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    an accidental search I happened across today ~
    was doing a little research about ancient india, came across "the good king" - Yudhisthira then on Google I accidentally searched > scholar - wtf check this out,

    Google page one Scholarly Articles search results: Yudhisthira -

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    Nanochemistry: synthesis and characterization of multifunctional nanoclinics for biological applications
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    This paper presents the use of nanoscale chemistry to synthesize a multilevel, hierarchically
    built nanoparticle, which we define as a nanoclinic, for targeted diagnostics and therapy. This
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    A general approach to binary and ternary hybrid nanocrystals
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    Coated magnetite nanoparticles with a 6?8 nm average diameter were prepared. The surfactants
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    A method is presented for the preparation of a biocompatible ferrofluid containing dye-functionalized
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    http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl...&q=Yudhisthira
    Why not now?

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    Ummmmmm, is this you're way of telling us we're off topic, nomadguy - or am I missing something?


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    Quote I dunno, Witchy.
    I imagine the Catholics dunking the Pagans to save their souls were feeling pretty moral and righteous.
    But I bet the pagans wouldn't have agreed.

    There's lots of examples where one may feel completely moral in their behaviour, and yet the behaviour is perfectly without love for their fellow man.
    Ow, I agree T - dont think my explanation was great. I think there might be confusion about how we interpret morals. (as opposed to a set of beliefs or values or simply conforming to society norms) my understanding is they provide the internal motivation.
    A person can be immoral, but there is no similar word to describe values. Do people feel moral in their behaviour or justified (due to values or ethics.)

    I think they were feeling very righteous and moraly very just in their actions, but as you say without love for any person.

    Wasnt if Freud who said that moral development came out of the ego? Racking my brain back to nursing training (psych 101)
    I think I'll bow out gracefully now

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    Quote Posted by Teakai (here)
    You sound upset to consider that I might be full of love.
    Why would that bother you?
    no I'm not upset if your heart is full of love


    I'm only a little upset that you misread me dear Teakai ; )

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    Quote Posted by RedeZra (here)
    no I'm not upset if your heart is full of love


    I'm only a little upset that you misread me dear Teakai ; )
    Upset at me or at yourself?
    I only responded to what you wrote. What part in particular do you think I misread?

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    Ow, I agree T - dont think my explanation was great. I think there might be confusion about how we interpret morals. (as opposed to a set of beliefs or values or simply conforming to society norms) my understanding is they provide the internal motivation.
    A person can be immoral, but there is no similar word to describe values. Do people feel moral in their behaviour or justified (due to values or ethics.)

    I think they were feeling very righteous and moraly very just in their actions, but as you say without love for any person.

    Wasnt if Freud who said that moral development came out of the ego? Racking my brain back to nursing training (psych 101)
    I think I'll bow out gracefully now
    Oh no - don't bow out. I didn't pick pagans because you're Witchy - they're just the first really good example that popped into my mind. And it did start of being about religion in a way.

    Freud was probably right - but I'm of the opinion that all psychology is a study of ego.

    I think I might come across as rather opinionated, but, on the bright side, my opinion is very easily changed with good reason

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    lol, no didnt even think of that... just know when Im in over my head - cant speak with any real authority on this subject.....just butted in for something to say really.

    Psych is all fluffy nonsense for the most part, creates co -dependences. Dont know if I ever met a person cured of their psychiatric disorder by one actually! They simply resort to drugs. They do have a place for the classic disorders (in DSMV IV) MPD's, trauma/abuse etc.

    No no- you certainly dont come over as being opinionated. I enjoy your posts they are well reasoned and researched. Like yourself I also like to opine on the odd topic of interest (perhaps its being antipodean) and am happy (ish) to be pointed in the right direction if Ive veered of track - hahaha.

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    dont suppose you're a Taurus???

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    dont suppose you're a Taurus???
    No, but according to astrology my sign makes a good match with Taurus.


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    Quote Posted by witchy1 (here)
    lol, no didnt even think of that... just know when Im in over my head - cant speak with any real authority on this subject.....just butted in for something to say really.
    Psych is all fluffy nonsense for the most part, creates co -dependences. Dont know if I ever met a person cured of their psychiatric disorder by one actually! They simply resort to drugs. They do have a place for the classic disorders (in DSMV IV) MPD's, trauma/abuse etc.

    No no- you certainly dont come over as being opinionated. I enjoy your posts they are well reasoned and researched. Like yourself I also like to opine on the odd topic of interest (perhaps its being antipodean) and am happy (ish) to be pointed in the right direction if Ive veered of track - hahaha.

