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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #232 on: November 17, 2013, 05:33:15 PM »

I never expected it to be but that does not mean that in this place full of non-believers, explaining why I can only be 95% atheist does have relevance. At least to me. Reputation.

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This response makes no sense and it does not address what I stated.
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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #233 on: November 17, 2013, 09:27:51 PM »
Most cultures have some form of mystical experience. People outside of that culture generally assume that the experiences of yogis, mullahs, vodun priests, santeros, etc. are not real evidence of the supernatural. Research into such phenomena has been conducted for centuries, with no sign that there is any not-natural explanation. 

When a "mystical experience" is indistinguishable to the observer from a lie, a mistake, a common brain phenomena or some form of insanity, why assume that the mystical explanation --the one with the least evidence-- is the real one? :?

I do not think it is insanity so much as our own consciousness or minds at work trying to fill in blanks. They are anomalies though.

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Like I said, a common brain phenom., etc. would be our "minds at work trying to fill in blanks".  We know that our minds do this kind of thing all the time--look at any book or website on optical illusions. What is the reason for assuming that there is something beyond one of the normal explanations? I am not being sarcastic or rhetorical. I really want to know.
Extraordinary claims of the bible don't even have ordinary evidence.

Kids aren't paying attention most of the time in science classes so it seems silly to get worked up over ID being taught in schools.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #234 on: November 18, 2013, 12:16:30 PM »

I never expected it to be but that does not mean that in this place full of non-believers, explaining why I can only be 95% atheist does have relevance. At least to me. Reputation.

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I thought you were 95% believer in the cosmic consciousness???  I did not know you were only 5% CC believer?

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #235 on: November 19, 2013, 02:35:10 PM »
Most cultures have some form of mystical experience. People outside of that culture generally assume that the experiences of yogis, mullahs, vodun priests, santeros, etc. are not real evidence of the supernatural. Research into such phenomena has been conducted for centuries, with no sign that there is any not-natural explanation. 

When a "mystical experience" is indistinguishable to the observer from a lie, a mistake, a common brain phenomena or some form of insanity, why assume that the mystical explanation --the one with the least evidence-- is the real one? :?

I do not think it is insanity so much as our own consciousness or minds at work trying to fill in blanks. They are anomalies though.

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Like I said, a common brain phenom., etc. would be our "minds at work trying to fill in blanks".  We know that our minds do this kind of thing all the time--look at any book or website on optical illusions. What is the reason for assuming that there is something beyond one of the normal explanations? I am not being sarcastic or rhetorical. I really want to know.

So do I but some things cannot be known. At least not at this point in time.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #236 on: November 20, 2013, 08:02:42 PM »
GIA, I think you missed my point.

I want to know why you assume that you can eliminate the possibility of lie, dream, illusion or mistake, and go with the least possible option-- contact with the Cosmic Consciousness, a real supernatural event. What criteria are you using to judge what you experienced as the real deal CC? How are you ruling out the things that we have lots of concrete evidence for in favor of something with no concrete evidence?
Extraordinary claims of the bible don't even have ordinary evidence.

Kids aren't paying attention most of the time in science classes so it seems silly to get worked up over ID being taught in schools.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #237 on: November 21, 2013, 09:06:50 AM »
GIA, I think you missed my point.

I want to know why you assume that you can eliminate the possibility of lie, dream, illusion or mistake, and go with the least possible option-- contact with the Cosmic Consciousness, a real supernatural event. What criteria are you using to judge what you experienced as the real deal CC? How are you ruling out the things that we have lots of concrete evidence for in favor of something with no concrete evidence?

I follow the evidence.

If my mind lied to me, I would not know it. I do know telepathy is real as I have a victim that will testify to it. My wife.

I do not do supernatural and have explained that this is a natural phenomenon.

If is not the least possible option. A mind lying to itself is more weird than finding another mind.

Your bias is clouding your thinking.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #238 on: November 21, 2013, 09:29:12 AM »
If my mind lied to me, I would not know it. I do know telepathy is real as I have a victim that will testify to it. My wife.

I find it suspicious that you call her a victim. If I got inside my partner's head, she would not consider herself a victim.
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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #239 on: November 21, 2013, 09:46:46 AM »
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If is not the least possible option. A mind lying to itself is more weird than finding another mind.

Your bias is clouding your thinking...



Making these two statements in such close proximity to each other is even weirder as you appear to readily accept that minds can be confused or mistaken and even attribute the confusion or mistake to the commonplace word "bias" whilst in your former statement you say that it is weird that such an event can occur.

