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Endgame analysis: Threading the eye of the needle

 
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Endgame analysis: Threading the eye of the needle
What is the point?

Stripping and rerouting packets.

To what end?

The utility of want, expediency and systemic homeostasis. Often regarded as the ecosystem and interplay thereof (cui bono).

There seem to be two currencies in play in this world. Foremost, the idea and secondarily, the ability to occlude or exclude from direct benefit(the hack).

The essence of coding and encoding to stop middle men from co opting or rerouting for their own benefit.

data integrity and carry through of intention.

Open source democracies and the true efficiencies of capitalism.

The dissolution of the middle man and contract law as an exclusionary force.

The ability to transact without interuption and rerouting, but with accountability.

wholeheartedly the integrity of the data set.

what is vital?

the free unimpeded flow of data.

We are entering an age where we are recompiling our social compacts to make them directly distributive. We have choices to make on the source and mode of this dispersion.

Our gods, values, ethics and hopes are being digitized for consumption.

The question is: How and who or what will be the point of distribution?

Multiple A.I's in contest to serve content and resyncretize conciousness.

The logarithm simply de-exponentializes; the algorithm sets conditionality, but executive function must come from organic minds.


The beginning of a Thunk.

"it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God."

Heaven is here or it is nowhere.
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Baudrillard at the end of a similar discussion called it a 'carcereal Disneyland.' Considering this, isn't heaven just a word?
Tous les autres peuples ont commis des crimes, les Juifs sont les seuls qui s'en soient vantés. Ils sont tous nés avec la rage du fanatisme dans le cœur, comme les Bretons et les Germains naissent avec des cheveux blonds. Je ne serais point étonné que cette nation ne fût un jour funeste au genre humain.
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Baudrillard at the end of a similar discussion called it a 'carcereal Disneyland.' Considering this, isn't heaven just a word?
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


Mexico is sort of a moral Disneyland.


"Donkey show?"



That is the plan for the whole western world, by the way.
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Baudrillard at the end of a similar discussion called it a 'carcereal Disneyland.' Considering this, isn't heaven just a word?
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


Mexico is sort of a moral Disneyland.


"Donkey show?"



That is the plan for the whole western world, by the way.
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And given the revaluation of all values and currency systems, there is nothing that recommends one course over another, except aesthetics. "Mushroom Cloud Chic" sounds nice.
Tous les autres peuples ont commis des crimes, les Juifs sont les seuls qui s'en soient vantés. Ils sont tous nés avec la rage du fanatisme dans le cœur, comme les Bretons et les Germains naissent avec des cheveux blonds. Je ne serais point étonné que cette nation ne fût un jour funeste au genre humain.
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Baudrillard at the end of a similar discussion called it a 'carcereal Disneyland.' Considering this, isn't heaven just a word?
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It depends if it is an endpoint or the basis for ongoing motivation. all systems evolve to reincorporate that which they find motivating, arousing or essential as a purveyor of intention.
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Baudrillard at the end of a similar discussion called it a 'carcereal Disneyland.' Considering this, isn't heaven just a word?
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


Mexico is sort of a moral Disneyland.


"Donkey show?"



That is the plan for the whole western world, by the way.
 Quoting: Adytum


The whole western world was a syncretizing of western european philosophical traditions on the basis of man and freedoms.

It was predicated on an association with a renewed revelation of space and plenty.

Ring any bells?

lets envision the role of technology.
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Baudrillard at the end of a similar discussion called it a 'carcereal Disneyland.' Considering this, isn't heaven just a word?
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


Mexico is sort of a moral Disneyland.


"Donkey show?"



That is the plan for the whole western world, by the way.
 Quoting: Adytum


The whole western world was a syncretizing of western european philosophical traditions on the basis of man and freedoms.

It was predicated on an association with a renewed revelation of space and plenty.

