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Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 12:55 am
by SimonHughes
Is it beyond human minds to be able to accept the scientific belief in that everything is absolute reality?

We've played the artificial God card too much. The equations were all wrong after all, strikingly made to look so complex wouldn't you agree?

It is all different - To the eye.

To the sense it's familair. If I seen myself as I seen it, it probably would have made more sense than the death all around.

Thankfully we are all connected, related at least that is something for now. Isn't that something?

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 2:54 am
by Gauss
I don't understand the point of your post.

The first sentence doesn't make sense to me.

What's the focus of this thread?

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 8:45 am
by SimonHughes
My issue is there is no understanding, just cryptic nonsensical gibberish.

The point?

I am merely asking:
Can you see all of it or only some?

Being stranded is just the tip of the iceberg for lack of a better word.

It's broken.

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 3:02 pm
by Otherworld
Is this in reference to Death Stranding?

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 7:19 pm
by SimonHughes
Reference?
Comfort in theory.

Do you believe in parallels, scientific 'fact' or human creation?

Parallels as in things being the same but different.
Scientific fact as in EVERYTHING is supposedly absolute reality.
Human creation as in made by god or another creator.

I believe in one thing:
We should not delve into the unknown with a closed perspective. I understand my perspective is connected somehow but how?

Why me, you or the other ones?

Your input would be appreciated.

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 8:55 pm
by ‎‎‎‎
SimonHughes wrote:Is it beyond human minds to be able to accept the scientific belief in that everything is absolute reality?

We've played the artificial God card too much. The equations were all wrong after all, strikingly made to look so complex wouldn't you agree?

It is all different - To the eye.

To the sense it's familair. If I seen myself as I seen it, it probably would have made more sense than the death all around.

Thankfully we are all connected, related at least that is something for now. Isn't that something?

I can understand P.T., but this! ? :\

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 10:49 pm
by SimonHughes
Understanding everything is not something you should rely on.

From my experiences acceptance is usually a better way to resolve confusion.

Finding that understanding though is another journey on a different path.

Infinite paths I might add or what I seem to see anyway, choosing wisely is an understatement.

The others don't like any of us poking around though. They get very angry. Avoid and hide is something I advise.

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 10:55 pm
by ‎‎‎‎
I notice if you scroll your mouse wheel Up & Down, it looks like the shadow in your Avatar
is moving Left & Right.

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 11:45 pm
by SimonHughes
You see it as a shadow?

I see it as a small gateway. It always loops to the same place unfortunately, grey, dead, isolated. It's not purgatory I don't believe in a life after death. That's fakery.

Large Hadron Collider experiments:
Playing the artificial God, opening doors to places that no living being should be in. Science creates 'Fact' so we believe in 'Reality' everything just works apparently.

Technology creates the opportunity, it should have been left well alone. It went dark for some time afterwards.

It's science and technology, curiosity that kills the cat.

Image

Endless and hopeless now.

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 1:54 am
by clips7
Hmmm.....ok....this seems like it's going to be one of those "what is our purpose in life?....Science points to this, yet creationism points to that...etc...type of threads"....ok, i'll bite.... 8-) ...(we touched on this debate before in another thread, but again i like these types of debates)..keep in mind i do believe in some of what Science states...


These conversations usually end up going nowhere because one sides sees Science as end all be all while folks on the other side feel an omnipotent being created all of this. I'm not the most religious guy on the planet, but i find it hard to believe humans just appeared out of nowhere from molecules and atoms.

I just don't think it's as corny as some guy living up the clouds with a big white beard in charge of everything. i think it's a bit more complicated than that. The earth was created with the perfect combination that allowed life to flourish. Where did humans come from and how did the very first human actually come to be?

We know how planets are created. Through incredible events from galaxies and stars that take upwards of up to million years to stabilize. The earth was created no differently and yet while the earth in it's early stages of it's cooling period, and after everything stabilized...where did the first human come from?...how did it form?...just mysteriously from atoms and the fusion of molecules?...

I believe in this reality...we are living in it, but is there another world outside of our own that we cannot see?...animals can sense wavelengths and other parameters on a level that humans cannot comprehend. Is it within these parameters that there exist another plain of reality?