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    Well, me either - I pretty much just make it up as I go along - whatever's mooshed itself together in my head at that particular time and sounds about right. Shhhh, don't tell anyone though, some may not have guessed.

    My opinion is pretty fluid. Too much new and incoming information to form a definite opinion about anything, methinks.
    Hell, I'm even considering the possibility of reptillians.

    Saw a video the other day about psychiatry - psychiatrists were saying how it was all a load of rubbish, and they made pretty much all of it up.
    Have you seen it?
    It was posted here, but I don't recall the thread. Probably shouldn't put that in any of your exam answers, though

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    AhHa! Oh, that may have been a bit of a personal question, sorry T. (However thats maybe why I resonate with your posts)

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    AhHa! Oh, that may have been a bit of a personal question, sorry T. (However thats maybe why I resonate with your posts)
    Ah witchy, bless ya - I don't care about personal. I just didn't want to ruin your fun. (Projecting here - I quite enjoy guessing people's astrological signs)

    I was born under the sign of scorpio. How about you? I'm guessing pisces. Sometimes I'm quite good at picking them but it might be too early to have gotten a proper vibe from you.

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    I was not raised Catholic but all I need to do is take one look at Pope Benedict's face to see that he has caused great suffering. He's one scary-looking dude. And as far as BHO goes - he's a walking talking prevarication. It's hard for me to believe how many millions of people can be duped by him.

    This video presentation is well-intentioned but too much of a stretch. Jonathan attempts to push this hieroglyph through the cheesecloth of his Christian belief system and it just doesn't cut it.

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    Upset at me or at yourself?
    I only responded to what you wrote. What part in particular do you think I misread?
    I'm not upset or bothered if your heart is full of love


    there is a lack of love in the world so it is most cherished and welcome


    still there are many not in touch with this love and inner light of guidance

    so for them it's best to practise spiritual values like morality

    so the stream of light n love might flow freely within their hearts too


    doing what is good n right is the road to peace love n joy ; )

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    Quote Posted by RedeZra (here)
    I'm not upset or bothered if your heart is full of lovethere is a lack of love in the world so it is most cherished and welcome


    still there are many not in touch with this love and inner light of guidance

    so for them it's best to practise spiritual values like morality

    so the stream of light n love might flow freely within their hearts too


    doing what is good n right is the road to peace love n joy ; )
    So you said, RedeZra.
    You said you were upset because I'd misread you - I asked where you think I'd misread you.

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    Quote Posted by Victor laszlo (here)
    I was not raised Catholic but all I need to do is take one look at Pope Benedict's face to see that he has caused great suffering. He's one scary-looking dude. And as far as BHO goes - he's a walking talking prevarication. It's hard for me to believe how many millions of people can be duped by him.

    This video presentation is well-intentioned but too much of a stretch. Jonathan attempts to push this hieroglyph through the cheesecloth of his Christian belief system and it just doesn't cut it.
    Hi Victor, I guess every Pope, or Bishop, or high ranking authority would know the truth and history of the Christian religion - that would make them all dishonest.

    Be good, follow the rules then you die and go to heaven forever. Sin and it's an eternity of hell , sin lightly and your relatives can buy your soul out of purgatory.
    There is no reincarnation.

    They're perpetuating a complete lie - and they know it. The only holy thing there is the story they spin us.
    IMO.
    I have a dabbling interest in religion, historically - the symbolism and the fact that Christianity is built upon a much older system and that symbology is found hidden throughout our world today is something I find extremely interesting.
    Hidden messages that perhaps only our subconscious notices - I wonder if we recall and recognise them at a deeper level from another earth time.

    Of course, it's a terrible deception - but it's a really fascinating terrible deception.
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    Quote I was born under the sign of scorpio. How about you? I'm guessing pisces. Sometimes I'm quite good at picking them but it might be too early to have gotten a proper vibe from you
    Bog standard Taurean. With all those -ve traits and all those wonderful +ve ones.

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    Bog standard Taurean. With all those -ve traits and all those wonderful +ve ones.
    Aw ma-a-a--an, I was going to guess that next. Really - but only because you asked me if I was Taurean. Not because I'm psychic or anything.


    Scorpios don't have any negative traits - that's just a vicious rumour going round.

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    Quote Posted by Teakai (here)
    So you said, RedeZra.
    You said you were upset because I'd misread you - I asked where you think I'd misread you.
    you misread me if you think I am upset with your loving heart

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    Oh ya know, I was trying to bring up the idea of what is REALLY hidden in plain sight. you are not off topic, this one is broad
    Why not now?

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