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Don't tell me, I can do it myself by rko619 on September 14th, 2009, 4:11 pm
people are constantly telling us information (eg. teachers/doctors/scientist) if this happens it takes away our natural ability to "think for our selves" for example,

At school we have to follow what's called PLTS, which include Effective particpator, Independent Thinker ect. at the end of a lesson we have to say which of these we have been during the lesson (there are 5 PLTS) . This is generally done in groups, if you said I have effectively participated in team worker, you are therefore becoming an independent thinker, then u put your hand up and say this becoming a self manager. See where I'm going? to do this we use them all, ruling out there need to say them to the teacher. Also sometimes the teacher will tell us which one we have been, but this takes away the need for Natural intuition and the use of an "independent thinker" skill. In time this will cause lack of creative mind thus slowing natural selection to a close and stopping all human evolution. lol, Schools...

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Actuality by lisa7quantum on May 15th, 2009, 12:56 am
In the Mindset of Actuality

Reality asks the question what is real, could we consider what is actual. I mean the things that bring truth to the personal existence we have individually, our body and our thoughts as one. As quantum mechanics suggests the mechanistic view on a subatomic level. We have the idea in the Western world that we are subservient to a god of all creation or are we the masters of our own fate. Then again are we just apart of the whole? We cannot accept that suffering is something malleable outside of ourselves. We can handle self deprivation or even the doubt or question of reality. And maybe willingly allow these things to happen to ourselves. But, let’s bring up the argument of the Holocaust, the torture and murder of 6 million. One can imagine the suffering on a personal level as to see the ties or attachments we have to nourishment and comfort, perhaps everything we experience would question our limits of tolerance or strength. We can choose to let go o...

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Skewed views of science by Sisyphus on October 22nd, 2009, 8:49 pm
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What is True? by blockofwood on December 29th, 2010, 11:26 pm
What is True?

What makes something true?
For something to be true, does it need to exist?
Is there anything that does not exist but is true?
Does existence mean that something is true?
Does nonexistence mean that something is not true?
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roasting hot-dogs over a tire fire... by Char0n on August 29th, 2014, 1:59 am
there are reasons we sleep and there are lunacies that do more than glow in the dark... half of the time its about this mad mad mad mad world and the treasures burried out in the desert by the same shovels that smacked jimmy hoffa around before he ended up where ever him and the other Atlantian's ended up when the sea opened up and swallowed all that poison that we are supposed to clap to antidote...
it seems to me that smart stuff doesn't add up to much but more of the same radical 'ego centric' universal cosmic fractal score rationale that points at the scoreboard when it comes to trash and all the talk of the end of the world that always just skins our teeth... then again... maybe all those who leak off of edges into their own little corners of the world only ever must remember to wash their hands before going back to work...
i mean if the horror of the construct is so much that monstrosity of a kinetic sculpture that really shouldn't work at all... and if all of the self centered...

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