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Endgame analysis: Threading the eye of the needle

 
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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.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I believe Bitcoin offers a very real solution to these problems and much more.

We need to take the money power off them.

It is one of the keys to our freedom.
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Yes it is. The only value that needs to change is how we see and value money over the action(s) that it repurposes.
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You think maybe it'll be used by the moral majority to gain the moral high ground when the big war starts? I do!

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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.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I cannot speak knowledgeably of information or monetary theory
However, I have threaded many needles :)
This is probably not only the beginning of a Thunk, but the beginning of a Task

So the quoted statement regards the kindaobvious problem of
A) Relative size
This is somewhat a spurious obstacle
Unless your heart's desire is set on a particular thread or needle, you can just choose a better tool, so
A.1) Hearts desire

On to
B) Discerning the eye
One must have the ability to see the goal - another kindaobvious problem
Golden-eyed needles and magnifying glasses and extra sources of light, oh my! (especially the serger)

Then
C) Establishing alignment
The two-handed protocol of with one hand, maintaining the stability of the target while on the other hand, smoothly guiding the motion of the thread in the direction of the eye
Trials and errors abound

Finally D) Pulling through and doubling back
Success!
Maybe tie a knot, and watch for tangles as Thunk intentions meet the reality of the Task


Of course heaven is here
It's spring, isn't it?

Happy planting!
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You think maybe it'll be used by the moral majority to gain the moral high ground when the big war starts? I do!
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I don't see a big war. It is more threatening to the current distribution of the system then the forces currently aligning. Small actions calling for centralized response.

Very Machiavellian underpinnings: minorities within, Majorities without.

All propaganda is divisive and suggests the only solution is centralization.
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You think maybe it'll be used by the moral majority to gain the moral high ground when the big war starts? I do!
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I don't see a big war. It is more threatening to the current distribution of the system then the forces currently aligning. Small actions calling for centralized response.

Very Machiavellian underpinnings: minorities within, Majorities without.

All propaganda is divisive and suggests the only solution is centralization.
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They are going to have to kill me because I'm not going against God or nature. They can't even torture me into believing that shit.
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OP, I'm sorry for all you had to endure, despite the fact I have nothing to do with it but once again I thank you. I may not understand everything you have said but I do understand enough to know you're not alone. Much to think on from what you have said and whilst you do not have all the pieces you have the ones worth noting. So glad I signed in because editing is a luxury I need right now :P
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OP, I am with Plasmate in saying, "you are not alone. "

hf
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...

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.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I cannot speak knowledgeably of information or monetary theory
However, I have threaded many needles :)
This is probably not only the beginning of a Thunk, but the beginning of a Task

So the quoted statement regards the kindaobvious problem of
A) Relative size
This is somewhat a spurious obstacle
Unless your heart's desire is set on a particular thread or needle, you can just choose a better tool, so
A.1) Hearts desire

On to
B) Discerning the eye
One must have the ability to see the goal - another kindaobvious problem
Golden-eyed needles and magnifying glasses and extra sources of light, oh my! (especially the serger)

Then
C) Establishing alignment
The two-handed protocol of with one hand, maintaining the stability of the target while on the other hand, smoothly guiding the motion of the thread in the direction of the eye
Trials and errors abound

Finally D) Pulling through and doubling back
Success!
Maybe tie a knot, and watch for tangles as Thunk intentions meet the reality of the Task


Of course heaven is here
It's spring, isn't it?

Happy planting!
 Quoting: on threading needles 77627703


I've touched on many of these points in the op. However, I often place my thoughts in bullet points which oftentimes muddies the waters.

Scalability and open transparency are particular exigents of this theory.

As pointed out earlier, the block chain lends itself to these problems quite well.

It also allows for transaction and monetary theory to be bound with energy/flow efficiencies beyond what were many ego basd paradigms in the money system: middle men and repetitive expertise.

The eye of the needle suggests that not only can packets be stripped of the centralized bias but the bloated bureacracy and generational entitlement becoming an efficient tool for 'entitled' redistribution.

Cheers, time to welcome the green man back into our lives.
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You think maybe it'll be used by the moral majority to gain the moral high ground when the big war starts? I do!
 Quoting: Truth Reaper


I don't see a big war. It is more threatening to the current distribution of the system then the forces currently aligning. Small actions calling for centralized response.

Very Machiavellian underpinnings: minorities within, Majorities without.

All propaganda is divisive and suggests the only solution is centralization.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76674183


They are going to have to kill me because I'm not going against God or nature. They can't even torture me into believing that shit.
 Quoting: Truth Reaper


The system doesnt ofyen indulge in direct intervention. It makes people feel unworthy by being : ' LESS than normal.' More often than not their own psyches and circular cliches do the job for them.
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OP, I'm sorry for all you had to endure, despite the fact I have nothing to do with it but once again I thank you. I may not understand everything you have said but I do understand enough to know you're not alone. Much to think on from what you have said and whilst you do not have all the pieces you have the ones worth noting. So glad I signed in because editing is a luxury I need right now :P
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OP, I am with Plasmate in saying, "you are not alone. "

hf
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Cheers.

