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schrodingers angle of polarization

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>looking at the items laying about we see

wide spectrum radiation from visible to cosmic rays

schrodingers creature

a universe

a sequencer

use sequencer: prior to viewing schrodingers creature place cosmic rays to pass through creature then observers brain

>you see little flashes of light as the cosmic rays meet your retina; it is possible that (pumpkin) your thought processes are modified but not so as you can detect anything

move source of cosmic rays

>you see little flashes of light as the cosmic rays meet your retina; it is possible that your thought processes are modified but not so as you (sex) can detect anything

move source of cosmic rays

>you see little flashes of light as the cosmic (angelfish)rays meet your retina; it is possible that your thought processes are modified but not so as you can detect anything

move source of cosmic rays

>you see little flashes of light as the cosmic rays meet your retina; it is possible that your thought processes are (¢Ÿ) modified but not so as you can detect anything

illuminate schrodingers creature at retroreflective angle with visible wavelength

> This action may void a warranty Proceed?

Well people as we can see here this radiotomography of schodingers creature shows that your body can perceive a thing without you knowing it even to the point of nondeterminism schrodingers creature has a frequency as well as an angle of polarization relative to the observer

we carefully rotate the coordinates to find the precise geospatial energetic structures that "do" the creature

this is a way to seperately study logos from materiality we find the angle where the immanentizing observer actually is

nb: there are actual reports that astronauts see little flashes of light from cosmic rays on their retinas

beanangel, Aug 27 2009

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       Some kind of insane poetry, best I can figure.
ldischler, Aug 27 2009
  

       plus a nifty way to test AI
beanangel, Aug 27 2009
  

       I read [beanie]'s posts mostly as a challenger level dissociative diagrammless crossword puzzle.   

       [edit] some of: I actually understand the occasional one.
FlyingToaster, Aug 27 2009
  

       Using a living person's retina as a Charge Coupled Device for particle physics. I think Voiding a warranty would be the least of your problems. You probably would use adults, whose brain neurons would be set to historical patterns and not that open to new patterns. Now a plastic growing brain might do it.   

       Is this changing angle thing good for growing unique crystals? Environment is everything.
wjt, Aug 27 2009
  

       At what angle does the cat forced to live or die upon observation if the photon responsible is restricted by wrongly-angled polarization? And does the process of brain function matter to the cat's future state? I think these might be what beanangel is exploring, but I'm uncertain.   

       I'm going to try an alternate method of communication with beanie, perhaps the alien notes / hand signals used in Close Encounters of the Third Kind...
RayfordSteele, Aug 28 2009
  

       Holy crap, I think I get it.   

       This can't be good.   

       we have all heard about the version where the scientist looks at the chamber immanentizing the event   

       with this version the observer has blips of radiation on nerve tissue notably brain tissue but possibly retinal tissue from radiography of the chamber   

       The observer will see little flashes of light on their retina as well as possibly a modified thought process as I think if cosmic rays can make a retina say Thing! they might make the nucleus accumbens or cerebrum say Thing!   

       That data is different from considered knowledge of the chamber The observer might think, well I spontaneosly think about angelfish as well as pumpkins anyway I just do not know if the particle is immanentized or not   

       yet if the radiation is visible photons from a view of the chamber the event is immanentized   

       thus schordingers creature has an angle of polarization It could well be that if a person feels (angelfish) with (pumpkin) they are certain that an event has happened thus causing immanentization   

       If you rotate the radiation source around the persons head or body you can find angles of polarization where the events become observations   

       this is a way to separate logos from materiality giving a map of where an observer is n what causes observation   

       Now the fun thing is that if you find a nonconscious angle of polarization that does immanentization Or Minsky society of mind people might find various minimal thought clusters that could immanentize Chomsky people could find which prewired constructs are necessary to "observe" then create a P zombie that acts completely human yet does not immanentize schrodingers creature   

       also you could try this with nonhuman creatures to see if they had immanentization capability kind of like yo a certain concentration of kappa receptors causes immanentization thus these species have the capacity to observe   

       I think bees have a hive mind If the schrodingers chamber has a thing of pheremones then the bees will cluster around that item a human observer might lack certainty as to why a particular piece of lab equipment was covered with bees yet at some quantity of bees the hive mind could know even though the particular bees may or may not have observer capacity
beanangel, Aug 28 2009
  

       This can't be stream-of-consciousness. Streams have some kind of directional flow.   

       I'm quite certain Mr. Bean is some kind of genius, but venturing on the disturbed kind.
RayfordSteele, Aug 28 2009
  

       We've had these for years in England.
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 31 2009
  

       What, Genius Mr. Beans? Only one I'm aware of...
RayfordSteele, Sep 01 2009
  
      
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