All 3-D Information Is Invalid
#578 Dec 1, 1989 – 1:05
Notes by TK
Kyroot to 05. To do or not to do; to do and not even appear to do. Example of a vocal, visible activist for some polemic issue, e.g., abortion, environment, animal rights, etc., vs. an individual of similar interests—even more intense—but who is non-visible, non-vocal, appearing to make no overt act in support of the cause. The non-activism is not due to feelings of pessimism or impotence, but due rather to an understanding of its unprofitability for the individual to become personally active in the issue.
The peculiar part: the non-activist has as much or more effect than the overt activist, who seems to be making all the effort to produce success. There is an unrecognized strength to silence and silent people. There is a particle physics parallel: two forces/entities occupy the same space.
AMV12 connected to intent; with intention AMV12 can be produced even without knowing what to do or how to intend. There is a general ordinary knowledge that intellectual developmental resources are irreplaceable (“can’t teach an old dog new tricks”); that it just runs its course, becoming exhausted long before death in a human being. New Intelligence is self-replenishing, self-fueling. This Thing is the struggle to replace mental intellectual resources. There is no difference between New knowledge and New Intelligence.
Consider: what if the 2 + 2 of 2 + 2 = 4, were in secret collusion such that the answer “4” was an arranged one by agreement? When this is the case the validity, the sure certainty of the answer is gravely suspect since it is predetermined, rigged and therefore crippled—useless for further growth of a RE/Real Explorer. All 3-d info is likewise crippled, invalid. A new law of physics: conspiratorial premises must produce invalid conclusions.
And Kyroot Said…
Then that far-away-judge banged his gavel and demanded to
know if having a life-time guaranteed muffler is proof that you
own an automobile.
Sometimes when thinking real dull, repetitious thoughts,
this one guy would say to his brain, “Hey, I don’t let anyone
talk to me like that — even you.”
Under certain conditions, local conditions don’t tell you
Just before he was really going to try and think, this one
guy would holler out to his wife and kids, “O.k. folks, stand
Over in La La Land, one sorehead-in-training declared that
mortal existence makes all of us unrecognized “yes men” for
The manner in which many earthlings behave verbally leads me
to think they operate under the tacit dictum, “The terser the
answer the worser the answer.”
Caution: There are darn few standard traffic laws governing
One wide-brimmed wedgewood warrior, whilst in control of the
soapbox soundly declared, “The last victory is always the battle
hardest fought.” And his brother asked, “Why couldn’t you say
that the battle hardest fought is always the last victory?” And
the general replied, “‘Cause I don’t want to.”
The mid-term, operational motto of this one electric planet,
(that I’m sure you don’t want to hear much more about) is, “Being
loaded down will get you down.”
Jurisprudence Revisited; Low Fat Philosophy: Leniency
doesn’t mean much to a dead man.
This one chap, often immodestly pleased with his own ideas,
would say that his thought processes were “singular in their
intensity,” and not at all unlike “earthquakes.” And his brother
noted that they were furthermore unique in that they had no
That which is objective to man is subjective to Life, and
that which is subjective to man is subjective to Life. Are there
any further questions?
In a small bistro over on that eating planet, I overheard a
fellow note that he had spent so much time with himself
recently that he felt he could now safely say.
Don’t fret over the question of, “Are we our brother’s
keeper,” but rest assured we are his fellow conspirator.
The north wind said, “Talking to others is not unlike
talking to yourself.” And the south wind replied, “Yet, talking
to yourself is a form of talking to others.” Then said the east
breeze, “Where does that leave a non-talker?”
One fellow who lacked any particular passion towards the
everyday things that seem to interest most men, one day remarked,
“I wish Iù had something to dedicate myù life to.” And Life,
lurking behind a near-by mimosa tree retorted, “Ah, but you do,
my lad, ah, but you do.”
This one guy, after episodes whereby he disappointed or
offended himself, would write notes to himself expressing his
regret and his hope that the latest event would not jeopardize
their friendship. Then one day, after years of this, he suddenly
said, “If I get any more of these notes from me I’ll gag.” And
then he thought, “I don’t have to take it to such a crude point.
I could just say that I fail to find any specific benefit in
these notes — plus, they make me wanna gag.”
Eighty-four percent of what’s said in apartments and mobile
homes is non-returnable.
After being reprimanded for the burgeoning habit of
referring to himself in the third person, a youngish lad snapped
to a near-by uncle, “Hey, it could be worse. I could treat
myself in such a manner.”
This one final guy, gazing at his beloved in the mirror
intoned, “My dear, habit becomes you.”