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In a message dated 3/28/2013 4:40:56 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, [address removed] writes:Best explanation is that after millions of years of evolution, our bodies have adapted to the light given by the full moonLooking is not magic.Looking is magic if one thinks that there is a biological effect caused only by looking. There is also a difference between looking at a light source and being aware that the light source is there--and accordingly being aware that the light source changes in brightness in a regular cycle over time.There is a lot of myth as well as pseudo-science associated with the various ideas about the relationship between human behavior and moonlight. Certainly in the dim dim past, our nocturnal ancestors would have developed an aversion to nights that were well lit. If they could see more, then vision-based predators would be more likely to see them.
(and the cycle of waxing and waning that precedes and follows the full moon). Gravitationally, the moon is there regardless of whether it is visible or not (the tides go in and out every day even when we cannot directly see the moon!) This is all because of the positions of the sun and moon relative to the earth. Newton explained it fully!If gravitational changes are registered by our bodies subconsciously then that suggests a sort of Pavlov style naturally selected for ability that goes unnoticed.
I wonder if we can be classically conditioned with invisible inaudible subconscious inputs from electronic devices.I'm glad we conversed on this topic. It allowed me a chance to share one of my favorite videos of all time. Of all time!
and wtf is phantom phone vibration? Did it exist before cell phones?
On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 3:44 PM, Tim Campbell <[address removed]> wrote:
In a message dated 3/28/2013 2:56:39 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, [address removed] writes:He doesn't know where/when the Eater symbols came from?
Easter is East Star Ishtar I think the name Esther also. It's Sirius the star in the East. The same one from the Three Kings / Orions belt mythology. The Dog Star, (not to be confused with The Morning Star Venus). Springtime fertility fuck bunnies regrown grass, fertile eggs and a basket for the mating season baby. It's rebirth symbolism. The opposite the four seasons from the Death Jack pumpkin head thing. Paganism evolved, lol.Spring has always been looked at as a time of re-birth, especially by people living in northern latitudes. btw, it is opposite for those living in southern latititudes!
Our cells have been experiencing the same thing since before cavemen and we don't even notice.Sometimes during the month I'll notice in passing, people smell different for a few days like clockwork. How do women's bodies know to sync with the moon? Even simple organisms with basic photo receptors can make out black and white shapes. I know a girl, who every time she noticeably smells great, it's the three days of the full moon. The other girls then sync from her over the next three days. How exactly does this happen? Say once it's because she looked at it and suddenly you're a nut. I wonder if having a moon phase desktop gadget will help a person with biorhythm problems to right themselves.Not because she looked at it. That would be a form of magic. It is also unlikely to be "action at a distance" as scientists once thought of gravity and magnetism. Before field theory.Best explanation is that after millions of years of evolution, our bodies have adapted to the light given by the full moon (and the cycle of waxing and waning that precedes and follows the full moon). Gravitationally, the moon is there regardless of whether it is visible or not (the tides go in and out every day even when we cannot directly see the moon!) This is all because of the positions of the sun and moon relative to the earth. Newton explained it fully!A person would be aware of the cycle of brightening and darkening of the moon without having to look at it.How exactly these effects occur--or even if they actually do-- is a matter for biologists to figure out!I like listening to Bill Maher. His opinions are well read. It's when he's doing standup that I get most interested. He uses very strange NLP and anchoring techniques. For example, the two fingers up on one hand and one up on the other when sealing in a point. Adam Savage on Mythbusters uses the exact same technique.
If I come across any examples sometime soon, I'll make sure to post them here.
Richard Bandler is a name drop that comes to mind.
On Thu, Mar 28, 2013 at 10:09 AM, Tim Campbell <[address removed]> wrote:
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