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  • Sat, Nov 07, 2015 - 09:48pm

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    Arthur Robey

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    And the Past is Adjusted Again.

It is believed that, during the Council of Nicea, the Catholic Church hand-picked the gospels that form the Bible as we know it today; omitting the Gospel of Barnabas (among many others) in favor of the four canonical gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.  Many biblical texts have begun to surface over time, including those of the Dead Sea and Gnostic Gospels; but this book especially, seems to worry the Vatican.

http://clearmindz.blogspot.com.au/2014/06/1500-year-old-bible-claims-jesus-christ.html

I offer this as evidence that the past is adjusted to support the present observation. I received this information straight after my above missive. 

You see,  I am in constant dialogue with The Author of this illusion. The Author has decided to create this book in the "past" to support my view. 

I give thanks and acknowledgement. 

  • Sun, Nov 08, 2015 - 12:31am

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    Time2help

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    Divide and Conquer

  • Sun, Nov 08, 2015 - 03:44am

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    The past *appears* to be adjusted with the reclassification act

Arthur, at least here in the US, the FBI often goes into libraries, and replaces old books with new ones. 

One such replacement involved the US Congressional hearings that showed that Roosevelt knew about Pearl Harbor ahead of time.  That was during Clinton's term.  It's worse, now.  Then add in that the internet is extremely mutable, and it means that things can appear to change.

So, when I googled something like "Gospel Thomas ink pollen", the links all spoke of text that never appeared in the linked-to article.  And the article I remember, specifically that the document was written on 70AD middle-eastern paper, in 70-AD middle-eastern inks, and embedded with 1100AD Italian pollen (1100 AD being when moslems were battling italian Christians)…  that document no longer shows up.

Point being, I don't know that we can trust the internet to be accurate or immutable.  But it isn't history that changes, just what got reported that changes.

Fortunately, I don't think that matters for most things.  If I want to look up Pi (3.1415926535), there's going to be no reason it needs to change. 

Anyhow, I wouldn't worry about shifting timelines, shifting history, and what-not. 

  • Sun, Nov 08, 2015 - 05:03am

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    Arthur Robey

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    Hitler or Quantum Physics?

It would seem every conversation ends up either at Quantum Physics or Hitler and the National Socialists. 

We covered NAZI's way back in the thread,  much to everyone's dismay. So let's do Quantum Physics.

There are some who are good mechanics of Quantum Physics and will not touch the philosophical implications with a barge pole. I am the opposite.  I cannot do the maths but am fascinated by the philosophical implications. And then there the courageous folk who can do the maths and are not afraid to tackle the implications. These are the gems that I try to follow. If you don't like the implications, you are in good company. Albert didn't like them either. He said that he chose to believe that the moon exists,  even if he was not looking at it. 

But he was wrong.

It is easy to see why you may think that a case can be made for a weak adjustment of history but that the strong case is too unbelievable.  The whole show was designed to fool you into believing. Like any well designed virtual reality game, it is totally immersive. 

The refresh rate is the length of time it takes light to traverse a Planck length. The voxel size is a cube 1 planck length on each side. Any attempt at a higher resolution results in a quantum foam. These higher resolutions are only available to us using mathematics as our instrument. 

The physical constants are ridiculously well tuned. This supports the implications of the Quantum Erasure Experiment. They are adjusted to support the present observation. We see the world and history is adjusted to suit.

I shall stop there. Either you are suffering cognitive dissonance or your eyes have glazed over.

I See that there is one logical inconsistency in the paragraphs above. Can you spot it? The illusion is so good that even when it is apprehended it still fools. 

We have no right to assume that any physical laws exist, or if they have existed up until now, that they will continue to exist in a similar manner in the future.

Max Planck.

  • Sun, Nov 08, 2015 - 05:14am

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    RoseHip

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    Observations

Observations not only disturb what is measured they produce it. We produce the results of measurements. 

  • Sun, Nov 08, 2015 - 05:28am

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    RoseHip

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    That didn’t sit well! Bucket

That didn't sit well! Bucket please? 

  • Sun, Nov 08, 2015 - 05:31am

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    Time2help

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    What didn’t sit well?

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Observations not only disturb what is measured they produce it. We produce the results of measurements. 

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Thought you nailed it on the comment above.

  • Sun, Nov 08, 2015 - 05:42am

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    RoseHip

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    When something fools and at

When something fools and at he same time you wish not to be fooled you realize your sudden and unexamined beliefs and also predicament with reality. Please look away. Himay, help?

  • Sun, Nov 08, 2015 - 06:15am

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    Time2help

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    Don’t feel alone

Arthur will do that to you.  

I still remember how I felt after stoically reciting the Conservation of Energy law, only to have Arthur pointed out a singular, rather glaring exception – the "Big Bang".

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Bull in a china shop, that Arthur.

  • Sun, Nov 08, 2015 - 06:29am

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    virtual reality

He said that he chose to believe that the moon exists,  even if he was not looking at it. 

But he was wrong.

I think what your favorite theories are saying is that, if consciousness isn't observing something, it exists only in a state of probability.  It only needs to be instantiated (with details filled in) once either observed by consciousness, or if the records of such observation are available to be viewed by consciousness.

We live in a virtual reality that appears to be lazy about creating details – that which does not need to be resolved at a fine level of detail, isn't.  Perhaps its all to save CPU power?  Who can say.

An unobserved tree in a forest isn't resolved into detailed existence until it is first observed.  Then, if no record or memory is kept, the tree reverts back to an unresolved collection of probabilities – apparently to save space/time/etc.  But if a record is kept of that tree's condition, and that record is available for consciousness to review, that pins the tree's actual configuration into place – aligned with the detail and reliability of that memory or recording.

As long as some consciousness is observing the moon – or a record of observation is being kept that is available for consciousness to review at a later date – the moon with all its details remains in place.  Once there are no more records and no more consciousness, it drops back into a field of probability – a complicated enough definition to generate an appropriately-realistic moon quite similar to the one that used to exist should consciousness once again appear to observe the moon.

From an implementation viewpoint, it appears that everything that exists has a generator function that gets run to resolve the item into a unique, detailed object.  The detailed object remains in place until it is no longer being observed, at which point it is deleted.  If observation occurs again, the generator function is re-run and the object is recreated at whatever level of detail is visible to the observer.

That's as I understand it anyway.  Its kind of how I'd do it if I wanted to make an infinite virtual reality, but I only wanted to expend resources that were strictly necessary for the consciousness to have its realistic experience.

Its pretty clear that reality exists to serve consciousness.  Given that's the case, a related question is, what sort of effect can consciousness have on the generator function of each object?  Can we, as conscious beings through intent, cause the generator functions to emit a level of detail that "bends reality" more in line with what we'd actually like to have happen?

If you know you have beers in the fridge, but you have quite forgotten exactly how many beers there are (and you have no receipts, etc), most likely, they exist in a state of probability only since they are out of view, and out of memory, and there's no need for the system to retain that level of detail, so it doesn't.  Can you, through the exercise of your intent, create an extra beer or two, assuming that the total number falls into the range of probability available to that generator function?

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