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BOWMAN (OP)
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Name a group (any 2 or more individuals) who shares the most accurate and honest description of reality and life in this universe.

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According to whom? As it could easily be any pair in marital bliss or any other union of self validating co dependants.

As always, evaluation is couched in it's opposite.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Hey Dion.

According to YOU good sir.

Although I appreciate your need for clarity, as I stated it can be ANY 2 or more individuals. And I can see that a couple in bliss may not be so easily observed by others, but could be just as viable in answering the question. Very good point.


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I'm going with the poster who said "no one on this planet"......Their is always room for error in any idea. I'm sure their are some that come close. All for different reasons :)
 Quoting: Blue Skies


Good morning Blue. hugs

I completely agree with your assessment but if you had to give credit to a group (any 2 or more individuals), would there be any that comes to mind that would have your respect?


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On the universe part.....I would have to say the group on Thunderbolts :)

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 Quoting: Blue Skies


I like them too Blue and I made them the centerpiece of Part IV of my "Bowman Does Facebook Summer 2012 Tour". chuckle

The reason why I chose them is because I felt that they would be perceived as the least threatening and most interesting 'group' to pick in offering up a new way to see things.


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Bowman does facebook summer 2012 tour.....Love it. Care to share. lol
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i'm thinking the disciples of the nobody.
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Name a group (any 2 or more individuals) who shares the most accurate and honest description of reality and life in this universe.

hmm


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 Quoting: BOWMAN


According to whom? As it could easily be any pair in marital bliss or any other union of self validating co dependants.

As always, evaluation is couched in it's opposite.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Hey Dion.

According to YOU good sir.

Although I appreciate your need for clarity, as I stated it can be ANY 2 or more individuals. And I can see that a couple in bliss may not be so easily observed by others, but could be just as viable in answering the question. Very good point.


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Cheers, Interpretive bias is what makes us exciting (in both aspects). Mechanistically I'd think cells making up a body (sans mutational glitches) are those that communicate (through precursors and pre encoded stria) most harmoniously as system complexity is maintaining homeostasis through multiple specializations.

As perception clouds action through the creation of potential action and separation through specialization. The greater the complexity of awareness of a thing the potential of that complexity creating holes of specific interpretive biases and further communicative inconsistencies.

A shock to the system and reaction to said stimulus would likely create the most efficient tangled pairs. As sharing of commonalities and survival stress usually breed like reactive minds.

Where it gets sticky is the notion of errant Ideas on the substratum of shared conciousness. As a small error is replicated manifold as complexity increases.

The Lion and the Cobra?
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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Name a group (any 2 or more individuals) who shares the most accurate and honest description of reality and life in this universe.

hmm


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 Quoting: BOWMAN


According to whom? As it could easily be any pair in marital bliss or any other union of self validating co dependants.

As always, evaluation is couched in it's opposite.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Hey Dion.

According to YOU good sir.

Although I appreciate your need for clarity, as I stated it can be ANY 2 or more individuals. And I can see that a couple in bliss may not be so easily observed by others, but could be just as viable in answering the question. Very good point.


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 Quoting: BOWMAN


Cheers, Interpretive bias is what makes us exciting (in both aspects). Mechanistically I'd think cells making up a body (sans mutational glitches) are those that communicate (through precursors and pre encoded stria) most harmoniously as system complexity is maintaining homeostasis through multiple specializations.

As perception clouds action through the creation of potential action and separation through specialization. The greater the complexity of awareness of a thing the potential of that complexity creating holes of specific interpretive biases and further communicative inconsistencies.

A shock to the system and reaction to said stimulus would likely create the most efficient tangled pairs. As sharing of commonalities and survival stress usually breed like reactive minds.

Where it gets sticky is the notion of errant Ideas on the substratum of shared conciousness. As a small error is replicated manifold as complexity increases.

The Lion and the Cobra?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


In short the level from which the reaction is gleaned speaks to the truth of the signal.
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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The Muslims and the Liberals.
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Whether we like it or not, this partnership is a manifestation of unity on a global stage.


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My uncle and his friend who works at NASA
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And there's a flavor for every situation too.

I like the flannel ones, because at least they are cozy.

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Good morning Blue. hugs

I completely agree with your assessment but if you had to give credit to a group (any 2 or more individuals), would there be any that comes to mind that would have your respect?


