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aether (OP)

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anyone read this?

[link to opensiuc.lib.siu.edu]
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that`s strange, writing this a day ago

yes
tri force it`s a synergy affect which explains in visuals why the angles of a spherical triangle are never equal

because 3 is the "simplest structural system with insideness and outsideness" and tesegrity is involved because the erection of a structure is from the inside outwards with the sphere being the visible boundary of the vortice within that causes the structure to begin thus the sphere is the boundary of the completed structure and all structure is within the domain of it`s self generated sphere
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it is holographic type affect as in:
all pieces contain all the information of the completed structure because all structure in nature is motivated thus it knows what it will be before it becomes what it is to be thus each piece knows what it is a piece of because it contains itself and all the other peaces (information)

so because that is our environment and the physical structure of our selves we detect the visible sings of the process (patterns) of which 3`s is a vital part
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i noticed it was difficult for me to write as in something not me was interested in what i was writing thus "distracted" me
now i knew at the time it was a non material something of person origin but i had no motivation to look further, i simply carried on writing ignoring the "distraction"
now upon reading what you posted, a man i have never looked into, it feels distinctly field orientated from our past that the detraction was and his name is coming up attached to it

not unusual nor unnatural to experience if you follow the topics of this thread and as i write this it settles more and more into
okay

nice
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which prompts a way to see synergy signed in /z\
the cause of cause feedback , 2 intersections of the 3 <------> cause the 3rd intersection of the 3 , synergy thus encompassing (causing) tensegrity
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which prompts a way to see synergy signed in /z\
the cause of cause feedback , 2 intersections of the 3 <------> cause the 3rd intersection of the 3 , synergy thus encompassing (causing) tensegrity
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fractal, the visible sign of eternity/infinity is the holographic type process of infinite memory which exists because of eternities reality
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which prompts a way to see synergy signed in /z\
the cause of cause feedback , 2 intersections of the 3 <------> cause the 3rd intersection of the 3 , synergy thus encompassing (causing) tensegrity
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fractal, the visible sign of eternity/infinity is the holographic type process of infinite memory which exists because of eternities reality
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thus from this /z\ simplistic description of conscious (motivated) process forms all complexity
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off to enter my active day.


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thankyou,, see7,, and aether,,

the 'so called',, colour blind gene is interesting in this respect indeed,,

it can apparently be traced back to a single source,,

as only a mother alone,, can ever carry the gene,, and can only then pass it on to their sons,, whoms daughters alone may then carry the gene and therefore continue its subfucation on to their sons,,

do colour blind men see magenta?,,

colour blindness is an interesting perceptional subject,,

this one had a freind whom was,, and found the fact that he saw visually different,, somewhat interesting,,



forgive the rambling,,


much love,,
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This was great...


[link to www.youtube.com]

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Seer777
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I thought this an interesting article during the server crash...


Interesting Fact: There's a Yawning Need for Boring Professors

Dr. Eastwood, a Canadian psychology professor, is one of a growing number of researchers in what is becoming an exciting field of inquiry: boredom studies. The young adults in his lab watch dry instructional videos all in an effort to help researchers understand how we experience boredom, what causes it, and eventually, how to relieve it.

Boredom researchers are used to the jokes, but they contend that theirs is a fascinating field. For one thing, boredom has serious consequences for health and productivity, they say, linked to depression, overeating, substance abuse, gambling and even mortality—people may, indirectly, be "bored to death." One 2010 study found that the boredom-prone are more than twice as likely to die of heart disease than their more-engaged brethren.


In another recent paper, Dr. Eastwood and two colleagues set out to write the ultimate scientific definition of boredom, culling through decades of research papers to assemble a description of the phenomenon. Their definition describes an unpleasant state of "wanting, but being unable, to engage in satisfying activity," caused by problems with the brain's ability to pay attention.

Bored people typically blame their environment, not themselves, for the state, thinking "this task is boring" or "there is nothing to do," the paper found.


[link to online.wsj.com]

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anyone read this?

[link to opensiuc.lib.siu.edu]
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Interesting as well as all aethers feedback on it
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8/24/2011. Keeps coming in. I found a thread written by "Nobody" dsted that date, preceding the meme.

The forum keeps returning to that date. Every other refresh.
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thankyou see7 for the video,,

you are simply brilliant,, indeed,,

you always manage to somehow connect perfectly,, the reasons often overlooked by the instigater,, resulting in wonderful mental reflex,,

thankyou,,

you truly are a see7 star,,

much love,,
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thankyou see7 for the video,,

you are simply brilliant,, indeed,,

you always manage to somehow connect perfectly,, the reasons often overlooked by the instigater,, resulting in wonderful mental reflex,,

thankyou,,

you truly are a see7 star,,

much love,,
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How kind.

Thank you love.


VeiledTweet

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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02/27/2013 01:22 PM
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thankyou see7 for the video,,

you are simply brilliant,, indeed,,

you always manage to somehow connect perfectly,, the reasons often overlooked by the instigater,, resulting in wonderful mental reflex,,

thankyou,,

you truly are a see7 star,,

much love,,
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Who dat in da bold?
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I thought this an interesting article during the server crash...


Interesting Fact: There's a Yawning Need for Boring Professors

Dr. Eastwood, a Canadian psychology professor, is one of a growing number of researchers in what is becoming an exciting field of inquiry: boredom studies. The young adults in his lab watch dry instructional videos all in an effort to help researchers understand how we experience boredom, what causes it, and eventually, how to relieve it.

