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  • #21
    the prize is not at the end, it is the journey the road itself.

    when everyone gets to the end they wish they were still walking because they realized thats what it was about.

    There could be no end becasue no matter how many of us comes to the end of our own road, that doesn't mean the road finishes.

    Damn let me write this xxxx down before i forget what i said
    I was, I am, and I will always be the Monster!

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    • #22
      The first road is for suicidals! who dont have any interest in life and they dont have the burning desire to live and to discover things by themselves.
      The second road is for the ones who have "life" inside their souls, they want to live and to manage things. The second road provides interest, desire, goals, life itself.
      A smart person would choose the second, i would care less to have the answers of everything. I would try to search for the answers of the questions would concern my life. And I think that what life is. Each person has different questions and wants to find those answers during his/her life. But life is not only A/Qs but
      it's also a battle. We fight all our lives to accomplish something
      and thats what makes life AMAZING. INTERESTING.FULL of mystery
      and continuous surprises,including goods and bads rogether.

      I would definitely choose the second road...
      Ineffable

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      • #23
        HEY which road has a liquor store on it, i'm out of booze.
        I was, I am, and I will always be the Monster!

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        • #24
          Monster, if you took the first road, you would end up in hell and play blackjack with Satan, and this cool dawg!

          Achkerov kute.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by fIReBuRntInHeLL The first road is for suicidals! who dont have any interest in life and they dont have the burning desire to live and to discover things by themselves.
            The second road is for the ones who have "life" inside their souls, they want to live and to manage things. The second road provides interest, desire, goals, life itself.
            A smart person would choose the second, i would care less to have the answers of everything. I would try to search for the answers of the questions would concern my life. And I think that what life is. Each person has different questions and wants to find those answers during his/her life. But life is not only A/Qs but
            it's also a battle. We fight all our lives to accomplish something
            and thats what makes life AMAZING. INTERESTING.FULL of mystery
            and continuous surprises,including goods and bads rogether.

            I would definitely choose the second road...
            'When I become death, death is the seed from which I grow'

            -William Burroughs
            Achkerov kute.

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            • #26
              Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A Life Complete or Death & Answers

              Originally posted by Mousy Isn't that the point of the thread? DUH!
              The point of this thread is to choose either ultimate knowledge, or the ultimate life. As I said, ultimate knowledge is not likely to do you any good, given that you will be dead. You can speak all you want of higher dimensions, but that just shows your lack of knowledge of multidimensional space. Dimensions five through eleven are not higher dimensions, they are lower dimensions, hidden from macroscopic impact because they are so miniscule. Moving into them will still not make your knowledge useful.
              Sweet is the lore which nature brings; our meddling intellect misshapes the beauteous forms of things: we murder to dissect.

              -William Wordsworth

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              • #27
                Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A Life Complete or Death & Answers

                Originally posted by loseyourname The point of this thread is to choose either ultimate knowledge, or the ultimate life. As I said, ultimate knowledge is not likely to do you any good, given that you will be dead. You can speak all you want of higher dimensions, but that just shows your lack of knowledge of multidimensional space. Dimensions five through eleven are not higher dimensions, they are lower dimensions, hidden from macroscopic impact because they are so miniscule. Moving into them will still not make your knowledge useful.
                That's your opinion bub. I've stated mine. In my version it does do me good since I believe in life after death, not a material one though. You don't, so your argument is useless for me. By the way, I never said which dimension, I simply stated dimension, either a higher or lower dimension.

                "they are lower dimensions, hidden from macroscopic impact because they are so miniscule"

                What's that but an "expert" assumption? Hehe.
                Achkerov kute.

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                • #28
                  Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A Life Complete or Death & Answers

                  Originally posted by Anonymouse That's your opinion bub. I've stated mine. In my version it does do me good since I believe in life after death, not a material one though. You don't, so your argument is useless for me. By the way, I never said which dimension, I simply stated dimension, either a higher or lower dimension.

                  "they are lower dimensions, hidden from macroscopic impact because they are so miniscule"

                  What's that but an "expert" assumption? Hehe.
                  If I had a working knowledge of the mathematics of Calabi-Yau spaces, I could demonstrate it for you. What can you give me? My science and my math can provide a detailed account of its epistemic principles. Please explain to me how knowledge can come about by faith.

                  By the way, if your afterlife is immaterial, how will you have any knowledge? As knowledge is known to be material in nature, how will it pass on? The best that a spirit could be is an awareness, not even a consciousness per se, as consciousness is probably only a brain state. What would this awareness be of? Have you ever even considered this?
                  Sweet is the lore which nature brings; our meddling intellect misshapes the beauteous forms of things: we murder to dissect.

                  -William Wordsworth

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                  • #29
                    Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A Life Complete or Death & Answers

                    Originally posted by loseyourname If I had a working knowledge of the mathematics of Calabi-Yau spaces, I could demonstrate it for you. What can you give me? My science and my math can provide a detailed account of its epistemic principles. Please explain to me how knowledge can come about by faith.

                    By the way, if your afterlife is immaterial, how will you have any knowledge? As knowledge is known to be material in nature, how will it pass on? The best that a spirit could be is an awareness, not even a consciousness per se, as consciousness is probably only a brain state. What would this awareness be of? Have you ever even considered this?
                    Now you have finally tapped into something, spiritual awareness. We only assume that knowledge is of the material world since we don't know what lies beyond. I do believe in another life after death, for the ancient sages knew something when looking at the stars.

                    I turn to you, . . I poke you in the arm with my finger and I ask, "Is this your body?" You answer, "Yes." I then ask, "Well,.... if that's your body, WHAT are you?" The answer of course is something not of the physical, a spiritual being.

                    John and Troy were a couple good friends. They had been friends their entire lives.

                    One day they were walking down their neighborhood street. Troy was carrying his radio in his hand. They both walked to the end of their street, looked both ways for traffic,... and crossed another.

                    After crossing the other street, they entered a wooded area. Troy tripped over a rock and dropped his radio on the ground and it broke. His friend John said, "God you're stupid. Don't you watch where you're steppin'?" Troy looked up at him in disgust as he was brushing himself off because he knew his radio was destroyed.

                    Later on after walking about a mile,... Troy turned to John and asked, "Why did you call me 'God' back there?" John said, "huh?" Troy then said, "After I tripped over that rock, you called me 'God'. " John said, "Oh,.. I dunno. It's just one of those things people say I guess."
                    Achkerov kute.

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                    • #30
                      Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A Life Complete or Death & Answers

                      Originally posted by Anonymouse Now you have finally tapped into something, spiritual awareness. We only assume that knowledge is of the material world since we don't know what lies beyond. I do believe in another life after death, for the ancient sages knew something when looking at the stars.
                      We don't assume that knowledge is of the material world. Give me the proper machinery and I can show exactly where in your brain your knowledge is located. Furthermore, most of your knowledge and your awareness is of material objects. If your soul exists, and it is indeed an individualized awareness of your mental states, then without a brain and without sensory capabilities, I would like to know what the awareness would then be of. I ask this quite seriously. I am assuming for the sake of argument that the soul exists, as does some form of afterlife. Now let us speculate on what that form may be.
                      Sweet is the lore which nature brings; our meddling intellect misshapes the beauteous forms of things: we murder to dissect.

                      -William Wordsworth

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