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Matter and things we can't see by Gorgeri1987 on September 8th, 2016, 2:19 pm
Hi, I'm new to this so forgive me if someone is better educated then I. But I have been fascinated by Quantum Physics for a few years now. I haven't been able to do much but think and read books and websites
about it and I wondered about something some people might help think about here.

Ok so I was thinking that we all know matter and everything else is made of atoms with Protons, neutrons,
Electrons. what if we think of them not as 3rd dimensional but as 1 dimensional. And few atoms as 2 dimensional, and as much as a hand full of atoms bound together as 3 dimensional. with me so far ok.

Now how about energy, that by the way isn't created nor destroyed, when in fact we as humans can't see this
force in it natural form could that be a called 4 dimensional and if so can we not some how create a way to
harness the energy as a way for clean renewable energy to power our cities and the rest of the world.

I just want to know your thoughts on the matter and if you think its possible can...

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Victim or Victor? by weakmagneto on July 10th, 2013, 10:25 pm
Sometimes in life, people will do the most awful things to you. They will outright lie about you, take advantage of you, use your weaknesses as an opportunity to advance themselves or their ego, try to destroy you through gossip, blame, shame or violence. What’s a person to do? Should we seek revenge on them? Should we expose them for who they really are? Should we set the record straight? OR Should we be the better person and let go of their attempt to gain power over you. Let it go. These types of people are a lesson in your story. They give you experience. Feel sorry for them, they must try and hurt others in order to feel good about themselves. OR Simply, they do not have feelings and do not know the difference between wrong and right. The challenge is being the better person. Letting go of one’s ego is difficult to be sure, but can be done if we make it a choice. It is still difficult to let go of the feelings of revenge, but it is a disservice to yourself to let tho...

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Modern Music and Society by rko619 on December 12th, 2009, 8:47 am
What has happened to Music?
Its terrible.
I'm a teen and even I can see that something has gone awfully wrong. Firstly, its all depressing, no wonder suicides are up, I bet you that the only reason the banker's lost our money is because they were paying to have this sort of music stopped. Secondly None of them are original, they are all re-make's of old classics. Thirdly there isn't really any tune to modern day song's, you used to be able to get them stuck in your head for day's, but not any more.

I'd now like to raise a second point, Moral in Society is dropping faster and faster everyday, and I don't think that the recession alone is to blame, where ever we go, we hear this modern day music crap, and within minutes are suffering from manic depression! When will these Music artist's learn that in a time of Major depression, the last thing we want is more depression.

I agree that some modern music is ok and not too depressing, but, it seems that shop's and radio stations only play the...

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David Wiggins - A Sensible Subjectivism? by Zin5ki on April 24th, 2011, 10:18 am
From Foundations of ethics: an anthology. Ed. Russ Shafer-Landau and Terence Cuneo. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2007. 145-156.

I shall firstly outline the merits of Wiggins' contributions. In recognition of the failure of subjectivism to provide an analysis of what it means to say 'x is good', owing to the fact that citing such things as sentiments of approbation does not answer this question without introducing circularity through implicitly identifying such sentiments by their association to the thought that x is good, an enlightening clarification is provided. His account of the goal of subjectivism with regards to value is, or at least traditionally has been not to provide a definition of what 'good' is, but instead to provide a commentary of what, when holding x to be good, we are actually doing.
Chiefly they (subjectivists) have wanted to persuade us that, when we...

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A reminder by IamYou on August 16th, 2011, 12:39 am
I spent many decades of trying to understand how and why I AM. Then suddenly one day, about six months ago, I allowed myself to drop all of my accumulated “knowledge”, and to trust only my own experience. Almost instantly it became obvious that everything is only a reflection of what I TRULY am. It became completely obvious that I am the only one here............. and I am you.

It was clearly seen that I had become entranced with a single reflection of myself, and in so doing I had forgotten what I AM.

I stand at the centre of an infinite ring of living mirrors, and in each mirror I see a different reflection of myself. I see worlds and universes, and I see creatures of every sex, race and religion.

In every living mirror I so much identify with my reflection that I come to believe I actually am that reflection. Now, since the name and form of my reflection here has fallen away, I stare back from this reflection seeing the incredible wonder of what I am reflecting, seeing the unb...

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