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2 years ago
tayga
I don’t think people, in general, like to turn their attention towards themselves and this might be why a majority of educated and/or intelligent people embrace a materialist explanation of the world, focussing all of their attention outwards, without really interrogating it. Of course, this isn’t universally true and this is why some muse and speculate about ‘non-physical ideas’ but whether it’
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
tayga
How can you fulfil a purpose unless you know what it is? Is there a definite purpose of things is or is it something you invent for yourself?
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
tayga
ianw16 Wrote: > Mathis is a complete clown. > > I spent a long time studying Mathis and found him to be hyperintelligent but his models just don't make sense so I abandoned him. rationwiki is a joke, though. Some gatekeeper has grabbed a domain name to make themselves sound like some sort of authority on what's right. It's hateful, bigoted nonsense. It often uses the prefix
Forum: Science & Space
2 years ago
tayga
I wrestled with trying to understand QM for decades and I was never satisfied by the trite answers about no-one being able to understand it. I struggled with it through a chemistry BSc and PhD, when I taught undergraduates, and also during a second BSc I took to try to get a grip on QM. Based on what I’ve found and now try to promote, I think that there is an incorrect basic assumption which m
Forum: Science & Space
2 years ago
tayga
I wrestled with trying to understand QM for decades and I was never satisfied by the trite answers about no-one being able to understand it. I struggled with it through a chemistry BSc and PhD, when I taught undergraduates, and also during a second BSc I took to try to get a grip on QM. Based on what I’ve found and now try to promote, I think that there is an incorrect basic assumption which m
Forum: Science & Space
2 years ago
tayga
Race Jackson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The admin team holds that the Electric Universe > theory is mostly wrong, and thus does not belong > on the Science board. Same reasoning that any > thread that might be considered panspermia ends up > here. Anything that does not fit elsewhere ends up > here. For example: > "Alien"
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
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