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On the universe part.....I would have to say the group on Thunderbolts :)

[link to www.thunderbolts.info]
 Quoting: Blue Skies


I like them too Blue and I made them the centerpiece of Part IV of my "Bowman Does Facebook Summer 2012 Tour". chuckle

The reason why I chose them is because I felt that they would be perceived as the least threatening and most interesting 'group' to pick in offering up a new way to see things.


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 Quoting: BOWMAN

Bowman does facebook summer 2012 tour.....Love it. Care to share. lol
 Quoting: Blue Skies


Blue, I've often pointed out the dualistic qualities between Facebook and GLP and how in one medium you are surrounded by people who know you yet discussion tends to lean heavily toward the superficial within a rigid social structure while in the other medium you are surrounded by people who don't know you yet discussion tends to delve so much deeper and reflects qualities of the true self for any given poster.

So, we as GLP'ers spend much of our time where we are comfortable yet knowing that more people need to be exposed to the new perspectives and new ideas that have surfaced unannounced over the last several years. Because if the species as a whole is better informed about the situation they are in, than we will have that much better a chance at successfully navigating the situation we are in. And it's not a definitive situation, it's one that we're getting to know, step by step as aether likes to say. So it's a challenging thing to cross over to that other medium and express that.

We've read about other GLP'ers and their experiences in crossing over to that other medium where they present things in a factual manner but they usually report back that they are usually ignored and tend to get discouraged by the lack of interest. But that's what we do HERE, as we work each other over with a coarse brush. We seek out substance and try and discern what's factual or not through our own discernment. That's not how Facebook operates at a fundamental level though. The fundamental operating level on Facebook is based on emotions. The politics and the breaking news and the relationships, it's a very emotional medium to work in.

So in May I started with Part I. And in part there were deep personal reasons for doing so, as someone misrepresented me and that misunderstanding became how others viewed me, which didn't sit well with me for a long time. The other part was that I was taking cues from the synchronicities that seemed to surround me at the time. I would plan out the different parts but would never stick to the plan as it was always what was happening at the moment that dictated what I would post. The four parts were primarily made of simple statements or patterns and musical expressions that for me seemed to augment the statement/patterns. So expressing myself in that way seemed to fit better with that medium. And I never named or announced what I was doing, I just did it, and left it up to the reader to decide what it was to them.

Like I said, I never named the parts but if I had to this is what I would name them.

Part I - Character
Part II - Perspective
Part III - Ego
Part IV - Love

Those were the themes that were expressed at the emotional level and it felt really good to be able to represent myself that way for all to see. Which so far has had subtle yet positive effects on some whom I have a personal relationship with. In other words, some are reevaluating what they thought they understood about me. And it was a lot of fun to do too. sun


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i'm thinking the disciples of the nobody.
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They are a dedicated bunch, I'll give them that.


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I'm pretty sure it's these two.
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Our Alien Friends, Hagel and Valugua, Have sent me an Email Confirming that our Sun is about to Explode on December 3rd of 2012 (Tomorrow). Our Sun has been Getting overly Active the Past Year and it will all Lead up to an Explosion, the World Governments do Not know about this. Hagel and Valugua Stated that they will try to Stop it but Technology can Only go so Far.
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The Thrilla in Manila was the third and final famous boxing match between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier for the Heavyweight Boxing Championship of the World, fought at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines on October 1, 1975. The contest got its name from the frequent Ali rhymed boast that it would be a "Killa and a Thrilla and a Chilla, when I get that gorilla in Manila".

The bout is often ranked as one of the greatest fights of 20th century boxing, and is the climax to the bitter rivalry between Ali and Frazier. When Ali was stripped of the title in 1967 over his refusal to join the armed forces when drafted during the Vietnam War, Frazier had petitioned President Nixon to restore Ali's right to box and even lent Ali money. When Ali finally got his license back, they met in the bout promoters called The Fight of the Century, marking the first time that two undisputed heavyweight champions had met in the ring. The mutual enmity emerged in the build up to the fight, when Ali turned on Frazier, describing him as an "Uncle Tom", and a "white man's champion". Frazier in turn riled Ali by referring to him by his birth name, Clay.

