Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Schrodinger's Cat vs Life


New research bolsters the validity of Schrodinger's Cat,
a thought experiment suggesting a cat can be both alive
and dead at the same time.
http://www.livescience.com/38339-experiments-bolster-schrodingers-cat-idea.html

Comes to the nature of relating the fact you might be that cat!
So you do not become that cat! Needing to note I never had a sheltered life.
How are you to grow in you are in a box? There would be no innovation
or growth. You would be noted a adjunct person, Mr X just some guy that died
in a corn field with no one knowing who he was. Not the nature anyone wants,
but it's noted right from the dark ages!

"If we continue as we have, then we’re doomed. And the judgment of some higher
power on that will be ‘they didn’t even struggle. They went to the boxcars with their
suitcases and they didn’t even struggle. This is too nightmarish to contemplate.
We’re talking about the fate of a whole planet. Why are people so polite?
Why are they so patient? Why are they so patient? Why are they so forgiving
of gangsterism and betrayal? It’s very difficult to understand"
http://dominatorculture.com/post/71465588944/a-psychedelic-point-of-view-terence-mckenna

What did god make you for work in a corn field then to die? I don't think so!
So to point why have a sheltered life you miss out everything!

I related what Terence McKenna said to when I worked at Walmart.
Really funny when I look at it now! And true!
"They went to the boxcars with their suitcases and they didn’t even struggle."
And that is the part worth noting suggesting a cat can be both alive
and dead at the same time relating to your life.
Don't be the cat and don't go to your boxcar!

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