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    Priestess Of Syrinx Katsuni's Avatar
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    Tinker, yeu has an abnormal brain, I must confinscate it and use it to power my creations, twin monsters I have named Frank and Stein. I figure I should only need to give them half a brain each since yeu're having such big thoughts.

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    I have an abnormal brain do I, my former boss who was not Mr creative used to rip the piss out of my whacked outness.

    Email exchange the other day (what thought was, was in my head by this point, he has the IQ of about 160 - don't know which scale - but basically bright)....

    He hadn't picked up on an earlier question I had sent him on the subject....

    Me .... "Now do you think you think in sounds?"
    Him .... "That kind of question stops me in my tracks...!...
    I have no idea and I would have to think about it for days to answer it."
    Me: ...."Sorry, I did throw you the question earlier"
    Him:... "the Ulesses quote"
    Me:... yes...

    EOM's

    Finally about an hour late...

    Him:..."Did you know tha U is the most unfinished book that people start Reading then give up."

    I took that as a compliamnet, although I'm a bit worried about the people giving up bit...

    I think every one need a whole brain to give Fran and Moster a brain each.. you can hunt for someone to inhabit monster, I can be frank....

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I'ld say today we believe the world is fat, therefore no big leap
    LOL - you're wicked...

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    "The world is flat."
    "Dude, what about rocks and stuff?"
    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    Rocks are flat too, wolfie. They just APPEAR otherwise as we're mistakingly defining them using 3 dimensional mathematics, whereas if we'd just defined them using 2 dimensional maths, we wouldn't have this problem at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katsuni View Post
    Rocks are flat too, wolfie. They just APPEAR otherwise as we're mistakingly defining them using 3 dimensional mathematics, whereas if we'd just defined them using 2 dimensional maths, we wouldn't have this problem at all.
    Marry me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Marry me!
    XD

    I'd need an engagement ring first of course. I won't accept anything but the very O-ring that caused the challanger to explode.

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    The very idea that we can overcome delusion itself, perhaps? At some level, if we look past all the delusions, there's nothing left. It's really just an exercise in continually tearing them down and rebuilding them with more complexity based on what we've learned from past experience to see if we can make more comfortable delusions.

    In other words, life isn't about destroying illusion. It's about learning to create the illusions that comfort us the most. Ironically, one of the more comforting ones is failing to be aware of this fact.

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    what will be obsolete in the future? science and religion being perceived as mutually exclusive.




    maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    Right now we can measure thought, we have no idea what thought looks like as a construct.... (sorry thoughts are my big thing this week)
    According to MBTI/Jung thoughts vary depending on the type of the person. For example Ne seems quantum mechanical in nature. It's something like an electron shell with a wide variety of possibilities. Ti on the other hand is dogmatically linear in nature. That is my viewpoint right now anyway. Perhaps I will be corrected of my foolishness in the future.
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