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Itatw70s
Well then Ray, if your definition of science is slated to be the POV of 2019 scientists, as you have shown by your convenient but elusive explanation of 2019 science, why don't you give an example of the 2019 style of science? I gave you a very ancient, pre-science elaboration of a, basically non-science environment, since it wasn't invented until Hipparchus, even before 1100 AD (or CE if you
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2 days ago
Itatw70s
Thankyou, Ray. Now that we got that out of the way we can continue. Science is merely a curiosity for me. Interesting but not that pertinent for my existence, at least not in the crucial stages of life. However, I cannot dispense with it either since it is all too common these days in every field of thought. If it were possible to see science graduate to the top level of human achievement then I
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2 days ago
Itatw70s
Whoa!!! Ron, it will take some time when available to read all of this material. Thankyou for including it here.
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2 days ago
Itatw70s
Ray, that's your life and choice. Safe than sorry??. I like adventure, especially in my thinking. Since I live a meagre life of work and little pay, I have to go onward. Now, why do I NEED a Boy Scout merit badge to function? I do fine and I enjoy the view. If I learned ANYTHING from 20 years of travel is that I NEED to know more than I started with. That is my adventure during my senior
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2 days ago
Itatw70s
Ray, I guess that you would only accept the full synopsis of what I am aware of, besides my intimation that all of these "sciences" were incorporated into ancient times. First, the Great Pyramid. It is no mystery that the mason guilds have endured since those very long ago times. The great pyramid is the prime example of high intelligence and superior ingenuity. In fact, as I have a
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3 days ago
Itatw70s
Well, here is the Global Seed Bank in northern Norway just in case of a catastrophe. It has suffered a heating dilemma during the few recent years, but fixes are ongoing to preserve all of the seeds for future generations. Looks like vegetarianism will dominate for a while if something happens. I will not live long enough to see a Natural Disaster. I expect that anything could happen, but not in
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3 days ago
Itatw70s
Let's clear up the misunderstanding about the OP: Here is a link about when (modern) science began; less than a thousand years ago properly defined as similar to today's standard science. In my OP I clearly stated that mythology, IN IT'S OWN TIME thousands of years ago was the common practice for a culture to explain their culture in the format of STORIES (myth). As late as ancient Greece t
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4 days ago
Itatw70s
Ray, why are we going on like this? No, I don't speak science. I told you what I am. I conjecture through mental imaging; that's how I've always done things. Imagination and nothing else. I depend on my intuition and clear "sight" of things near and far. I don't have protocols to follow. Is that OK with you? What I do, is what I always do. I don't have agendas, only realizations. Eve
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4 days ago
Itatw70s
The last science that I studied was college 1975. In the '80's I studied electronics. Enough of that. Ray, it looks like you are "profiling" due to your own status. I AM an artist, poet (sometimes), philosopher (layman) and overall student of anything having to do with brain/mind knowledge. Those are my habits. So, yes, I have never done the protocol of scientific endeavors. Fine.
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4 days ago
Itatw70s
Ray, then that's enough. Concensus rules. Yet, I can still study any science that I want.
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5 days ago
Itatw70s
Thanks, Eddie. It was very informative. I just "happened" to think of the quantum gravity concept without prior knowledge. It is like the 100th monkey effect. Now that it is out there we can consider the consensus for that concept. Well, I am on vacation until thursday. So I will be doing some application to a medical clinic so that I can have a good rate now that I have Medicare. It
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5 days ago
Itatw70s
Susan, why "curt" words when "complete" is more thorough? I was taught to eat everything on my plate as a child. So, I explain my thoughts lavishly so not to miss anything available for consideration. That is the method of whole estimations rather than trite puzzling comments.
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5 days ago
Itatw70s
Ray, not everyone on this Forum is an expert on science. In my attempt to go to college I was studying art as my major. My art was not as precise as some others art. So I left college with the false notion that my art was insufficient. I did not know back then that my art was very "inner mind" qualitative expressions. Not by intention did I later come to know that my experiences paralle
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5 days ago
Itatw70s
Eddie, you hit the nail on the head: Meaningfulness is what propels people forward. Without an essential connection to what one is studying, there is no impulse to go further down the rabbit hole. Today, we have a perfect example of something meaningful: the quantum reality. If this is true, then we have broken down the walls of the very material that everything is composed of. This mean
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5 days ago
Itatw70s
Really?
