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CR Toy

Posted in Cosmos with tags , , , , , on September 26, 2010 by ellocogringo

Reading poli’s paper Paper He is exactly right in his description of the problem. He is exactly wrong in his analysis of it. This is disheartening. consider the above toy cash register. It has a double row of keys and a row of leaves that pop up when you push the appropriate key. the red key drops the leaves and the crank opens the drawer. The primary cause/effect is if you push the top left key the left leaf pops up. etc for the rest. Then here comes numbers, and we put these numbers on the keys and the appropriate leaves. now we can say “when we push the .01 key the .01 leaf pops up.” But we forget that we are the ones that put the numbers on the keys, and forget the primary relationship. So we end up with a situation where physicists, for example, perform mathematical operations on the numbers on the keys to try to understand the mechanics of the toy. It’s insane. But neither is reality. The reality, assuming this were a real cash register, is that someone came in and bought something. This someone is extrinsic. the mechanics and the numbers are intrinsic.

There are two seperate but synchronous things happening in the cash register which reflect reality. The only difference between the cash register and the brain is the brain has 100 billion leaves and 100 billion keys. We think that we are in charge of the cash register, we are not (unless we’re thieves) we think we are thinking when we ring up the sale. we are not. we are only reacting to the guy handing us cash.

No matter how we arrange the keys, nor what symbols we put on them. It ain’t real. Reality, and only reality is real.

“The minds are elegant in their simplicity,

incomprehensible in their scale,

and glorious in their implementation.”

eLG

Enigma

Posted in Cosmos with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 22, 2010 by ellocogringo

The above image is a visualization of GOD, click to see whad GOD looks like.  It is also a visualization of the universe.  They are, after all, the same thing.

Why do you think you must make a choice between an intrinsic perception of the universe and an intrinsic perception of god? we can use the word god if you prefer, with the caveat that i use the word god to express an intrinsic perception and GOD to describe the extrinsic. I maintain that religion is just a concept we put into words to describe our perception (god) of GOD. As I stated with physics I am not talking theology here but only our perception of GOD. (in this case) with there being no actual distinction between GOD and the universe. The distinction is inside the skull only. your previous discussion has centered on the “physics” perception of the universe. You have now switched to the “theological” perception of the universe. (or GOD if you prefer, same thing) In this communication you are confusing a perception of GOD (god) for GOD in the same sense that mainstream physics is confusing our perception of the universe (physics) for the universe. Using religion to get an understanding of GOD is fine as long as it is understood, that it is not GOD but only our perception and interpretation. with god being the perception and religion being the interpretation. there are three things happening two inside the skull and one outside. this is an enigma only because the ABF forces an either/or choice. the distinction you make between physics and religion is artificial. The minds work the same way no matter what we’re thinking of.  Brain Fart BF visuals
this is pretty good, actually, I feel a post coming on. i’ll anonymize it.

Exactly, the built in logic flaw in the brain. This guy is smart. It took me years to see that.