Ring any bells?

lets envision the role of technology.
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I'm still wrestling with psychology, sorry to say. Man is the creature who does things like this. Redemption, forgiveness, and especially paradise seem to be precluded categorically. The redemption depended on the elite being able to give plenty when plenty wasn't quite so easy to reproduce. There are indications that even the 'good ones' are still incapable of that. It's leisure class economics, although unlike Veblen and Nietzsche, I do not limit this spiteful behavior strictly to the dolicocephalic blond type.
Tous les autres peuples ont commis des crimes, les Juifs sont les seuls qui s'en soient vantés. Ils sont tous nés avec la rage du fanatisme dans le cœur, comme les Bretons et les Germains naissent avec des cheveux blonds. Je ne serais point étonné que cette nation ne fût un jour funeste au genre humain.
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Baudrillard at the end of a similar discussion called it a 'carcereal Disneyland.' Considering this, isn't heaven just a word?
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


Mexico is sort of a moral Disneyland.


"Donkey show?"



That is the plan for the whole western world, by the way.
 Quoting: Adytum


The whole western world was a syncretizing of western european philosophical traditions on the basis of man and freedoms.

It was predicated on an association with a renewed revelation of space and plenty.

Ring any bells?

lets envision the role of technology.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76674183


I'm still wrestling with psychology, sorry to say. Man is the creature who does things like this. Redemption, forgiveness, and especially paradise seem to be precluded categorically. The redemption depended on the elite being able to give plenty when plenty wasn't quite so easy to reproduce. There are indications that even the 'good ones' are still incapable of that. It's leisure class economics, although unlike Veblen and Nietzsche, I do not limit this spiteful behavior strictly to the dolicocephalic blond type.
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


People tend to believe paradise to be a destination, a reward...a leisure activity.

When, in fact, it is a sisyphean task. You roll that rock until you disappear.

You must do to be.


In my ramblings I've defined good as being that which affects the most beings in a positive manner.
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Mexico is sort of a moral Disneyland.


"Donkey show?"



That is the plan for the whole western world, by the way.
 Quoting: Adytum


The whole western world was a syncretizing of western european philosophical traditions on the basis of man and freedoms.

It was predicated on an association with a renewed revelation of space and plenty.

Ring any bells?

lets envision the role of technology.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76674183


I'm still wrestling with psychology, sorry to say. Man is the creature who does things like this. Redemption, forgiveness, and especially paradise seem to be precluded categorically. The redemption depended on the elite being able to give plenty when plenty wasn't quite so easy to reproduce. There are indications that even the 'good ones' are still incapable of that. It's leisure class economics, although unlike Veblen and Nietzsche, I do not limit this spiteful behavior strictly to the dolicocephalic blond type.
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


People tend to believe paradise to be a destination, a reward...a leisure activity.

When, in fact, it is a sisyphean task. You roll that rock until you disappear.

You must do to be.


In my ramblings I've defined good as being that which affects the most beings in a positive manner.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76674183


Listen. I have spent the past eight years working on a project for assholes that consumes all of my spare time and sunny days. I've now lost two of my best and oldest friends whom I used to have time to visit when I was not so employed. And who benefits? Strangers. Assholes. The usual beneficiaries of your 'positive manner.' Comfort would come from the statement 'there is no meaning' being allowed. It isn't. Rest and peace of mind would come from being allowed to quit and walk away. I'm not. There would have some sense of purpose in these beneficiaries doing anything other than sneering and holding their hand out. They never have, never do, and never will. They expect others to be their slaves.

There is no in-tension in the absence of a private, subjective space. People who pencil these things out don't actually care about others, but hire other people to. But they still write the plans, don't they? And these plans seem to fail as much as they succeed, for all the boxes that their goals may check.

IT. DOESN'T. MATTER. Nothing matters. None of the words you use has anything backing it. Nothing. They correspond to nothing, they justify nothing, they MEAN nothing. They are the attempted reification of the ideas of managers who envision people as 'units'. It took a lot of killing to get here, and they want to stay. It will likely end in a lot of death. My connections to human society are winking out one by one, and you don't know me enough to offer anything of actual worth. It's all philosophical to you, a thought-experiment and a problem to solve. This isn't a problem of outlook, sorry to say. Nothing you can fix. Wrongness and rightness have nothing to do with it. I've just grown to despise you and the way you conceptualize things, and the genuine shock you have that the objects of your uninvested charitable impulses do not appreciate it. It is probably the only genuine thing about you. Thanks for nothing.
Tous les autres peuples ont commis des crimes, les Juifs sont les seuls qui s'en soient vantés. Ils sont tous nés avec la rage du fanatisme dans le cœur, comme les Bretons et les Germains naissent avec des cheveux blonds. Je ne serais point étonné que cette nation ne fût un jour funeste au genre humain.
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The whole western world was a syncretizing of western european philosophical traditions on the basis of man and freedoms.