Now I am confused (or possibly mistaken) :o

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #240 on: November 21, 2013, 10:03:36 AM »
If my mind lied to me, I would not know it. I do know telepathy is real as I have a victim that will testify to it. My wife.

I find it suspicious that you call her a victim. If I got inside my partner's head, she would not consider herself a victim.
I find it even more suspicious that he hasn't gone straight to a research lab and BEGGED for the opportunity to demonstrate this ability.

But I've got him on ignore - maybe he actually explained somewhere why he's here telling US about it (over the internet no less  &)) rather than telling, well, pretty much anyone to whom he could actually prove it.
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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #241 on: November 21, 2013, 10:28:33 AM »
If my mind lied to me, I would not know it. I do know telepathy is real as I have a victim that will testify to it. My wife.

I find it suspicious that you call her a victim. If I got inside my partner's head, she would not consider herself a victim.

Ask her and yourself.

Regardless, an assault is the way my wife described the experience. I can see it as there is both pain and pleasure involved. She would have noted the pain more as there would have been little pleasure for her.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #242 on: November 21, 2013, 10:30:44 AM »
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If is not the least possible option. A mind lying to itself is more weird than finding another mind.

Your bias is clouding your thinking...



Making these two statements in such close proximity to each other is even weirder as you appear to readily accept that minds can be confused or mistaken and even attribute the confusion or mistake to the commonplace word "bias" whilst in your former statement you say that it is weird that such an event can occur.

Now I am confused (or possibly mistaken) :o

They are both correct.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #243 on: November 21, 2013, 10:38:25 AM »
I follow the evidence.

If my mind lied to me, I would not know it. I do know telepathy is real as I have a victim that will testify to it. My wife.

I do not do supernatural and have explained that this is a natural phenomenon.

If is not the least possible option. A mind lying to itself is more weird than finding another mind.
That depends on what you mean by lying I suppose.  If you mean that it falsifies information, then your mind (as well as everybody else's minds) lie to themselves constantly.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filling-in
That's your mind guessing and making sh*t up to fill in the physiological gap in order to construct a coherent picture.
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Your bias is clouding your thinking.
I did. My wife as my victim to testify.
That is all the evidence I need.
I don't care of the evidence against.
Well, someone definitely has bias that clouds their thinking around here...
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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #244 on: November 21, 2013, 10:40:16 AM »

They are both correct.

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They are contradictory.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #245 on: November 21, 2013, 11:32:53 AM »
GIA, I think you missed my point.

I want to know why you assume that you can eliminate the possibility of lie, dream, illusion or mistake, and go with the least possible option-- contact with the Cosmic Consciousness, a real supernatural event. What criteria are you using to judge what you experienced as the real deal CC? How are you ruling out the things that we have lots of concrete evidence for in favor of something with no concrete evidence?

I follow the evidence.

If my mind lied to me, I would not know it. I do know telepathy is real as I have a victim that will testify to it. My wife.

I do not do supernatural and have explained that this is a natural phenomenon.

If is not the least possible option. A mind lying to itself is more weird than finding another mind.

Your bias is clouding your thinking.

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But the evidence you cite (of the CC) is something that happened inside your own mind. And we all know that minds play tricks on us all the time. We are evolved to see stuff that is not there and to detect things that are not real. That is why we have to use logic, evidence and the scientific method to figure out what is really real versus what we think is real.

You see something moving out of the corner of your eye and jump, thinking it was a rat. And then you look right at it and see it is a brown leaf blowing along the sidewalk. Now, according to your way of thinking, it might really have been a rat, and then it cleverly turned itself into a leaf when you looked at it. Possible? I suppose. Probable? Not very.

And as for your telepathy, it could really exist. You and you wife think it does. But it is far more likely that you and your wife have what is called a folie a deux, where two people share the same delusion.

I say that because you admit that it only happened one time and there is no way to go to a lab and test for something like that. Also, of all the millions of people who claim ESP powers, none have ever been scientifically demonstrated, even when tested by people who really, honestly want there to be ESP.[1]  However, you can go to a lab and test for a folie a deux, and measure how strongly you and your wife believe in what happened.

Why do people believe in stuff that is not so? There are lots of reasons:

I just read about a local woman who makes money taking tourists around to places where there were horrible crimes, with the idea that the places are haunted with the spirits of the murdered people. She maintains that people's cameras malfunction in these places. I already can tell you that the cameras malfunction at the same rate as random chance, but nobody involved in these tours wants to hear that.  &)
 1. You can see some of these tests online where the people involved are so confused and disappointed when their ESP doesn't work under controlled conditions.
Extraordinary claims of the bible don't even have ordinary evidence.

