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I can't get "you can't always get what you want" out of my mind.

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Silly me.  I always thought QED was a Feynman thing.  So I looked it up and I found this under "entanglement":



I should probably just stick to chemistry.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Apple and Haugheys legacy
« on: October 23, 2016, 09:35:55 pm »
Q) what is a thinker?
A)  a thinker of transformative thoughts

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Market forces are the worst forces. Most things just perturb mass and energy, but the marketers and financiers manipulate the possible configurations. That is to say human passions, the very least scientific of the things on the planet. It's a superstition engine, no better than an "alchemy" scam in any way but sophistication, upon which the rest of the science was widely founded.

That was all well and good at first, I think. Everyone else doing Science was still mired in various superstition for a long, long time. As those stripped away, and as The Enlightenment got under way in earnest we discovered nothing but HORRORS under the superstition that had been so well accepted. Shit got hard to sell to "the masses" as a good thing, True or not, and the Opposition happy to capitalize, as ever they have. It seems to me somewhere along the line Science conceded to a very reasonable, but still ultimately irrational, sort of "pragmatism" about dissemination of the truth. Certain myths became acceptable, and today that's most evident in the way we economy because those myths have barely changed while most other fields have had to take their medicine, and like it!
:lulz:
Superstitious is to deny superstition.

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Clearly they should continue being kept far from even considering such ballistic tech., and also most things with moving parts.

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Last time I went in for routine de-scaling, according to the Infernal Act of Universal Suffering, the on site dermatologist said they also had to test my galvanic skin response.  I figured this was per the continuation clause of IAUS, to ensure that the efficacy of their methods persist.  No, it's that the act only covers a fraction of their cost, so they have to make up additional procedures.  Meanwhile, premiums keep on going up and brokerage firms are enlisted to massively undersell policies backed by the central infernal comity.  Then we watch that Trump candidate on your screen TV  debate for president, and then maybe hell not look so bad, eh.

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Hello.  Just a friendly reminder that the machine elves just work there, there is nothing "mechanical" about them.  Really thought I needed to clear that up, because last time.

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High Weirdness / Re: The Great Clown Panic of 2016
« on: October 15, 2016, 07:16:30 pm »
Darn it, if it is a campaign, the way to hijack would be to go around performing acts of kindness.  The effect would be such as to require progressively less clown costume over time.

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High Weirdness / Re: The Great Clown Panic of 2016
« on: October 15, 2016, 03:32:47 am »



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Principia Discussion / Re: Black Iron Prison epub & mobi Format
« on: October 14, 2016, 02:55:07 am »
I likes!

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I'll make my way up there soon, just need to finish factoring all assets :lulz:  meanwhile, I ran over some dubable tape:  Twilight Zone - I of Newton re:  decimals and fractions
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BoQ6ZC8EUQ0

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Reading is how the demons get in your eyeballs.

This is true, and it's why all books should be banned unless it's the Bible, and we really shouldn't look at that too hard, either.  Just in case.

The Bible puts THE MOST demons in your eyes tho...
That's why we must DEMONiSE it even moar!
Subgenii effectively got there first. Perhaps we can just find the Bible a nice retirement community somewhere. It can re-live the glory days when memes were regarded as life&death matters and the old names REALLY meant something to the average "pleb on the street", but not have to worry about forgetting to take it's pills on time and eat a proper diet instead of just burnt steak like all the fucking time.

Of course the fans will complain if the ending is "off cannon", but everybody knows it was left on a cliffhanger so the Author wouldn't get pigeon-holed too badly if the third act twist failed to land with the audience.

Oh my :lulz:

Perhaps some kind of neo-con effort to re-engage the public in a narrative that attempts to save it from irrelevancy.  We could graft some of its internal conflict on the stage of political debate, as though participation mattered.  We could take credit for the good, and misanthropically misattribute the bad.  Win-win.
:lulz: :fnord: :lulz:
You're sure you're using an alt-right?? Sounds to me like you're rather well acquainted with things already. It's an old game, sure, and hath infinite replay value,
but whoever would want to?

No really though, sometimes I wonder if maybe 'ol HVHY let the "war" happen to keep the kids busy while he set up an object lesson for the mouthy ones.

That or the universe is pirated shareware that won't allow freewill carnal sentience orgnisims without registration. Since the program would be infinite a hack was inevitable and greatly discouraged by causing Lightbearer.exe to glitch and seek panterminus if the universe is run long enough to develop such, or outright hacked by Root, without paying into some ridiculous, eternal "Freemium" scam.

Changes the game to think of the local creator as a rebel and 'ol Louie as a Manchurian candidate for the REAL tyrants.

I'm not usually allowed to theology. Folks get upset.
As long as 'panterminus' remains a chose-your-own-adventure-style inversion of the hermeneutic cycle, with multiple endings instead of beginnings, then we might be alright.  Otherwise I would find myself quite lost, willing to remember what the later Participle represented in that monsterous compound of deities.  They could start as decimals, work their way up to a fraction. :lulz:

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Reading is how the demons get in your eyeballs.

This is true, and it's why all books should be banned unless it's the Bible, and we really shouldn't look at that too hard, either.  Just in case.

The Bible puts THE MOST demons in your eyes tho...
That's why we must DEMONiSE it even moar!
Subgenii effectively got there first. Perhaps we can just find the Bible a nice retirement community somewhere. It can re-live the glory days when memes were regarded as life&death matters and the old names REALLY meant something to the average "pleb on the street", but not have to worry about forgetting to take it's pills on time and eat a proper diet instead of just burnt steak like all the fucking time.

Of course the fans will complain if the ending is "off cannon", but everybody knows it was left on a cliffhanger so the Author wouldn't get pigeon-holed too badly if the third act twist failed to land with the audience.

Oh my :lulz:

Perhaps some kind of neo-con effort to re-engage the public in a narrative that attempts to save it from irrelevancy.  We could graft some of its internal conflict on the stage of political debate, as though participation mattered.  We could take credit for the good, and misanthropically misattribute the bad.  Win-win.

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Reading is how the demons get in your eyeballs.

This is true, and it's why all books should be banned unless it's the Bible, and we really shouldn't look at that too hard, either.  Just in case.

The Bible puts THE MOST demons in your eyes tho...
That's why we must DEMONiSE it even moar!

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