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The Theory of Everything by Lyn Behm
P R I M E R
Besttreatment of time travel in a movie ever, period.
Grand Jury Prize at 2004 Sundance Film Festival.
An unexpected result in a process for traveling back several hours in time. The men initially use these rewind sessions to succeed in the stock market. But a dark consequence of their daily journeys eventually complicates matters. If this sounds like a very commercial, science fiction thriller, Primer is anything but that. The film has a tantalizing, sealed-in logic, akin to Memento, that forces viewers to see the fantastic with a certain dispassion. One may be tempted see Primer again and again to more fully understand its paradoxes and ethical quandaries. --Tom Keogh
LINK:Heribert Illig Thinks
outside of the box:
Wikipedia - The Phantom Time Hypothesis (PTH)
My son and I built an 8’x8’ raised box garden in the back yard several years ago. Last summer we raised some lettuce, hundreds of bonsai carrots and a monster slug. Life is good for the slug in its 64 ft² paradise. The slug knows little of the world outside the confines of his box, like the tilt of the earth’s axis, the refractive index of the atmosphere or a 5 liter Mustang convertible. This spring we will double the size of the raised garden. The slug will have an expanded experience of the world, maybe there will be some lettuce left over for us and we’ll cultivate in some organic material and see if a real carrot will grow.
The state of Science is much like our raised box garden. The size of the box expands but the discovery of the unifying link eludes us. I have told my grandkids that the link will be found in their lifetimes but it won’t be found by conventional science. If it could be found by conventional science, it would have been discovered by now. A vast world exists outside the confines of the box.
History is replete with thinkers who escaped the confines of the box; here are just three:
Pythagoras made us aware of the saturation of mathematics in objects, shapes and sounds. (Pythagoras described the composition of the box).
Meister Eckhart, a fecund middle age philosopher, proposed a reality outside of time and space (Meister Eckhart described a reality outside of the box).
Jakob Böhme, another philosopher from the middle ages, Böhme presented the universe as the product of the dueling forces of Father and Son, one bent on disordering and a return to unity (entropy), the other bent on ordering and harmonizing in the process of differentiation (organization), a formula now understood to foreshadow key concepts in chaos theory and genetic sequencing. The human body and soul, according to Böhme, we’re a microcosm of the divine model, akin to the holographic universe physics model first formally proposed in the 20th century.” (Jakob Böhme described the mechanics of the reality outside of the box).
Each thinker had a bigger box as a starting point… more ways to describe concepts and understanding.
Every generation has a few thinkers who move out from the ever increasing base of knowledge that is the box and see connections that could not be conceived from within the box, but are able to express their insights because of the vocabulary the expanded box supports.
Albert Einstein put it this way:
“You can never solve a problem on the level on which it was created.”
OUR FOUR DIMENSIONS OF REALITY ARE THE BOx AND THE LEVEL OF THE PROBLEM.
“The human is a composite being, consisting of numerous realms and dimensions unknown to one’s conscious mind at this time. The individual is a microcosm of the macrocosm, an exact replica of the outlying universe.”
This generation will have a thinker who will transcend the box… get above the level of the problem into the micro / macrocosm… see the unity and have the vocabulary to explain it to us slugs.
by Scott Adams
It's a Treasure...
...and it's FREE
Synopsis Scott Adam's BLOG about his book
Imagine that you meet a very old man who — you eventually realize — knows literally everything. Imagine that he explains for you the great mysteries of life — quantum physics, evolution, God, gravity, light, psychic phenomenon, and probability — in a way so simple, so novel, and so compelling that it all fits together and makes perfect sense. What does it feel like to suddenly understand everything? God's Debris isn’t the final answer to the Big Questions. But it might be the most compelling vision of reality you will ever read. The thought experiment is this: Try to figure out what’s wrong with the old man’s explanation of reality. Share the book with your smart friends for FREE, then discuss it later while enjoying a beverage.
Still, God's Debris is emphatically not for everyone. Although there’s no sex or violence, I don’t recommend it for readers under fourteen unless a parent has screened it. And if you don’t like to have your perceptions challenged, this book isn’t for you. However, if you like a good book-induced buzz now and then, I think you’ll agree that the price was right.
The Math of Polyandry by Lyn Behm
Full disclosure: I took College Algebra three times before I finally got a passing grade.
But, there is no substitute for an intense personal interest in a subject to bring out the creative juices and the desire for understanding.
