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  • Farlig Gulstein
    Seems to me that Clark has qualified what he was talking about: "high strangeness experiences", and is attempting more to describe them in terms of phenomenological aspects: how these "visions" of whatever is going on seem to be able to appear to...
  • J
    Bigfoot, The Boss, Sasy and The Situation all Walk into the Woods.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  • urkotic
    Is Clark here on the forum? I hope so, otherwise it seems a little cheap to lay out your argument in such detail without him having the space to reply! Hopefully y'all will reach out to him and invite him here if he isn't already. ETA: And it...
  • USI Calgary
    Okay now we're talking. Great post. In it, here's where the branch I'm on fits into the picture When I employ critical thinking, one of the first tasks is to establish a premise, which is why I asked Jerry if he could clarify his position. If...
  • USI Calgary
    In this sentence you seem to be saying that things exist solely in well-insulated subjective and objective categories. If that is what you are saying, then that seems to be an overstatement. Every "objective thing" is observed by us in ways that...
  • C
    Certainly no apologies necessary. Hope all is well with you.
  • Farlig Gulstein
    In this sentence you seem to be saying that things exist solely in well-insulated subjective and objective categories. If that is what you are saying, then that seems to be an overstatement. Every "objective thing" is observed by us in ways that...
  • M
    MikeJ replied to the thread Hello from Smoky NorCal......
    Yes, he was getting concerned about those crazy fire conspiracies.
  • M
    MikeJ replied to the thread Hello from Smoky NorCal......
    There may be some people who have posted some weird Q related stuff there, perhaps removed by Ed. My forever argument with him is really based on him buying all the dark notions conveyed back in the late 80s, about conspiracies. Worsening...
  • USI Calgary
    We have always had threads intended for talk about the show, and whatever is on a show is open for discussion. So there's nothing "cheap" about anyone ( including me ) fully explaining themselves here. Jerry has the same opportunity if he's at...
  • GlitteringBadger
    I am from northern California, in the Pacific coast range 100 miles north of SF. Like some other older people, we perked up with the dec 26 2017 reveal. A couple of us did earlier when in the spring of 2017 we saw a stock photo of one of our...
  • GlitteringBadger
    I recently deleted my FB account. He still has his FB Operation Right to Know group there. Last time I was around, a young man from Ohio was wanting to plan street demonstrations. Haven't heard followup. Ed didn't mention anything recently...
  • GlitteringBadger
    As became clear to everyone at his ORTK FB group, he and I have argued alot since day 1, lol. I am more skeptical of many of the coverup ideas than him. Fortunately this never mattered: messaging was simple and our demonstrations did the job...
  • GlitteringBadger
    I'll have to check out that FB group. I don't agree with Ed on a lot of things, but no one can deny the footprint he's left! I'll listen to that C2C episode--some of these forest fire conspiracies are nuts.
  • M
    MikeJ replied to the thread Hello from Smoky NorCal......
    I recently deleted my FB account. He still has his FB Operation Right to Know group there. Last time I was around, a young man from Ohio was wanting to plan street demonstrations. Haven't heard followup. Ed didn't mention anything recently...
  • USI Calgary
    We're all fine up this part: This leads us into the question of what constitutes a mind. If minds can be intelligent without any associated consciousness then consciousness isn't required in order to convey information. But once again we've then...
  • M
    MikeJ replied to the thread Hello from Smoky NorCal......
    As became clear to everyone at his ORTK FB group, he and I have argued alot since day 1, lol. I am more skeptical of many of the coverup ideas than him. Fortunately this never mattered: messaging was simple and our demonstrations did the job...
  • GlitteringBadger
    Ed Komarek is one of the great minds on the scene today. I'd love for Gene and Randall to have him on the show. Sounds like you'd make a good guest too!
  • marduk
    It seems to me that the central issue in your discussion hinges on the interpretation of existence, and it also seems to me that there are two kinds of existence, the objective and the subjective. While both have a physical component, their...
  • GlitteringBadger
    Is Clark here on the forum? I hope so, otherwise it seems a little cheap to lay out your argument in such detail without him having the space to reply! Hopefully y'all will reach out to him and invite him here if he isn't already. ETA: And it...
  • marduk
    OK I'm with you. I think the gap here is in the word 'information.' Information has a very specific meaning to me given my background in computer science. Information is that which resolves uncertainty. It is measurable as a quantity in and of...
  • USI Calgary
    I think it does but maybe not the way you mean. I think carving a message in a rock does contain information - information that something changed the physical surface of the rock in non-random ways. The semiotic information - meaning the...
  • USI Calgary
    It seems to me that the central issue in your discussion hinges on the interpretation of existence, and it also seems to me that there are two kinds of existence, the objective and the subjective. While both have a physical component, their...
  • marduk
    I think it does but maybe not the way you mean. I think carving a message in a rock does contain information - information that something changed the physical surface of the rock in non-random ways. The semiotic information - meaning the...
  • USI Calgary
    When you say entropy is measurable, what you mean is that scientists can assign to a system a numerical value and that that value can facilitate the concept of a system's entropic value. That doesn't mean entropy exists anymore than that the...
  • marduk
    Here's where I'm going with your 'information does not exist' idea. Number one, information theory is bound to entropy. Why? Because of randomness. The more random a system gets, the more entropy it has, and the more information it contains...
  • marduk
    Sorry folks, been off-line for a while. By your own definition you are therefore an idea and don't actually exist.
  • marduk
    The claim was that, "claiming information exists reveals the absurdity of physicalism." That implies that if information exists, then physicalism is absurd. I simply pointed out that information can exist as a combination of the subjective and...
  • M
    I am from northern California, in the Pacific coast range 100 miles north of SF. Like some other older people, we perked up with the dec 26 2017 reveal. A couple of us did earlier when in the spring of 2017 we saw a stock photo of one of our...
  • M
    MikeJ replied to the thread June 3, 2018 — Greg Bishop.
    Our neurological structuring and so called external happenings co create. Our perceptions, clearly not registering the fullness of what is, are sharp enough for us to survive, and to be creative in manifesting concrete things. Witness...

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