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  1. computerhxr

    Type Switching

    I'm an ENTP now. Oh man... The more that I think about this stuff, the less I understand... lol So, if the order is what determines the difference between two different types for example, then if one becomes a dominant function you switch type. Correct? My understanding is that the brain...
  2. computerhxr

    Type Switching

    Ugh... I meant to write ENTJ instead of ENTP, and Resistance instead of Resistence. Fail! lol
  3. computerhxr

    Type Switching

    I remember many of the posts on type switching, or being E/I ambivert, stuff like that. I think that it's possible to switch types, and don't see any reason that you can't re-wire a dominant function. When I was maybe 10 years old, a friend of mine told me that you could change the color of...
  4. computerhxr

    Type Switching

    Do you think it is possible to switch types over time? I can only speak from my own experience and understanding. I don't think of personality as fixed. I see it more as a set of rules or core principles that shape your personality and how you interact with the outside world. As I've...
  5. computerhxr

    SMDH: The Thread

    Mandela Effect.
  6. computerhxr

    SMDH: The Thread

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  7. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    Secret societies have been covering up the truth about Cat Earth. There is so much to discover. It is genius, it makes so much sense!
  8. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    I'm totally on board with Cat Earth. Probably why they worshipped cats in ancient Egypt. You learn something new every day. In the beginning God created the heaven and the cat. And the cat was bored, so the cat knocked a glass of water off of the table, forming the sea. And God said, let...
  9. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    That was me, because I think it has everything to do with the number 3. Ugh... How about nothing has any significance or meaning? Proximity, in my opinion is what determines significance. How would you define significance?
  10. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    @Pizzabeak You're funny. I was replying to RB, and not debating you. You and Animekitty actually make a lot of sense. I agree with you on the orbits being more chaotic. My point was that we make estimations based on observations over a relatively short period of time. We have a greater...
  11. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    You really like to get hung up on one thing while ignoring everything else. I said space debris, not space dust. You are making assumptions based on observations and data from a relatively short period of time. I am talking about in the very early stages of its birth, some 4.5 billion years...
  12. computerhxr

    Online vs irl identity? What is more “you”?

    That is true. Everyone else has problems, they drag you in, then when you've had enough it is like you're the asshole. Fuck it, they can learn to deal. I know a lot of people had enough and flipped. I went for 25 years tolllerating full grown adult children, and I gave my last fuck 3 years ago.
  13. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    Um... You don't get it. You're blinded by reality.
  14. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    Nope. I just made it up. I assume that over time it would accumulate space debris and grow in size. Billions of years, that would add up. Yes, the distance from Earth would expand or contract. Earth, Moon, Sun, the 3 largest objects relative to our existence on this planet. They affect...
  15. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    Scientist: If there is no evidence that Aliens exist, then they don't exist. But the universe is vast, and there is plenty of evidence of their existence. Scientist: Nope, science is undeniable proof that my beliefs are valid, and yours are not. But... Aliens... Scientist: Extraordinary...
  16. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    Are you drunk? You swerved off the path and set a heading towards the Sun. Now I know who to blame for global warming.
  17. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    I think it is a good thing that people subscribe to the scientific doctrines. If they found of that Earth was a vehicle, and they were just passengers, then who do you think is in the drivers seat? Can't steer a ship if you don't acknowledge or understand how it works.
  18. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    Well, the Moon could have been twice the size, or half the size. The size of the moon was smaller in the past too. It is not that significance needs to be assumed, it is that it shouldn't be assumed to have no significance. The distance between Earth and the Moon may shift to maintain its...
  19. computerhxr

    Online vs irl identity? What is more “you”?

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  20. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    Well, people don't seem to get it. If it isn't complex, then why do so many people struggle with it? Even most Flat Earthers don't seem to understand. It is difficult to know for sure. Most of them sound like they did too many drugs and have paranoid delusions. The rest just seem like they...
  21. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    Yea, I'm speaking about literal and metaphorical Flat Earth. My general point is that the laws of nature reduce down to 3's. Every force is balanced by an equal and opposite force (duality). Inherently, the synthesis of opposites produce a third. Therefore singularity can't exist without...
  22. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    I am a Flat Earther. It's really advanced and not really worth trying to explain. Metaphorically speaking, I'm saying to go out and ground yourself. Leave your phone behind and go on a hike. I call it Flat Earthing. Because your mind is in space, or some mathematical dimension to see the...
  23. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    Dialectic. Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis. The Universe is a dialectical paradox, continually synthesising new reality. A dialectic is made up of a singular thesis, a duality of opposites, and a trinity from the synthesis of the two. Take the Democratic and Republican parties for example...
  24. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    "Every form of electromagnetic radiation, including visible light, oscillates in a periodic fashion with peaks and valleys, and displaying a characteristic amplitude, wavelength, and frequency that defines the direction, energy, and intensity of the radiation." "The energy of a wave is...
  25. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    Neptune is a water deity. The trident is held by the god of the sea. My previous post about all energy breaking down into 3 fundamental parts; I was talking about the nature of waves. "There are three measurable properties of wave motion: amplitude, wavelength, and frequency." Quantum...
  26. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    Ψ is the symbol used for psychology. 3 pronged trident thingy. I agree with @CatGoddess about government. I think of governments and corporations as living bodies. The U.S. Government is a guide for how you should operate your home, business, and temple.
  27. computerhxr

    Online vs irl identity? What is more “you”?