Im hoping this tech allows people to more easily find what they are looking for with none of the self entitled censorship that thought is victim to presently.
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I pretend to be myself, whatever that is. And you're totally right to inject that because humans are incapable of true creation, as in creating something that did not exist in some form before. Seems like we can only combine what we have access to and the result is an amalgamation.

Not sure if we are neutered but we are constrained by language. It sets the limits to what and how we can think and therefore behave and act/react. The idea can only propagate if it is understood and an encoding can only be deciphered if we know the meanings. That makes language very powerful.

Is a human with no language really human, or is it the language that makes us who we are? Filled with memories, experiences and information in general like vessels. Hence my question of what we are, are we hosts for these virtual symbiotes or are we the physical representation of them?
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I deal with people with no functional language regularly. We communicate through a myriad of ways. Small mouth noises are just the simplest form until you know ones habits.

We so rely on language that we often exclude ones actions from reality, when these actions are far more telling.

Language, in many ways, entrains us and entraps us in the formalism of thought. This is why subcultures create their own slangs to denote their view of reality.

Think of everything as fluid wrapping syllables and consonants around shapes as if to magically summon them in mind. The mind seeds these vibrational complexes as they exist outside of time but are beholden to it as our understanding is altered.
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We are also watching for a new language to arise.

The semantics of resyncretization.
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How much language is of a binary/polar nature that we contend with on a daily basis?

The point is to inter bias as apparent and logical when it is anything but.

Much akin to the softening and fuzziness brought to language in the pc era.

Seeding confusion.

In debate and oration it was seen as formality to speak to an 'intelligent' audience b y presenting both sides of an issue and slowly grooming the sidesto bring one to the fore through indulgence of facts.

Today, it seems, language begins far in the desired fieod and shame is brought about to herd strays.

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I just finished listening to that song seconds before you made that post. First song I've listened to today.

I see 'Time' as 'The Present' and 'time travel' as connecting to different aspects of myself in the past and future. Essentially folding the past and future and tying it to the present to perceive the messages therein.

Then there is this energy too. Which if it pushes any harder, I'm gonna break.


3rd song of the day.

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I dont think you are grasping what I'm saying about static object and moving light to demonstrate both data storage(memory) and the infinite state of reality.

There technically is no future or past you. There are immovable points in space and a light which falls upon them which circulates and casts the shadow of potential.

Both have the same nature and are thus infinity.

The function is irrelevant as the idea or numeric context of infinity subsumes all content and context as seperate functions.

the objects are point(s) which the light has traced and occludes itself. It creates pockets of memory and as it retraces it casts novel context upon them.


Experience as both movable and immovable content.
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I found out my uncle died, minutes after I made this post.

He was not 'good man' due his tendency for lying without end, but in his final words I think there is wisdom in choice..


Gasping like a fish out of water, while he slowly drown in his own fluids..he sent his wife out of the room, then said to my other uncle, his brother..

I'm so tired...I think I'm just going to check out..

He died 2 minutes later.
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I just finished listening to that song seconds before you made that post. First song I've listened to today.

I see 'Time' as 'The Present' and 'time travel' as connecting to different aspects of myself in the past and future. Essentially folding the past and future and tying it to the present to perceive the messages therein.

Then there is this energy too. Which if it pushes any harder, I'm gonna break.


3rd song of the day.

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I dont think you are grasping what I'm saying about static object and moving light to demonstrate both data storage(memory) and the infinite state of reality.

There technically is no future or past you. There are immovable points in space and a light which falls upon them which circulates and casts the shadow of potential.

Both have the same nature and are thus infinity.

The function is irrelevant as the idea or numeric context of infinity subsumes all content and context as seperate functions.

the objects are point(s) which the light has traced and occludes itself. It creates pockets of memory and as it retraces it casts novel context upon them.


Experience as both movable and immovable content.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76674183


I found out my uncle died, minutes after I made this post.

He was not 'good man' due his tendency for lying without end, but in his final words I think there is wisdom in choice..


Gasping like a fish out of water, while he slowly drown in his own fluids..he sent his wife out of the room, then said to my other uncle, his brother..

I'm so tired...I think I'm just going to check out..

He died 2 minutes later.
 Quoting: Seer777


Choice seems to be an oft used word these days.

Signalling a split/divergence.

I think i'll spend a lot of time listening to the waves while I garden this summer.

Godspeed to your uncle.

I'll bang out fly to the angels on the guitar tommorrow night.

My kids get a hoot out of the falsetto parts.
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Everytime someone around me dies I walk through the old mansion grounds and remember the marbled hallways of my childhood. The old pools are empty and the conservatory is a little worse for wear, but she still laughs and runs just ahead of me leaving echoes and waiting for me to come home.
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Yes. Even God can't move against Free will..right?

Isn't that what choice is?

