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  1. discontinuous
    09-15-2014 10:01 PM
    Great chat, then I was having technical difficulties... bbl
  2. Pegasusette
    09-15-2014 02:11 AM
    Pegasusette commented on Are ghosts in my dreams?
    Greeting! Im impressed with your understanding of communication from the other side. You articulated the fundamentals in a very understandable way. I don't know many INTJs, and don't believe Ive ever met any who believe in the supernatural. cheers!
  3. Madden
    09-14-2014 10:42 PM
    Ah, I understand. Thank you!
  4. Distance
    09-14-2014 08:38 PM
    Not terribly insightful because it's self-evident.

    As simple as a slam dunk. He feels lost without belief.
  5. Madden
    09-14-2014 07:35 PM
    Madden commented on New World Order / Illuminati
    A quick question, Mr. RBM, about how you type the word 'ego' in your posts: why do you always capitalise all of the letters?
  6. Grave
    09-14-2014 11:44 AM
    Haha! In that case, Samuel Johnson was only proving his PMR limitations. And those gosh darn bills, well they're just a PMR state of mind ;-)
  7. Jones
    09-12-2014 05:37 PM
    Your personal life experiences.

    I see.

    Do you think it would have been a better idea for me to post the question in the thread rather than give you an opportunity to answer it privately here?
  8. Jones
    09-12-2014 11:18 AM
    Perhaps I didn't make myself clear enough.

    In your own words, what is it about the human consciousness that makes it natural?
    Articulate your reasoning.
  9. Snowy
    09-11-2014 04:52 PM
    Go take out your teenage angst and frustration on someone else.
  10. Snowy
    09-11-2014 04:39 PM

    Don't trip on the way out.
  11. Jones
    09-11-2014 07:35 AM
    You do a lot of guessing and assuming.

    Better than acting like you have mind reading powers, I suppose.

    I suppose that's partly my fault though, as I post under the assumption that those that read them for the most part understand what entailment is and how to use it.

    However, Dogma is a hindrance. It is usually not a good idea to reject information that contradicts your set beliefs. It can be a ... dangerous habit.

    Then let me ask you this to counter my thoughts on it: What is it about the human consciousness that makes it natural? Inquiring minds would like to know.
  12. Snowy
    09-10-2014 11:59 PM
    Snowy commented on Reality
    "Seems like this one's damaged beyond repair."
  13. Jones
    09-10-2014 08:12 AM
    Jones commented on Formal Logic and Chemistry
  14. Chaotic Enigma
    09-04-2014 06:48 PM
    Chaotic Enigma commented on Which game are you playing?
    Yes, that is interesting
  15. kfarb
    09-04-2014 10:13 AM
    It is complex but overall I understand it, it has ties to concepts I've studied in Raja Yoga and in books on astral projection. His method is really the missing link I've been looking for though, the mathematical and scientific approach is much easier for me to follow and more appetizing than what I've found elsewhere.
  16. kfarb
    09-03-2014 05:15 PM
    I think I read it in the MBT Wiki perhaps? I was scanning the page that has all of Tom Campbell's lectures and one of them is about using binaural beats to help with OOBE.
  17. Cooper
    09-01-2014 07:41 PM
    Yep. There are many psychopaths among us. Not all are criminals.
  18. Shadeylark
    09-01-2014 01:45 PM
    the peaceful admittance of the Czechs, Poland, Hungary and the reunification of Germany by NATO in the 90's, nor the UN prompted intervention in the civil wars of south-eastern Europe in the 90's, does not equate to the violent annexation of Ukraine by Russia.

    nor does the fact that membership has been advanced to (but is not desired by) Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, or Moldova justify the use of military force by Russia to annex Ukraine.

    additionally, the implementation of MAP by NATO does not justify the violent annexation of Ukraine by Russia. the interest expressed by Georgia in NATO via MAP is also not justification for Russian actions (even though this is a more recent development from the 2000's, im including it because of its relevance to the topic).

    so yea... once again, Russia use of military force in Ukraine is definitely not justified because NATO has not practiced the use of military force in an effort to acquire territory, and the actions of the UN in the region in the 90's are not applicable to this if you are claiming justification for Russian aggression based on NATO's actions.

    and before you start... a link detailing exactly what operations NATO did undertake that involved the use of military assets during the time period you are mentioning.

    at best you can claim that NATO and the west hurled a few insults at Russia, to which Russia responded by pulling a gun (quite literally). the fault lies solely with Russia for responding so inappropriately, especially in light of the fact that this is an intentional escalation designed to serve Russia's interests, in direct opposition to western interests, with Ukraine merely being a tool (the claims that this is for the benefit of ethnic Russians in the region are simply a rationalization for Russia's actions, a convenient and publicly acceptable cover for actual intentions and motivations).
  19. Shadeylark
    09-01-2014 12:03 PM
    gotta disagree. bottom line, Russia is the one with troops in Ukraine and annexing the territory. the expansion of NATO via peaceful means is not the equivalent of the Russian actions that have resulted in bloodshed.

    Russia is the one using violent means, which have directly caused bloodshed, to aggressively acquire territory outside of its own borders, not the west. regardless of anything that occurred in the past, it is these aggressive and violent actions in pursuit of distinctly Russian interests that makes Russia the aggressor in this crisis.

    especially in light of the fact that this crisis is a direct result of Russia's actions. i will always blame the side that first resorts to direct violence more than the other... if Russia had problems with what the west did in the past, it had other options than a military one.

    unfortunately though, because Russia opted to resort to using military means of addressing their grievances, that now means that in order to resolve the issue the west must now be prepared to use military means to counter (let us hope that the threat of retaliation in kind will be enough to persuade Russia to use other means to address its grievances).

    in the end, ill never blame the kid who throws the second punch, as that is equivalent and appropriate self-defense, but i will always blame the kid who throws the first punch... and no, i don't consider mere provocation to be a justifiable excuse for the use of violence. in short, use your words until the other guy doesn't give you any choice... if you are the first one to stop using your words, you're the one to blame for whatever follows.
  20. Shadeylark
    09-01-2014 01:42 AM
    yea, i edited my post to reflect that the CIA isn't out there to support Nazi's, its out there to oppose Russia. doing that takes precedence because of the greater negative influence Russia can exert compared to the nazi's in the region. the CIA isn't allying itself with the nazi's, either out of convenience or a common enemy, its just that they're not focusing on bigger fish atm.

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    Student of Life, old fart. post alcohol/cancer
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