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at least someone has been paying attention
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I also remember your a santa claus fan and you thought it was weird I didn't care for himtounge
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What got the orange talk going? I just recognized that it did when I posted that my birthday color was orange.

Is that when the orange talk got going, or was it before that and I just missed it?
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I think it was Nico and that card with orange on it1dunno1
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Good afternoon everyone :)

sun

flower flower flower
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hi axo
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When Skies Wash Ashore feels like a more intimate expression of above and below
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you notice pi your experience fits easter island story of the sky shown here \z/


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which /z\ is why i say this \z/

Good morning
cheer
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[link to youtu.be]
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good morning

i notice you notice and i like that you notice cheer
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lmao

hugs

Yes I think it will be a good day.
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i notice you notice an alteration in your emotional experience (life) as in:
your way of knowing is experiencing different knowing
this is prompted by my and others interacting with our fields different to custom thus your intuitive communication with us prompts differing field response to what you are used to because of the differencing field relationship
thus you experience your way what our fields have to tell our way as in:
a different story to traditional belief of the same events
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Like multiple kleins breathing together examining inhalations and exhalations.
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:kleinbottle:
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good morning

what are kleins
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i found kleins

Felix Klein
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Indra's Pearls: The Vision of Felix Klein

Felix Klein, a great geometer of the nineteenth century, rediscovered an idea from Hindu mythology in mathematics: the heaven of Indra in which the whole Universe was mirrored in each pearl in a net of pearls. Practically impossible to represent by hand, this idea barely existed outside the imagination, until the 1980s when the authors embarked on the first computer investigation of Klein's vision. In this extraordinary book they explore the path from some basic mathematical ideas to the simple algorithms that create delicate fractal filigrees, most appearing in print for the first time. Step-by-step instructions for writing computer programs allow beginners to generate the images.
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What got the orange talk going? I just recognized that it did when I posted that my birthday color was orange.

Is that when the orange talk got going, or was it before that and I just missed it?
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I think it was Nico and that card with orange on it1dunno1
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Just Imagine, I'm lime, the perfect accouterment for tequils; What are the chances? ;)
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David Bryant Mumford (born 11 June 1937) is an American mathematician known for distinguished work in algebraic geometry, and then for research into vision and pattern theory. He won the Fields Medal and was a MacArthur Fellow. In 2010 he was awarded the National Medal of Science. He is currently a University Professor Emeritus in the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: observation


Pattern Theory
Pattern Theory started in the 70 s with the ideas of Ulf Grenander and his school at Brown. The aim is to analyze from a statistical point of view the patterns in all signals' generated by the world, whether they be images, sounds, written text, DNA or protein strings, spike trains in neurons, time series of prices or weather, etc. Pattern theory proposes that the types of patterns and the hidden variables needed to describe these patterns found in one class of signals will often be found in the others and that their characteristic variability will be similar. The underlying idea is to find classes of stochastic models which can capture all the patterns that we see in nature, so that random samples from these models have the same look and feel' as the samples from the world itself. Then the detection of patterns in noisy and ambiguous samples can be achieved by the use of Bayes's rule, a method that can be described as �analysis by synthesis'.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.dam.brown.edu]

i`m not detecting any thought to how and why repeating processes (patterns) are repeating processes or what repeating processes exist within to be repeating processes within as in:
motive of discovery that reality possess visible structure (pasterns) that are always in motion

the reason i ask is mumford is one of the living people today who`s mathematics was discovered to have led to confirmation of a universe that never existed
as in:
mechanical tounge

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David Bryant Mumford (born 11 June 1937) is an American mathematician known for distinguished work in algebraic geometry, and then for research into vision and pattern theory. He won the Fields Medal and was a MacArthur Fellow. In 2010 he was awarded the National Medal of Science. He is currently a University Professor Emeritus in the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University
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Pattern Theory
Pattern Theory started in the 70 s with the ideas of Ulf Grenander and his school at Brown. The aim is to analyze from a statistical point of view the patterns in all signals' generated by the world, whether they be images, sounds, written text, DNA or protein strings, spike trains in neurons, time series of prices or weather, etc. Pattern theory proposes that the types of patterns and the hidden variables needed to describe these patterns found in one class of signals will often be found in the others and that their characteristic variability will be similar. The underlying idea is to find classes of stochastic models which can capture all the patterns that we see in nature, so that random samples from these models have the same look and feel' as the samples from the world itself. Then the detection of patterns in noisy and ambiguous samples can be achieved by the use of Bayes's rule, a method that can be described as �analysis by synthesis'.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.dam.brown.edu]

i`m not detecting any thought to how and why repeating processes (patterns) are repeating processes or what repeating processes exist within to be repeating processes within as in:
motive of discovery that reality possess visible structure (pasterns) that are always in motion

the reason i ask is mumford is one of the living people today who`s mathematics was discovered to have led to confirmation of a universe that never existed
as in:
mechanical tounge
 Quoting: aether


Perfect action roils the sea in the same manner every time. 4 forms and 3 echoes get the sphere rolling. Not a single thought given to breathing or what to breath.
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Sesame Street taught me how to count to 10 in Spanish


hahahahaha

thats more then the nuns taught me when I was kid in catholic school I should know how to speak french
to add... the only word I know in french is how to say 'the sun'. thats all I remember isn't that bizarre?

sorry im being silly.......

wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy off topic........

my home is being invaded by orange cats.......
and they are all around my home crying.......

its bizarre and weird... just orange cats...

