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17 years ago
fiascohoho
To cut to the quick, Wireless..., the real purpose of "thinking" is to assess the information we are being flooded with, second to second, from our external sensory inputs; our internal sensory inputs ;and most importantly, if you can stem the flow of these inferior intrusions..., the ever-present ripples of the cosmic consciousness: from this all art flows, all real science origina
Forum: Inner Space
17 years ago
fiascohoho
This has been an informative and thought-provoking post all round, Gene, many thanks, Fiasco.
Forum: Inner Space
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Gene, I would suggest that 'knowing' is itself a form of 'belief'; it is a form of belief based on the rational process. But the rational process is simply a technique to relate the often seemingly disparate information relayed to us from sensorial input, eg: although the sun appears to revolve around the earth, the rational process determines that it must be the other way around as this equa
Forum: Inner Space
16 years ago
fiascohoho
A "singularity" is by definition a "unique-ularity"[ a one-time event ]; so it is theoretically impossible for TWO singularities to meet- they would automatically become " dualities". All this largely Hawking inspired speculation about 'singularities', 'black holes' , 'unifying theories' is simply the effluvia of ossified academic minds devoid of - to use a singula
Forum: Science & Space
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi IanG, It is my belief that the "Big Bang" theory was first coined by Fred Hoyle circa 1950, a little before Prof. Hawking first wheelchaired centre stage. I also believe it is as yet, unsubstantiated. MY inquiry here was not flippant or irreverentially intended..., it is just that despite Hawkings celebrity- sometimes hailed as the new Einstein- I have not as yet come across an or
Forum: Science & Space
16 years ago
fiascohoho
I'm just hazarding a guess here, but I think what he is now suggesting is: that in accordance with 'chronic fatigue theory', black holes only emit sub-atomic particles until their exhaustion is commensurate with their rate of implosion? cheers,
Forum: Science & Space
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Does anybody here know of any significant and substantiated contribution Stephen Hawking has ever made to our understanding of the cosmos?? curious,
Forum: Science & Space
16 years ago
fiascohoho
........a palaeolithic 'crop circle'?? HoHo.
Forum: Science & Space
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Michael, This guy is an aussie kook- a little like you and I; He has tuned into something that is a real event- but his anger at humanity has destroyed any sense of objectivity. The "transit of Venus' on June 8 may well be an event that brings similar, monumental changes to life on earth..., but they are BENIGN, not malign. Hopefully, HoHo.
Forum: Science & Space
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Guys, The strangest feature of all the close-up photograps on Mars is to me......, the number of ROCKS of every size EVERYWHERE. Why should this be??[ in my country there are similar landscapes but it's almost always volcanic activity ]. Any ideas?? HoHo.
Forum: Science & Space
16 years ago
fiascohoho
I think this will prove to be a very accurate prediction David.....; And I would suggest there is some mileage in analysing why the citizens of this continent are assuming such an increasingly eminent role in human affairs[ just look at movies for a starter ]. And there is another very curious phenomena in military affairs: The Australian contingent in Iraque is comparitively small- [ usual
Forum: Global Village
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Now as I see it...,the trouble here Geoff is you're just too darn suspicious. I mean imagining 'scientists just trying to get ahead of themselves' .?This is very unscientific Geoff..., the last thing any scientist worth his salt does is 'jump the gun'. I mean that's for visionaries like Hancock et al. Ya gotta have a li'l more faith Geoff...,scientista ain't all bad; they're just a liittle slo
Forum: Global Village
16 years ago
fiascohoho
You omitted to mention the "Australians" Maria, who are unobtrusively acquiring the expertise to become in time, the pre-eminent English speaking nation.
Forum: Global Village
16 years ago
fiascohoho
Well Nicholas Cage is certainly the perfect nonentity to represent the 'Illuminati"- who else could be so absolutely vacuous? HoHo.