It was predicated on an association with a renewed revelation of space and plenty.

Ring any bells?

lets envision the role of technology.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76674183


I'm still wrestling with psychology, sorry to say. Man is the creature who does things like this. Redemption, forgiveness, and especially paradise seem to be precluded categorically. The redemption depended on the elite being able to give plenty when plenty wasn't quite so easy to reproduce. There are indications that even the 'good ones' are still incapable of that. It's leisure class economics, although unlike Veblen and Nietzsche, I do not limit this spiteful behavior strictly to the dolicocephalic blond type.
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


People tend to believe paradise to be a destination, a reward...a leisure activity.

When, in fact, it is a sisyphean task. You roll that rock until you disappear.

You must do to be.


In my ramblings I've defined good as being that which affects the most beings in a positive manner.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76674183


Listen. I have spent the past eight years working on a project for assholes that consumes all of my spare time and sunny days. I've now lost two of my best and oldest friends whom I used to have time to visit when I was not so employed. And who benefits? Strangers. Assholes. The usual beneficiaries of your 'positive manner.' Comfort would come from the statement 'there is no meaning' being allowed. It isn't. Rest and peace of mind would come from being allowed to quit and walk away. I'm not. There would have some sense of purpose in these beneficiaries doing anything other than sneering and holding their hand out. They never have, never do, and never will. They expect others to be their slaves.

There is no in-tension in the absence of a private, subjective space. People who pencil these things out don't actually care about others, but hire other people to. But they still write the plans, don't they? And these plans seem to fail as much as they succeed, for all the boxes that their goals may check.

IT. DOESN'T. MATTER. Nothing matters. None of the words you use has anything backing it. Nothing. They correspond to nothing, they justify nothing, they MEAN nothing. They are the attempted reification of the ideas of managers who envision people as 'units'. It took a lot of killing to get here, and they want to stay. It will likely end in a lot of death. My connections to human society are winking out one by one, and you don't know me enough to offer anything of actual worth. It's all philosophical to you, a thought-experiment and a problem to solve. This isn't a problem of outlook, sorry to say. Nothing you can fix. Wrongness and rightness have nothing to do with it. I've just grown to despise you and the way you conceptualize things, and the genuine shock you have that the objects of your uninvested charitable impulses do not appreciate it. It is probably the only genuine thing about you. Thanks for nothing.
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


Privacy and anonymity have everything to do with it. As do and does personal joy(s).

I fully realize that the heart of any and all actions is selfishness; As selfishness is that which we know beyond all other.

As such it becomes a motivating force...as we tend to yearn to be free of our myopia as it becomes a restrictive space and thus the carcereal you alluded to. It inevitably forces us to reach out or wilt under our own self imposed gravity.

Your rant doesnt address the fact that managers are the very middle men I named as being inefficiencies and energy leeches in the system.

The system very much does exist and is being instituted as we speak.


The only point being who and how it shall be instituted and run.
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everything ends in death. The only question remains is the route.
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I'm still wrestling with psychology, sorry to say. Man is the creature who does things like this. Redemption, forgiveness, and especially paradise seem to be precluded categorically. The redemption depended on the elite being able to give plenty when plenty wasn't quite so easy to reproduce. There are indications that even the 'good ones' are still incapable of that. It's leisure class economics, although unlike Veblen and Nietzsche, I do not limit this spiteful behavior strictly to the dolicocephalic blond type.
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


People tend to believe paradise to be a destination, a reward...a leisure activity.

When, in fact, it is a sisyphean task. You roll that rock until you disappear.

You must do to be.


