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13 days ago
drrayeye
121. My niche
Certain days, set aside, when I can interact with emails, Googles, and Youtubes uninterrupted in front of a big screen with great audio. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
13 days ago
drrayeye
Mark, you're taking the fantasies of speculating astro-physicists way too seriously and profoundly under-estimating the challenges of simulations to do more than emulate. Wherever these entities might be measured n space/time, they could be immediately in contact with us on earth wherever they are, in terms of quantum entanglement: Multiverses have been proposed as astronomical specu
Forum: Inner Space
13 days ago
drrayeye
Malc, Those of us who study visual perception are aware that we can teach ourselves to look at the world as it really is, or as our brain sees it. Learning to see it as the brain sees it was through analytic introspection, referred to by E. B. Titchener as structuralism. A good description of difference was described by JJ "Jimmy" Gibson years ago in this book, Chapter 3: The v
Forum: Inner Space
13 days ago
drrayeye
Susan, If you had any serious interest in the study of death and dying, you'd already know about Dr. Fenwick and his many books: I'm certain that neither you nor Tom have listened to his Youtube: Do you just go through life hand waving? Ray
Forum: Inner Space
13 days ago
drrayeye
Look at this, Yve: Ray
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
13 days ago
drrayeye
No, Tom, you don't have it correct. There is an electrical impulse generated by depolarization across a cell wall, but not iron--mostly sodium and potassium--mostly depolarized chemically: Ray
Forum: Inner Space
14 days ago
drrayeye
Susan, You said: "Cells in our body make the energy They have evolved to do this over billions of years and are still doing this in every generation since our homo sapiens-sapiens or whatever one wants to call it, human species became a part of life. If you do not believe this, why is that? Why do you need to add some mystical aspect to it? Are you dissatisfied with life? All of us hav
Forum: Inner Space
14 days ago
drrayeye
Oh no, Not Richard Dawkins, too? After all these years promoting change by chance, he's ready to embrace this science fiction creationism with hardly a whimper. He's uncomfortable when he should be outraged. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
drrayeye
129. Agreed
Have you seen this, Tom? Ray
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
drrayeye
Catherine, I have my own reasons for wanting a strong genetic hand me down. Are you familiar with Penrose and Hameroff? Ray
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
drrayeye
Texas would be a completely different state, Jacob. It's as simple as that. Ray
Forum: Global Village
15 days ago
drrayeye
You say: Our brain is created by genetics from previous generations and we inherit aspects of our personality from these genetics even down to the way we think. Not exactly. Consider what Hubel and Weisel found: QuoteIn the 1960s and 1970s, the pioneering studies of Torsten Wiesel (1924 - ) and David Hubel (1926- ) revealed the pattern of organization of brain cells that process vision
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
drrayeye
Guns are a symptom--not cause. You cowboys have a deeper problem Jacob: Basic trust in your fellow man That losing goes far beyond your Texas borders. Ray
Forum: Global Village
15 days ago
drrayeye
The heroic folk version: Alternative Kingston trio version (fits your narrative) Ray
Forum: Global Village
15 days ago
drrayeye
Here's a translation for you, Jacob: On the range, a gun is as essential as spurs, saddle, and lasso. At the ranch, you always need to be ready to join a posse and chase those rustlers. Almost everything a cowboy wants to do in town doesn't work with guns. Every Mamma knows that. If Mamma finds out her cowboy son is headed for Cbicago, she just shakes her head . . . Chicago is not
Forum: Global Village
15 days ago
drrayeye
Like Donald, but don't confuse that with racism, Brian#3. In his life, and in his politics, Joe is a clearly positive alternative to Donald, but they are both at least 20 years too old. Maybe 30. Ray
Forum: Global Village
15 days ago
drrayeye
137. Yup
WOW, Jacob, The MAMMAS in Texas have their hands full--and that Johnny Cash story is especially true with Texas cowboys. Makes me appreciate this song a little more: Ray
Forum: Global Village
15 days ago
drrayeye
and no cowboy MAMAS to tell their kids to leave their guns at home. Ray
Forum: Global Village
15 days ago
drrayeye
Hi Madeleine, The "Unpacking" Youtube dialog I posted discusses the evidence they uncovered, and none of it relates to your work. You might find it interesting anyway. Ray
Forum: Mysteries
15 days ago
drrayeye
Very thoughtfully expressed, Tom Ray
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
drrayeye
141. Sorry
IMO, Once these guys face up to the weirdness of the quantum world, fundamental unsolved questions in genetic and dna coding--not to mention the transformation of non living materials to living beings, those simulators will have to start all over-after a couple of Kuhnian revolutions. Self respecting atheists are becoming creationists! and it's a trap. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
drrayeye
142. Of course
Nothing of the spirit can be measured, weighed, seen, smelled, or touched. If God wasn't beyond anything I could imagine and anthropomorphize, I'd believe in something else. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
drrayeye
Would you believe Moses and/or his collaborators during captivity in Egypt? Now there's a serous documentary movie exploring that possibility called Patterns of evidence: The Moses Controversy: A dialog with the filmmaker: Ray
Forum: Mysteries
15 days ago
drrayeye
Tom, Science will always be changing, but not God. He'll always be there: English: Russian: Korean Native people (near North Pole) Ray
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
drrayeye
Scientists do science. Until you have at least a clue about what science is, better stop speculating. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
drrayeye
146. read it
Dennet's a philosopher, Tom. Not the best guy to get your science from. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
drrayeye
147. good idea
but Merle was a California guy--all his life. He's gone too. Ray
Forum: Global Village
15 days ago
drrayeye
That's in California, Brian#3, That "leave your guns at home" he wrote about applies in every state. It's as American as apple pie. Last year, we bought more guns in California than they did in Texas. Ray
Forum: Global Village
16 days ago
drrayeye
Susan started a new thread based on this question by James QuoteWhy can't religion and science both be right? Here's Susan's question: QuoteA general question: What in fact is right about religion(s)? And another: What is wrong, in general, about Science? Here's James's response: QuoteI like these questions! As far as religion in general, it tries to make people be better than th
Forum: Inner Space
16 days ago
drrayeye
We make it up as we go. Ray
Forum: Inner Space
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