I cant even go out by my patio to sit and relax with out seeing all these orange cats screaming and crying to get inside my patio area... its driving me nuts

im prolly being punished..

and even more weirdness... my kid is playing sims.. she loves that game.. she just said to me now that there is an orange stray cat coming to her 3D home family
you guys ever play sims you can design homes and make people

I asked her. did you make this happen in the game she said no it just happened..

bizarre game----> sims 3 Supernatural


 Quoting: SeaPunk


I'll bump this. Was there 8 of them by chance? Just wondering if it is connected to the quake.
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it also led to the notion that is must be possible to notice all the patterns that exist thus know all that is required to be known to know (control) nature
this led to the notion that to discover confirmation of the patterns you break nature apart to match your model to what is inside things
this is still the preferred choice today where things are forced to smash into each other at high speed and the results of their smash are tracked as in:
the resultant explosive affect of both objects breaking up is tracked backwards in the hope that the pieces seen to exist from smashing the whole can be tracked back to how they fit together (pattern) inside the whole before you smashed it
cern mentality
destruction of nature to understand nature
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David Bryant Mumford (born 11 June 1937) is an American mathematician known for distinguished work in algebraic geometry, and then for research into vision and pattern theory. He won the Fields Medal and was a MacArthur Fellow. In 2010 he was awarded the National Medal of Science. He is currently a University Professor Emeritus in the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University
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Pattern Theory
Pattern Theory started in the 70 s with the ideas of Ulf Grenander and his school at Brown. The aim is to analyze from a statistical point of view the patterns in all signals' generated by the world, whether they be images, sounds, written text, DNA or protein strings, spike trains in neurons, time series of prices or weather, etc. Pattern theory proposes that the types of patterns and the hidden variables needed to describe these patterns found in one class of signals will often be found in the others and that their characteristic variability will be similar. The underlying idea is to find classes of stochastic models which can capture all the patterns that we see in nature, so that random samples from these models have the same look and feel' as the samples from the world itself. Then the detection of patterns in noisy and ambiguous samples can be achieved by the use of Bayes's rule, a method that can be described as �analysis by synthesis'.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.dam.brown.edu]

i`m not detecting any thought to how and why repeating processes (patterns) are repeating processes or what repeating processes exist within to be repeating processes within as in:
motive of discovery that reality possess visible structure (pasterns) that are always in motion

the reason i ask is mumford is one of the living people today who`s mathematics was discovered to have led to confirmation of a universe that never existed
as in:
mechanical tounge
 Quoting: aether

pattern=language?
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David Bryant Mumford (born 11 June 1937) is an American mathematician known for distinguished work in algebraic geometry, and then for research into vision and pattern theory. He won the Fields Medal and was a MacArthur Fellow. In 2010 he was awarded the National Medal of Science. He is currently a University Professor Emeritus in the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: observation


Pattern Theory
Pattern Theory started in the 70 s with the ideas of Ulf Grenander and his school at Brown. The aim is to analyze from a statistical point of view the patterns in all signals' generated by the world, whether they be images, sounds, written text, DNA or protein strings, spike trains in neurons, time series of prices or weather, etc. Pattern theory proposes that the types of patterns and the hidden variables needed to describe these patterns found in one class of signals will often be found in the others and that their characteristic variability will be similar. The underlying idea is to find classes of stochastic models which can capture all the patterns that we see in nature, so that random samples from these models have the same look and feel' as the samples from the world itself. Then the detection of patterns in noisy and ambiguous samples can be achieved by the use of Bayes's rule, a method that can be described as �analysis by synthesis'.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.dam.brown.edu]

i`m not detecting any thought to how and why repeating processes (patterns) are repeating processes or what repeating processes exist within to be repeating processes within as in:
motive of discovery that reality possess visible structure (pasterns) that are always in motion

the reason i ask is mumford is one of the living people today who`s mathematics was discovered to have led to confirmation of a universe that never existed
as in:
mechanical tounge
 Quoting: aether