In my ramblings I've defined good as being that which affects the most beings in a positive manner.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76674183


Listen. I have spent the past eight years working on a project for assholes that consumes all of my spare time and sunny days. I've now lost two of my best and oldest friends whom I used to have time to visit when I was not so employed. And who benefits? Strangers. Assholes. The usual beneficiaries of your 'positive manner.' Comfort would come from the statement 'there is no meaning' being allowed. It isn't. Rest and peace of mind would come from being allowed to quit and walk away. I'm not. There would have some sense of purpose in these beneficiaries doing anything other than sneering and holding their hand out. They never have, never do, and never will. They expect others to be their slaves.

There is no in-tension in the absence of a private, subjective space. People who pencil these things out don't actually care about others, but hire other people to. But they still write the plans, don't they? And these plans seem to fail as much as they succeed, for all the boxes that their goals may check.

IT. DOESN'T. MATTER. Nothing matters. None of the words you use has anything backing it. Nothing. They correspond to nothing, they justify nothing, they MEAN nothing. They are the attempted reification of the ideas of managers who envision people as 'units'. It took a lot of killing to get here, and they want to stay. It will likely end in a lot of death. My connections to human society are winking out one by one, and you don't know me enough to offer anything of actual worth. It's all philosophical to you, a thought-experiment and a problem to solve. This isn't a problem of outlook, sorry to say. Nothing you can fix. Wrongness and rightness have nothing to do with it. I've just grown to despise you and the way you conceptualize things, and the genuine shock you have that the objects of your uninvested charitable impulses do not appreciate it. It is probably the only genuine thing about you. Thanks for nothing.
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


Privacy and anonymity have everything to do with it. As do and does personal joy(s).

I fully realize that the heart of any and all actions is selfishness; As selfishness is that which we know beyond all other.

As such it becomes a motivating force...as we tend to yearn to be free of our myopia as it becomes a restrictive space and thus the carcereal you alluded to. It inevitably forces us to reach out or wilt under our own self imposed gravity.

Your rant doesnt address the fact that managers are the very middle men I named as being inefficiencies and energy leeches in the system.

The system very much does exist and is being instituted as we speak.


The only point being who and how it shall be instituted and run.
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People always knew managers were leeches. The lack of appreciation, not for the 'worker' but for the 'work' is what enables them to delegate it so effectively. The old system is the human whose value is 'worker' dressed up as more than he is. Now that the worker is a machine, the human in actuality has no value.

He has potential, to be sure, and the system is being instituted as you say to make sure he doesn't use it. The point is to disguise the absence of social mobility in terms of actual power, not goods. Goods are baubles. What gets me is the sudden appearance of concern for what were 'resources' before. That extends to 'human resources'. It's BS. They are like their fathers and grandfathers, and no doubt the cruelest techniques are in place to make sure of that.

The essential mode of evaluation on the part of this CASTE does not change. The world, what it is made of, and the people that inhabit it--unique though they are--are resources. So why does all the rhetoric these days stink of 'love,' just like the rhetoric of the previous century and a half reeked of 'progress'? Your mistake is in thinking that after all the slaughter the ruling class engaged in to be gods, that if they acted generously the basic nature of a person who wants to be god undergoes a change. It doesn't.

They wanted to own people. Now they do. So they want to own happy people. Enter 'panopticon feedlot'. Not to mention euthanasia, because this carnival atmosphere solves nothing of the hard physical problems underlying actual reality. Just one question: how much of this 'beautiful, precious' world would the masters leave standing were they convinced they were about to lose it? And if this is the loftiest sentiment that can be got from the most sublime elite there ever was, what right do you have to expect more from a pleb? Being invested in something means having a stake in it. I don't, and the idea seems increasingly unreal in any case. Spiritually, it isn't worth anything that people are ready to repent of their ruthlessness once it has achieved its object. The wellness index, the happiness index, and other spreadsheets and checklists are just distractions from this basic absence of transcendence and transformation exactly where everyone has told me to expect it. So what? "I too am in Arcadia."
Tous les autres peuples ont commis des crimes, les Juifs sont les seuls qui s'en soient vantés. Ils sont tous nés avec la rage du fanatisme dans le cœur, comme les Bretons et les Germains naissent avec des cheveux blonds. Je ne serais point étonné que cette nation ne fût un jour funeste au genre humain.
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The system has no face to it as of yet. It is a self replicating database.