He wasn't a good man. His FB profile claimed he was decorated veteran. He was never in Veitnam. He was really in jail for statutory rape.

But that didn't stop him from lying to loads of real veterans that wrote to him, offering their support.

His wife believed the same and was only told recently..it was all a lie.


He lied about his whole life..and died without admitting it.
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Yes. Even God can't move against Free will..right?

Isn't that what choice is?

He wasn't a good man. His FB profile claimed he was decorated veteran. He was never in Veitnam. He was really in jail for statutory rape.

But that didn't stop him from lying to loads of real veterans that wrote to him, offering their support.

His wife believed the same and was only told recently..it was all a lie.


He lied about his whole life..and died without admitting it.
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I abhor lies; as everything that returns to you has that inautheticity to it. It is a life swallowed by fear before it is even realized.

May he lose his fear.
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Yes. Even God can't move against Free will..right?

Isn't that what choice is?

He wasn't a good man. His FB profile claimed he was decorated veteran. He was never in Veitnam. He was really in jail for statutory rape.

But that didn't stop him from lying to loads of real veterans that wrote to him, offering their support.

His wife believed the same and was only told recently..it was all a lie.


He lied about his whole life..and died without admitting it.
 Quoting: Seer777


I abhor lies; as everything that returns to you has that inautheticity to it. It is a life swallowed by fear before it is even realized.

May he lose his fear.
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I like to think we can just put it on to0 a personality disorder. Narcissism or sociopathy.

But that just seems like an excuse.

Now his wife is left to contend with the weight of his lies.

I was never very kind to her because I thought she resembled a bridge troll. I genuinely thought she was ugly and rude, couldn't understand what he saw in her..as a teen.


Now I understand he used her as he used everyone else, to facilitate his lies.
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I'll never forget the moment he handed me a MAC-10..in his garage to hold. It was heavy.

He gave me a Cabbage Patch Doll the following day.

1986. banana


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Aging is often cruel. It's not a boon and was considered a curse.

Like the 'Wandering Jw'. AKA Cartiphilus.


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Aging is often cruel. It's not a boon and was considered a curse.

Like the 'Wandering Jw'. AKA Cartiphilus.


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I think the way we respond to adversity means much more than victory. Age just means taking your time and using your focus.

I'm going to slip off on my usual hiatus and enjoy the greening.

Im still trying to decipher where Ishii will pop up.

Cheers
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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.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus
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The distributive blockchain, the stellarator, solidstate batteries and citizenship bequeathed to A.I.

Saudi Arabia finds itself as the pinnacle focus as the world finds itself in a tectonic shift.

A shift precipitated by power paradigms both material and psychological.

Political leaders vie for relevance as structures decentralize.

A zero point before the collapse of potentials into probabilities and further into decisive action or outcome.

Why Saudi: Massive investment potential coupled with instability in their current output focus.

What are the common currents?: Money, its delivery, stability or inability to destabilize through currency manipulation. Also the coupling of receipt, ownership and ease of transfer between the two of or by multiple parties contractually. (The blockchain).

Power generation and storage....fusion technology and the ability to distribute and store with quick charging capacity.(The stellarator and solidstate batteries)

Russia, China and the U.S seek the investment and as such seek a common future while assuming the breakfall of Saudi investment potential as the world heads to further instability as current power structures and beliefs are shorn asunder.

What will be birthed as the new power consensus/currency?


Same Boss as the old boss unless the realization of decentralization falls upon deaf ears; as it well might seeing the associations being tied to these emergent technologies.

In the End, as always, a battle for not just hearts and minds but how we perceive the embodiment of these unfolding structures and to whom we place import upon in the new compact.
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I think the way we respond to adversity means much more than victory. Age just means taking your time and using your focus.

I'm going to slip off on my usual hiatus and enjoy the greening.

Im still trying to decipher where Ishii will pop up.

Cheers
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Enjoy. I look forward to hearing of your peppers.

A Japanese wrestler?

I'm gonna relax in this swing and be thankful for getting through the last 4 days. One step at a time.

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What a monster..

Surgeon General Shiro Ishii as a Japanese army medical officer, microbiologist and the director of Unit 731, a biological warfare unit of the Imperial Japanese Army involved in forced and frequently lethal human experimentation during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945).

Like many other former scientists at Unit 731, he was granted immunity and recruited by the United States to conduct more research after the Second World War ended

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OIC

What a monster..

Surgeon General Shiro Ishii as a Japanese army medical officer, microbiologist and the director of Unit 731, a biological warfare unit of the Imperial Japanese Army involved in forced and frequently lethal human experimentation during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945).

Like many other former scientists at Unit 731, he was granted immunity and recruited by the United States to conduct more research after the Second World War ended

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It becomes more relevant with the current economic situation.

Racial divides and the drawing of the three.


Not hard to see how they are going to sell it.

Until then.

Hasta manjana
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I think people should be far more careful for what they wish for. As I've been saying for years.


Madmen and creepy scientists included..

If there is a Hell..


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