posted on Dec, 5 2016 @ 02:46 AM
a reply to: Tuomptonite
My interpretation of a story about biased interpretation of data? Jk.
As I took what he and others said about the control loop, it's much bigger than what you describe. The hidden hand in a cloaking device an entire
simulated environment maybe even. That magnitude.
The experiment was a single dip with the toe into the flow. It was bound to fail because it wasn't brave enough.
If I shift my focus I start seeing different things. To quantify that data with all the unknown possibilities is next to impossible. If you imagine
the "intellectual, spiritual, mental, artistical, imaginary..." reality of many people. There you start your calculation with 7,4 billion. For each
one are story lines laid out, with decision cross roads, more than one, like I don't know, in what frequence you make life influencing decisions? It
gets a lot if you start thinking about it. Billions at least per 7,4 billions folders. That's an insane game of chance. Or you use attachments, record
devices, so you can just access where you want to interfere and then look through the records. Much more efficient.
Which is the equivalent of me saying, the very thing you know nothing about other than it to deceive and mislead you to hide it's identity, will know
you want proof. What would you command, if you're the Queen hidden behind the curtain? Exactly, "just ignore it".
Add: even in a best case scenario he only would have found out what he already knows.
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