Afterwards the pair continued to trade insults, but by the time they met in a rematch, neither was a champion; Frazier had lost his title to George Foreman and Ali had recently been beaten by Ken Norton. In a promotional appearance before their second fight, the two had an infamous brawl in a TV studio while being interviewed by Howard Cosell. The rematch itself was a boring, poorly refereed affair. In the 2nd round, Ali stung Frazier with a hard right hand, which backed him up. Referee Tony Peres inexplicably stepped in between the fighters, signifying the end of the round, even though there was almost a whole minute left, giving Frazier precious time to regain his bearings and continue fighting. Peres also failed utterly to contain Ali's tactic of illegally holding and pulling down his opponent's neck in the clinches - which helped Ali to smother Frazier, and gain him the decision. This became a major issue in selecting the referee for the Manila bout.

In September 1975, Muhammad Ali, having regained his title with a stunning Knockout of George Foreman, thought a third fight with Frazier at this stage would represent an easy payday against a big-name challenger who would be unable to live up to his billing in the ring. It instead proved to be a brutal, give and take affair, with each man absorbing a great deal of punishment. The fight finally ended when Frazier's trainer Eddie Futch refused to let Frazier come out for the 15th round, resulting in a TKO for Ali.

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According to whom? As it could easily be any pair in marital bliss or any other union of self validating co dependants.

As always, evaluation is couched in it's opposite.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Hey Dion.

According to YOU good sir.

Although I appreciate your need for clarity, as I stated it can be ANY 2 or more individuals. And I can see that a couple in bliss may not be so easily observed by others, but could be just as viable in answering the question. Very good point.


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 Quoting: BOWMAN


Cheers, Interpretive bias is what makes us exciting (in both aspects). Mechanistically I'd think cells making up a body (sans mutational glitches) are those that communicate (through precursors and pre encoded stria) most harmoniously as system complexity is maintaining homeostasis through multiple specializations.

As perception clouds action through the creation of potential action and separation through specialization. The greater the complexity of awareness of a thing the potential of that complexity creating holes of specific interpretive biases and further communicative inconsistencies.

A shock to the system and reaction to said stimulus would likely create the most efficient tangled pairs. As sharing of commonalities and survival stress usually breed like reactive minds.

Where it gets sticky is the notion of errant Ideas on the substratum of shared conciousness. As a small error is replicated manifold as complexity increases.

The Lion and the Cobra?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


In short the level from which the reaction is gleaned speaks to the truth of the signal.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


That sounds like trial by fire Dion.


Thou shalt tread upon the lion and adder,.... Or be unhurt by such savage and poisonous creatures; as the Israelites, when they travelled through the wilderness, in which were serpents and scorpions; and many of the servants of God have been delivered from them, or have slain them, as Samson, David, and Daniel; and so Christ was among the wild beasts in the wilderness, and yet not touched or hurt by them; and his disciples had power given them by him to tread on serpents and scorpions, and to take up serpents, without receiving any damage from them; and when a viper fastened on the hand of the Apostle Paul, he shook it off, without being hurt by it; see Mark 1:13, Acts 28:5, it may be understood figuratively of Satan, who, for his voraciousness and cruelty, is compared to a lion; and, for his craft and subtlety, to a serpent, 1 Peter 5:8,

The young lion and the dragon shalt thou trample underfoot; which also may be understood of the great dragon, the old serpent, called the devil and Satan; whom Christ trampled under his feet when he hung on the cross, and spoiled him and his principalities and powers; and who, in a short time, will be bruised under the feet of his people, as he has been already by the seed of the woman, Genesis 3:15.
 Quoting: Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible



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On the universe part.....I would have to say the group on Thunderbolts :)

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 Quoting: Blue Skies


I like them too Blue and I made them the centerpiece of Part IV of my "Bowman Does Facebook Summer 2012 Tour". chuckle

The reason why I chose them is because I felt that they would be perceived as the least threatening and most interesting 'group' to pick in offering up a new way to see things.


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 Quoting: BOWMAN

Bowman does facebook summer 2012 tour.....Love it. Care to share. lol
 Quoting: Blue Skies


Blue, I've often pointed out the dualistic qualities between Facebook and GLP and how in one medium you are surrounded by people who know you yet discussion tends to lean heavily toward the superficial within a rigid social structure while in the other medium you are surrounded by people who don't know you yet discussion tends to delve so much deeper and reflects qualities of the true self for any given poster.

