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7 minutes ago, tr8er said:

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Cuz insomnia

 

Physics grapples with the confounding variable of the very human subjectivity being described here. Interestingly enough, objective science and theoretical physics turned to philosophy in an effort to manage the phenomenological intellectual and sensory limitations of human perception by using emergence theory. Naturally philosophy being purely based on human perception, it's validity hinges on "managing" this massive confounding variable. A good part of the 19th century, philosophy made herculean efforts to wrap up the loose ends in human perception's ability to define esoteric concepts like consciousness and reality. 

 

The word “emergence” comes from the Latin verb emergo meaning to arise, or to come forth. First coined by G. H. Lewes in Problems of Life and Mind (1875) when making a distinction between emergent and resultant effects. Effects are resultant when their causes operating on a subject can be calculated such as the density of a material can be calculated by gravity acting on it. When effects are qualitatively novel compared to the causes from which they emerge, they are considered emergent. So where does the foundation of objective science stand when our perception is the cause of an emergent effect upon what we examine? Not just that, but the phenomenological nature of our ever expanding collective construct of knowledge and technology is an emergent effect acting on our abilities of perception. 

 

 

 

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What about senor El Cassette?

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My % success at not getting things across 44 earth years is high so very likely yes. 

 

 

LOL!  ? 

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3 hours ago, thisismatt said:

I'm not sure you guys got it...

Around 1/3 never do

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For the record, The Edison Speaking Phonograph Company was established on January 24, 1878 so a person born in 78 would be 20 when 120 cylinders became 78 disks.

 

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3 hours ago, paradime said:

 

 

For the record, The Edison Speaking Phonograph Company was established on January 24, 1878 so a person born in 78 would be 20 when 120 cylinders became 78 disks.

 

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Chief's reply "How?"  

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8 hours ago, VFR800 said:

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Me and my Oleo.

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29 minutes ago, VFR800 said:

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                    Just like a lot of other "Exes".

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2 hours ago, bananahamuck said:

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Why is this not in Hot Wheel Thread damn it?

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4 hours ago, ratpatrol66 said:

Why is this not in Hot Wheel Thread damn it?

 

Because it is funny

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No.... Chick with dick is funny

 

She%E2%80%99s-definitely-wearing-pants..

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3 hours ago, datzenmike said:

No.... Chick with dick is funny

 

She%E2%80%99s-definitely-wearing-pants..

I am not a fan of chicks with hairy wrists. Camera and timing is everything.

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