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We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« on: August 14, 2010, 07:57:20 pm »
It's a monstrous theory, so I had to post it here...

Realcit is an endoskeletal human with bicameral brain design. Realcit is a recent
evolution of human being in the universe. Most human beings in the universe are
Realcits. Realcits dominate the universe.

Realcits have complete control over their physical bodies to enable their existence in
the widest variety of conditions; however, they prefer planets with warm surface
water and atmospheric oxygen and a level of gravity that accommodates
endoskeleton human mammalian bodies five to seven feet tall, because in those
conditions those bodies are programmed for bliss.

Realcit evolves and then advances through technology quickly to achieve biological
immortality and everlasting life.

Realcit evolved with a bicameral brain, to accelerate the mission of the universe.
Realcit’s bicameral brain starts working one side at a time in stages: one side first,
then the second side individually with the first side, then the sides together
synergistically.

In the first stage of Realcit evolutions, only one side of the Realcit brain operates.
This side of the brain operates automatically so Realcit adapts to its physical
environment quickly. This provides a quicker, higher percentage survival of
Realcits as physical beings, compared to evolutions of the earlier human type: Hosts.
Initially, heartbeat and respiration rates, body temperatures, body functions, and
calibration of the senses, function automatically from the first side of the brain. At
this point in its evolution, no conscious thinking by Realcit is required. Actions
required for survival are signaled to Realcit by audio and visual hallucinations
produced in the same side of its brain.

On achievement of physical sustainability in its physical environment, the second
side of the Realcit brain begins to function. Realcit now thinks for itself in
consciousness, and for the first time in its evolution, realizes itself as a being.

Realcit employs its conscious thinking to take full advantage of the reality sensing
brain organ of its body, in its head. Realcit uses its brain to sense reality. Realcit
senses reality as information bits. The information bits are processed in the second
side of its brain, where the information bits sort into compartments and then
integrate to advance Realcit forward in the universe.

Brain compartments in Realcit work together in a process whereby the information
bits sensed are sorted like puzzle pieces in the brain. The brain integrates puzzle
pieces, to form puzzle pictures. Realcits call these puzzle pictures reality
integrations.

Information bits that do not comport somehow to the natural, physical reality of the
universe, dispose back to the first side of the brain where they are excreted
naturally as dreams when Realcit sleeps.

With its properly functioning brain,
Realcit remembers and makes sense of its dreams. Dreaming is the mental
mechanism Realcit uses to identify, recognize, and remember things sensed that did
not comport to reality. Realcits call these things unreality non-information.

Unreality non-information excreted from the Realcit brain as dreams, when Realcit
sleeps, does not again enter the Realcit brain. Realcit moves efficiently forward into
the reality of the universe of which it is a part; at the same time and increasingly,
Realcit avoids notions of unreality, as it learns quickly and completely to recognize
such notions are nothing. For Realcits, investing time and resources toward
nothing, is a waste of time and resources, which does not benefit the species.

Realcits’ sense of smell evolves to detect unreality non-information from other
beings, or external sources, to specifically protect the brain organ of its body from
ingesting unreality non-information. Additionally, advanced sense of taste detects
elements, compounds, or combinations of these, as good or not good for the body.
Realcits’ senses of smell and taste evolve further, performing as built-in chemical
analytical laboratories aboard their bodies, providing information bits directly to
their brains for qualitative and quantitative chemical analysis of their natural
environments and their bodies.

Realcits continue forward, employing disciplined effort and entelechy, to transform
reality integrations into technology that benefits the species biologically. At this
point in its evolution, entelechy is the most important survival tool for Realcit,
because for technological advances, the Realcit brain requires thinking about new
ideas. Realcit must employ entelechy to bring ideas into reality. Ideas brought into
reality through the process of entelechy must provide net positive values to Realcits.
Ideas brought into reality through the process of entelechy that cannot provide net
positive values to Realcits must be discarded as unreality non-information to
maintain the species’ congruity with reality. Ideas that cannot be grounded into
reality after employing entelechy are discarded from the brain consciously for
mental efficiency, or excreted from the brain as dreams. Using entelechy, Realcit
achieves biological immortality.

When the process of entelechy results in net value production every time: both sides
of the Realcit brain evolve to work together synergistically, multiplying brainpower
consciousness of Realcit exponentially. Realcit discovers the physics of
consciousness as a thing in the universe. Realcit achieves everlasting life.
Realcit achieves complete understanding and command of all physics, including the
physics of consciousness. Realcits create galaxies from which more Realcits evolve.

Realcits are competitive. A Realcit evolved from a planet in a galaxy can eventually
out achieve the Realcit that created that galaxy.

Realcit civilizations communicate by use of a universal computer system,
obsolescing conventional space travel and craft. Realcits retain spacecraft fleets for
military purposes and for special operations to move the mission of the universe
forward. Hosts operate these.

Realcits produce countless products that provide ultimate physical and mental
values to themselves and others.

Realcits allow their brains to function naturally. Realcits use their brains to sense
reality. Then Realcits use entelechy, hands, and tools to create it. Realcits prosper
endlessly. Realcits experience increasing happiness and love forever. Realcits enjoy
music, sex, and have a sense of humor.

(as previously posted, we Earth humans are Anticit)
“The cause for aging and death in human types must be using the brain in manners inconsistent with reality.  The reality of nature is whatever it is; perhaps believing it is something other than what it is, is deadly.”

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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2010, 08:32:48 pm »
And how did you figure all this out?    :?
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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2010, 04:53:24 am »
He didn't. He's trying to peddle a book he wrote. This post is also almost identical to one he made a long time ago. In fact, it's close enough that I'd call it a duplicate post.