So, we as GLP'ers spend much of our time where we are comfortable yet knowing that more people need to be exposed to the new perspectives and new ideas that have surfaced unannounced over the last several years. Because if the species as a whole is better informed about the situation they are in, than we will have that much better a chance at successfully navigating the situation we are in. And it's not a definitive situation, it's one that we're getting to know, step by step as aether likes to say. So it's a challenging thing to cross over to that other medium and express that.

We've read about other GLP'ers and their experiences in crossing over to that other medium where they present things in a factual manner but they usually report back that they are usually ignored and tend to get discouraged by the lack of interest. But that's what we do HERE, as we work each other over with a coarse brush. We seek out substance and try and discern what's factual or not through our own discernment. That's not how Facebook operates at a fundamental level though. The fundamental operating level on Facebook is based on emotions. The politics and the breaking news and the relationships, it's a very emotional medium to work in.

So in May I started with Part I. And in part there were deep personal reasons for doing so, as someone misrepresented me and that misunderstanding became how others viewed me, which didn't sit well with me for a long time. The other part was that I was taking cues from the synchronicities that seemed to surround me at the time. I would plan out the different parts but would never stick to the plan as it was always what was happening at the moment that dictated what I would post. The four parts were primarily made of simple statements or patterns and musical expressions that for me seemed to augment the statement/patterns. So expressing myself in that way seemed to fit better with that medium. And I never named or announced what I was doing, I just did it, and left it up to the reader to decide what it was to them.

Like I said, I never named the parts but if I had to this is what I would name them.

Part I - Character
Part II - Perspective
Part III - Ego
Part IV - Love

Those were the themes that were expressed at the emotional level and it felt really good to be able to represent myself that way for all to see. Which so far has had subtle yet positive effects on some whom I have a personal relationship with. In other words, some are reevaluating what they thought they understood about me. And it was a lot of fun to do too. sun


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 Quoting: BOWMAN

I have two facebook pages. One under my real name. For friends and family. The other one is a fake name. For GLP or stuff that I would not want them knowing my real name.
I had deleted my old facebook account because someone had posted my name on here.......So finally I decided to open up a new one about four months ago....Within 24hrs I received green karma, stating they saw what I had done 0112358. My profile pic on facebook depicts the Fibonacci sequence. lol My husband asked if I was going to invite people from GLP to be my friends on facebook. I think I laughed out loud and said no. lol Their are a couple I would trust not to go off on some conspiracy rant. But I am still leery of doing it.

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Hey Dion.

According to YOU good sir.

Although I appreciate your need for clarity, as I stated it can be ANY 2 or more individuals. And I can see that a couple in bliss may not be so easily observed by others, but could be just as viable in answering the question. Very good point.


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 Quoting: BOWMAN


Cheers, Interpretive bias is what makes us exciting (in both aspects). Mechanistically I'd think cells making up a body (sans mutational glitches) are those that communicate (through precursors and pre encoded stria) most harmoniously as system complexity is maintaining homeostasis through multiple specializations.

As perception clouds action through the creation of potential action and separation through specialization. The greater the complexity of awareness of a thing the potential of that complexity creating holes of specific interpretive biases and further communicative inconsistencies.

A shock to the system and reaction to said stimulus would likely create the most efficient tangled pairs. As sharing of commonalities and survival stress usually breed like reactive minds.

Where it gets sticky is the notion of errant Ideas on the substratum of shared conciousness. As a small error is replicated manifold as complexity increases.

The Lion and the Cobra?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


In short the level from which the reaction is gleaned speaks to the truth of the signal.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


That sounds like trial by fire Dion.


