posted on Sep, 4 2015 @ 03:36 AM
a reply to: Bedlam
I'm not sure what's supposed to be like the airloom here.
Sorry. To me it would be anything technological that causes a sort of "estrangement" in a person vis-à-vis
the person and the estranging
technological thingy.. I think that when the mind doesn't understand something it is observing that it is more than ready to fill in the blanks.
That's all really.
I t seems to me as though everyone is prone to this, each to his or her level of understanding the world.
I don't agree that some external mechanism is causing schizophrenia.
Right. I hadn't thought that through very much. I'm going to have to think a lot about that and get back. I mean, I don't either: what's setting me
off is what seems to be this tendency in people when faced with an absolute loss of resources to describe what they are experiencing to attribute the
whatever to some external mechanism. Until it is understood.
If there are mini-schiz tendencies in people it's because it's a common failure mechanism.
Namely, source tagging.
Yep. When you put it like that it seems like a no-brainer.
I mean, there's not just an Air Loom
, right? The Air Loom is a model for something; Some human behavioural thing. Honestly: the gangstalking
thing exemplifies this air-loom-as-model thing, that seems like a no-brainer to me.
edit on 4-9-2015 by Bybyots because: . : .