Boredom researchers are used to the jokes, but they contend that theirs is a fascinating field. For one thing, boredom has serious consequences for health and productivity, they say, linked to depression, overeating, substance abuse, gambling and even mortality—people may, indirectly, be "bored to death." One 2010 study found that the boredom-prone are more than twice as likely to die of heart disease than their more-engaged brethren.


In another recent paper, Dr. Eastwood and two colleagues set out to write the ultimate scientific definition of boredom, culling through decades of research papers to assemble a description of the phenomenon. Their definition describes an unpleasant state of "wanting, but being unable, to engage in satisfying activity," caused by problems with the brain's ability to pay attention.

Bored people typically blame their environment, not themselves, for the state, thinking "this task is boring" or "there is nothing to do," the paper found.


[link to online.wsj.com]

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:)
 Quoting: Seer777


odd experience, your post /z\ links to my reply today of this post of yours \z/


Flexible as in not 'fixed' to a certain unobservable point from a proper vantage point...


I often speak how the day, weeks, and months can stretch into forever.......

I likened it to a seconds just before a car crash, when the 'seconds' suspend into split second response time or just the sensation of s t r e t c h e d time...

I believe we determined at one point in the thread it could be due velocity of incoming stimuli.


:)
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and

Imaginal Psychology is a recent branch of psychology which considers soul to be psychology’s primary concern. Central to this new discipline is the idea that the 'soul' expresses itself in images, and that care of the soul requires that we pay great attention to the images we 'inhabit'. This approach to psychology draws on a variety of spiritual traditions, the religious beliefs of indigenous peoples, mythology, literature and poetry, Deep Ecology, and social critique. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: observation


but my reply post is not on the thread
i remember writing it, i remember the words within my reply and i remember "talking" to you as i wrote it
1dunno1

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thankyou see7 for the video,,

you are simply brilliant,, indeed,,

you always manage to somehow connect perfectly,, the reasons often overlooked by the instigater,, resulting in wonderful mental reflex,,

thankyou,,

you truly are a see7 star,,

much love,,
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Who dat in da bold?
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How come you have some posts by 0?
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thankyou see7 for the video,,

you are simply brilliant,, indeed,,

you always manage to somehow connect perfectly,, the reasons often overlooked by the instigater,, resulting in wonderful mental reflex,,

thankyou,,

you truly are a see7 star,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 29714021


bump
nobody
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your correct,,indeed,, an overlooked accidental fopar choice of terminology,,

all instigations are of course,, simply mirrored reflections,,

a better word perhaps,, may have been another less so invocative of a singlular creative narrative,,

"mentioning observer" fits better indeed,,

thankyou,,

much love,,
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thankyou see7 for the video,,

you are simply brilliant,, indeed,,

you always manage to somehow connect perfectly,, the reasons often overlooked by the instigater,, resulting in wonderful mental reflex,,

thankyou,,

you truly are a see7 star,,

much love,,
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Who dat in da bold?
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How come you have some posts by 0?
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Be-cause of what it represents and it is the only symbol that is close to "the name" that was given to me on the otherside of life.
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your correct,,indeed,, an overlooked accidental fopar choice of terminology,,

all instigations are of course,, simply mirrored reflections,,

a better word perhaps,, may have been another less so invocative of a singlular creative narrative,,

"mentioning observer" fits better indeed,,

thankyou,,

much love,,
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Conduit.
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Something of interest I found aether during the server break.

I was doing a bit of research on what you linked me to last night.


I found this and found it intriguing...

[link to img243.imageshack.us]

hmm

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dear 0,,

a "conduit" ,,

how wonderful,, the better by far,,

thankyou,,



much love,,
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Something of interest I found aether during the server break.

I was doing a bit of research on what you linked me to last night.


I found this and found it intriguing...

[link to img243.imageshack.us]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777



The orbit of venus is a pentagram?

scratching
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:)


A flower too...

[link to www.hermes3.net]

:earthvenus:
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The orbit of venus is a pentagram?

scratching
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Yeah, it is in relation to the earth (I think) and that is where the 'lines' of the pentagram come from.
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[link to www.youtube.com]

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That looks familiar.

tounge


It's even angled the same...

O.o
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[link to img243.imageshack.us]


hmm

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4 min guys is getting his imagination around increasing vortical patterns over n america and his quake watch "just cut interesting for a different reason than i expected"

sun affects not planetary alignment affect tounge
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Something of interest I found aether during the server break.

I was doing a bit of research on what you linked me to last night.


I found this and found it intriguing...

[link to img243.imageshack.us]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


yes

tounge
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You can delete those posts now Aether, he got the link. Thanks..
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In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blew.

Rememeber Seer the story i told you about columbus?

When columbus thought he found india, and then upon discovery proclaimed a new world, while the native shook his head on the shore and said, i was here first.

the birds flew above watching both men on in a boat and one on the shore, thought to themselves, neither of them dicovered america.

chuckle
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Have a great day all you ones. :)
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In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blew.

Rememeber Seer the story i told you about columbus?

When columbus thought he found india, and then upon discovery proclaimed a new world, while the native shook his head on the shore and said, i was here first.

the birds flew above watching both men on in a boat and one on the shore, thought to themselves, neither of them dicovered america.

chuckle
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Lovely. I was thinking of something quite similar recently, while watching the birds.

:)


I have to say...

I am Amazed.

Still processing, if you will.


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hey 0,,

is that blew,, really blue,, or just an individual perception of blue,,


is it possible too imaj-in,, a colour never seen,, and thus describe it?,,


apparently sir winston churchill was colour blind,,

which colourfully blew many a mind,,

yet he was a wonderful chess player indeed,,


much love,,
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1,618 indeed,,

as learnt here,,


who looks outside dreams

who looks inside dreams,, awakens,,

carl gustav jung,,

much love,,


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