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    You are a thinker with interesting shares. Thanks.

    The only way to bear what is experienced here IMO is detachment. IMO it is a tricky business to be able to remain detached enough to bear the...
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    This would be why the silent majority of humanity still sides, against its own interests, with the elite: the universe is a steep, slippery slope and the majority will be more tempted by the fun and...
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    What makes the above so difficult to imagine is the firmly ingrained idea of an all-powerful Creator operating effortlessly. The opposite of this total perfection of course is not necessarily an...
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    What lends weight to the Bogdanovs’ work seems to be the way they answer questions raised by Roger Penrose, a great scientist but also a great popular science writer. The Emperor’s New Mind (1989,...
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    Repost from https://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?111554-C.S.-Lewis-The-Space-Trilogy&p=1414176&viewfull=1#post1414176


    Van Vogt’s story ends on an optimistic note. The alarming...
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    Repost from https://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?111554-C.S.-Lewis-The-Space-Trilogy&p=1411726&viewfull=1#post1411726

    CS Lewis’s Space Trilogy is a fascinating story, but it does raise...
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    I am starting this new thread by reposting below the last two posts made on my C.S. Lewis, The Space Trilogy thread, where they weren’t off-topic but expanded the topic of scientific nihilism way...
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