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aether (OP)

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haha

i know

we have the "him" believe in our fields which states
all is unknowable so find a mechanical explanation of why and possess a faith to go with it that says when you die everything will be okay

it is the way and it will take many years and oh so many experiences for that to become forgotten
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A mirror biases reality through the imperfections of it's surface.
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i`ll tell you what i am missing with you guys
your mechanical view says imperfections of a surface
because that is what mechanical says
emotional says the surface is as it is because it fits the motive of the surface creators motive for it to do what it does

see the difference
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I see it. Just playing off the thoughts. See where they may lead.
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Yes, it tells you to become aware of the modifiers in order to keep your conciouness clean of those same imperfections.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


It is what the tibetan book of the book tells. As you should erase all fancy of self image.
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haha

i know

we have the "him" believe in our fields which states
all is unknowable so find a mechanical explanation of why and possess a faith to go with it that says when you die everything will be okay

it is the way and it will take many years and oh so many experiences for that to become forgotten
 Quoting: aether


Transient transition phase.
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okay guys what about this \z/


there appears to be common agreement that our common all that is not our self is "conscious process"
do we ever consider that conscious process is motivated to know intimately the local spheres within it`s domains current state always. as in:
it maintains the present for us to be conscious within knowingly 24/7
thus it knowingly interacts with individuals within local spheres noticeably differently on occasions because being conscious process it possess motive and motive is bias
thus a person can and will feel "singled out" and others will notice a "singled out" person is so
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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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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
 Quoting: aether


Essentially the Klein. The snake of repetition.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Is that like the story with the snake always eating the baby vultures?
Dionysian Fullaflattus

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okay guys what about this \z/


there appears to be common agreement that our common all that is not our self is "conscious process"
do we ever consider that conscious process is motivated to know intimately the local spheres within it`s domains current state always. as in:
it maintains the present for us to be conscious within knowingly 24/7
thus it knowingly interacts with individuals within local spheres noticeably differently on occasions because being conscious process it possess motive and motive is bias
thus a person can and will feel "singled out" and others will notice a "singled out" person is so
 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether


That all depends on material need to blend with the dominant frequency.

Some are atonal for a reason.


The dominant frequency is rarely if ever as important as the subtle background tones.
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Fringe yesterday you posted about a dream in Antarctica
after I read that I almost posted at a reply to you and said maybe you're predicting an earthquake
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okay guys what about this \z/


there appears to be common agreement that our common all that is not our self is "conscious process"
do we ever consider that conscious process is motivated to know intimately the local spheres within it`s domains current state always. as in:
it maintains the present for us to be conscious within knowingly 24/7
thus it knowingly interacts with individuals within local spheres noticeably differently on occasions because being conscious process it possess motive and motive is bias
thus a person can and will feel "singled out" and others will notice a "singled out" person is so
 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether


I really enjoyed this post, and thought it was 'spot on'. It is an understanding that as we are 'consciousness', so to is all else that is not us. That is what 'relationship' is made of, consciousness synergystically (made up word, lol) interacting with consciousness through various means of electromagnetic motions and complexities.

There is something in that final part. Not sure I can pin down right now, as I am literally working at work between posts. I was doing that dialogue with Dion as he enjoys it; without thought.

It has to do with depth of complexity and 'singled out', or knowing you and all that is not you.
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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
 Quoting: aether


Essentially the Klein. The snake of repetition.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Is that like the story with the snake always eating the baby vultures?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


The dominant theme to change is lopping of the head of tje snake.

Imagine staccato breathing patterns amidst building shock.
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Pattern theory, formulated by Ulf Grenander, is a mathematical formalism to describe knowledge of the world as patterns. It differs from other approaches to artificial intelligence in that it does not begin by prescribing algorithms and machinery to recognize and classify patterns; rather, it prescribes a vocabulary to articulate and recast the pattern concepts in precise language.

