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originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: veracity
We are all made of stardust.
originally posted by: Holofractal
A good post which demonstrates why there is so much confusion and how this will only increase in the short term.
For every piece of information there will be another opposing piece which appears in contradiction.
The only way for people to discern the truth is to focus on first principles and focus on the big picture, from the very new to the very old, from the very large to the very small, the external physical and the internal spiritual.
I am sure that only God knows the true nature of the Universe but most people would appreciate it has fractal properties, it has holographic properties.
For every UFO video, no matter how convincing there is going to be a debunking video. There are going to be many real fakes, fake fakes, real reals and fake reals?
This is the nature of the technology as it manifests in time and space. This is the nature of consciousness. Again people need to focus on discerning the truth for themselves using a combination of logic and intuition, left brain and right brain consciousness.
originally posted by: Holofractal
"facts are only facts if they are supported by empirical evidence."
This assumes there is no problem with the scientific method.
Physical matter makes up about 5% of the universe.
95% is dark matter, dark energy.
Interdimensional technology or psychic phenomenon are not open to traditional scientific determinism.
Clearly there is a problem with the human mind system and reality perception. Thousands of people seeing ufo's. Thousands of crop circles. Millions having paranormal experiences and synchronicities. Building 7 pancakes in front of the whole world and is blamed on spot fires. Peak oil. Climate change. Global awakening or change in consciousness. There seems to be a complete inability of humanity to put all these things in context. People always come back to facts and the scientific method, determinism. If you want determinism the universe will make you a robot. You need to put all the pieces together, to be able to connect the dots.
These things relate to human consciousness. Dark energy. Nondeterminism. The wave particle duality of light. Atoms are 99.9999% empty space. Every atom with a singularity. Nonlocal in time and space. Holograms. Big bang. Everything is connected.
Consciousness is a variable. Humanity can be enlightened or they can be biorobots. Which group is represented by scientific determinism do you think? biorobots. They are all biorobots. Unable to entertain an alternative perspective. Unable to fathom the magnitude of what it means for an entire planet to be placed into a state of unconsciousness. Unable to think of what it would mean if the scientific method was shown to be flawed.
I understand your reasoning and perspective. It is a problem with ego. A problem with mass unconsciousness, with reality perception and determinism. You understand my perspective as woo woo. Do you see the difference?
Left brain, right brain. 90% of people are right handed. 90% of language function in the brain is left lateralized. Language is how people understand the universe. Language is how the ego thinks. I don't need to reference scientific studies, the evidence is blatantly obvious but only if you have the capacity to see. Most of the problem is related to the functioning of the ego which is fine with scientific determinism but does not seem able to integrate this information into the collective or become conscious of its own consciousness.
My empirical evidence is that most of humanity have become biorobots due to the reliance on scientific evidence and mass control of the population through a variety of techniques. This is a fact for me. This is knowledge I have acquired through observation and therefore is empirical evidence.
It is as impossible to convince a fractally wrong person of anything as it is to walk around the edge of the Mandelbrot set in finite time.
While arguing with these people can be amusing at times, we suggest that if you ever get embroiled in a discussion with a fractally wrong person on the Internet—in mailing lists, newsgroups, or forums—your best bet is to say your piece once and ignore any replies, thus saving yourself time.