Monthly Archives: February 2018

Economics – D

Social Vaccine Feb 2018 – 17/ “Ubiquitous Psychopathology” with Daniel Schmachtenberger Actual interview with Daniel Schmachtenberger Message sent to Scott Andrew following listening to the interview above. Hi Scott, Very much align with many aspects of what you and Daniel … Continue reading

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Back on the bus

Get Back on the Bus What keeps you on track? Hi Laurie, What gets me on a bus is deadlines. And as you are aware from my latest writing: Key themes required for understanding life at every level seems to … Continue reading

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Ideapod – Embracing Change

Ideapod – Embracing change Darwin Quote: It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent. It is the one that is most adaptable to change. Yes, and what that quote does not address directly is … Continue reading

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Let Me Call You Sweetheart What’s your favorite relationship ingredient? Hi Laurie. All the ingredients you mentioned are important, as are all the others listed above, and the one no one has mentioned (perhaps for social reasons) is sex – … Continue reading

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A new Invisible Hand

Why New Economics Needs a New Invisible Hand The New Invisible Hand suggests the existence of a middle path. Here in New Zealand today is Darwin Day (12th Feb 2018). That is fitting. Darwin traveled widely, looked closely at things, … Continue reading

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Posted this somewhere – forgot to note where

I call myself a functional athiest – in that any sort of god seems extremely unlikely to me; yet at the same time I am a great fan of Jordan Peterson and his work, and align closely with the vast … Continue reading

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Take Care

Take Care Do you believe that forgiving is condoning? Hi Laurie, An interesting range of responses above. For me, forgiving has nothing to do with condoning, it is in a sense simply accepting that anyone can make mistakes – provided … Continue reading

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Cancer vaccine

Cancer ‘vaccine’ eliminates all traces of cancer in mice Bodywide immune stimulation without adverse side effects This is great work. My own approach to curing my own metastatic (terminal) melanoma was to remove as many blocks as I could identify … Continue reading

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Distinction between truth and ontic reality

Facebook friend John asked – Does a _difference_ exist/function between truth and Ontic(reality)? Given the many sources of error now well documented (measurement error, quantum uncertainty, Goedel incompleteness, irrational numbers, the many classes of chaos, infinities, algorithmic and computational spaces, … Continue reading

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New page above

I’ve completed at least a working draft of a new page above – on key themes in understanding what we are:

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