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DIss0n80r wrote:I feel safer in my 4D cage, letting them control me and watch over me. It's very comforting in a perverse way.
They are only interested in those who fight back, at least up to a point. Uploading a higher dimensional computer virus into the mind of a probing entity is required to launch an effective counter attack.
The hacking group with a cause Anonymous is back in the news, this time going after NASA. Anonymous claims they have a huge amount of information detailing NASA’ repeated coverups about UFO’s and aliens. The interesting part is towards the end when Anonymous declares that the interdimensional aliens are not evil and they are here to help us. They are threatening to disclose all of this information if NASA does not stop all the coverups and the lies. Do you believe Anonymous? Will they come through on this threat to NASA?
The aliens might decide to project a holographic image in the sky of Jesus engaging in homosexual activity with his disciples in order to test how masses of christians will react under extreme stress...
Could be 2012 doomsday fever talking, though.
"I can conceive of nothing in religion, science, or philosophy, that is anything more than the proper thing to wear, for a while." ~ Charles Fort
I'm going to have to redefine my boyish notions of crazy. Thanks for the eye-opening experience.
The video illustrates a seemingly random sequence of neuron firing in the brain. The size, position, and color of the discs indicate voltage, position (which neuron), and current of said electrical impulse.
If our brains even remotely work like that, then just as the observer cannot predict where the next disc will be, its size, or its color, an observer will not entirely be able to predict what thoughts occur. Thus when observing someone making a decision a perfect way to predict seems implausible in all scenarios.
The kicker here is that while it all seems quite random (indicating free will), it is 100% deterministic pseudo-random (indicating no free will).
So it is plausible that free will is based on a deterministic algorithm that seems quite random but, in fact, isn't. Still odd though how we can control what we believe...