In addition to the new algebraic vocabulary, its statistical approach was novel in its aim to:

Identify the hidden variables of a data set using real world data rather than artificial stimuli, which was commonplace at the time.
Formulate prior distributions for hidden variables and models for the observed variables that form the vertices of a Gibbs-like graph.
Study the randomness and variability of these graphs.
Create the basic classes of stochastic models applied by listing the deformations of the patterns.
Synthesize (sample) from the models, not just analyze signals with it.

Broad in its mathematical coverage, Pattern Theory spans algebra and statistics, as well as local topological and global entropic properties.

The Brown University Pattern Theory Group was formed in 1972 by Ulf Grenander. Many mathematicians are currently working in this group, noteworthy among them being the Fields Medalist David Mumford. Mumford regards Grenander as his "guru" in this subject.
 Quoting: observation

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Ulf Grenander (born 23 July 1923 in Västervik, Sweden) is a statistician and a professor of applied mathematics at Brown University.

His early research was in probability theory, stochastic processes, time series analysis, and statistical theory (particularly the order-constrained estimation of cumulative distribution functions using his sieve estimator). In recent decades, Grenander contributed to computational statistics, image processing, pattern recognition, and artificial intelligence.
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i think application of pattern theory is what is currently running our societies

Pattern recognition (psychology)

Pattern recognition involves identification of faces, objects, words, melodies, etc. The visual system does more than just interpret forms, contours and colors. Pattern recognition refers to the process of recognizing a set of stimuli arranged in a certain pattern that is characteristic of that set of stimuli. Pattern recognition does not occur instantly, although it does happen automatically and spontaneously. Pattern recognition is an innate ability of animals.
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i think application of pattern theory is what is currently running our societies

Pattern recognition (psychology)

Pattern recognition involves identification of faces, objects, words, melodies, etc. The visual system does more than just interpret forms, contours and colors. Pattern recognition refers to the process of recognizing a set of stimuli arranged in a certain pattern that is characteristic of that set of stimuli. Pattern recognition does not occur instantly, although it does happen automatically and spontaneously. Pattern recognition is an innate ability of animals.
 Quoting: observation

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Just change the word to misapplication and add redundant cyclicality and all is boffo.
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repeating patterns to fit habits formed from our belief in what the repeating patterns mean

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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?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


1259

Just found this and thought I would share...

What is your birthday color?
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Mine is Gold...

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Gray for me... wink
 Quoting: Axo Azeratel


Orange
 Quoting: Septenary Man


1260

hf

I read about orange in the last page

I have been feeling something about orange the last few days, I thought of that earlier today while I used some pieces of orange tissue to practice tounge

have a wonderful night everyone!

ed: my user ID is nice today
 Quoting: 1908247



good morning

coffeecup

my color is yellow (:

Are you a leo sept?

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repeating patterns to fit habits formed from our belief in what the repeating patterns mean
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yes dion
we can take Pattern recognition (psychology) application right back to here:

Perhaps the most accomplished analyst of mythology in modern times was the late Mircea Eliade, chairman of the Department of History of Religions at the University of Chicago, and editor of the Encyclopedia of Religion. From his meticulous, lifelong survey of the subject, professor Eliade drew a stunning conclusion: literally every component of early civilizations--from religion to art and architecture--expressed symbolically the desire to recover and to re-live the lost Golden Age. That which symbolically transported the participant back to the First Time, the Golden Age, was sacred. That which did not was transient and mundane, of no interest. [link to contrarybooks.com]
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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
 Quoting: aether


Essentially the Klein. The snake of repetition.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Is that like the story with the snake always eating the baby vultures?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


The dominant theme to change is lopping of the head of tje snake.