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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2010, 06:32:46 am »
Ah. Well then... I am disatisfied.
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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #4 on: December 26, 2010, 09:10:38 am »
How did I figure all this out?  Unholy Saint: Prehaps a better question is where do ideas come from? 

That's where my mind's going for my next book; a new 1st person style, and about half as long as my first book.  Alien Witness is a good book; I think you'd enjoy reading it. 

Please be reminded that this is no place to peddle a book.  Writing and publishing are one thing; peddling is a full time pursuit, that for me, won't happen for years.  Because I have to complete the mission and projects paying me money now, writing is just a part-time thing - one book every three to four years...

The post here is about a theoretical human I call Realcit; The previous post was about one I call Anticit. 

The writngs about Reacit and Anticit taken together, pose a theory how physically identical human beings can be mortal or immortal. 

Go from questioning to dissatisfied so easily?  Hehe, it's just theory - and throughout history new theories upset and scare people; And, the thought we're all Anticit, hehe, seems monstrous to me!
“The cause for aging and death in human types must be using the brain in manners inconsistent with reality.  The reality of nature is whatever it is; perhaps believing it is something other than what it is, is deadly.”

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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #5 on: December 26, 2010, 02:34:58 pm »
The post here is about a theoretical human I call Realcit; The previous post was about one I call Anticit. 

If that were the case; then why are both posts nearly identical, in fact they're almost verbatim!?

This is a double post, plain and simple. You want to call your junk quackery "Science", go right ahead. I'm sure that between me, DV, and everyone else with a brain we'll be able to point out the fallacies.

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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #6 on: December 26, 2010, 02:43:22 pm »
I'm slightly confused - this is a concept for a fiction novel, right? I'm coming late to the party, but I understand you're a sci fi novelist?


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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #7 on: December 27, 2010, 04:42:14 pm »
Correct, Devious Viper, they're concepts for a fiction novel; or as I wrote in its intoduction a fantasy tale.

I don't call myself a novelist, though I'll accept it as a complement.  Though the novel writing process included more work and things to learn about than I'd thought,  I'm glad I followed through and did it.  Whew!

I'm just a hazardous materials inspector and environmental crimes investigator that writes part-time.  Years from now when I retire, (that is if I survive my work) I plan to have some books written, and then, to call myself a novelist. 

Realcit, Anticit, and and 5 other Types take up the first thrid of the book; technical, wordy reading, but stuff that busts the main characters brain.  Rather than the usual hero, the main character turns out to be nothing more than a pawn and patsy.  The middle part is analytical and easier to read; characters explore and talk about a variety of paranormal things.  In the end one's out to the edge of the galaxy with the reptillian, greys, giant humans, furbearing extraterestrials, some hybid things, and even other humans!

Very shallow plot arch and not about good guys vs. bad guys; but the editor did like part three of it anyways.  Hate to say it, but some called it educational.

As I said before, selling is a separate  full-time endeavor: At least then, I'll have something to do when I retire many years from now...
“The cause for aging and death in human types must be using the brain in manners inconsistent with reality.  The reality of nature is whatever it is; perhaps believing it is something other than what it is, is deadly.”

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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #8 on: December 27, 2010, 04:53:01 pm »
Even with this being a work of fiction, I don't understand some things:

"Realcit evolves and then advances through technology quickly to achieve biological
immortality and everlasting life.
Realcits are competitive.
Realcits prosper
endlessly. Realcits experience increasing happiness and love forever.
 Realcits retain spacecraft fleets for
military purposes "

Where is the bliss and happiness if one needs military force? Competitive behavior does not sound blissful, just the opposite. If a race has immortality where is the happiness? Another post talked of boredom with everlasting life.

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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #9 on: December 27, 2010, 06:22:24 pm »
Ok, why do you assume bliss and happiness exclude military and immortality?

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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #10 on: December 28, 2010, 11:23:30 pm »
Human Beings exist throughout the universe.  Human Beings live on planets in galaxies throughout the universe.  The majority of human civilizations in the universe know everlasting life, and not ageing and death.  Earth’s civilization is not included in that majority.

Those humans of the majority, regardless of species, are the extraterrestrials.  They’ve visited earth for 1000’s of years, making conscious contact with very few people here. 
The reason for this is something discussed little, in fact; I haven’t seen any discussion of it at all: how our earthly minds are different than theirs.  They’re only interested in us physically, because our minds don’t evolve and sense reality as do theirs.
 
The notion that extraterrestrial civilizations must be magnitudes of years older than ours to have far more advanced technology and minds than ours need not be true.  Rather, it has to do with the way they evolve and mentally integrate with reality, to know the reality of the physical universe that exists, about which we don’t know.
 
They’re efficient and business-like in meeting both their own and their customers’ needs.  They’re not confused or curious about us, and know it’s inefficient for them to try to change the problem that troubles our minds.  Governments and leaders of authoritarian schemes are no different to them than any other persons on earth.

 :-D :-) :-o 8-) :wink:




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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #11 on: December 29, 2010, 12:59:31 pm »
Looks like it, yeah.

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Re: We're not Realcit, but most human life in the universe is.
« Reply #12 on: December 29, 2010, 09:45:30 pm »
Ok, why do you assume bliss and happiness exclude military and immortality?

I was only commenting that certain words, and phrases in this piece was contradictory. "programmed for bliss" sounds that we are talking about
computerized robots. They have feelings about love and happiness? They obtain everlasting life but need military craft. I just don't see the connection.

 

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