    Either way, you get a mask or a mirror.
  28. computerhxr

    Why Three?

    All numbers serve to represent patterns. Large numbers like 472957301 just don't happen as often as smaller numbers like 0-9. 3's make particularly interesting patterns. All energy breaks down to 3 fundamental parts, and everything is made up of energy. Since 3's are so fundamental to nature...
  29. computerhxr

    Who not to listen to

    I have a rule never to listen to - People who have valid points. - People with brilliant ideas. - People who are successful. - God. - My own intuition. - And especially people who can spell and have good grammar. They're the worst.
  30. computerhxr

    Hello World.

    Mind === Blown!
  31. computerhxr

    Intro Message

    No worries, people get all butthurt when you dissagree with them, or push your around so they don't have to be the ones with the disorder. I can relate, and honestly I've found it's best to just give your last fuck, and just be your self. Then just focus on the people who like you and treat...
  32. computerhxr

    Hello World.

    Thanks, you too!
  33. computerhxr

    Why I like INTP as an INTJ

    I was saying goodbye to an old version of myself, and past model of belief.
  34. computerhxr

    Why I like INTP as an INTJ

    That is a good question.
  35. computerhxr

    Hello World.

    Systems upgrade complete. The shift happens and the old model no longer serves its purpose. A massive upgrade is necessary, disrupting beliefs of the past. I went back and read some of my past thoughts in contrast with several projected futures, and it was revealing. I appreciate an open...
  36. computerhxr

    Religion and Irony

    That would be Autism. Dissonance is disease, which is evil.
  37. computerhxr

    Why I like INTP as an INTJ

    I wish that there were more people who appreciate honesty. That's a good point, they are complimentary personality stacks. Ideally, an INTJ is most effective when the INTP does what they do best, because it's sand in the gears of an INTJ. They act as checks and balances to eachother.
  38. computerhxr

    Chicken or the Egg

    The question presupposes one came before the other, the idea of oneness, the idea that two can be the same, other states of existence, what a chicken is, and that the question has an answer. We also must also address the question of conception. When does an egg start; when it is formed, when...
  39. computerhxr

    Why I like INTP as an INTJ

    Why I like INTP as an INTJ INTP are enigmatic pieces to a puzzle for the INTJ. Together, they bring to light a brilliant Masterpiece as their legacy for future generations. I am grateful for their strength to assert elaborately detailed, well-thought-out, facts about the true nature of...
  40. computerhxr

    Not wanting to win/be successful

    Who are you referring to? My point was that waste and conservation is a scale, with both sides generating forms of waste. Waste is a product of change, and sometimes regulation creates more waste then it reduces. Waste management is fascinating and sometimes complex puzzle. Hippies have...
  41. computerhxr

    Not wanting to win/be successful

    @Niclmaki So it's nepotism rather than authority. That is never ideal. I was always the dumb kid in the group, so my friends always seemed like the elitists. They would talk down to me a lot, ignore me, then assert that their opinions were fact. I believed them instead of trusting my...
  42. computerhxr

    Source Monitoring

    Is it possible that Freud's theory of the libido being the driving force of behavior, has any significance? Maybe when you lack motives, you are in a heightened state of awareness, allowing one to be fully receptive to the energies of the subject. The strength of the bond lending more weight...
  43. computerhxr

    Not wanting to win/be successful

    That is a bleak look at serving on the council. I imagine council as wise elders whom you go to for advice. Do you live on a reservation? What is the traditional way of choosing Chiefs? What are qualities of a good Chief? Do you have your own philosophy, about how things should be? What...
  44. computerhxr

    Source Monitoring

    Having been through the experience outlined in the book, and having an (undiagnosed) schizophrenia, I can give you my perspective. What you describe as "source monitoring" is getting in touch with your inner beast. Human nature and culture are in conflict. The higher levels of consciousness...
  45. computerhxr

    Not wanting to win/be successful

    Do you have a Native American philosophy? You mention Elitism, and not wanting your bosses position. How do these relate to your philosophy? Another question that comes to mind is, do you see a difference between Elitism and being Elite? Can you be a humble, elite, wise, Chieftain leader?
  46. computerhxr

    On why we work and the nature of reality

    I can give my definition of information in context of the Universe. The following are my opinions... All is information. The placement, trajectory, size, form, and every relative measure. Every possible manifestation, and every space between. Entropy is a result of stasis in an isolated...
  47. computerhxr

    On why we work and the nature of reality

    What you are talking about reminds me of the book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. "The earth on which you live, you, yourself, and every other material thing are the result of evolutionary change, through which microscopic bits of matter have been organized and arranged in an orderly...
  48. computerhxr

    Plato's Cave

    @QuickTwist Well then, we have a difference of opinion. I don't see beliefs as contained to the human unit, and people are capable of actions that are out of alignment with their models of belief. Infections and viruses can penetrate your nervous system, affecting how one acts. I do believe...
  49. computerhxr

    Plato's Cave

    I'm trying to figure out what you think a belief is. Can you explain what beliefs are? From what I understand, you think that beliefs are a human context, and people can only act on what they believe. If they do something that is not in alignment of what they think they believe, it is because...
  50. computerhxr

    Plato's Cave

    Do plants, cells, atoms, planets, electrons, etc... have beliefs? Is everything just a meta belief system? If so, then where do you draw the lines between one's own beliefs and the beliefs of the organisms that act as a conduit for the overall belief system? What if there's a conflict in...
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