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My wife asked me to enlarge our closet

On: Thursday, July 16, 2015

 My wife asked me to enlarge our closet. She said she needed more space. She had several boxes of stuff that she needed to put there.

I got out my ruler and measured the boxes of stuff. Then I measured the closet to see how much larger I would have to make the closet in order to accommodate the additional stuff.

When I was finished, my wife thanked me for making more space. I understood that I measured the height, width, and length of the boxers of stuff. I also measured the distance between the walls, floor, and ceiling of the closet. I never did measure space.

Curious about this, I tried an experiment. I cut a hole into a piece of paper. Once again, I couldn't measure the space I had created in the paper. I could only measure the paper.

Then I got out a doughnut from the fridge. I noticed there was a round hole, or space in the middle of the doughnut. I measured this space to be 1.5 inches across. I ate the doughnut enlarging the space. I was able to create more and more space until there was no longer a doughnut. The doughnut space had merged with the space in the room.

Determined to measure the resulting space created by the now digesting doughnut, I tore down the walls of our home. This only resulted in the merger of the doughnut space to the house space and to the space surrounding the earth.

I am writing this to you from my own private space at the Greeenlawn facility where the nice people so graciously provided a laptop with wireless access to the interwebs in hopes that others might learn the same valuable lesson that I have learned from this experience:

Space is NOT a what! It is a where!

I have to go now. The rather homely, but nice lady is bringing me the wonderful little pill which allows me to exit "physical" space and enter into the rather different location of pure thought space.

Rest gently, my friends, and fear not! There is no beginning and therefore no end to space, only separation between objects. surrounding objects and within objects where there is not matter. - John Smith aka Monk E. Monk
#Science #space #physics

What's the difference between a Christian and a paranoid schizophrenic?

On: Friday, December 19, 2014

Q.  What's the difference between a Christian and a paranoid  schizophrenic?                         
A.  One person hears voices, is convinced his thoughts and actions are known to some outside power, thinks the world was designed and created for him and that he is central to everything that goes on, is sure he is part  of a special divine mission, believes that ordinary everyday events have some special transcendent meaning visible only to him, sometimes speaks in babbling incoherent voices, and believes supernatural forces are at work to influence his actions.  And the other one, of course, is a paranoid schizophrenic.  
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So....You Have The Truth?

On: Thursday, November 20, 2014

Logic & Mans Consciousness

On: Wednesday, November 12, 2014

 Logic is the art of non-contradictory identification. Man-made objects are necessarily the result of man's existence, but we did not create them out of nothing. As man, we used our minds to shape our metaphysical surroundings (nature) to further and sustain our existence. We cannot create metaphysically anew, but only reshape the metaphysical into the man-made for whatever purpose we desire, but even our purpose is dictated by the laws of reality. Whether it be fundamentally for the purpose of life or death, man alone has the volitional power to choose. And this choice necessarily becomes a choice of reason, a choice as a man to either use our means of survival and use it well or succumb to the consequences of inaction. This choice is to think or not, to use reason or not, to implement the art of logic to correctly identify the existents of reality--and so the rules and proper goals of our existence--or not. As man we are not divorced from reality but a product of it, in our total existence we, as all else are--in full--prescribed and functioning and existing in and by, the nature of the universe, the facts of reality. Reason is the means of identifying reality as it is and thereby attaining knowledge and logic is the means of understanding what exactly knowledge as such requires to be valid, which is to be devoid of all contradictions; which means to be purely consonant with reality. Logic is not your friend, it is mine--it will not help you to spread your mystical doctrines nor the existence of any aspect of them; it will only lead to their destruction, as it rightfully must to protect man from all con men--whether it be those seeking to trick man into buying an inferior material piece of junk or a spiritual one; and by spirit, I mean man's consciousness.

by @Phaeous Jeff Phaeous 

On: Thursday, October 16, 2014

Prove God doesn’t exist

On: Thursday, September 4, 2014

Joshua Feuerstein challenges atheists to provide “proof or evidence” that God does not exist. If they can, he will give them $100,000.

‘You’re doing it wrong!’” 

"Scientists and non-scientists alike with any cursory understanding of the burden of proof, know that you don’t start with anything and everything that cannot be disproven.”

“By that standard, fairies exist. The Boogey Man exists. Plush time-travelling Teddy Bears in outer space exist – prove they don’t exist" - Seth Andrews

See Seths video entitled, “The Feuerstein Fallacy.”

Ancient Literature Including Religious Texts & Dates

On: Friday, August 22, 2014

Early Bronze Age: 3rd millennium BC (approximate dates shown) The earliest written literature dates from about 2600 BC (classical Sumerian).[1] The earliest literary author known by name is Enheduanna, dating to ca. the 24th century BC. Certain literary texts are difficult to date, such as the Egyptian Book of the Dead which was recorded in the Papyrus of Ani around 1240 BC, but other versions of the book probably date from about the 18th century BC.
Middle Bronze Age: ca. 2000 to 1600 BC (approximate dates shown)
Late Bronze Age: ca. 1600 to 1200 BC (approximate dates shown)

Iron Age

See also Sanskrit literature, Chinese literature
Iron Age texts predating Classical Antiquity: 12th to 8th centuries BC
*Reference -Ancient literature