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Title:   The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema
Author:   Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.
Publisher:   Narcissus Publications
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Non Fiction, Education, Morals
Collections:   Philosophy
Book Id:   WPLBN0001235285
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.... This is a tangible and olfactory phantasm masterfully created by the Matrix. Its computing power is mind boggling. It generates the minutest deta... ...ne itself, though abstract, has many "real world" features. It is a blueprint for a computing device with one "ideal" exception: its unbounded memor... ...ing functions (determining the truth value of propositions). If the transition from input to output is deterministic we have a classical automaton –... ...re aided by other kinds of instruments that we have a problem. If we use measuring devices to determine the values of a function it does not seem t... ...It is a detailed, psychic, rendition of our corporeal self, based on sensa (sensory input) and above all on proprioception and other kinesthetic sen... ...how to place visuals in context, how to hear, how to collate and correlate sensory input and so on. Yet, these commands should not be confused with... .... They form intentions and act directionally to achieve their goals. These literary devices pose two related problems: (a) we cannot be sure that th... ...impler than the natural species that they are challenging. In many respects, these devices are not intelligent. Conflating the natural with the com...
 
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Title:   Capitalistic Musings
Author:   Sam Vaknin
Publisher:   Narcissus Publications Imprint
Language:   English
Date:   2003
Subjects:   Non Fiction, Education, Economics
Collections:   Mathematics
Book Id:   WPLBN0001235223
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...ding which engenders the very evil it was meant to fend off. Ideas and knowledge - inputs as important as land and water - are not subject to scarc... ...e this "downward stickiness" in present-day inflation measures. The methodology of computing inflation obscures many of the "quantum effects" in th... ... under the same corporate umbrella. Most firms act as intermediaries. They consume inputs, process them, and sell them as inputs to other firms. Th... ...d to sell on a final market. The upstream firms specialize in the production of one input specifically designed for the production of one brand, but... ...rise to all forms of advances - from math-rich derivatives contracts to distributed computing. These, in turn, drive software companies, creators of... ...ion technology has matured - but new S-curves are nascent: nanotechnology, quantum computing, proteomics, neuro- silicates, and machine intelligence... ...obstruction. The process of transition informed us that markets, left to their own devices, unregulated and unharnessed, yield market failures, ano... ...can rarely capture by putting pen to paper (yes, I blush in admitting to such retro devices...;o((( Mankind is coming back a full circle - from ide... ...re aided by other kinds of instruments that we have a problem. If we use measuring devices to determine the values of a function it does not seem t...
 
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Title:   Analysis of Social Aspects of Migrant Labourers Living with Hiv/Aids Using Fuzzy Theory and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps
Author:   W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache
Publisher:   Xiquan Publishing House
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Non Fiction, General Works (Periodicals, Series, idexes, Almanacs, etc.), Smarandache Collections
Collections:   Science
Book Id:   WPLBN0002097104
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...correctly from past experience to future events. Neural networks or neuro-computing or brain like computation is based on the wistful hope that we c... ...human brain by artificial brains. Neural networks consists of many simple computing elements generally simple non linear summing junctions connected... ... of biological neurons and arranged in networks for a specific purpose of computing logic functions. The problems where artificial neural networks h... ...l respond correctly to stimuli when neural networks operate similar 98 inputs naturally produce similar outputs. Most real world perceptual probl... ...milar outputs. Most real world perceptual problems have this structure of input-output continuity. The prototype model provides a model for human ca... ...rules. Neurons behave like functions, neurons transduce an 99 unbounded input activation x(t) at time t into a bounded output signal S(x(t)) i.e. ... ...ation, New Delhi (1999). 35. Guest, C. C., and Tekolste, R., “Designs and Devices for Optical Bidirectional Associative Memories,” Applied Optics, ...
 
