We know at the quantum level it's scalar energy waves that make particles, depending upon the observer's intent and quarks make up this energy
We also know matter is made from this energy in the form of atoms and atoms are mostly empty space so matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration that we can see and touch or measure with our instruments
Keeping in mind that we are all on a planet circling our sun at about 60,000 miles an hour while spinning on our axis at about 1,000 miles per hour so any feeling of motionlessness and permanence is an illusion
The average person is aware of 50,000 self talks during their waking hours. These include the memories you are preserving and the plans you are making for the future version of you. Incidentally over 75% on average are negative which technically puts us all in a state of PTSD. What a fool I was, look at that idiot, get out of the way dummy, shut up you moron.
Each time you think it, hear it, see it, read it, say it or sense it in any way you create another copy of "it"
Every seven years every cell in your body has been completely recycled and changed. You are not the same person. You are emergent and ever evolving, well some are
The only things that carry on are your memories and your vision of you in the future that you spent your time planning and preparing for or watching tell lie vision and being indoctrinated into by society
Before your conscious mind sends the signal to move your arm the mechanical signal has already been sent. What is telling you to move your arm before you tell yourself to do it?
Are we all co creating our reality of civilization? Is culture our enemy?
Have you ever seen couples that grow to look more alike the longer they stay together?
We all get to read 1984 through the education system and watch movies like THX 1138, Roller ball, Running man, Logans run, Star wars, James Bond, Blade Runner and the ever growing list of dystopian futures.
Is it merely a coincidence that we are given the bible to believe in with its scary ending?
What chance does the human mind have against total warfare?
Ive often wondered what success means to many activists/truthers/anti-this that or the other thing/concerned citizens. To me it often seems that it never goes beyond the Problem Reaction Vague solutions
I recall Dr. MLK saying protest was useless for that reason. It doesnt have solutions, just complaints.
A lot of it seems to be focused on government corruption and how exposing and replacing one representative, leader, ruler with another will somehow change the system itself.
Is it possible to solve the problem using the same corporate laws that created the problem when common sense applied to common laws would suffice? I dont want to be killed so I dont kill others. I dont want to starve so I dont starve others.
Notice the current mind set is I dont want to fight them here so I fight them over there. I dont want to starve so I hoard enough to last through the coming invasion by the starving hoards I stole the food from in the first place.
The questions and answers seem to be framed in a statist, us versus them box.
Talk often focuses on restoring and returning to things like sound money and the free market Its a kind of nostalgic view of the good old days. I propose that there were no good old days. Show me one example as evidence of a good old day and Ill show you someplace on the planet where it was anything but good. Oppression of one is oppression of all. Its one planet, one people. We need more evolution not revolution or devolution.
Others offer the suggestion that control of our money and economic purchasing power by the people sic the state, will somehow bring independence and freedom while ignoring that the system of monetary exchange of labor for basic life support will still exist. The state will still exist and competing states will still form cartels. Take away all their assets but allow them to continue writing credits and they will just buy it all back again
There are plenty of elaw, egovernment models though Ive got prejudices against the zeitgeist package, but, the enemy of my enemy can be my friend. At present it seems one of the few offering a new world game. The concept of a leaderless movement has appeal. The idea of focusing on how to feed and clothe the planet instead of rape and pillage for personal wealth is something that interests me as well.
Im curious what others think of it besides the hokey phrase Venus project and dubious interpretations of religious roots
Some peoples idea of utopia is a cashless credit/indulgence based society where we are born into debt/original sin with a camera/god watching our every move and police/priests in armed vehicles enforcing our compliance. Its a theocratic hell hole where you have freedom of religion but not freedom from religion. You will be required to pick a team and fight to the death for it.