Perfect action roils the sea in the same manner every time. 4 forms and 3 echoes get the sphere rolling. Not a single thought given to breathing or what to breath.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


morning dion
yes like ourselves
you don`t need to think how do i breath thus you notice what is happening around you

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Here are an interesting 8(9):

[link to blog.onlineprasad.com]


8 types of 'siddhi's'


All alien pilots are buddha's


You should always feel like you have been there before.
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David Bryant Mumford (born 11 June 1937) is an American mathematician known for distinguished work in algebraic geometry, and then for research into vision and pattern theory. He won the Fields Medal and was a MacArthur Fellow. In 2010 he was awarded the National Medal of Science. He is currently a University Professor Emeritus in the Division of Applied Mathematics at Brown University
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Pattern Theory
Pattern Theory started in the 70 s with the ideas of Ulf Grenander and his school at Brown. The aim is to analyze from a statistical point of view the patterns in all signals' generated by the world, whether they be images, sounds, written text, DNA or protein strings, spike trains in neurons, time series of prices or weather, etc. Pattern theory proposes that the types of patterns and the hidden variables needed to describe these patterns found in one class of signals will often be found in the others and that their characteristic variability will be similar. The underlying idea is to find classes of stochastic models which can capture all the patterns that we see in nature, so that random samples from these models have the same look and feel' as the samples from the world itself. Then the detection of patterns in noisy and ambiguous samples can be achieved by the use of Bayes's rule, a method that can be described as �analysis by synthesis'.
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.dam.brown.edu]

i`m not detecting any thought to how and why repeating processes (patterns) are repeating processes or what repeating processes exist within to be repeating processes within as in:
motive of discovery that reality possess visible structure (pasterns) that are always in motion

the reason i ask is mumford is one of the living people today who`s mathematics was discovered to have led to confirmation of a universe that never existed
as in:
mechanical tounge
 Quoting: aether


Perfect action roils the sea in the same manner every time. 4 forms and 3 echoes get the sphere rolling. Not a single thought given to breathing or what to breath.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


morning dion
yes like ourselves
you don`t need to think how do i breath thus you notice what is happening around you
 Quoting: aether


Concentrate on the shape of your breathing and tell me what you feel.
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Sesame Street taught me how to count to 10 in Spanish


hahahahaha

thats more then the nuns taught me when I was kid in catholic school I should know how to speak french
to add... the only word I know in french is how to say 'the sun'. thats all I remember isn't that bizarre?

sorry im being silly.......

wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy off topic........

my home is being invaded by orange cats.......
and they are all around my home crying.......

its bizarre and weird... just orange cats...

I cant even go out by my patio to sit and relax with out seeing all these orange cats screaming and crying to get inside my patio area... its driving me nuts

im prolly being punished..

and even more weirdness... my kid is playing sims.. she loves that game.. she just said to me now that there is an orange stray cat coming to her 3D home family
you guys ever play sims you can design homes and make people

I asked her. did you make this happen in the game she said no it just happened..

bizarre game----> sims 3 Supernatural


 Quoting: SeaPunk


I'll bump this. Was there 8 of them by chance? Just wondering if it is connected to the quake.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


i remember that
see
now we are not sure cos you kept looning off
you experience a lot of connectivity
this we know
you see sequences in it that appears to me not to match what you decided it should match
maybe this time if we follow your sequences we may discover what it might match
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Concentrate on the shape of your breathing and tell me what you feel.
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rhythm
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Sesame Street taught me how to count to 10 in Spanish


hahahahaha

thats more then the nuns taught me when I was kid in catholic school I should know how to speak french
to add... the only word I know in french is how to say 'the sun'. thats all I remember isn't that bizarre?

sorry im being silly.......

wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy off topic........

my home is being invaded by orange cats.......
and they are all around my home crying.......

its bizarre and weird... just orange cats...

I cant even go out by my patio to sit and relax with out seeing all these orange cats screaming and crying to get inside my patio area... its driving me nuts

im prolly being punished..

and even more weirdness... my kid is playing sims.. she loves that game.. she just said to me now that there is an orange stray cat coming to her 3D home family
you guys ever play sims you can design homes and make people

I asked her. did you make this happen in the game she said no it just happened..

bizarre game----> sims 3 Supernatural


 Quoting: SeaPunk


I'll bump this. Was there 8 of them by chance? Just wondering if it is connected to the quake.
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i remember that
see
now we are not sure cos you kept looning off
you experience a lot of connectivity
this we know
you see sequences in it that appears to me not to match what you decided it should match
maybe this time if we follow your sequences we may discover what it might match
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Funny I was just discussing the orange cat that visits my new digs. Same as the last one that moused my acre.
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Concentrate on the shape of your breathing and tell me what you feel.
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rhythm
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Shape, not process or cadence.
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When I get time, I definitely would like to look into that pattern link.


