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Today
drew
Timing is everything, isn't it Tom? Your tale offers up the consequences when we ignore the moment when things are set to begin. I used to say that 'things not begun' are like elastic bands that stretch and stretch until the moment begins, and sometimes it is a swift return to catch up to where time should be...possibly causing whiplash, or in the least, missing all the wonderful scenery along
Forum: Inner Space
Today
drew
A grandma always got us to the train station, airport, bus station at least an hour before the departure time, even though all three places were under half an hour's drive from the grandparent's home. "If something happens to the car on the way in, we'd have to call someone to come pick us up and take us the rest of the way." I have rarely followed her lead to that extent, and I s
Forum: Inner Space
Today
drew
Dream big indeed haha! Hmm...nice tale, Tom. Let's see now...it looks like everything comes down to the clock, doesn't it, as being the beginning of an adventure filled with all manner of obstacles and dangers that had never been had before in one's life. So, looks to be about time a roller coaster was had to shake things up a bit. The end result is being robbed, not stabbed or killed, so s
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drew
Hi Tom I reckon the worst thing we can do in our movements through our day is to have too much self inspection connected to what we come across in our surroundings that are just general and not directed at us at all. Sure, things can make us think if there is something worth grasping, otherwise it is all just part of the background of life, isn't it? I'd say we all could be 'the fridge afte
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drew
Extremophiles are around Even got one that could do us some good making electricity
Forum: Science & Space
Yesterday
drew
Yeah...I have forgotten why you are in this site...write the words down that defines it, will you? And here's a pat on the head in the meantime, girl. Go tell someone else about other matters...
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drew
QuoteSusan wrote... something... Ah.
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
drew
IN wondering if archetypes are all the same, I did a check of 'modern archetypes' and found a new list haha! I'm still curious about the introduction: "In our day and age new archetypical positions are being taken. Sometimes from a position of strength, often acting from a pathological cramp with little dimension. Yes, quite sad. This cramp is the modern archetype." I couldn't be
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drew
Hmm...I guess the only difference between a Tulpa and a Golem is how they are formed and the thought controlling one, while a spell controls the other. Quite a strange thing when the thought is the spell, and yet both respond to a change of mind. You know...no matter how much we may wish something, most times pure focus is nothing but a thought trapped inside the skull, and quite the physical
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drew
Bugger...well, there is no use you hanging around this murky area of the pond where what really matters in life is being muddied even further. My apologies for taking your topic off-track and not having something worth while for you to distract yourself with. I'm having a beer with mates later, and I'll 'cheers to you', and know you'll never forget the memories you have of your mates.
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drew
Hi Mel You know, when you're on the equator, the northern and southern circumpolar points are on the horizon, so no stars are hidden from view as all stars turn about those points. And you know Sirius has a role to play in flood myths...inundation of the Nile was signaled by Sirius appearing on the horizon before the Sun. That's an annual flood having its beginnings down in the lands surrou
Forum: Mysteries
2 days ago
drew
What I am referring to is your openness to use your own words to contradict yourself and not see the contradictions as failing anywhere or in anything, but as your own success that just doesn't appear as such to anyone but yourself or those very much like you...and yet even they keep their distance. "What Ron writes sounds very much like self-delusion to me." And yet your many pos
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drew
The confidence to be wrong leads people to try the most outlandish things when all reason offers up failure might be too great a thing to deal with...hence the myth of a mariner's journey facing losing some of his crew or the entire ship and all aboard...accepting when we are wrong can certainly mean losing a little or losing a lot, no matter what we are trying for, hence Scylla and Charybdis.
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drew
Psychological studies on attitudes and attitude change have found that participants are reluctant to reduce their confidence in an estimate that they have made even after they receive new information that goes against their original estimate. Researchers have hypothesized that this "inertia effect" is due to participants' psychological commitment to their initial judgments. You're he
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
drew
"Australians Are Lending Their Weight to Get Shrooms and MDMA Rescheduled" Currently, folk who travel to certain areas to gather certain mushrooms have their vehicles and property inspected and shrooms found are confiscated by the police. Considering the beneficial effects to people, we might end up having a new policy for dealing not only with those who need such medicinal propertie
Forum: Author of the Month
3 days ago
drew
Hi Derek I would be over the moon if the figure 88.62269 (rounded to 5 decimal places) was found because square-root of pi divided by 2 equals 0.886226925452758 (rounded to 15 decimal places) Employing faux-pi of 22/7, the result is 0.8864 (rounded), and some folk like (88 + 64 =) 152 for some things, especially a small extension of it as (15 x 2 =) 30. Cheers
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
drew
Hi Laird I quite like the references in the histories of various cultures that speak of a far ancient culture that kind of vanished from the face of the world, either through self destruction, as a result of natural calamities, or defined that their place was not right for the settings of the time and so gave up their ways and minimized their effects and affects. I have a vague recollection
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
drew
What is it that makes an ego fragile? I'd say it comes from resignation in seeing less in one's self, and a determination to hide that as much as possible by perceiving less in others. Hence your post which did nothing at all toward the topic or the very post you were responding to: "But this is a discussion board, you know! Do you really expect your posts to be deferentially read a
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
drew
Are you reading something you do not like, and have to attack the poster, Susan? And the message?...years and years of it....I have saved messages from my Moderator days where you come up quite often because you do then what you keep doing now, and I have had enough of your outbursts, and I think others have had enough too.I guess your future interactions with certain kinds of folk will have them
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
drew
I am terrible at explaining some things...but I try...
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
drew
No matter how many archetypes I may call on, there is only one which would accept such a conundrum: the Innocent Child. All others would either argue or agree that Denial of Reason is very tricky or not tricky at all. Reason is necessary to accept or deny reason, and it becomes a loop of nonsense prevalent upon just one integrated and instrumental thing: am I awake or am I dreaming? I am a
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
drew
The tale about school and math showed that in a step-by-step motion to go from a formula to an answer where there are 3 steps involved had me reconfigure the first and last steps a little and be able to completely do away with the middle step. In the twin-universe offering, what we have is the middle step being a transitional point separating one universe from the other, where one universe gains
Forum: Mysteries
5 days ago
drew
I don't know Tom...you might be an innocent child too haha ;)
Forum: Inner Space
5 days ago
drew
Sheesh, Yve, but that's quite a concept...which does have quite the possibility in explaining some things. Tulpas, hey...hmm... If archetypes are few, as personalities, situations or occasions, and experiences, then we all can act differently or similarly in such various moments which should offer quite the array of understandings and things to learn not just from but about. In reading you tak
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
drew
Beautiful. Thanks Ray :)
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
drew
Uploading? The Lawnmower Man muah hahaha
Forum: Science & Space
6 days ago
drew
Is it a marvelous thing to know what one believes in, or what another believes in for us? The news had one of those items about a school for the disabled and how it has been difficult in Victoria for quite the many when it came to lockdowns and sanitisation of places when outbreaks of the virus sprang up. It showed lots of lovely kids of all kinds gleefully interacting with each other after no
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
drew
Some things are not meant to be seen Those dammed frogs are in the way...
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
drew
nah....87.59692. If it were 88.62269,I would be squaring the circle.
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
drew
Whoa there Ron...a hint of some regressive form of life that may abide within the deep recesses of rocks built space ships? Ah...
Forum: Inner Space
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