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Title:   Introduction to Neutrosophic Logic
Author:   Charles Ashbacher
Publisher:   American Research Press
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Non Fiction, Philosophy, Smarandache Collections
Collections:   Philosophy
Book Id:   WPLBN0002097090
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... E 1 is false. The behavior of the conditional or and and evaluations in computing is summarized in table 11. Table 11 p q p && q p || q ... ...tems, expert systems, inference engines and artificial intelligence. Many devices, such as automobiles, appliances, elevators, trains and toys conta... ...h as automobiles, appliances, elevators, trains and toys contain embedded devices that apply the properties of fuzzy logic to define their rules of ... ...*/ if((invalue<0.0) || (invalue>1.0)) { System.out.println("The input value is not within the valid range"); value=0.0f; } else ... ...*/ if((invalue<0.0) || (invalue>1.0)) { System.out.println("The input value is not within the valid range"); return; } value=inva... ... 3 Also called Smarandache Logic in the Dictionary of Computing, by Dennis Howe, England. 55 Remarks: In this book we stu... ...alue; falsevalue=fvalue; } else { System.out.println("The inputs do not satisfy the criteria that they sum to 1.0"); System.out.p...
 
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Title:   The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It
Author:   Jonathan Zittrain
Publisher:   Yale University Press
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Non Fiction, Education, Internet
Collections:   Education
Book Id:   WPLBN0001235244
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...ers of PCs are not their owners. The owners’ interests in maintaining stable computing environments are naturally aligned with technologies that tame ... ...at people’s experiences with the Internet are shaped at least as much by the devices they use to access it. As Internet-aware devices proliferate, que... ...oday they are back. The early models of commercial (as compared to academic) computing assumed that the vendor of the machinery would provide most or ... ...th retained the idea of renting rather than selling, controlling the ongoing computing processes of his clients in order to ensure a desirable out- co... .... His clients did not want to be burdened with learning how to operate these devices themselves. Instead, they wanted exactly one vendor to summon if ... ...cific purposes. Before unbundling, mainstream customers encountered computing devices in one of two ways. First, there was the large-scale Hollerith mo... ...ly capture its meaning, and they sometimes obscure it. Generativity pairs an input consisting of unfiltered contributions from di- verse people and gro... ... not be working in concert, with the output of unanticipated change. For the inputs, how much the system facili- tates audience contribution is a func... ...new things that improve people’s lives. The second good is its participatory input, based on a belief that a life well lived is one in which there is ...
 
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Title:   Cyclopedia of Economics
Author:   Sam Vaknin
Publisher:   Narcissus Publications Imprint
Language:   English
Date:   2007
Subjects:   Non Fiction, Education, Economics
Collections:   Mathematics
Book Id:   WPLBN0001235224
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...anism – Humans limit their own propagation, using "rational", cognitive arguments, devices, and procedures: abortion, birth control, the pill. Thus... ... be further enhanced should organic or quantum computers transpire. At the dawn of computing, software applications were authored serially, in mach... ...o insulated from data (i.e., from amino acids and other life substances). In early computing, databases were handled on a "listing" basis ("flat fi... ...de through yet another window. The comparison with a computer is evident. There is input, a processing unit and output. What Searle tried to demons... ...rstands (or, for that matter, performs any other cognitive or mental function) the input or the output (both in Chinese). Searle generalized and st... ... was present in the book of instructions and it was present in the selection of the input of Chinese messages and it was present when the results we... ...cause it is too low), nor their entry (because it is too high). Left to their own devices, firms tend to liquidate competitors (predation), buy th... ...plistic view, indeed. Simple procedures (codes, programs), in nature as well as in computing, often yield the most complex results. Where does the ... ...ate with others (their biological original family included) via telecommunications devices and the internet. They will spend most of their time, wo...
 
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Title:   Cyclopedia of Philosophy
Author:   Sam Vaknin
Publisher:   Narcissus Publications Imprint
Language:   English
Date:   2007
Subjects:   Non Fiction, Religion, Philosophy
Collections:   Philosophy
Book Id:   WPLBN0001235225
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...anism – Humans limit their own propagation, using "rational", cognitive arguments, devices, and procedures: abortion, birth control, the pill. Thus... ... be further enhanced should organic or quantum computers transpire. At the dawn of computing, software applications were authored serially, in mach... ...o insulated from data (i.e., from amino acids and other life substances). In early computing, databases were handled on a "listing" basis ("flat fi... ...de through yet another window. The comparison with a computer is evident. There is input, a processing unit and output. What Searle tried to demons... ...rstands (or, for that matter, performs any other cognitive or mental function) the input or the output (both in Chinese). Searle generalized and st... ... was present in the book of instructions and it was present in the selection of the input of Chinese messages and it was present when the results we... ...cause it is too low), nor their entry (because it is too high). Left to their own devices, firms tend to liquidate competitors (predation), buy th... ...plistic view, indeed. Simple procedures (codes, programs), in nature as well as in computing, often yield the most complex results. Where does the ... ...ate with others (their biological original family included) via telecommunications devices and the internet. They will spend most of their time, wo...
 