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6 days ago
Itatw70s
Thankyou, I did not know those particulars. It is a sadness that we don't have much from the great three philosophers.
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6 days ago
Itatw70s
Plato was a smart philosopher; he carried over the intrisic laudability of Socrates, not like Aristotle who materialised philosophy. I have a little knowledge of those three, but not much.
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6 days ago
Itatw70s
Ray, I have considered not only the past habits of scholars in their inscribing their "truths" to the educated populace by actually reading or seeing a rendition of such ancient wisdom, I have given thought to the differences between their writings of unimaginable things (like the gods in their machines) and our own statistical "objectifying" habits of these current times in t
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6 days ago
Itatw70s
A lot happens on GHMB; more or less fruitful to say the least. I was listening to Alan Parsons (whom I've heard since the 70's). Here is a complete live album for those of you who are curious. There are other live albums on YouTube: The topic is the difference between psychobabble and psychophysiology, (which is the branch of psychology dealing with mental PHENOMENA), which could be
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7 days ago
Itatw70s
I only know of two books by Plato-- Timaeus and Critias. No, I have not read either.
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7 days ago
Itatw70s
Of course; Thankyou, Ron.
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7 days ago
Itatw70s
Ron, my time is mostly spent at work. The last week in August I will be receiving my first Social Security pay, which means I will be working part time (25-30 hours) I will have more free time avaiable to discuss things. We will see what ensues. I plan to read some more of your treatises online.
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7 days ago
Itatw70s
The best offering is to live a quiet life and to do my duties untainted by attitudes. It is every day work.
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8 days ago
Itatw70s
I'll start with this link: Now, if you have read the link, you would find this quote: Mythology--"A STORY that serves to define the FUNDAMENTAL WORLDVIEW of a culture by EXPLAINING ASPECTS of the NATURAL WORLD and delineating the PSYCHOLOGICAL and social PRACTICES and IDEAS of society". Now, look at the scientific model: A THEORY that serves to define the FUNDAMENTAL WO
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9 days ago
Itatw70s
Actually, Gerda, the way that the spirits inform us, like in Shamanism, is just like learning knowledge of wisdom. Much words, or less as in Tao Te Ching, can be instructive. That may or may not be wisdom, especially if one disagrees about other POV's.
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9 days ago
Itatw70s
Cool stuff, Jim!! I didn't know shit until my fourth birthday. I was aware of my beingness. We seem to have similar POV's yet different slants of meaningfulness. Mine is the mind and all about it. I study brain, philosophy, wisdom teachings, some history, and of course a trip down psychology lane. I have to in order to define my personal brain functions. Of course, just about any subject is
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10 days ago
Itatw70s
drrayeye Wrote > > > Just some examples. Germans call studies in the > sciences or arts, "Wissenschaft." > Subjective/objective, qualitative/quantitative, > science/art=false dichotomies. > > Ray EXACTLY Ray!!! Our polarities, whether bent or not, are the summ total of any investigation. The bent polarities are favoritism either to materialism o
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10 days ago
Itatw70s
Eddie Larry Wrote: > Scientists are living their own spiritual life > seeking the “truth” of their favorite > subjects. They don’t study my spiritual like > because they don’t care, they care about their > own. Eddie, now I disagree with you to a part of your explanation. To say no-one cares is elusive and shallow when talking about a Paradigm Shift in the process
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10 days ago
Itatw70s
GramPong Wrote: > > The core problem is thinking that the objective > world rather than the subjective world is the > proper base to start. Indeed!! Jim, let me ask you a valid possible scientific question: Do you think that the Cosmos and everything in it is an INTELLIGENT HOLOGRAM? Or do you stay with the classic view of basically reality is what one sees, hears,
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10 days ago
Itatw70s
The only truth I know is that humanity needs a Paradigm Shift to excel at living well and peacefully. So many problems that I have to hear at work from the internet sites that my manager and some others tune to. There are some sad, sad people in the world and many of them post their fruitlessness online. I don't enjoy insanity. I have been working for many years to OVERCOME my own kind of insanit
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