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Initially, it just seemed that the most powerful man in the world was severly intellectually challenged...., but it has become increasingly clear in recent months that that most elegant and historically rich of American abodes- the White House- is inhabited by a homicidal maniac. It was apparent to many concerned citizens here, and I imagine everywhere, that the cavalier invasion of the soverei
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Hoppy, That old Qantas[ no 'u' in Qantas hoppy ]Super Connie will be in the Qantas Museum at Longreach in Queensland. I tried to get an image of it on Google but no success. best, Fiasco.
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Guy, ........."Semi-retired Court Jester" Cheers, Fiasco.
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Gee Ananda...., There's some pretty heavy stuff here....; ...about the only one I'm not guilty of is singing publicly in a strapless swimsuit in my patent leather shoes while slurping my soup through my fake moustache at church on sundays...., How lucky can you get?? Amazing, Fiasco.
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Don, There is an English immigrant in Western Australia who has set up his own "Hutt River Principality"..., he calls himself Prince Leonard. He has his own stamps, coinage etc and while making a mint out of tourism, doesn't seem to be bothered by the federal government. I presume he pays taxes, rates etc but it's probably done on the quiet. He has not as yet declared war on anyb
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Mark..., This is a little off-topic as regards an omnipotent 'god'..., but nonetherless incredibly important as to familial relationships down here. I too, as the one-time male hausfrau, have experienced great remorse at having had to protect a younger female child from an overly loving elder brother- she was his favourite toy but he didn't seem to realise that you couldn't pull her apart
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Margaret, ......have you any idea what this omniscient.., this all-encompassing entity that you call GOD, has to do out there?? Have you any concept of the thousands of billions of stars and planets and their almost infinite encumbent populi that this diligent , caring, ever sympathetic entity has to deal with out there??? Don't you ever feel a twinge guilt at distracting his cosmic manoeve
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Rob, I don't know whether you've seen the 'Passion'? In my opinion it is a remarkable film; the recreation of biblical places, characters, and the use of aramaaic and latin speech...., was masterly. Unfortunately Mel...., is tortured with the guilt of his 'catholic' background and his own misdeamenors. What results finally, is an attempt by Mel the sinner to impose his own imperfections, to m
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Rob, I perhaps should qualify my response. I believe that there are innumerable 'deities' out there of all persuasions whose chosen vocation is to assist humanity in its progress towards a wholly spiritual life; I call them the 'heirarchy, or ascendent masters- doesn't really matter but they are there to answer our genuine concerns. And they perhaps have communion with that inconcievable immen
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Rob, Curiously, 'fundamental atheists' don't seem to have much trouble comunicating with fellow human beings who may 'believe'; basically, they're less judgemental...., they accept the possibility of genuine belief. AS to my belief in GOD...................? I believe there is an immeasurable..., an incomprehensible intelligence of such immensity that for any of us who dwell here on this o
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
NO......................, BUT ALL FUNDAMENTALISTS ARE TERRORISTS; Their oblivion to everything other than their myopic obssession with obsolete GODS of one persuasion or another, is a form of intimidation to those of us who are interested in the welfare of our fellow men on this most benign of planets. F.
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi JDM, You could well be right with all this...; the problem is that very few of us are qualified to assess this kind of material- it's not just a matter of perception which, finely honed can determine the validity of most things. It can across as obssessional on your part, but I for one give you the benefit of the doubt; and hope that you don't lose heart by the lack of response to your posts
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Exactly..., cheers, F
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Rob.., I'm not sure whether this is a jestful request or something more profound. You ask..., where did I get 'this knowledge'? I have, like most people here, read prodigiously: the authors I have found significant are people like Gurdjieff; Ouspensky; Steiner..., and perhaps in the final analysis, Castaneda. But I have to insist, that my conclusions are simply re-affirmations of things that
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Geoff..., You may be right here[ probably are], but there is one other intelligence that needs to be considered, the planetary mind itself- GAIA. I have a firm conviction that there is an over-riding intelligence that finally determines the fates of nations and petty tyrants who seek to shackle the human spirit: Not that ineffectual and totally redundant entity that some refer to as 'god'.
Forum: Global Village
17 years ago
fiascohoho
.....er, ....no Kimberley: It this is true it would be the very last thing to be desired; [ this would really put the UN in 'jeopardy' ]. best, F.
Forum: Global Village
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