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Title:   A Unifying Field in Logics : Neutrosophic Logic. Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability
Author:   Florentin Smarandache
Publisher:   American Research Press
Language:   English
Date:   1999
Subjects:   Non Fiction, Philosophy, Art
Collections:   Philosophy
Book Id:   WPLBN0002097060
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... - super-poems; 6 - graphic poems; - upset-poems.] 3. “Dictionary of Computing”, by Denis Howe. A well-documented and large dictionary, dealing... ...ing with terms needed in Computer Science, The Free Online Dictionary of Computing, is edited by Denis Howe from England <dbh@doc.ic.ac.uk>. With h... ...ics. References: [1] Howe, Denis, editor, “The Free Online Dictionary of Computing”, http://foldoc.doc.ic.ac.uk/. [2] Le, Charles, “pARadOXisM – th... ...ed our senses: machines of making abstractions. Mechanical Philosophy? Devices of producing presuppositions on running belt (computer programming)... ... W. The grammar is conceived as a set of functions (formation rules) whose inputs are symbols strings and outputs “yes” or “no”. A formal system com... ...mathematics, or functional language to a sequence of modifications to the input data structure. Temporal Logic is an extension of Predicate Calculus...
 
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Title:   The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind
Author:   James Boyle
Publisher:   Caravan Books
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Non Fiction, Philosophy, Technology
Collections:   Education
Book Id:   WPLBN0001235260
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...- fuse monopolies of invention, are as fruitful as England in new and useful devices. 11 Jefferson’s message was a skeptical recognition that intellec... ...genius of authors might both require a certain level of freedom in knowledge inputs and a certain level of control over knowledge outputs. We see also... ...much we actually undermine creativity, since we are raising the price of the inputs for future creations—which might themselves be covered by intellec... ... information products; your information output is someone else’s information input. 24 These inputs may be snippets of code, discoveries, prior resear... ... cheap copying also allow for swift and encyclopedic search engines—the best devices ever invented for detecting illicit copying. What the Net takes a... ...amaxes fit nowhere in this plan; they were seen merely as copyright violation devices. Hollywood tried to have them taxed to pay for the losses that wo... ...uter, is never-ending. As I write these words, the battles are over “trusted computing” and “Net neutrality.” Trusted computing is a feature built int... ...n14. T ropical Disease Initiative, 201. T rosow, Samuel, xii, 250n5. trusted computing, 234. T uring machine, 162, 168–169, 171; and synthetic biology...
 
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Title:   Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies
Author:   Sam Vaknin
Publisher:   Narcissus Publications Imprint
Language:   English
Date:   2002
Subjects:   Non Fiction, Education, Technology
Collections:   Technology
Book Id:   WPLBN0001235240
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...nners), as hardware improves and becomes ubiquitous (within multi-purpose devices or as standalone higher quality units), as content becomes more at... ...t on a chip doubles every 18 months. As a result of this miniaturization, computing power quadruples every 18 months and an exponential series ensue... ...mputers to a network - we get an increase of N to the second power in its computing processing power. And these N computers are more powerful every ... ...ers are more powerful every year, according to Moore's Law. The growth of computing powers in networks is a multiple of the effects of the two laws.... ...al threat. They were fooled by the lack of convenient and cheap e-reading devices into believing that old habits die hard. They do - but magazine re... ...ding to the number of the library's patrons, or the number of its reading devices and terminals. Another possibility is to implement the shareware m... ... The handle is the clever numerical result of a mathematical formula whose input is the number of information bits in the original object being depos... ...hy. Each entry is written by an expert but is frequently revised based on input from members of the public. It combines the best elements of the Wik... ...y across the world and the results are shoddy and often cannot be used as input for OCR programs, to create a text file, for instance. In contrast, ...
 
