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Ravening

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Re: my thoughts on a TOE (theory of everything)
« Reply #15 on: January 01, 2011, 05:32:09 am »
Physical reality is abstract reality.  There can be only one.
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Re: my thoughts on a TOE (theory of everything)
« Reply #16 on: January 01, 2011, 05:45:18 am »
Physical reality is abstract reality.  There can be only one.


That statement is a very simple TOE that will not continue the destruction of nature with technology.

There is a true natural technology that many humans have missed out on. In their zeal to transform the natural world into a Frankensteinian creation of theor own greed, time is getting short and Mother Nature will show no mercy...

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Re: my thoughts on a TOE (theory of everything)
« Reply #17 on: January 01, 2011, 05:50:51 am »
Physical reality is abstract reality.  There can be only one.


That statement is a very simple TOE that will not continue the destruction of nature with technology.
The destruction of nature is not possible.

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There is a true natural technology that many humans have missed out on. In their zeal to transform the natural world into a Frankensteinian creation of theor own greed, time is getting short and Mother Nature will show no mercy...
Nope.  No mercy.  and no mercy do they deserve.


"The Tao that can be described is not the ultimate Tao"

Interesting. I wonder if it's so.  Whether or not the ultimate Tao can be described has been the object of all my research-related thinking for a while now.  I finally made a breakthrough this year on the problem.  I still have to manipulate what I think on it and massage the document about it.  At least I can say that I'm not trying to describe the Tao.  I'm trying to describe a description of the Tao.  The reduced product of all structures is my candidate for my description for a description of the Tao.

Perhaps Lao Tzu already put in his two cents regarding this kind of TOE.
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