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drrayeye
Susan Doris Wrote: > I offer no objective evidence for my subjective > words, however, since there is still a total lack > of objective evidence for anything after death, > I'll stick to my view that death is the end, > whether I express it with exclamation marks at the > end or not. Ray: Your evidence is your life--and you make an existential wager according to Pasc
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drrayeye
Mayavitch Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- Michael: 'human sensibilities’ are mostly subjective, > and whatever phenomena observers ‘readily > recognise’ are varied and numerous. There is no > overall objective coherence in the collective > consciousness. Ray: Au contraire. Anyone taking the time can learn about lines, planes, and volumes. Th
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drrayeye
Michael, Human sensibilities readily recognize points, lines, circular planes and globes which can expressed with starting points that extend infinitely. Not time. Time has no clear beginning and no discernable end--yet we intuitively treat it the same way. Maybe that's why quantum physics is so messed up. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drrayeye
4. Oh Oh
another one of those "whoops" moments. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drrayeye
There are clear cognitive limits in the expression and comprehension of any spoken language presented in written form. First limit--there are a limited number of speech sounds a human can produce, called articulatory distinctive features: The number of articulatory feature clusters used in any spoken language is somewhere in the twenties. These phonological features may be visual
Forum: Mysteries
Yesterday
drrayeye
Couldn't resist, Paul, The ending was resignation for Nixon, but not for Clinton--both in their second terms. I think a Trump resignation is the likely way for this to go--the question is when. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The first part of your post: well said, spot on, > vigorous nod of agreement from me! > > Then comes the attempt at creating the gap for a > God/god/epistemology-of-choice!! > > And no evolutionary biologist would suggest that > the TofE has all the answers, but the ones that > stil
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drrayeye
Brian#3, You don't need to be a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. Ray
Forum: Global Village
Yesterday
drrayeye
Hi, Mr. Hudson, Here's an archeologist who believes in the Bible as history: and movies: Ray
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drrayeye
is an easy sell in Canada, Pete, and most Canadian firefighters are concerned: Ray
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
drrayeye
Mr. Hudson, The AI idea is really a refinement of intelligent design--and I've never been comfortable with either one. I was once a strong advocate of a computer analogy to cognitive processes--and soon became aware of serious problems. Both the architecture and the coding are different: humans are parallel processors--computers are serial; computer codes are binary--genetic codes are organ
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drrayeye
and promote kids concerts: You listen to Donald, and other old f@#$s and promote ??? in Canada? Ray
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
drrayeye
Ray: Pete:
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
drrayeye
Hi Lowell, I like the fig/sycamore part a great deal; the judgement part--not so much. There are immediate spiritual rewards for the right choices in this life--and great hope beyond. The rest we'll learn soon enough. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drrayeye
Malc, for me, one's witness is day to day--living the Christian way--in everything, Good balance between honest work and Christian witness: Albert Schweitzer in Africa. When I'm gone: Ray
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drrayeye
Yve, You're sounding kinda old. Here's what we were singing back then: Greta's generation: Dylan's update: Ray
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
drrayeye
Pete, I know how to listen. Ray
Forum: Global Village
3 days ago
drrayeye
Hi Keegan, Welcome to GHMB. I think you should summarize this in a few sentences, and post it on the paranormal board. You might want to be a bit more specific about how you think we can help. Ray
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
3 days ago
drrayeye
QuoteThe older I get, the more I appreciate what philosopher Paul Feyerabend said to me in 1992 when I broached the possibility of total knowledge. “You think that this one-day fly, this little bit of nothing, a human being--according to today's cosmology!--can figure it all out?” he asked me with a manic grin. “This to me seems so crazy! It cannot possibly be true! What they figured out is one p
Forum: Science & Space
4 days ago
drrayeye
it's hard to listen, Lyle. Sounds to me like you're out of practice. Ray
Forum: Global Village
4 days ago
drrayeye
Lyle, Only one way to find out: stop talking and start listening. Ray
Forum: Global Village
4 days ago
drrayeye
Susan, I am not here to confront. I'm here to discuss. Let's avoid these kind of exchanges. Ray
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
4 days ago
drrayeye
Hi Malc, An exciting and wonderful life you have. I'm a Second Timothy 2: 15 guy myself. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drrayeye
Lyle, I'm talking about Greta. She's 16 and from Sweden. The young who skipped school in my town to protest were about the same age. Did you look at the Youtubes in the links I provided? Not too many old f@#$s . . . . Ray
Forum: Global Village
4 days ago
drrayeye
Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteHowever, that doesn't invalidate the > experience. > And I for one have NEVER ever said > or claimed otherwise. We have no reason to doubt > that all experiences are as the person involved > says; and even if they decide to make up a story > and pretend they have experienced it, the stor
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
4 days ago
drrayeye
4 days ago
drrayeye
Millions of people are wrong about climate change and energy, including Al Gore and Greta Thunberg. I fully agree with and support Rick "Galileo" Perry, our secretary of Energy in Donald's cabinet . . . . What would you think? Ray
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
4 days ago
drrayeye
you forget how you used to be pretty fast--unless you keep those cross generation ties alive, Pete. Ray
Forum: Global Village
4 days ago
drrayeye
so they took action, Lyle. All over the world. It's been a long time coming. . . . Ray
Forum: Global Village
4 days ago
drrayeye
and showing it. Ray
Forum: Global Village
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