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Title:   The Labor Divide
Author:   Sam Vaknin
Publisher:   Narcissus Publications Imprint
Language:   English
Date:   2003
Subjects:   Non Fiction, Social Sciences, Employment
Collections:   Education
Book Id:   WPLBN0001235236
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...ons Congress (TUC) now talks about a partnership with employers and labor-input in management decision making. German-style institutionalized consul... ...ovision of social protection. The delegates also demanded a labor-related input in all WTO deliberations. The landscape of labor unionism is subjec... ...tems, smart agents, software authoring applications, remotely manipulated devices, and the like. The need for labour inputs is not constant. It decre... ...ications, remotely manipulated devices, and the like. The need for labour inputs is not constant. It decreases as technological sophistication and p... ...stained by vast networks of telecommunications and transport. Advances in computing allow to incorporate skilled foreign workers in local economic a... ...s too low), nor their entry (because it is too high). Left to their own devices, firms tend to liquidate competitors (predation), buy them out or ... ...nd assaulted, sometimes physically. All these are common unionized labor devices - all illegal under current competition laws: 1. Agreements to fi...
 
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Title:   Proceedings of the First International Conference on Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Logic, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability and Statistics
Author:   Florentin Smarandache
Publisher:   Xiquan Publishing House
Language:   English
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Subjects:   Non Fiction, Education, Smarandache Collections
Collections:   Science
Book Id:   WPLBN0002097103
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...tkoetter, Joerg; David Beasley, David, The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to Evolutionary Computing, Encore, http://surf.de.uu.net/encore/, ftp://gnomics.udg.... ... Howe, Denis, Neutrosophic Logic (or Smarandache Logic), On-Line Dictionary of Computing, http://foldoc.doc.ic.ac.uk/foldoc/foldoc.cgi?Smarandache+lo... ...nts/S.htm. [19] Howe, Denis, Neutrosophic Probability, On-Line Dictionary of Computing, England, http://foldoc.doc.ic.ac.uk/foldoc/foldoc.cgi?neut... ...de range of domains (technical and medical diagnosis under unreliable measuring devices, information retrieval, integration of knowledge from heteroge... ...1 . The space B′ ′′′ contains minds that use brains understood as external devices to determine relationships between specific notions for conse... ...ation using Schumpeterian dynamics. Sengupta formulated a model for innovation input in the form of knowledge capitol, the stochastic process follow... ... Sengupta Sengupta 11,12 has given the mean the variance of the innovation input as follows: E(xt+1)= xt e bt-dt = e r1 xt , r1= bt-dt (2.1) ... ...er Neuron=4 Winner Neuron=4 Isodata cluster configuration 1 b(t) .03 .90 2 input 2 d(t) .01 .90 2 input 3 Growth 1 3 2 output 1 b(t) .03 .90 ...
 
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Title:   Information Technology Tales
Author:   Brad Bradford
Publisher:   Brad Bradford
Language:   English
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...t only a few have been specifically attributed to him. His discerning input of InfoTech history and skilled copyediting eventually led a request... ...rive; neurons, its circuits. Our mouths handle the output; our ears, the input. The operating system‘s software lets us build intricate, compreh... ... were among the early best sellers. Almanacs featured uniform tables for computing costs of goods and payments of wages as well as lists converting... ...and quit his Amherst library job to produce and market metric and library devices. Named chief librarian later at Columbia College, New York, he se... ...neteenth century did a host of inventors set in motion the development of devices using electrical power that belong in any listing of Information T... ...06–1919  Radio 1920s  Television 1930s (or sooner)  Punch cards to input and externally store data The final seeds of Cyberspace, however,... ...s, Bush focused on building an analog device he hoped would revolutionize computing. In a 1945 Atlantic Monthly article ―As We May Think,‖ he describ... ...e their Dartmouth College students with the skills needed to do their own computing. Using a Royal McBee LGP-30 computer, they managed to create ...
 
