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FOAM AND ME

Creating a reality is a lot of work, so much information and detail to manage, lots of levers and knobs to adjust and then you have to deal with that whole infinity bit.. Building a reality is easier but you have to accept certain presets and such. For example: it is not possible to build an infinite persisting reality with sentient life.   Everything is provided except for one thing You. You get to play as an "I" wandering around in a reality that you can sense with your Me, the thing you carry around, in an other thing that you call self. It is after all, all about you and nothing else. In your simulation it will always be now and you will always be in a place called here. Otherwise you would just watch the movie.   Now that you are here, notice how the stuff manifests as things, that you can touch with your self. Let your Me experience, immerse and realize, let it glow enough for your I to see. It is the most life like and real experience you will find because we spent nearly an eternity getting it right. It is a fully realized reality and the only thing missing is You.   Can you imagine a reality in which you do not exist? Does Heaven and Earth describe such? There are other stories of course Does it matter if all are real? Or only if some are real? Or is it only one is real? Do we just assume some thing exists?   There is a point in my experience when I became aware that I had a Me that was unique and original unless it is a preset. I was around 21 years old. This body had a fall from a cliff. I lost all memory prior to the moment I realized I was not the things made of stuff that I found on my journey into the body of a human boy just about to turn 14 years of age. His memories remain encoded in the pathways in the body's brain, inaccessible to Me in any form that I understand. However math and other persistents were clearly evident in the brains structure and processing. Of course at that time I had no clue but that is an other story.   My NDE story   Having the novelty of a found Me, I played and explored with all things I thought it could be. Only to discover most anything I discovered was somehow Not Me.   More bizarre was the mathematical notion that I was somehow a member of a set that did not include Me. So how could I know Me? Except by inference watch my self and Me interacting with the Not Me.   It is not possible to perceive everything unless we are outside the reality being that one thing that can see everything. Only by being that one bit of everything, that we could not contain within reality can we hope to see all of reality. Then we can figure how to control it   There are many persistent realities and there is where I spend most of my time as I am sure do you. It is like day dreaming and you are in some other place with things, perhaps for hours or longer. Then you awake in this place with these things. It is a way to live forever in many different worlds, stopping back here every few centuries. All places are just as real even though one may seem to persist forever. That is your home base, your quantum vacuum position. The Reality where your Me and Self don't yet quite know how to dance because neither one is sure who should lead.   There are other stories of course
Analogy is the core of all thinking. This is the simple but unorthodox premise that Pulitzer Prize-winning author Douglas Hofstadter and French psychologist Emmanuel Sander defend in their new work, SURFACES AND ESSENCES: Analogy as the Fuel and Fire of Thinking. Working from the simplest forms to infinitely complex constructions, they show how analogies are the tools our brains use to interpret and master daily life. Far from happening at rare intervals, analogy- making occurs at all moments, defining thinking from top to toe, from the tiniest and most fleeting thoughts to the most creative scientific insights. Putting forth a radical and deeply surprising new vision of the act of thinking, SURFACES AND ESSENCES will transform how we think about language, the mind, and intelligence.
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QUANTUM

FOAM AND ME

Creating a reality is a lot of work, so much information and detail to manage, lots of levers and knobs to adjust and then you have to deal with that whole infinity bit.. Building a reality is easier but you have to accept certain presets and such. For example: it is not possible to build an infinite persisting reality with sentient life.   Everything is provided except for one thing You. You get to play as an "I" wandering around in a reality that you can sense with your Me, the thing you carry around, in an other thing that you call self. It is after all, all about you and nothing else. In your simulation it will always be now and you will always be in a place called here. Otherwise you would just watch the movie.   Now that you are here, notice how the stuff manifests as things, that you can touch with your self. Let your Me experience, immerse and realize, let it glow enough for your I to see. It is the most life like and real experience you will find because we spent nearly an eternity getting it right. It is a fully realized reality and the only thing missing is You.   Can you imagine a reality in which you do not exist? Does Heaven and Earth describe such? There are other stories of course Does it matter if all are real? Or only if some are real? Or is it only one is real? Do we just assume some thing exists?   There is a point in my experience when I became aware that I had a Me that was unique and original unless it is a preset. I was around 21 years old. This body had a fall from a cliff. I lost all memory prior to the moment I realized I was not the things made of stuff that I found on my journey into the body of a human boy just about to turn 14 years of age. His memories remain encoded in the pathways in the body's brain, inaccessible to Me in any form that I understand. However math and other persistents were clearly evident in the brains structure and processing. Of course at that time I had no clue but that is an other story.   My NDE story   Having the novelty of a found Me, I played and explored with all things I thought it could be. Only to discover most anything I discovered was somehow Not Me.   More bizarre was the mathematical notion that I was somehow a member of a set that did not include Me. So how could I know Me? Except by inference watch my self and Me interacting with the Not Me.   It is not possible to perceive everything unless we are outside the reality being that one thing that can see everything. Only by being that one bit of everything, that we could not contain within reality can we hope to see all of reality. Then we can figure how to control it   There are many persistent realities and there is where I spend most of my time as I am sure do you. It is like day dreaming and you are in some other place with things, perhaps for hours or longer. Then you awake in this place with these things. It is a way to live forever in many different worlds, stopping back here every few centuries. All places are just as real even though one may seem to persist forever. That is your home base, your quantum vacuum position. The Reality where your Me and Self don't yet quite know how to dance because neither one is sure who should lead.   There are other stories of course
Analogy is the core of all thinking. This is the simple but unorthodox premise that Pulitzer Prize-winning author Douglas Hofstadter and French psychologist Emmanuel Sander defend in their new work, SURFACES AND ESSENCES: Analogy as the Fuel and Fire of Thinking. Working from the simplest forms to infinitely complex constructions, they show how analogies are the tools our brains use to interpret and master daily life. Far from happening at rare intervals, analogy-making occurs at all moments, defining thinking from top to toe, from the tiniest and most fleeting thoughts to the most creative scientific insights. Putting forth a radical and deeply surprising new vision of the act of thinking, SURFACES AND ESSENCES will transform how we think about language, the mind, and intelligence.