How it relates to nodes and its effects have yet to be written.

Im not selling anything, just mining potentialities versus the realities and conceptions they arise from.

People are at their best when they question everything and trust no one.

However, time and energies are best invested on living over surviving.

Any positive change can only arise from and by the fact that we are alike but in different ways.

Human resources must be complicit in their choice and outcome.

The hegellian dialectic comes full circle.

In being inauthentic one only recieves the inauthentic and traps oneself in a self fulfilling paradigm.

We are beyond centralization. We are beyond indoctrinated servitude.

The question is: what is the future we will write?
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Are we capable of choosing responsibility over casting aspersions on other?
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You aren't family. You aren't friends. *What* responsibility?
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Are we capable of choosing responsibility over casting aspersions on other?
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You aren't family. You aren't friends. *What* responsibility?
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To the choices you have made.
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Are we capable of choosing responsibility over casting aspersions on other?
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You aren't family. You aren't friends. *What* responsibility?
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To the choices you have made.
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Which ones? Most of my biggest choices were made for me. And responsible to whom? This isn't a God thread. And the stake in society is nil. So be specific.
Tous les autres peuples ont commis des crimes, les Juifs sont les seuls qui s'en soient vantés. Ils sont tous nés avec la rage du fanatisme dans le cœur, comme les Bretons et les Germains naissent avec des cheveux blonds. Je ne serais point étonné que cette nation ne fût un jour funeste au genre humain.
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Die in a fire.
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Die in a fire.
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Hold my hand.
Tous les autres peuples ont commis des crimes, les Juifs sont les seuls qui s'en soient vantés. Ils sont tous nés avec la rage du fanatisme dans le cœur, comme les Bretons et les Germains naissent avec des cheveux blonds. Je ne serais point étonné que cette nation ne fût un jour funeste au genre humain.
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We are body and soul.

There is that which cannot be captured, only given up for profit or in defeat. But always remember that defeat can be temporary, because there is always redemption.

These people of whom you speak, they too fall sick, lose people and places and things that hold meaning for them, face old age and death, no matter what resources they use to stave off our common human ills.

I have one in my surroundings who is actually titled and this is from where comes his sense of entitlement.

He is not all-powerful; he needs his managers and workers and cameras and access to common fees so that he can buy influence via donations to charities, among others.

But that is not the sum of his power.
There's something going on that is not earthly.

You have some too.
Otherwise, he would not need your enslavement or your assent.
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Are we capable of choosing responsibility over casting aspersions on other?
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You aren't family. You aren't friends. *What* responsibility?
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To the choices you have made.
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Which ones? Most of my biggest choices were made for me. And responsible to whom? This isn't a God thread. And the stake in society is nil. So be specific.
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I'll be thematic rather than specific; So, Any choice which you made assuming that you were without authentic choice.

Which god and or manifestation of society are we speaking of and for?
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We are body and soul.

There is that which cannot be captured, only given up for profit or in defeat. But always remember that defeat can be temporary, because there is always redemption.

These people of whom you speak, they too fall sick, lose people and places and things that hold meaning for them, face old age and death, no matter what resources they use to stave off our common human ills.

I have one in my surroundings who is actually titled and this is from where comes his sense of entitlement.

He is not all-powerful; he needs his managers and workers and cameras and access to common fees so that he can buy influence via donations to charities, among others.

But that is not the sum of his power.
There's something going on that is not earthly.

You have some too.
Otherwise, he would not need your enslavement or your assent.
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I don't believe any conciousness to be specifically earthly. It is as far and as much as we are willing to travel either materially or immaterially.

Choice as such is only bound by belief and/or belief in required assent.
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Just bought my ticket to watch Avengers Endgame at 10:20 on the MAGA screen.
Will provide analysis once I return to my skanktuary.
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We are body and soul.

There is that which cannot be captured, only given up for profit or in defeat. But always remember that defeat can be temporary, because there is always redemption.