Thou shalt tread upon the lion and adder,.... Or be unhurt by such savage and poisonous creatures; as the Israelites, when they travelled through the wilderness, in which were serpents and scorpions; and many of the servants of God have been delivered from them, or have slain them, as Samson, David, and Daniel; and so Christ was among the wild beasts in the wilderness, and yet not touched or hurt by them; and his disciples had power given them by him to tread on serpents and scorpions, and to take up serpents, without receiving any damage from them; and when a viper fastened on the hand of the Apostle Paul, he shook it off, without being hurt by it; see Mark 1:13, Acts 28:5, it may be understood figuratively of Satan, who, for his voraciousness and cruelty, is compared to a lion; and, for his craft and subtlety, to a serpent, 1 Peter 5:8,

The young lion and the dragon shalt thou trample underfoot; which also may be understood of the great dragon, the old serpent, called the devil and Satan; whom Christ trampled under his feet when he hung on the cross, and spoiled him and his principalities and powers; and who, in a short time, will be bruised under the feet of his people, as he has been already by the seed of the woman, Genesis 3:15.
 Quoting: Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible



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Or the tower we erect to godhead.
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I like them too Blue and I made them the centerpiece of Part IV of my "Bowman Does Facebook Summer 2012 Tour". chuckle

The reason why I chose them is because I felt that they would be perceived as the least threatening and most interesting 'group' to pick in offering up a new way to see things.


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 Quoting: BOWMAN

Bowman does facebook summer 2012 tour.....Love it. Care to share. lol
 Quoting: Blue Skies


Blue, I've often pointed out the dualistic qualities between Facebook and GLP and how in one medium you are surrounded by people who know you yet discussion tends to lean heavily toward the superficial within a rigid social structure while in the other medium you are surrounded by people who don't know you yet discussion tends to delve so much deeper and reflects qualities of the true self for any given poster.

So, we as GLP'ers spend much of our time where we are comfortable yet knowing that more people need to be exposed to the new perspectives and new ideas that have surfaced unannounced over the last several years. Because if the species as a whole is better informed about the situation they are in, than we will have that much better a chance at successfully navigating the situation we are in. And it's not a definitive situation, it's one that we're getting to know, step by step as aether likes to say. So it's a challenging thing to cross over to that other medium and express that.

We've read about other GLP'ers and their experiences in crossing over to that other medium where they present things in a factual manner but they usually report back that they are usually ignored and tend to get discouraged by the lack of interest. But that's what we do HERE, as we work each other over with a coarse brush. We seek out substance and try and discern what's factual or not through our own discernment. That's not how Facebook operates at a fundamental level though. The fundamental operating level on Facebook is based on emotions. The politics and the breaking news and the relationships, it's a very emotional medium to work in.

So in May I started with Part I. And in part there were deep personal reasons for doing so, as someone misrepresented me and that misunderstanding became how others viewed me, which didn't sit well with me for a long time. The other part was that I was taking cues from the synchronicities that seemed to surround me at the time. I would plan out the different parts but would never stick to the plan as it was always what was happening at the moment that dictated what I would post. The four parts were primarily made of simple statements or patterns and musical expressions that for me seemed to augment the statement/patterns. So expressing myself in that way seemed to fit better with that medium. And I never named or announced what I was doing, I just did it, and left it up to the reader to decide what it was to them.

Like I said, I never named the parts but if I had to this is what I would name them.

Part I - Character
Part II - Perspective
Part III - Ego
Part IV - Love

Those were the themes that were expressed at the emotional level and it felt really good to be able to represent myself that way for all to see. Which so far has had subtle yet positive effects on some whom I have a personal relationship with. In other words, some are reevaluating what they thought they understood about me. And it was a lot of fun to do too. sun


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 Quoting: BOWMAN

I have two facebook pages. One under my real name. For friends and family. The other one is a fake name. For GLP or stuff that I would not want them knowing my real name.
I had deleted my old facebook account because someone had posted my name on here.......So finally I decided to open up a new one about four months ago....Within 24hrs I received green karma, stating they saw what I had done 0112358. My profile pic on facebook depicts the Fibonacci sequence. lol My husband asked if I was going to invite people from GLP to be my friends on facebook. I think I laughed out loud and said no. lol Their are a couple I would trust not to go off on some conspiracy rant. But I am still leery of doing it.

kks118
 Quoting: Blue Skies


Well I can't blame you for be cautious Blue. I took the chance and friended a few GLP'ers and they make for great friends on there. I'm not really on there too much anyways. Just mainly for tour dates. tounge

I currently have Bowman up as my avatar on there as well.

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Cheers, Interpretive bias is what makes us exciting (in both aspects). Mechanistically I'd think cells making up a body (sans mutational glitches) are those that communicate (through precursors and pre encoded stria) most harmoniously as system complexity is maintaining homeostasis through multiple specializations.