Kids aren't paying attention most of the time in science classes so it seems silly to get worked up over ID being taught in schools.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #246 on: November 21, 2013, 11:39:13 AM »
I do know telepathy is real as I have a victim that will testify to it. My wife.
And you haven't claimed this prize yet-
http://www.randi.org/site/index.php/1m-challenge.html
Theres a million dollars if you and your wife can prove it.
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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #247 on: November 21, 2013, 01:04:18 PM »
I do know telepathy is real as I have a victim that will testify to it. My wife.
And you haven't claimed this prize yet-
http://www.randi.org/site/index.php/1m-challenge.html
Theres a million dollars if you and your wife can prove it.

If he ever accepts two positive lie detector tests then I will apply, till then, I will go wanting.

This scientist likely has a better case at the moment.



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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #248 on: November 21, 2013, 01:06:40 PM »
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Why do people believe in stuff that is not so? There are lots of reasons:

Indeed. And one of those reasons would be that some of what is believed to be true, --- is true.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #249 on: November 21, 2013, 01:09:24 PM »
^^^This is at least the second time that you have posted that video of Persinger. It's funny b/c it really seems to show confirmation bias. You are willing to quote anything that supports your assumption and self diagnosis, even if it is a mere hypothesis that has not been independently confirmed, has not had ample time to go through peer review, and has not been demonstrated to an unequivocal degree. Yet you won't do any critical examination of your interpretation of said "divine" experience. Credulity is really a sickness you know.
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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #250 on: November 21, 2013, 01:22:33 PM »
God is imaginary so my answer is based on something that does not exist.

OK here goes..."God is love...God loves us more than life...God wants us to be in a personal relationship with Him...God has given us free will.........But (there is always a "but") pick incorrectly and you burn forever in pain and fire and all that really bad stuff.  That is what a loving God does.

Exactly!Isn't he just so "loving"!!!  :o ;D
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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #251 on: November 21, 2013, 01:27:40 PM »
I do know telepathy is real as I have a victim that will testify to it. My wife.
And you haven't claimed this prize yet-
http://www.randi.org/site/index.php/1m-challenge.html
Theres a million dollars if you and your wife can prove it.
If he ever accepts two positive lie detector tests then I will apply, till then, I will go wanting.
A lie detector simply proves you believe you are telling the truth OR you know how to beat the test.
The test is not evidence I'm afraid.
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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #252 on: November 21, 2013, 01:33:55 PM »
Nogodsforme, here's the answer that you seek:

Indeed. And one of those reasons would be that some of what is believed to be true, --- is true.
Claim: <insert any arrangement of letters/numbers/symbols>

e.g.
Claim: Ragomorths exist.

A: It's true because it's true!
B: How do you know it's true?
A: Because it's true!
B: But what makes you think it's true?
A: Because it's true!
B: <counter argument>
That is all the evidence I need.
I don't care of the evidence against.

e.g.
Claim: Flagobarm exists.

A: It's true because it's true!
B: How do you know it's true?
A: Because it's true!
B: But what makes you think it's true?
A: Because it's true!
B: <counter argument>
That is all the evidence I need.
I don't care of the evidence against.

e.g.
Claim: The cosmic consciousness exists.

A: It's true because it's true!
B: How do you know it's true?
A: Because it's true!
B: But what makes you think it's true?
A: Because it's true!
B: <counter argument>
That is all the evidence I need.
I don't care of the evidence against.

e.g.
Claim: An omnipotent, omniscient, omni-benevolent entity called god exists.

A: It's true because it's true!
B: How do you know it's true?
A: Because it's true!
B: But what makes you think it's true?
A: Because it's true!
B: <counter argument>
That is all the evidence I need.
I don't care of the evidence against.

With these powers combined, Greatest I am can believe any claim of any kind as true.
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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #253 on: November 21, 2013, 02:07:55 PM »
I do know telepathy is real as I have a victim that will testify to it. My wife.
And you haven't claimed this prize yet-
http://www.randi.org/site/index.php/1m-challenge.html
Theres a million dollars if you and your wife can prove it.
If he ever accepts two positive lie detector tests then I will apply, till then, I will go wanting.
A lie detector simply proves you believe you are telling the truth OR you know how to beat the test.
The test is not evidence I'm afraid.

I am not aware of how good and accurate they have become but I recognize that they are not good enough yet.

It will probably be neural science that will perfect lie detection. It all begins in the brain.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #254 on: November 21, 2013, 02:14:00 PM »
It will probably be neural science that will perfect lie detection. It all begins in the brain.
Even so it will still only prove you believe you are telling the truth, in other words, you believe your memory of an event is true. It is still not evidence for the actual claimed event.
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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #255 on: November 21, 2013, 02:56:05 PM »
It will probably be neural science that will perfect lie detection. It all begins in the brain.
Even so it will still only prove you believe you are telling the truth, in other words, you believe your memory of an event is true. It is still not evidence for the actual claimed event.