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Title:   Information Technology Tales
Author:   Brad Bradford
Publisher:   Brad Bradford
Language:   English
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...hat only a few have been specifically attributed to him. His discerning input of InfoTech history and skilled copyediting eventually led a request... ...rive; neurons, its circuits. Our mouths handle the output; our ears, the input. The operating system‘s software lets us build intricate, comprehen... ...re far less likely to be corrupted. Almanacs featured uniform tables for computing costs of goods and payments of wages as well as lists converting... ...and quit his Amherst library job to produce and market metric and library devices. Named chief librarian later at Columbia College, New York, he set... ...neteenth century did a host of inventors set in motion the development of devices using electrical power that belong in any listing of Information T... ...06–1919  Radio 1920s  Television 1930s (or sooner)  Punch cards to input and externally store data The final seeds of Cyberspace, however, ... ...s, Bush focused on building an analog device he hoped would revolutionize computing. In a 1945 Atlantic Monthly article ―As We May Think,‖ he describ... ...e their Dartmouth College students with the skills needed to do their own computing. Using a Royal McBee LGP-30 computer, they managed to create a ...
 
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Title:   Speculations and Physics
Author:   Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.
Publisher:   Narcissus Publications
Language:   English
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Book Id:   WPLBN0001235286
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...hanism Humans limit their own propagation, using "rational", cognitive arguments, devices, and procedures: abortion, birth control, the pill. Thus... ...plistic view, indeed. Simple procedures (codes, programs), in nature as well as in computing, often yield the most complex results. Where does the ... ...tion of rules, classification, and other human pursuits). This dependence on human input would explain the convergence of the behaviors of all comp... ...ing entities (i.e., the way they function), not only their physical parameters. The input, processing procedures, and output are all interdependent,... ...iagrams required to describe higher orders grows exponentially and demands awesome computing power. Not so in string theories. Holes and "handles... ... itself, though abstract, has many "real world" features. It is a blueprint for a computing device with one "ideal" exception: its unbounded memor... ...ng functions (determining the truth value of propositions). If the transition from input to output is deterministic we have a classical automaton ... ...re aided by other kinds of instruments that we have a problem. If we use measuring devices to determine the values of a function it does not seem t... ... the Universe, He has moved on, leaving the world and its inhabitants to their own devices. Perhaps He doesn't care about us because He cannot poss...
 
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Title:   Progress in Physics : The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Including Related Themes from Mathematics
Author:   Florentin Smarandache
Publisher:   Progress In Physics
Volume:  I
Language:   English
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002097118
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... N. and Nottale L. J. Phys. A: Math. Gen., v. 37, 2004, 931. 4. Nottale L. Computing Anticipatory Systems. CASYS’03 — Sixth International Conference, ... ...e an alternating signal frequency at a constant voltage was applied to the input of a resonance 1 3 1 2 √ 2−1 √ 5−1/2 2 1 0 50 100 150 1 xn−x n−1 2a 2... ...r having a frequency of 1 kHz and the quality Q= 17). The frequency at the input was varied within the interval 200–1000 Hz through steps of 25 Hz. Th... ...easurements of alpha-activity of samples 239 Pu. Experimental methods, the devices for alpha-radioactivity measurements of 239 Pu samples with collima...
 
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Title:   And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values
Author:   Lemuel Gulliver XVI
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...upt. (2) ―Every system, whether primitive or modern, seems to have input from pressure groups, often with great financial sources. Our democr... ...God to rule their societies. The unseen but assumed God may not have much input into economic issues, but can generally keep women in their place! I... ...erably because of new diagnostic tools, expensive drugs or life extending devices, the costs to the Medicare fund increases. Organ transplants, the c... ...be to develop more mechanical pickers, more robots and other labor saving devices. But figuring to costs to Californians, it would probably cost the... ... —―You have undoubtedly heard that many child molesters have to wear devices that tell where they are all the time. Now they are using these wi... ...ast month of life, and 50 percent in the last two months of life. ―Computing the likely cost savings from legalizing physician-assisted suic...
 
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Title:   The Path of Splitness
Author:   Indrek Pringi
Publisher:   Self Published
Language:   English
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...factor which controls our perception. If our subconscious is left to its own devices: whatever its makeup, it becomes the blueprint by which our con... ...reatures: they would be forced to stop using cars, trucks, trains, electronic devices, they would be forced to stop building dams and using electric... ...emotional energy: by disconnecting your body and your brain from any emotional input. You become an emotionally numb mental machine… vibrating fast... ... is so invisible that nobody notices it. We do not have scientific measuring devices to tell us if we have been polluted by the culture we live in. ... ...e old ones are lasting 20-30-40 years and running just fine thank you. Try computing how much it costs to buy a new car every four years, and comp...
 
       
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