posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 02:15 AM
I am going to elaborate a little on this "problem", but not too much.
There is a game called Civilization. It is a paradigmatic strategy game.
If you attempt to play it "perfectly" you will fail.
There are people who play the game with calculators in their hands, trying very hard to "win" (to meet the set up conditions). When they win, they
feel satisfied. But, in my opinion, they have actually "missed the game".
For me, the beginning of the game is the most inspiring and thrilling. That is the time when you explore and set your strategy. Endgame is mostly
boring, because you, as a creative player, are turned into an executive of the previous decisions, driven by this imaginary "idea of winning". That
is the reason I never finish my game. Every day I start a new one...
Similar to this, I want to advise those who have reduced everything Reinhardt has offered us to whether he was right about the February 9th or not.
You should know that how we count time doesn't have anything to do with what happens in this Universe. Gods don't care how we count "our" time. If
you insist on this "punctuality" you are missing just about everything else.
Reinhardt has shown great performance in analytical thinking and processing available data in a creative way. Just look how "system" reacts to
problems: 530 people under investigation by FBI!
Where was the system before that moment, while everybody was manipulating it?
The system is reactive. The system is not creative. It cannot recognize people's intentions, it waits for them to "break" the law. That is a great
flaw of the system and it's about time we stop believing that the system "has things right". Nothing really depends on the system.
What system can't see, Reinhardt, and many of us, can see. But in relation to the system, it will always ask for "proofs" and since our proofs are
not material, it will discard them. And therefore - it will FAIL.
This is what Reinhardt work is about. It is not about predicting, it is about how things really work.
And who can be disappointed with that? Only those who actually believe that system itself holds the key to "predicting" the outcome. So they want
this clue, so they can manipulate the system and profit from it.
What they really want is the "time machine", a tool which will enable them to do things to which there is no possible reaction, something "set in
stone", to rule the day!
Being disappointed in Reinhardt is like that, you get mad because you cannot call yourself the Master of the Universe.
And that is really childish.