Imagine staccato breathing patterns amidst building shock.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


So that is what turns the circle into a spiral then, ummm
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repeating patterns to fit habits formed from our belief in what the repeating patterns mean
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yes dion
we can take Pattern recognition (psychology) application right back to here:

Perhaps the most accomplished analyst of mythology in modern times was the late Mircea Eliade, chairman of the Department of History of Religions at the University of Chicago, and editor of the Encyclopedia of Religion. From his meticulous, lifelong survey of the subject, professor Eliade drew a stunning conclusion: literally every component of early civilizations--from religion to art and architecture--expressed symbolically the desire to recover and to re-live the lost Golden Age. That which symbolically transported the participant back to the First Time, the Golden Age, was sacred. That which did not was transient and mundane, of no interest. [link to contrarybooks.com]
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


we could say we are a planet in amnesia memorized by it`s own patterns from before we were in amnesia

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repeating patterns to fit habits formed from our belief in what the repeating patterns mean
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yes dion
we can take Pattern recognition (psychology) application right back to here:

Perhaps the most accomplished analyst of mythology in modern times was the late Mircea Eliade, chairman of the Department of History of Religions at the University of Chicago, and editor of the Encyclopedia of Religion. From his meticulous, lifelong survey of the subject, professor Eliade drew a stunning conclusion: literally every component of early civilizations--from religion to art and architecture--expressed symbolically the desire to recover and to re-live the lost Golden Age. That which symbolically transported the participant back to the First Time, the Golden Age, was sacred. That which did not was transient and mundane, of no interest. [link to contrarybooks.com]
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


we could say we are a planet in amnesia memorized by it`s own patterns from before we were in amnesia
 Quoting: aether


we are
simple as that


well done everyone tounge

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Google avatar is this lady today

Mary Leakey-
was a British archaeologist and anthropologist, who discovered the first fossilized Proconsul skull, an extinct ape now believed to be ancestral to humans, and also discovered the robust Zinjanthropus skull at Olduvai Gorge.
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Cap, Nico.

1/3/69
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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?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


1259

...


Gray for me... wink
 Quoting: Axo Azeratel


Orange
 Quoting: Septenary Man


1260

today
 Quoting: 1908247



?
 Quoting: 1908247


No, I am the black comedy which is the eternal virgin.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I think the number is1296.

Cheers
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Cap, Nico.

1/3/69
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lol 1/3!

I knew that already scratching

hadn't notice the colors repeat twice when I saw orange just before my yellow tounge
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Nutcracker mans skull is really weird. Reminds me of a helmet

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I think the number is1296.

Cheers
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cheers


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repeating patterns to fit habits formed from our belief in what the repeating patterns mean
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yes dion
we can take Pattern recognition (psychology) application right back to here:

Perhaps the most accomplished analyst of mythology in modern times was the late Mircea Eliade, chairman of the Department of History of Religions at the University of Chicago, and editor of the Encyclopedia of Religion. From his meticulous, lifelong survey of the subject, professor Eliade drew a stunning conclusion: literally every component of early civilizations--from religion to art and architecture--expressed symbolically the desire to recover and to re-live the lost Golden Age. That which symbolically transported the participant back to the First Time, the Golden Age, was sacred. That which did not was transient and mundane, of no interest.
 Quoting: observation

 Quoting: aether


we could say we are a planet in amnesia memorized by it`s own patterns from before we were in amnesia
 Quoting: aether


I REALLY like that.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes, We called it the effects of apparent shock last year.

What will bend the circle?
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yes dion
we can take Pattern recognition (psychology) application right back to here:

...

 Quoting: aether


we could say we are a planet in amnesia memorized by it`s own patterns from before we were in amnesia


I REALLY like that.


Yes, We called it the effects of apparent shock last year.

What will bend the circle?


Humans?
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we could say we are a planet in amnesia memorized by it`s own patterns from before we were in amnesia
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I REALLY like that.
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Yes, We called it the effects of apparent shock last year.

What will bend the circle?
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Humans? whoops
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yes dion
we can take Pattern recognition (psychology) application right back to here:

...

 Quoting: aether


we could say we are a planet in amnesia memorized by it`s own patterns from before we were in amnesia


I REALLY like that.


Yes, We called it the effects of apparent shock last year.

What will bend the circle?


Pi activated. chuckle
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 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus

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