These people of whom you speak, they too fall sick, lose people and places and things that hold meaning for them, face old age and death, no matter what resources they use to stave off our common human ills.

I have one in my surroundings who is actually titled and this is from where comes his sense of entitlement.

He is not all-powerful; he needs his managers and workers and cameras and access to common fees so that he can buy influence via donations to charities, among others.

But that is not the sum of his power.
There's something going on that is not earthly.

You have some too.
Otherwise, he would not need your enslavement or your assent.
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I don't believe any conciousness to be specifically earthly. It is as far and as much as we are willing to travel either materially or immaterially.

Choice as such is only bound by belief and/or belief in required assent.
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There is also experience that underscores belief.
This goes beyond choice and assent.
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Re: Endgame analysis: Threading the eye of the needle
God seeks all your blood.
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05/02/2019 08:02 AM
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Re: Endgame analysis: Threading the eye of the needle
We are body and soul.

There is that which cannot be captured, only given up for profit or in defeat. But always remember that defeat can be temporary, because there is always redemption.

These people of whom you speak, they too fall sick, lose people and places and things that hold meaning for them, face old age and death, no matter what resources they use to stave off our common human ills.

I have one in my surroundings who is actually titled and this is from where comes his sense of entitlement.

He is not all-powerful; he needs his managers and workers and cameras and access to common fees so that he can buy influence via donations to charities, among others.

But that is not the sum of his power.
There's something going on that is not earthly.

You have some too.
Otherwise, he would not need your enslavement or your assent.
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I don't believe any conciousness to be specifically earthly. It is as far and as much as we are willing to travel either materially or immaterially.

Choice as such is only bound by belief and/or belief in required assent.
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There is also experience that underscores belief.
This goes beyond choice and assent.
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Infinitude or other?

Convexity, longevity and the birthplace of echoes.

To some the birthplace of grace and others maddening chaos.
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05/02/2019 08:04 AM
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We are body and soul.

There is that which cannot be captured, only given up for profit or in defeat. But always remember that defeat can be temporary, because there is always redemption.

These people of whom you speak, they too fall sick, lose people and places and things that hold meaning for them, face old age and death, no matter what resources they use to stave off our common human ills.

I have one in my surroundings who is actually titled and this is from where comes his sense of entitlement.

He is not all-powerful; he needs his managers and workers and cameras and access to common fees so that he can buy influence via donations to charities, among others.

But that is not the sum of his power.
There's something going on that is not earthly.

You have some too.
Otherwise, he would not need your enslavement or your assent.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73002583


I don't believe any conciousness to be specifically earthly. It is as far and as much as we are willing to travel either materially or immaterially.

Choice as such is only bound by belief and/or belief in required assent.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76674183


There is also experience that underscores belief.
This goes beyond choice and assent.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73002583


Infinitude or other?

Convexity, longevity and the birthplace of echoes.

To some the birthplace of grace and others maddening chaos.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76674183


Somehow concavity was spell corrected to longevity, which I find intriguing all on its own.
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05/02/2019 11:46 AM
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Re: Endgame analysis: Threading the eye of the needle
People are often crushed under the weight of infinity and its disposiion to subsume all other function.

However, It's much simpler to view it weightlessly as an arc structure winding into ever expanding and already expansive space.

As it interplays with self it refracts function and as it continually winds it become a repository of both what was and through this refraction, what will be.

the monster under the bed.

the bed being concious awareness.

The use or utility of technology is to store inside itself the value of utility( ease of repetition and transmission or unit of storage). It becomes a representation of the crux of potential and current reality. As such it becomes representative of and transmits that selfsame awareness.

This echoes as a simulcrum of this timespace arc shifting relationships through its fundamental machinations. From simple to complex function while maintaining simplicity.

a short mission statement in a mantra.
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05/02/2019 11:47 AM
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next: money and influence as data.
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05/02/2019 12:04 PM
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Re: Endgame analysis: Threading the eye of the needle
Its always about control, but more importantly the who's and how's.
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05/02/2019 01:19 PM

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Re: Endgame analysis: Threading the eye of the needle
Somewhere along the way most lost the capacity to fly about in dreams only to sink in nightmares.

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