Isn't it amazing how much humour the universe has? 115GeV or less =>supersymmetry /140 GeV => multiverse.
What does the universe 125GeV => try again. It's hilarious, right? And right there it unmasked one of the, if not the fundamental truth about
If you're sure it has to be either x or y, it's probably z!
So beautiful, I love it, quite the bitchy diva, but what a universe we have! Glad and grateful should we be, it allows us to witness this sidereal
miracle we call home, father, mother, lover, enemy, crib and grave.
(Sorry for the minor philosophical eruption)
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Also yes I know I'm late, but sometimes I feel like I spent the last five years under water. Some stuff just passed me apparently.
But then again in my universe everybody knew that aluminium was spread by planes in attempt to modify the weather, here in this timeline? Not so much.
I actually think I'm closing in on a testable hypothesis about all the mindfunk some of us are or have been going through, stay tuned. You guys get to
read and try it first.
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Also out of the popular category "stuff I can tell nobody else": today I bought bread etc spent about 3€ total walk out of the shop and by three
guys having drinks on the terrace of a coffee shop, one of them "ey Chefin, wart I gib dir 3€" which means: wait I give you 3€. That's a
headscratcher right? Who was that? Why? Did he know how much I just spent?
Yes. No clue. Probably not.
That's the other absolute truth: the fundamental interconnectedness of all things doesn't require knowledge it needs a certain air of "loosening up"
openness to communicate with the flow. He sat there a tiny bit drunken maybe, in a good mood with his friends and it just came out of his mouth.
Of course I didn't take it, I said sthg puzzled and meaningless like "no thanks" and ran.
But that's not the point.
....soon I'll explain in great detail and then you can go out and see for yourself. Just another hint, the complexity of a system is your friend. Like
in marshal arts, use the momentum of your opponent against him. In the same way: the more complex the system is, the "easier" is it to manipulate,
direct proportional to the magnitude of the effect.
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