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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle Chaol
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Do you feel Chaol has complete control of all of his perspectives?
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 Quoting: Unit3


I'm barely scratching the surface, so to speak.

As I've explained it earlier it would be as if you took a trip to an other planet and explained your world's monetary system.

Some people may be generally fascinated with such a system (should they have only vague concepts of exchanged value in their world) but for me it's just normal. I'm not "an economist" but rather someone quite normal in my world who happens to use "money".

Others may despise the idea (rightfully so).

Instead of calling them dollars maybe you will call them units to suit local tastes. You adopt your explanation to make it a bit easier to understand.

I can explain some things about it and know a little bit about "derivatives" and other instruments but I'm by no means an expert.

Right now we've just gotten off of counting (1, 2, 3...) and the nature of buying and selling (the Genius) and are moving to more advanced topics such as interest (some of what we're getting into on the past couple of pages).

Although I must say we have enough material for the next 50 years. There is so much left to explain :)
 Quoting: Chaol

I can see there is still so much to explain.

I can hardly believe you've just scratched the surface in understanding how you create perceptions. I would be quite happy to have your understanding. But then, I suppose it would be boring to know everything, eh? ;o)
 Quoting: Unit3


There's no end to knowledge and understanding, so there's no limit to my ignorance :)

The exploration of reality is as old as civilization but, yes, we've only scratched the surface.

Part of the issue is unlearning much of what we have all ready integrated into our understanding.

For me it's better to forget a lot of this and re-discover it. It's actually what I go through every time I leave here.

If you asked me any simple question on the first day of my return I would not have the slightest idea ;)

Such processes increase interaction and it's what we all go through without realizing it. Then we make sense of the new and it seems as though there was never a total destruction at all.
 
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