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Now It's Almost 2019. By Timothy Mead
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So there I was, five years ago, getting everything figured out including myself, determined to put the theory and the practice together and become a real person, when whammo!, life took over, as it... More > always does, and here I am five years later, still absolutely determined to do the same thing ... even-shu-ally.< Less
Dis-Closure Free By Timothy Mead
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Just one of many volumes, but I happened to be re-reading it and thought WHY NOT? So here it is, free, something from around the middle of the series but it gives an idea of what I might be up to for... More > the rest of my life.< Less
But This Does Not Apply To ME:BUT IT DOES ... By Timothy Mead
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The thing about science is that it’s as accurate as it can be. The thing about logic is that it’s as correct as it can be. The thing about valid conclusions arising out of the operation... More > of correct logic on the most accurate picture of the world that is available to us is … that no-one believes it. Or, no, not NO-ONE; just the vast majority of normal humans. If you have read anything that precedes this, you will know, whether you BELIEVE it or not, that we are biological creatures subject to the ‘laws’ of physics and chemistry and suchlike. We do not operate by magic or by ‘inexplicable causes’, which amounts to the same thing. We do what we do on the orders of a very clever machine known as the brain, that is itself wired a certain way, and at the same time subject, as everything in the universe is subject, to the ‘way things are’, a rather clumsy way of saying that what happens, happens.< Less
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You can’t get an ‘ought’ from an ‘is’. Logical thinking will never result in defensible rules of behavior. Received wisdom. From the doughheads. OF COURSE you can... More > figure out, logically, what you, WE, should and should not do. Well, except mostly you, we, can’t even get that far; and if we could, we wouldn’t be able to ACT on it. We are built otherwise. Accidentally, and in many ways SUCCESSFULLY. Our biggest triumph and our biggest opportunity is that we are still here. Our biggest failing, unchosen, is that we have no clue what to DO with it; and if we DID … we couldn’t DO it. It’s a package deal: if we were more capable of acting intellectually and logically than impulsively and superstitiously … we’d all be dead long ago. The slime-molds would probably have done very well; and WE would never have been CLOSE to occurring.< Less

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