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The group is based on having an entertaining time discussing how an "active" brain appears to create a world of thoughts, perceptions and sensations, which then, at times, blooms into a 'falling in love', of sorts, with abstract concepts, beliefs and ideas. But when truly observed, the utter vastness of mind seems to be eternally more mysterious and wondrous than any mental dogmas trying to describe the world. Some categories of discussion may include the perception of quantum physics, the possibility of multiverses and universal simulated realities, astro physics, the idea of the self, thoughts on solipsism, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and The Theory of Everything, Michio Kaku, Carl Sagan, Lawrence Krauss, The Atheist Experience, Featuring Matt Dillahunty, Max Tegmark, Richard Dawkins, the (idea) of locating thoughts, perceptions and sensations, mind in general, and all topics relating to the brain in action, or inaction, i.e. deep sleep and/or death. (Please note, this is not a gathering pertaining to religion, spirituality, mysticism, a belief in any type of deities, or any mental attachments to abstract concepts. Of course I'm always open to discussing ideas that show (compelling evidences) of existences of worlds beyond mind, "other than" a belief, feeling, faith or 'personal experience'.)

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The group is based on having an entertaining time discussing how an "active" brain appears to create a world of thoughts, perceptions and sensations, which then, at times, blooms into a 'falling in love', of sorts, with abstract concepts, beliefs and ideas. But when truly observed, the utter vastness of mind seems to be eternally more mysterious and wondrous than any mental dogmas trying to describe the world. Some categories of discussion may include the perception of quantum physics, the possibility of multiverses and universal simulated realities, astro physics, the idea of the self, thoughts on solipsism, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and The Theory of Everything, Michio Kaku, Carl Sagan, Lawrence Krauss, The Atheist Experience, Featuring Matt Dillahunty, Max Tegmark, Richard Dawkins, the (idea) of locating thoughts, perceptions and sensations, mind in general, and all conversations derived from the brain in action. (Please note, this is not a gathering pertaining to religion, spirituality, mysticism, a belief in any type of deities, or any mental attachments to abstract concepts. Of course I'm always open to discussing ideas that show (compelling evidences) of existences of worlds beyond mind, "other than" a belief, feeling, faith or 'personal experience'.)

RSVP Accordingly

Mark's Hangout Spot

The group is based on having an entertaining time discussing how an "active" brain appears to create a world of thoughts, perceptions and sensations, which then, at times, blooms into a 'falling in love', of sorts, with abstract concepts, beliefs and ideas. But when truly observed, the utter vastness of mind seems to be eternally more mysterious and wondrous than any mental dogmas trying to describe the world. Some categories of discussion may include the perception of quantum physics, the possibility of multiverses and universal simulated realities, astro physics, the idea of the self, thoughts on solipsism, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and The Theory of Everything, Michio Kaku, Carl Sagan, Lawrence Krauss, The Atheist Experience, Featuring Matt Dillahunty, Max Tegmark, Richard Dawkins, the (idea) of locating thoughts, perceptions and sensations, mind in general, and all conversations derived from the brain in action. (Please note, this is not a gathering pertaining to religion, spirituality, mysticism, a belief in any type of deities, or any mental attachments to abstract concepts. Of course I'm always open to discussing ideas that show (compelling evidences) of existences of worlds beyond mind, "other than" a belief, feeling, faith or 'personal experience'.)

RSVP Accordingly

Mark's Hangout Spot

The group is based on having an entertaining time discussing how an "active" brain appears to create a world of thoughts, perceptions and sensations, which then, at times, blooms into a 'falling in love', of sorts, with abstract concepts, beliefs and ideas. But when truly observed, the utter vastness of mind seems to be eternally more mysterious and wondrous than any mental dogmas trying to describe the world. Some categories of discussion may include the perception of quantum physics, the possibility of multiverses and universal simulated realities, astro physics, the idea of the self, thoughts on solipsism, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and The Theory of Everything, Michio Kaku, Carl Sagan, Lawrence Krauss, The Atheist Experience, Featuring Matt Dillahunty, Max Tegmark, Richard Dawkins, the (idea) of locating thoughts, perceptions and sensations, mind in general, and all conversations derived from the brain in action. (Please note, this is not a gathering pertaining to religion, spirituality, mysticism, a belief in any type of deities, or any mental attachments to abstract concepts. Of course I'm always open to discussing ideas that show (compelling evidences) of existences of worlds beyond mind, "other than" a belief, feeling, faith or 'personal experience'.)

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Mark's Hangout Spot

The group is based on having an entertaining time discussing how an "active" brain appears to create a world of thoughts, perceptions and sensations, which then, at times, blooms into a 'falling in love', of sorts, with abstract concepts, beliefs and ideas. But when truly observed, the utter vastness of mind seems to be eternally more mysterious and wondrous than any mental dogmas trying to describe the world. Some categories of discussion may include the perception of quantum physics, the possibility of multiverses and universal simulated realities, astro physics, the idea of the self, thoughts on solipsism, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and The Theory of Everything, Michio Kaku, Carl Sagan, Lawrence Krauss, The Atheist Experience, Featuring Matt Dillahunty, Max Tegmark, Richard Dawkins, the (idea) of locating thoughts, perceptions and sensations, mind in general, and all conversations derived from the brain in action. (Please note, this is not a gathering pertaining to religion, spirituality, mysticism, a belief in any type of deities, or any mental attachments to abstract concepts. Of course I'm always open to discussing ideas that show (compelling evidences) of existences of worlds beyond mind, "other than" a belief, feeling, faith or 'personal experience'.)

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