronicity occurring in your lives. They do make one wonder what kind of magic connects us all...what kind of energy pervades all...what kind of transmission and reception is going on between different things that have their own language most of us just ignore as background noise, and others 'tune in' and get a feeling they either can
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
Eddie Larry
Well said Kris. But we live in an era when sensible thinking is held in high disregard. When a person is rich and successful, they think that is because they are so smart. and that is not always the case.
Forum: Global Village
3 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteMelissa stated But just because a person is free from a religion doesn't they're necessarily free from communities, or even control from others. They are possibly still very happy, and the freedom is in choosing their communities, so perhaps it's not so lonely. And I suppose for most people, just because they don't feel part of a church or religious group doesn't mean they're not in some p
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteSusan stated I talked of all possible explanations and they all suggest far more rational solutions to what might appear to be a woo idea called telepathy. Even if not one of those explanations appeared to cover it, then that apparent sending/receiving of a thought is an unknown, not a telepathy-did-it. Stating that there are other possible explanations, or all possible explanations
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3 days ago
Eddie Larry
Oh, so your argument is that telepathy is actually a phenomenon of entanglement? Interesting, thanks Susan.
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3 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteSusan queried Does the article also point out that all other possible explanations must be ruled out before some mysterious 'entanglement' can be put forward as the only real answer?! Hi Susan can you brief us on all these other “possible explanations?” Quantum Mechanics has a list of experiments they do to test entanglement. A little reading might help. But if we think about it
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
Eddie Larry
Hi Ray, It is like the fungi and the trees. Life is interrelated. At dinner tonight we were discussing folks recent DNA results; they disappointed the people who had the tests. One fellow who thought himself 100% German learned he was about 50% german and 50% Eastern European. Surprise!
Forum: Inner Space
5 days ago
Eddie Larry
That’s the great thing about metaphysics Susan. It is whatever you want it to be. Enjoy!
Forum: Inner Space
5 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteSusan stayed I would add at this point that my posts can’t be that boring, since this topic is not exactly short of posts! . I agree Susan, people love to talk about Gods, spirits, ghosts, etc., etc.
Forum: Inner Space
5 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteSusan queried his/her vbehaviour – to become, well, what, I wonder? And what is the ‘all’ that is ‘lost’? The extraordinary character of the belief. A person might move to agnosticism, for example. Quote2. And I wish I had the ability to think up witty thoughts, because the idea of practising atheism in an extraordinary way does raise a smile! Me to! Quote3. I do no
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteSusan stated in post 1 Atheists outside have no boundaries or barriers, are not confined to any shape. cam emter or leave any or all of the shapes freely, and can talk about outside. This may, quite understandably, seem a bit scary or risky with the thought of no boundary or instruction from the centre, but ssome , and a slowly increasing number, may realise they have been free of supernat
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6 days ago
Eddie Larry
Hi Susan, can you explain why you think Yve’s statement is “totally inaccurate?” Thanks,
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6 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteYve stated To the Realist This is all there is. Hi Yve, I suggest that your realist here is not a scientist. By examining reality we keep learning more and more about the world about us - and we haven’t finished yet, - so anyone saying “that’s all there is” is probably making a big mistake!
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
Eddie Larry
Ray, atheism is an extraordinary belief. If that’s a person’s nature, then then have to practice it in an extraordinary way. Once you moderate your views, all is lost.
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteMelissa stated Perhaps you're right. Religion is a glue. It is a great social bond, a common language. Religious people are in many ways very lucky. Well said but it kind of depends on finding the right group of people to religionize with. In the Middle Ages everyone had to belong to one religion or another often determined by the King. So I know happy religious people and some not
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6 days ago
Eddie Larry
Yes, Gerda, still on our trip. We sailed out to Nevis where Alexander Hamilton was born. The Sea was pretty choppy but it was a beautiful trip. Thanks,
Forum: Inner Space
7 days ago
Eddie Larry
QuoteSusan opined Atheists outside have no boundaries or barriers, are not confined to any shape. cam emter or leave any or all of the shapes freely, and can talk about outside. Wow Susan, my comment is that this seems to be a supernatural view of atheism! Very interesting. Can you describe some of the shapes you attained? thanks.
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