"Complexity nests itself within patterns. Discover the patterns, and complexity is simplified."
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Here are an interesting 8(9):

[link to blog.onlineprasad.com]


8 types of 'siddhi's'


All alien pilots are buddha's


You should always feel like you have been there before.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


This story was interesting to me:

A monk used to visit a family of moneylender having seven married sons and an unmarried daughter. He used to ask for alms and in return used to bless the daughter-in-law with happy married life. But he never gave blessing of marriage to the daughter of the house and this made the girl and her mother worried. The worried mother immediately called a Pandit to see the Kundali of her daughter. The Pandit told about the inauspicious Yog of becoming widow in her destiny and as a solution asked the girl to go the island Singhal where lived a washer women. Further he asks her to ask for the Sindoor from that lady and wear on her forehead and moreover to observe the fast of Somvati Amavasya, as it would remove inauspicious Yoga from her Kundali. On hearing this, mother requested the sons to go, on which, the youngest son agreed to go with her sister. Both of them left and reached the seashore. While thinking how to cross the river, they sat under a tree on which a vulture used to live with his infant in the nest. On the birth of a vulture, a snake used to eat him up. That day, when the vultures were out and the infants started making noise, the snake came. The girl understood the happening and killed the snake with her bravery. On returning and seeing their children alive, the happy vultures helped the girl to go to the house of washerwomen. On serving the washerwomen for months, the lady got pleased with the girl and applied Sindoor on her forehead. The girl left immediately without drinking water. On the way she revolved around a Peepal tree, worshipped the tree, observed the fast of Somvati Amavasya and then drank water. This way her inauspicious Yogas were cancelled and she became fortunate.
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When I get time, I definitely would like to look into that pattern link.


"Complexity nests itself within patterns. Discover the patterns, and complexity is simplified."
 Quoting: Septenary Man


All that are left are modifiers, such as object families within programming structures.

You are left with the personal spin.
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Concentrate on the shape of your breathing and tell me what you feel.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


rhythm
 Quoting: aether


Shape, not process or cadence.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


i don`t get a shape really
i get an outline my breathing prompts in the field/environment unique to human shape breathing
different to whale, butterfly , etc.
i don`t get a distinct shape to it other than a distinct shape/impression we cause by breathing the way we do because we are constructed to breath as we are
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Concentrate on the shape of your breathing and tell me what you feel.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


rhythm
 Quoting: aether


Shape, not process or cadence.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


i don`t get a shape really
i get an outline my breathing prompts in the field/environment unique to human shape breathing
different to whale, butterfly , etc.
i don`t get a distinct shape to it other than a distinct shape/impression we cause by breathing the way we do because we are constructed to breath as we are
 Quoting: aether


No worries, I'll keep my points subtle.
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When I get time, I definitely would like to look into that pattern link.


"Complexity nests itself within patterns. Discover the patterns, and complexity is simplified."
 Quoting: Septenary Man


All that are left are modifiers, such as object families within programming structures.

You are left with the personal spin.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


i get it
same as we discovered that if we could replicate you, atom for atom, the way you are now (exactly) there would be 2 dions because what is dion is outside of dion structure

so the same pattern always does the same thing

is what you are telling

yes

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rhythm
 Quoting: aether


Shape, not process or cadence.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


i don`t get a shape really
i get an outline my breathing prompts in the field/environment unique to human shape breathing
different to whale, butterfly , etc.
i don`t get a distinct shape to it other than a distinct shape/impression we cause by breathing the way we do because we are constructed to breath as we are
 Quoting: aether


No worries, I'll keep my points subtle.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


what shape did you expect me to see
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Shape, not process or cadence.
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i don`t get a shape really
i get an outline my breathing prompts in the field/environment unique to human shape breathing
different to whale, butterfly , etc.
i don`t get a distinct shape to it other than a distinct shape/impression we cause by breathing the way we do because we are constructed to breath as we are
 Quoting: aether


No worries, I'll keep my points subtle.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


what shape did you expect me to see
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We'll keep that something that will pop up when you aren't actively trying to discern.
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When I get time, I definitely would like to look into that pattern link.


"Complexity nests itself within patterns. Discover the patterns, and complexity is simplified."
 Quoting: Septenary Man


All that are left are modifiers, such as object families within programming structures.

You are left with the personal spin.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


i get it
same as we discovered that if we could replicate you, atom for atom, the way you are now (exactly) there would be 2 dions because what is dion is outside of dion structure

so the same pattern always does the same thing

is what you are telling

yes
 Quoting: aether


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We'll keep that something that will pop up when you aren't actively trying to discern.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


why not say now what you believe i will see one day when i am not thinking
if you tell me does it alter what may or may not occur
what can be the mystery
why have mystery
as in:
that which is said to be known and kept secret
what is the point where it true

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