I like to look at sleep paralysis...the time where your brain is asleep but your conscious is awake...people have stated to have seen weird images within these events and even feel like they are being held down by..something. Is it within these events we experiencing another reality or seeing other forms of life?....haha...i like to question these weird events..yeah it's mainly your brain playing tricks on you and forecasting those images while YOU are awake but your brain is sleep...hence why you can't move...your brain controls everything.

I just find it weird in that mostly everybody that experience these events have a similar take on seeing these images of shadowy figures and the feeling of being pressed down....

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 2:10 am
by ‎‎‎‎
Hey clips, I was wondering when you was going to enter.
Maybe you can make sense of this all! :\

Usually when I see so many paragraphs, I just reply with "Wait, What?"
then skip over it. But I'll make an exception this time.

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 2:17 am
by clips7
‎‎‎‎ wrote:Hey clips, I was wondering when you was going to enter.
Maybe you can make sense of this all! :\

Usually when I see so many paragraphs, I just reply with "Wait, What?"
then skip over it. But I'll make an exception this time.



Yeah...i'm the say way...i hate reading long texts...i try to break it down into paragraphs to make it a little easier to read, but it still ends up being.....

TL;DR.... :lol:.....That will be my only response, as i like to see other folks insights on this issue. i could be entirely wrong on what the OP was referring to, but that was my take on it.

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 2:28 am
by ‎‎‎‎
Oh, so that's what you was trying to say Simon? Evolution vs. Creation, and the purpose of life?
If so, I recommend looking up Frank Turek! And watch some of his debates online.

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 8:57 am
by Otherworld
Gonna wait until SimonHughes replies to clips7 before I weight in.... lol

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 9:59 am
by SimonHughes
Open for interpretation.

Somewhat amazing that you and yourself delve to an incredible depth to understand.

I have previously said understanding everything isn't something to rely on.

Determination, knowledge and intelligence will get you and yourself far I can tell you that.

Again the others are angry so I suggest for now to find somewhere to hide for awhile.

Image

What can you see?
I see different things, perceptions have been warped and twisted.

It's not opinion.

It's existence of the here and now.

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 11:12 am
by Otherworld
SimonHughes wrote:Open for interpretation.

Somewhat amazing that you and yourself delve to an incredible depth to understand.

I have previously said understanding everything isn't something to rely on.

Determination, knowledge and intelligence will get you and yourself far I can tell you that.

Again the others are angry so I suggest for now to find somewhere to hide for awhile.


Hmm ... I will just have to go back to an earlier thread I created having to do with this ...

Image

It was called "Do you see what I see?"

It was about what is seen in the otherworld by the different people called and how they could see different things at the same place at the same time.

BOLM states -
In the otherworld of Silent Hill, the world is seen differently depending on the person.


SimonHughes wrote:
Image

What can you see?
I see different things, perceptions have been warped and twisted.

It's not opinion.

It's existence of the here and now.


I see branches stemming outward from a tree like different perspectives stem out from a single idea....
My perception is my reality ....

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 11:48 am
by SimonHughes
Two minds think alike.

Beautifully realised, deep thought provoking ideas. Which borders on factual meaning.

I wonder if others see it the same or see it differently.

The biggest queries of mine is are we standing face to face, foot to foot?

Or are we in entirely different places that mirrors what we see as the real here and now?

Grey, dead and connected cords.

My cord is gone...

I'm detached from all of it.

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 7:32 pm
by ‎‎‎‎
SimonHughes wrote:Image

What can you see?

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 8:54 pm
by nur_ein_tier
SimonHughes wrote:My issue is there is no understanding, just cryptic nonsensical gibberish.

But does the cryptic nonsensical gibberish belong in the section dedicated to PT and Silent Hills?

Re: Beyond human minds?

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 10:28 pm
by ‎‎‎‎
nur_ein_tier wrote:
SimonHughes wrote:My issue is there is no understanding, just cryptic nonsensical gibberish

At 1st I thought Nur was saying this about Simon. Then I realized, Nur was just quoting him.