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2 days ago
drrayeye
was and probably is a racist--me too. I can't speak for him, but I've been working on it for my whole life. With a pseudonym like "Peter Hill," you're probably an expert on the principle, but IMO, I'm a better candidate for "unconscious racism." Ray
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
drrayeye
Perhaps because she's under 30--who know? She refers to the consensus of scientists as expressed in IPCC 2018 and supporting reports: She may not be a cowboy, but she earned her spurs in Congress yesterday. Ray
Forum: Global Village
2 days ago
drrayeye
Thanks, Tom, Very interesting--and well described. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drrayeye
Daniel, I think the background and overview of ayahuasca in your new book are very helpful, but I'd like to go a bit further. As I've come to understand it, the term "ayahuasca" really represents a family of plant preparation admixtures that include sources of DMT as a psychoactive ingredient and other non psychoactive ingredients that may or may not have been possible to extract.
Forum: Author of the Month
3 days ago
drrayeye
NASA, or the IPCC, or the Union of concerned scientists, or Nature, or National Geographic, but I guess a Pepperdine guy talking at Hillsdale for an hour knows it best, Brian#3? You'd do better listening to Greta (it's just a minute+): Ray
Forum: Global Village
3 days ago
drrayeye
Pancho, Does that apply to those on GHMB that use that name sometimes? Ray
Forum: Global Village
3 days ago
drrayeye
Pete, I think you can find pretty much everything in this one monologue: Ray
Forum: Global Village
3 days ago
drrayeye
true-true, but some colors are less popular than white . . . Ray
Forum: Global Village
3 days ago
drrayeye
Even if there wasn't such graphic evidence, white skinned Trudeau, along with all the rest of us white skinned folk, is racist. In some, it's overt. For the rest of us, it's been called "unconscious racism." Here in the United States, we've been forced to address racism through sheer numbers. Where I live, that's a consortium of blacks, whites, asians, and latinos--but even that m
Forum: Global Village
3 days ago
drrayeye
QuoteSixteen-year-old Greta Thunberg, in a special address Wednesday evening, told Congress that when it comes to climate change, “This is the time to wake up.” “This is not the time and place for dreams, this is the time to wake up,” Thunberg said, standing on a makeshift step stool addressing a crowd of a couple hundred lawmakers, members of the public, and journalists. “This is the moment i
Forum: Global Village
3 days ago
drrayeye
Susan, GHMB provides real opportunities to learn. This thread is a good example. I've found things to share with friends--face to face--on the "outside." It's entirely up to you how much or in what way you'll participate. This thread seems very timely to me. I attended a "celebration of life" for an 83 year old--and spent much of Sunday hearing more stories from he
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
drrayeye
Michael, It's hard to think of time as continuous and full ratio. Does time go from negative infinity to positive infinity. Is it linear--or does it curve around? Is time a forth dimension? What exactly is a dimension? This is all very confusing to me . . . Ray
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drrayeye
Warwick, Scientists are only loosely associated with universities. They are highly concentrated in Federal activities where they are easy to control and muzzle. What's upset the apple cart everywhere is the requirement for a global solution. Ray
Forum: Global Village
4 days ago
drrayeye
Susan: I'd just like to add that if anyone can come up with a really interesting idea, an alternative, for how I can fill the time I spend here, I'll be an ex-poster! And I'm not just being flippant - I'm serious. Ray: If "here" means on this earth, I'd suggest you consider Pascal's suggestions. If "here" means GHMB, I'd suggest you take the opportunity to lear
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drrayeye
Warwick, My thinking was focused on local pollution and environmental degradation through the sixties and into the seventies--with a clear moral twist: It was the satellite information of the 1980's that led to the creation of an earth science group within NASA, and an international body called the IPCC. Here's how the science part developed from the NASA perspective: Even thoug
Forum: Global Village
4 days ago
drrayeye
Susan, I gave you two links on Pascal's wager, quoting from the first. I mentioned the second to Eddie--trying to get more detail in the discussion. You butted in with a comment that obviously wasn't informed by either link. I suggested it to Eddie because it fit his interests and background. I think Pascal's wager is a very good challenge to you. I'm not preventing you from following
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drrayeye
Thought I was in Global Village for a moment . . . Here's the American version: Ray
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drrayeye
Susan, This Pascal write-up requires a decent foundation in Math and scientific thinking. It introduces outcomes based decision making. It's not your cup of tea. Ray Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Whatever Pascal did or did not know, he was living > at a time when knowledge of satellite > communication, Voyagers 1 and 2, ne
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drrayeye
Eddie, Pascal was a great scientist, creating some of the tools one still uses in economics--and the stock market you religiously follow--and a very practical common sense Christian. His wager, expressed in three different ways, may not be what you expected. He understood the difference between Christian belief-and the Christian way of life--and expressed it from the perspective of science
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drrayeye
and looking to their future, it's not the climate scientists that are in a panic, Brian#3. When we were 16, we didn't trust anyone over thirty either. Here's the old guy with this new generation: Ray
Forum: Global Village
4 days ago
drrayeye
For you, Eddie, The beginning of decision making in economics: Ray
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drrayeye
Despite being persuaded by the neocons to provoke on nearly every possible flashpoint in the world: N. Korea, Yemen, Syria, Iran, Israel, Afghanistan, Russia, Donald has been able to keep us out of war when almost any other President would have succumbed within the first six months. Bolton has bolted--what will the neocons do now? Donald clearly wants us to make money--not war. It may b
Forum: Global Village
4 days ago
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
5 days ago
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
5 days ago
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
5 days ago
drrayeye
56. Oh Oh
another one of those "whoops" moments. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
5 days ago
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
5 days ago
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
5 days ago
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
5 days ago
drrayeye
Brian#3, You don't need to be a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. Ray
Forum: Global Village
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