As perception clouds action through the creation of potential action and separation through specialization. The greater the complexity of awareness of a thing the potential of that complexity creating holes of specific interpretive biases and further communicative inconsistencies.

A shock to the system and reaction to said stimulus would likely create the most efficient tangled pairs. As sharing of commonalities and survival stress usually breed like reactive minds.

Where it gets sticky is the notion of errant Ideas on the substratum of shared conciousness. As a small error is replicated manifold as complexity increases.

The Lion and the Cobra?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


In short the level from which the reaction is gleaned speaks to the truth of the signal.
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That sounds like trial by fire Dion.


Thou shalt tread upon the lion and adder,.... Or be unhurt by such savage and poisonous creatures; as the Israelites, when they travelled through the wilderness, in which were serpents and scorpions; and many of the servants of God have been delivered from them, or have slain them, as Samson, David, and Daniel; and so Christ was among the wild beasts in the wilderness, and yet not touched or hurt by them; and his disciples had power given them by him to tread on serpents and scorpions, and to take up serpents, without receiving any damage from them; and when a viper fastened on the hand of the Apostle Paul, he shook it off, without being hurt by it; see Mark 1:13, Acts 28:5, it may be understood figuratively of Satan, who, for his voraciousness and cruelty, is compared to a lion; and, for his craft and subtlety, to a serpent, 1 Peter 5:8,

The young lion and the dragon shalt thou trample underfoot; which also may be understood of the great dragon, the old serpent, called the devil and Satan; whom Christ trampled under his feet when he hung on the cross, and spoiled him and his principalities and powers; and who, in a short time, will be bruised under the feet of his people, as he has been already by the seed of the woman, Genesis 3:15.
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Or the tower we erect to godhead.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


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On the universe part.....I would have to say the group on Thunderbolts :)

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I like them too Blue and I made them the centerpiece of Part IV of my "Bowman Does Facebook Summer 2012 Tour". chuckle

The reason why I chose them is because I felt that they would be perceived as the least threatening and most interesting 'group' to pick in offering up a new way to see things.


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Bowman does facebook summer 2012 tour.....Love it. Care to share. lol
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Blue, I've often pointed out the dualistic qualities between Facebook and GLP and how in one medium you are surrounded by people who know you yet discussion tends to lean heavily toward the superficial within a rigid social structure while in the other medium you are surrounded by people who don't know you yet discussion tends to delve so much deeper and reflects qualities of the true self for any given poster.

So, we as GLP'ers spend much of our time where we are comfortable yet knowing that more people need to be exposed to the new perspectives and new ideas that have surfaced unannounced over the last several years. Because if the species as a whole is better informed about the situation they are in, than we will have that much better a chance at successfully navigating the situation we are in. And it's not a definitive situation, it's one that we're getting to know, step by step as aether likes to say. So it's a challenging thing to cross over to that other medium and express that.

We've read about other GLP'ers and their experiences in crossing over to that other medium where they present things in a factual manner but they usually report back that they are usually ignored and tend to get discouraged by the lack of interest. But that's what we do HERE, as we work each other over with a coarse brush. We seek out substance and try and discern what's factual or not through our own discernment. That's not how Facebook operates at a fundamental level though. The fundamental operating level on Facebook is based on emotions. The politics and the breaking news and the relationships, it's a very emotional medium to work in.

So in May I started with Part I. And in part there were deep personal reasons for doing so, as someone misrepresented me and that misunderstanding became how others viewed me, which didn't sit well with me for a long time. The other part was that I was taking cues from the synchronicities that seemed to surround me at the time. I would plan out the different parts but would never stick to the plan as it was always what was happening at the moment that dictated what I would post. The four parts were primarily made of simple statements or patterns and musical expressions that for me seemed to augment the statement/patterns. So expressing myself in that way seemed to fit better with that medium. And I never named or announced what I was doing, I just did it, and left it up to the reader to decide what it was to them.

Like I said, I never named the parts but if I had to this is what I would name them.