True for finding the cosmic consciousness but not true in communicating with my wife. That confirmation would clinch it in my mind but if others are not convinced by it there in nothing I can do.

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« Reply #256 on: November 21, 2013, 05:48:02 PM »
It will probably be neural science that will perfect lie detection. It all begins in the brain.
Even so it will still only prove you believe you are telling the truth, in other words, you believe your memory of an event is true. It is still not evidence for the actual claimed event.

True for finding the cosmic consciousness but not true in communicating with my wife. That confirmation would clinch it in my mind but if others are not convinced by it there in nothing I can do.

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If you firmly believe something (because it really happened, or because you are crazy, or because someone you really trust says it happened, or whatever reason) any brain test, no matter how sophisticated,  will show that you think it is true. A lie detector won't help if the person does not know they are "lying". That is why lie detectors don't work on sociopaths and con artists. They are so convinced of their own reality that they are not actually lying.

As for you and your wife, there are cases of shared delusions. You can find accounts of groups of people saying they saw an alien spaceship, or bigfoot or the Virgen de la Guadeloupe, or a unicorn. Does not mean that those things really exist. Just means people brains can work in tandem to produce false positives.
Extraordinary claims of the bible don't even have ordinary evidence.

Kids aren't paying attention most of the time in science classes so it seems silly to get worked up over ID being taught in schools.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #257 on: November 22, 2013, 03:04:46 AM »
True for finding the cosmic consciousness but not true in communicating with my wife. That confirmation would clinch it in my mind but if others are not convinced by it there in nothing I can do.

There is plenty you can do. If you are convinced that you can communicate telepathically with your wife, then what are you doing just sat there doing nothing about it? If it was me, I'd be hauling myself and my wife down to the nearest university, putting my money where my mouth is and volunteering to become a guinea pig. I could change the world and make one of the biggest discoveries ever. I'd be rich! I'd be famous! But no, you're sat around resting on your laurels. I don't believe you're as convinced as you say you are.

This reminds me of mediums (the ones who are deluded themselves and not the con-artists) who are convinced they can talk to dead people, but do the vast majority of them put themselves forward for testing? - Nope. Why? - Because they know they'll fail. Of course that is not their fault, but the test conditions.[1]
 1. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-20145664
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« Reply #258 on: November 22, 2013, 11:32:50 AM »
^^^^What happened in that simple controlled experiment is what always happens. The psychic energy fails to manifest.

And it is always the fault of the scientists, who are so biased and closed-minded that their  skeptical energy blocks that psychic energy of the mediums. "There are skeptics and unbelievers present! My powers will not work. Darn." 

There is a video online of Johnny Carson[1] taking apart a famous psychic on his show. It it quite amazing how a few simple rules made it impossible for the psychic to perform.

The scientists 1)organized this test and 2)invited the mediums to participate and 3)arranged for a group of volunteers and 4)gave the mediums a chance to show their stuff. Really closed-minded, that.

If only the people who believe in this stuff were willing to be as "closed-minded" as the scientists-- who are willing to take the psychic claims seriously enough to examine them for real.
 1. who was trained as a stage magician and who knew all the slight of hand tricks that some psychics employ
Extraordinary claims of the bible don't even have ordinary evidence.

Kids aren't paying attention most of the time in science classes so it seems silly to get worked up over ID being taught in schools.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #259 on: November 22, 2013, 12:26:17 PM »
True for finding the cosmic consciousness but not true in communicating with my wife. That confirmation would clinch it in my mind but if others are not convinced by it there in nothing I can do.

There is plenty you can do. If you are convinced that you can communicate telepathically with your wife, then what are you doing just sat there doing nothing about it? If it was me, I'd be hauling myself and my wife down to the nearest university, putting my money where my mouth is and volunteering to become a guinea pig. I could change the world and make one of the biggest discoveries ever. I'd be rich! I'd be famous! But no, you're sat around resting on your laurels. I don't believe you're as convinced as you say you are.

This reminds me of mediums (the ones who are deluded themselves and not the con-artists) who are convinced they can talk to dead people, but do the vast majority of them put themselves forward for testing? - Nope. Why? - Because they know they'll fail. Of course that is not their fault, but the test conditions.[1]
 1. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-20145664

I have contacted researchers and given my story. No takers yet.

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Re: Does God get a fail in the love category?
« Reply #260 on: November 22, 2013, 02:07:27 PM »
I have contacted researchers and given my story. No takers yet.

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