"Photons stimulating visual cortex within sight sense alone do not account for the blind and many other experiences of sensory perception that process human brain function. However, you do make a significant point about humans becoming aware of…"
"Roman, you say, "Knowledge or perception is a thought-wave in the mind." Do not waves emanate from particles of one description or another? Do waves not collapse into particles?
Can we not think of light as a photon…"
"Sid, now I understand, and you state your position well.
It's one of the finest sites of its kind in the world.
And we as members will do all we can to spread the word to help in its progress to the heights it deserves."
What makes a Belief a Belief?The Bible says "Faith is the assured expectation of things hoped for, the evident realities though not beheld". Hebrews: Chapter 11, Verse 1.Can true belief honestly be based on mere hope?A false belief is not considered to be knowledge, even if it is sincere. See More
"This multi-fragmentational disintergration of proposed thought en-mass in this way is the most disengenous abstraction I've seen on this site so far. I therefore put to you to reach beyond your confoundational pretexts to simply ask the…"
The world is full of many wonders; incredible works of art and architecture, of science and invention, but the greatest of them all by far is the human mind. It is the mind’s play that brings about all activity in the human world. The outline of everything people construct is first formed in the mind and then filled in with matter to assume a concrete shape. History, science, culture, trade and commerce, in fact all knowledge and systems of our day-to-day world, are but the projection and fulfillment of thoughts born in the mind. If the mind, by concentrating itself on matter, can work such wonders and attain such miraculous physical powers as we have, what can it not attain if it concentrates on itself!
Thanks Roman. Despite that I do receive compliments on my focus, I can tell you from experience, I can do much better. It's just that life keeps building me up to knock me back down every couple years and I never get the chance to make my full on effort. Lack of stability, and lack of resources has squandered my efforts. But I appreciate that someone appreciates my work. I'll be back.
Japanese-cubist-escher? Love it...lol
My favorite comment of late on that art piece is that it is erotically mathematical...
Because the work rotates and connects and can be tiled to create landscapes I thought it would be amazing if I could find someone to 'score' it as it's mathematical textures have music in them. I'm wondering if that could be translated literally into a collaborative work involving projection and animation...
I know the feeling. I think it can also be referred to as 'herding cats'. :)
Well Roman...new things are in the works. It's very slow moving though because, as you know, it's just me working on it all.
Anyway, it's worth it. I say this not because Open Source Religion has not even seen the tip of its potential here; it hasn't, but it will. I'm working every day to get that ball rolling and when it does we're going to have something blooming that no one in the world has seen before: a self governing, living religion.