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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleftherios Karagiannis View Post
    Personally, I like 24 better. To each their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lazer View Post
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    Wow, he did quite a bit, including moving pictures. He played guitar wrong handed though, we all can’t be perfect, I guess. I’m just jealous; he was a better guitarist than me. People like him amaze me; do we not exist in the same time? I barely have time to tie my shoes, and whatever the largest number between accomplishments is, that’s mine and his.

    Thanks for the suggestion, I look forward to it.

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    PS. (24) More proof of my brightness, at my age, room is quickly running out.
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    If intelligence is set, possibility, chance and change are not possible, with time. What is time?

    If my body is talking to me, I am not listening, until I feel it, and then there is no doubt. The older I get, the more my body talks, I still do not hear it, but it feels louder.

    What is the difference between government spending and investing? Create one cent of value that costs more than one cent to make. A penny's worth of thought.

    I love to write, but reading?

    How most technology works is really simple, it's either on or off, which creates a bit. How can we mess that up?
    Sometimes, the logical answer defies logic....Stupid accident.

    If my thoughts are math, how can I be wrong?

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    When I rub my hands on my knees, my knees are feeling my hands and my hands are feeling my knees, are those two different conscious thoughts at once? I cannot tell the difference, can you?

    Evolution in nature, the past is knowledge, the lessons learned of wrong and right, remembering a difference like day and night, the storage of data equal to hard drives and light, passed like genes from parents to child, the building blocks of the future, right and wrong of the lessons learned, knowledge is the past, nature in evolution.

    Illusion, the Parthenon, proving light is not alone in deceiving, perfection from imperfection, math and deception, an ancient master, the Parthenon, illusion.

    Deception, truth hidden, logic and math is the best I can do, extrapolation, test and conjecture, time perseverance and rolling chances, eventually, hidden truth, honesty.

    Some bamboo trees create seeds every forty-eight years. How does a tree know the difference between one year and forty-eight years? I don't know, but a tree has better memory than me, apparently.
    Sometimes, the logical answer defies logic....Stupid accident.

    If my thoughts are math, how can I be wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleftherios Karagiannis View Post
    Some bamboo trees create seeds every forty-eight years. How does a tree know the difference between one year and forty-eight years? I don't know, but a tree has better memory than me, apparently.
    Fascinating. I did not know about Mautam.

    But surely you can tell the difference between a one-year old human, and a forty-eight-year old human? Why shouldn't a bamboo plant know the difference as well? Different humans mature at different rates, true, but bamboo populations are often a single cultivar, clones of the original.

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    Fascinating. I did not know about Mautam.

    But surely you can tell the difference between a one-year old human, and a forty-eight-year old human? Why shouldn't a bamboo plant know the difference as well? Different humans mature at different rates, true, but bamboo populations are often a single cultivar, clones of the original.
    You know far more than I do about it. As far as humans aging, I am much younger than my mirror reflects, according to my memory. I am not very bright.

    I saw that on a nature show, the rat population explodes, they reproduce far more than normal and causes mass hunger, after the seeds run out, they go after the rice fields. I believe it is some where in Asia, but my memory stinks. In other words, the rats know when the trees will make their seeds.

    Even as clones, that knowledge must be passed or stored, is my guess. It appears to me, they can tell time, far better than me, and that includes the rats.

    Late Edit: I think the rats are aware of the environment, not telling time. My memory truly stinks.
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    If my thoughts are math, how can I be wrong?

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    Actually, I'm only 27. I just look the way I do because I spent 3 years in Isla Vista during my undergraduate years....
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    Actually, I'm only 27. I just look the way I do because I spent 3 years in Isla Vista during my undergraduate years....
    I look the way I do because of light, damn light.
    Sometimes, the logical answer defies logic....Stupid accident.

    If my thoughts are math, how can I be wrong?

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