Part I - Character
Part II - Perspective
Part III - Ego
Part IV - Love

Those were the themes that were expressed at the emotional level and it felt really good to be able to represent myself that way for all to see. Which so far has had subtle yet positive effects on some whom I have a personal relationship with. In other words, some are reevaluating what they thought they understood about me. And it was a lot of fun to do too. sun


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I've ventured out into the Facebook wilderness, too
began a forum, to talk about what really matters, lol, it was busy for a while, but then stopped, I suspect my choice of website name was too - (I like to think) revolutionary,
so some friends didn't want to associate with me on Facebook.
I'd be happy to be your friend on there, check your pm.
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I like them too Blue and I made them the centerpiece of Part IV of my "Bowman Does Facebook Summer 2012 Tour". chuckle

The reason why I chose them is because I felt that they would be perceived as the least threatening and most interesting 'group' to pick in offering up a new way to see things.


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Bowman does facebook summer 2012 tour.....Love it. Care to share. lol
 Quoting: Blue Skies


Blue, I've often pointed out the dualistic qualities between Facebook and GLP and how in one medium you are surrounded by people who know you yet discussion tends to lean heavily toward the superficial within a rigid social structure while in the other medium you are surrounded by people who don't know you yet discussion tends to delve so much deeper and reflects qualities of the true self for any given poster.

So, we as GLP'ers spend much of our time where we are comfortable yet knowing that more people need to be exposed to the new perspectives and new ideas that have surfaced unannounced over the last several years. Because if the species as a whole is better informed about the situation they are in, than we will have that much better a chance at successfully navigating the situation we are in. And it's not a definitive situation, it's one that we're getting to know, step by step as aether likes to say. So it's a challenging thing to cross over to that other medium and express that.

We've read about other GLP'ers and their experiences in crossing over to that other medium where they present things in a factual manner but they usually report back that they are usually ignored and tend to get discouraged by the lack of interest. But that's what we do HERE, as we work each other over with a coarse brush. We seek out substance and try and discern what's factual or not through our own discernment. That's not how Facebook operates at a fundamental level though. The fundamental operating level on Facebook is based on emotions. The politics and the breaking news and the relationships, it's a very emotional medium to work in.

So in May I started with Part I. And in part there were deep personal reasons for doing so, as someone misrepresented me and that misunderstanding became how others viewed me, which didn't sit well with me for a long time. The other part was that I was taking cues from the synchronicities that seemed to surround me at the time. I would plan out the different parts but would never stick to the plan as it was always what was happening at the moment that dictated what I would post. The four parts were primarily made of simple statements or patterns and musical expressions that for me seemed to augment the statement/patterns. So expressing myself in that way seemed to fit better with that medium. And I never named or announced what I was doing, I just did it, and left it up to the reader to decide what it was to them.

Like I said, I never named the parts but if I had to this is what I would name them.

Part I - Character
Part II - Perspective
Part III - Ego
Part IV - Love

Those were the themes that were expressed at the emotional level and it felt really good to be able to represent myself that way for all to see. Which so far has had subtle yet positive effects on some whom I have a personal relationship with. In other words, some are reevaluating what they thought they understood about me. And it was a lot of fun to do too. sun


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I've ventured out into the Facebook wilderness, too
began a forum, to talk about what really matters, lol, it was busy for a while, but then stopped, I suspect my choice of website name was too - (I like to think) revolutionary,
so some friends didn't want to associate with me on Facebook.
I'd be happy to be your friend on there, check your pm.
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Thanks for the kind gesture KK. I'm honored. : )

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This is a clear and distinct knowing of knowledge, and frequently, without knowing the source the knowledge. Intuition includes feelings or sensations too; a person may just suddenly feel, or know, that he or she is or is not to do a certain think. Most of the time intuition is without a pre-thought process. The knowledge is suddenly present within the person's mind; or the person just feels with a compelling force that this is the thing to do.

Intuition is frequently called a hunch, a gut feeling, a burst of genius, a gut response, and even luck. It is a function of the right hemisphere of the brain involving extra-sensory perception (ESP), but much more; it functions on the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels. Each person experiences intuition differently. There may be physical sensations, such as tingling of the skin or a feeling of leaden weights in the stomach; clairaudient or inner voices (see Clairvoyance); seemingly explicable attractions or aversions to newly met people; inspirational solutions to problems; feelings of closeness to God or the Divine Force; mental imagery; or clue from the environment that alter personal plans.

 Quoting: Themystica


It is perceived in our culture as something that's "underdeveloped" but I think it's perceived that way because Western culture teaches and thinks with a heavy bias towards the left hemisphere of the human brain.


