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  1. Monte314
    06-08-2016 12:49 PM
    Monte314
    Yeah... we'd all better watch our backs...
  2. Monte314
    06-08-2016 11:53 AM
    Monte314 commented on Meaningful work
    This is sort of how Star Trek portrayed their world...
  3. Sarea
    06-08-2016 10:04 AM
    Sarea commented on Meaningful work
    great post.
  4. ness2361
    06-05-2016 05:33 PM
    ness2361


    I'm not sure you believe I am fun, in person.



    I could use a Zen master, though.

    *Let's set a tentative time for a MeetUp. Rod Serling always had timing*
  5. ness2361
    06-05-2016 04:16 PM
    ness2361 commented on Let's Spread Rumors.
    In person, I'm still "different", but damn fun. And not nearly as whacky. Hell, I never know what I'm going to write; I really don't... XD
  6. zeroemission
    05-08-2016 07:21 PM
    zeroemission commented on The Wrong Answer Game
    so scholarly. hahahahahahahaha
  7. UnicornMagic
    05-07-2016 02:59 PM
    UnicornMagic commented on Two Word Answers
    I agree. Most country music is horrible.
  8. INTJane
    04-18-2016 07:56 PM
    INTJane commented on Pop Quiz
    I found a spelling error. I wrote "familiar" when it is clear I meant to type "familial."
  9. ness2361
    04-18-2016 06:33 PM
    ness2361 commented on Pop Quiz
    I missed, love this game thread. And please send me a PM if I botch the fun because I don't know any better, sometimes. ♥
  10. zeroemission
    04-17-2016 11:42 PM
    zeroemission commented on Picture association game
    ohhhhhhhh.... boooooooo!
  11. zeroemission
  12. Suraj
    04-01-2016 10:20 PM
    Suraj commented on What book are you reading right now?
    The pre/trans fallacy is one of the book's most insightful and appreciable bits, particularly as someone who's read quite a bit of Jung but has moved past him over the years for being too romanticizing of older consciousness/unconsciousness structures. However, Piagetian thinking does still seem to dominate the cognitive development sphere, plus-minus a few of its less significant original details.

    What I've been chewing on most is how Wilber views evolution as increasing depth in consciousness. I definitely get the feeling that he wants transpersonality/mysticism to be the 'highest' (currently intelligible) stage of human consciousness evolution, and it's very possible that the future will see many more 'enlightened' figures like the Buddha and Christ as being commonplace--but it's an extremely long projection to such a point (and so much could theoretically go wrong for our species before then), as Wilber himself seems well aware.

    It will be interesting, at any rate, to witness how far human tech's evolution goes. It'd still mostly be part of KW's 'rational' and postmodern cognitive stages (in the case of strong human A.I. becoming more developed, evolutionarily potent, etc. than current humans), but the more prominent transhumanists themselves speak publicly of their ideals and beliefs in overtly spiritual terms. Perhaps KW and transhumanists' ideas of the human's (ideal or inevitable) future state aren't quite so incompatible as they might seem to the more ardent supporters in either camp, though I personally have yet to see any actual direct interaction take place between them. A bit surprising, but then the integral movement has faded a substantial amount from the public's favoring mind.
  13. zeroemission
    02-16-2016 05:02 PM
    zeroemission commented on Pass this by... you don't care.
    hahahahahahahahahahahaha! THANX!
  14. zeroemission
    02-14-2016 01:44 PM
    zeroemission commented on The Wrong Answer Game
    bob dole was monica lewinsky's next door neighbor in the watergate hotel... small world, huh?
  15. Dancingqueen
    02-11-2016 02:55 PM
    Dancingqueen
    That sounds like my SO, he's an INTp at home but an INTJ at work. You certainly have excellent taste in books!
  16. Dancingqueen
    02-11-2016 01:09 PM
    Dancingqueen
    An INTp then. Goes to show how hard it is to type people over the internet, I would have pegged you for an INTJ. :shrug:
  17. Dancingqueen
    02-11-2016 11:51 AM
    Dancingqueen commented on What book are you reading right now?
    Hmmm what made you change your type?
  18. Dancingqueen
    12-26-2015 11:55 AM
    Dancingqueen
    Definitely worth a read imo!
  19. INTJane
    12-25-2015 12:20 PM
    INTJane commented on The Wrong Answer Game
    I received a new coffee mug for Christmas.
  20. chilliemama
    11-13-2015 09:51 PM
    chilliemama
    Wow - that song brings back memories! Thank you for the "welcome back" :-)

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