Harkening back to that classic study in multiple partners, the movie Behind the Green Door.
I recall the demonstration of one woman engaging five studs at one time.
Now it seems that six people, five with four options and our lady with five options give us the following formula:
(b1x4)+(b2x4)+(b3x4)+(b4x4)+(b5x4)+(g1x5) = 0 to the 25th power and this does not include solo performances. So:
0 to the 25th power + 6 =
LOTS OF WAYS TO STAY ENTERTAINED.
I think I will have another POLYANDRY PORTER and give this a BIG THINK!
The Joy of Sects by Nij Manas
A Natural History of Rape :
Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion
to the Bible
"The world's most complete compendium of the Bible's most embarrassing passages. With hammerhead precision and pig-iron wit, this compact volume lays bare all the sex, gore and lunacy that the Bible has to offer."
by Ken Smith
Polygamy did not begin with the Mormons. It will most assuredly not disappear from the face of the earth with their demise. If there were one man and two women left on the planet, the guy would be trying to nail them both!
Let’s take a tour of early Mormonism and see how this idea of polygamy could have started……
A young Joseph Smith, the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, stumbled in a New York forest and had a vision of “realms beyond”.
In order to get a glimpse into Smith’s vision it is helpful to draw upon the wisdom and insights of Saints of the past and present. Saints such as Rumi, Pythagoras, Buddha, Kabir and Jesus. These God Realized Saints all had the exact same experiences of expanded spiritual consciousness; expressing it in variety of ways, the indescribable..
There are a multitude of layers to our microcosm, we call the body and soul and the macrocosm or the spiritual arena beyond our wildest perception and imagination (being limited by the mind, such as we are).
Smith experienced three levels of heaven, celestial, terrestrial, and telestial.
From the ancient study of Raja Yoga and here. We can identify Smith’s Heavens and his expanded spiritual awareness as falling under the umbrella of Cosmic Consciousness. Cosmic Consciousness is the highest level of the intellect (mind), it is above the Astral body, Causal body and is the top of the Mental body (levels of the microcosm). How do we know this? Because there are both men and women in Smith’s highest concept of heaven. Obviously this heaven is still in duality i.e., good,-bad, rich-poor, saint-gentile, blah, blah, blah…..
Now, imagine that you have a similar epiphany; your chakras are lit up like a welder’s stick. Your body is fairly sizzling with zeal. Everything below your level of awareness seems to be explained and understood perfectly. There is an uncanny understanding of the universe (duality) and the way things work. This must be the highest possible spiritual level (I am one with god, I am a saint).
Let us now borrow from another ancient spiritual path to explain the outrageous sexual energy that is coursing through your body and why polygamy is at the forefront of you penis = brain = penis. Kundalini is the movement of motor energies in the body. As the energy moves through each chakra and it “lights up” it stimulates strong thoughts and feelings. From our above link reference you can see that the first two chakras, at the bottom of the spine, light up sex and desire in a big way. Should we be surprised that they want sex and they want it at EVERY opportunity that stimulates their hair trigger libido. Polygamy is all about sex and power.
Patriarchal societies like the Catholics and Mormons teach their boys to feel entitled and to have little value for females and children. Both groups have issues around sexuality and sexual abuse of minor children. It is inherent in any patriarchal society.
Adding up the formula for polygamy: Epiphany (I am a god), Cosmic Consciousness (I understand everything in the universe and it is subject to me), the charkas being hyper energized (my prostate gland is on fire…I need the good stuff and I need it NOW!) and finally the prevailing patriarchal understanding that women, cattle and children are property: It makes sense that polygamy including incest and child sexual abuse would be an easy step to satisfy the raging urge in their loins. You may be asking: “Why not getting it on with other adult males and goats?” Well the old testament specifically stated: “Thou pole will fallest off of thine trunk if thou engagests in diddioling with another man or any of cloven footed beasts” (so no cows, sheep or pigs either. Note that this does not exclude small horses or camels).
As a final note, it may now become obvious that Cosmic Consciousness, although sought after and highly venerated, is still just the mind and the ego playing make believe. At this level of spiritual progression, one hasn’t even reached the third eye, the lowest level that God reaches to bring us along.
You know, speaking of believing…
I BELIEVE I WILL HAVE ANOTHER POLIANDRIE PORTER!
1. that which tends to prove or disprove something; ground for belief.
2. something that makes plain or clear; an indication or sign: His flushed look was visible evidence of his fever.