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The state of things as they actually exist is barely perceivable from our human vantage point.
I think most people get to that understanding eventually and then find peace in the art of living it rather than trying to define/rationalize it.
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The state of things as they actually exist is barely perceivable from our human vantage point.
I think most people get to that understanding eventually and then find peace in the art of living it rather than trying to define/rationalize it.
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I think that is because there is no call or need being put on things like perception and how it is a variable that can be changed. We go through our education which more often than not set up in cookie cutter fashion. We get a job. Attempt to fit in. And try not to walk into each other as we stroll down the hallways looking down at our smart phones. There's no real importance being put on the act of thinking about what lies beyond our little systems here.

Growing up and having an interest in astronomy was a key I think in letting my mind wander out there, where I would contemplate through endless hours about what the possibilities could be. My dad use to remark about how few people would look up at the stars. If your mind doesn't explore beyond the everyday mundane activities we carry out here on the ground, than I think it becomes so much harder to conceive of looking at things a different way, let alone actually experience such a shift in perspective.


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The state of things as they actually exist is barely perceivable from our human vantage point.
I think most people get to that understanding eventually and then find peace in the art of living it rather than trying to define/rationalize it.
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I think that is because there is no call or need being put on things like perception and how it is a variable that can be changed. We go through our education which more often than not set up in cookie cutter fashion. We get a job. Attempt to fit in. And try not to walk into each other as we stroll down the hallways looking down at our smart phones. There's no real importance being put on the act of thinking about what lies beyond our little systems here.

Growing up and having an interest in astronomy was a key I think in letting my mind wander out there, where I would contemplate through endless hours about what the possibilities could be. My dad use to remark about how few people would look up at the stars. If your mind doesn't explore beyond the everyday mundane activities we carry out here on the ground, than I think it becomes so much harder to conceive of looking at things a different way, let alone actually experience such a shift in perspective.


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When you go out there you effectively bring back an objective mutability. As what is seen as vital drama through the eyes may become a comedy of great buffoonery from the audience.
The distance between any two points is infinite if you are doing it right.
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Father Lord God All Powerful, and my brother Jesus Christ.
hf
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Ditto (: truth you feel in your heart.. check out the gospels.. primarily yeshua`s teachings.. nothing but love and helping to simplify life for you.
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Yep...just different ways to live a life.
Understanding it is probably just another small factor that affects the quality of the experience.
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The state of things as they actually exist is barely perceivable from our human vantage point.
I think most people get to that understanding eventually and then find peace in the art of living it rather than trying to define/rationalize it.
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I think that is because there is no call or need being put on things like perception and how it is a variable that can be changed. We go through our education which more often than not set up in cookie cutter fashion. We get a job. Attempt to fit in. And try not to walk into each other as we stroll down the hallways looking down at our smart phones. There's no real importance being put on the act of thinking about what lies beyond our little systems here.

Growing up and having an interest in astronomy was a key I think in letting my mind wander out there, where I would contemplate through endless hours about what the possibilities could be. My dad use to remark about how few people would look up at the stars. If your mind doesn't explore beyond the everyday mundane activities we carry out here on the ground, than I think it becomes so much harder to conceive of looking at things a different way, let alone actually experience such a shift in perspective.


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When you go out there you effectively bring back an objective mutability. As what is seen as vital drama through the eyes may become a comedy of great buffoonery from the audience.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I can see how it is set up as such Dion. To extend out the description that was made of Facebook having an emotional baseline in the way it operates, it is but a reflection of the reality that occurs in meatworld. And all I see out there are blind spots galore. tounge

I'm sure I still have some too.


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Father Lord God All Powerful, and my brother Jesus Christ.
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Ditto (: truth you feel in your heart.. check out the gospels.. primarily yeshua`s teachings.. nothing but love and helping to simplify life for you.
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If the heart could speak directly, without being filtered through the brain, would it speak in English? hmm


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Yep...just different ways to live a life.
Understanding it is probably just another small factor that affects the quality of the experience.
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I've been doing a little thought experiment lately in which the present me goes back in time to meet the 10-12 year old version of me. So I think back to what my expectations were of the future (now) when I was that age. And each time I run through this thought experiment, the young version of me is always quite stunned as to what the (now) me has to tell him.


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