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In the Beginning by AlienCl0NE on April 23rd, 2011, 12:55 am
And the CREATOR, the only Wise and Eternal ONE, whose being is a LIGHT that no man can perceive nor approach.

"God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth." John 4:24KJV

"And he answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female,"[b] Matt 19:4[/b]

"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." John 1:1

And behold, "Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder." Matt 19:6

And behold, a virgin shall conceive, CHRIST the Living Universe, the Living God was made in His parents image, after their likeness, who was born in the physical and whom is the Spirit of Truth, who is the only begotten Son of God. And CHRIST formed...

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The Possibility of Aesthetic Realism – Phillip Pettit by Zin5ki on March 8th, 2011, 5:55 pm
(From Pleasure, Preference and Value).

The suggestion that aesthetic properties can be seen, in a realistic fashion, as both essentially perceptual and perceptually elusive is made in an innocuous fashion here. Pettit outlines the notion of positioning an artwork amongst a varying set of others to overcome the obstacle posed to the realist by these two criteria, and nips at the bud an immediate anti-realist objection to this claim by showing why such positionings are constrained in specific ways.

Our leanings towards a realist account of aesthetic properties, perhaps in my case restricted to the non-evaluative (but nonetheless distinctly aesthetic) ones, is well-served by Pettit’s overview.

Nevertheless, what is not presented is a refutation of anti-realism, as the essay’s title may suggest.

It is not beyond plausibility that the construction of both the positioning in which works can be perceived ‘within’ a refer...

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Confessions of a Disgruntled Misanthrope by Anonymous on December 21st, 2011, 9:45 pm
Ludwig Wittgenstein said that explanations have to end somewhere. But, how can we know where that "somewhere" is? The horizon marks the boundary between the earth and sky; and yet, ...well the point is clear. The "somewhere" I seek may just be an artifact of perception, like the horizon. But; first things first: on a personal note I'm such a misanthrope that ordinary social considerations don't matter much to me. This affords me sufficient time to be annoyed and troubled by recondite philosophical questions. I live vicariously through the angst generated by them. Yet, however "recondite", they may be I manage to clothe such questions within my own skin. Psychoanalysts, if there are such people would probably render a dire assessment of my sexual proclivities if they knew how intimately these musings intertwine with my viscera. "Musings" and flatulence, not to mention "arousal" are sometimes hard to distinguish: each churning away under layers...

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The way we think by Desipere on December 4th, 2012, 4:40 am
In my Words Theory I postulate, that our thinking is all about diffraction of cosmic rays on the "grating" of our brains. The grating is simply our cerebral cortex, built of 6 layers, thick 3 mm, and with very sophisticated folded surface covered with grooves.


It only confirms one of the basic laws of Nature, that all our thinking comes from outside.

How does it work?

From Physics we already know, that any mass particle, could be also considered as a packet of waves. Louis de Broglie in 1929 won the Nobel Prize in Physics, for his theory confirmed in experiments that sometimes particles behave as matter and sometimes as waves.

Taking that theory under account, any particle of cosmic ray which consist of 89% hydrogen nuclei, 10% of helium nuclei and 1% are the nuclei of heavier elements - is a stream of waves. That stream of waves goes...

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Introducing Chia, a small, girl scientist by Chia on July 25th, 2009, 9:39 pm
Hi, this is the blog of Chia, a small girl who loves science. She's 6 years old and is in the process of learning a lot of things at once. This is her blog, where she will write about science, her education, and other things of interest to her. Her first report is upcoming, and will be about her chosen topic, ponies.

Please be gentle. She's very small and she's a smart girl but is unfamiliar (naturally) with the process of blogging, so she's learning.

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