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Fool Circle – Repeating Our Mistakes

Sky, back from the cleaners

Are we fixing the problem that we had fixed 6 months back? Are we making the same mistake, as a person and as a race?

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Give Me Your Soul

Greek Masterpieces - Portrait of Aristotle by ♥ he@rt ♥, on Flickr

And I will give you 10 years of bliss! If you could live 10 years of your life in total bliss – with NO pain – but in the end, not remember any of it – would you do it? via A Happiness Tip From Aristotle | Psychology Today. I was stumbling, after a long time, when I came across this question. And according to Aristotle, you should say no. I would agree with him for various reasons. I am the sum of my experience The individual that I am, is not just a 3 dimensional figure frozen in time. I would have to say that every atom that is present in the universe has its influence on me, and so has every thought that goes through the minds of other people. The interaction between 2 or more objects (living or non-living) would have an impact on who I am and how I …

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What If – Selective Telepathic Mutation

What if… A genetic mutation allowed humans to communicate telepathically? – wait, there is a catch. You will have a predefined pool of 10 people with whom you can communicate. But the actual question is, would you rather marry someone with whom you are linked telepathically or someone who is telepathically linked with 10 other people, but not you? Some might argue that two people who are attuned to each other are likely to be together, and some might argue that mystery is what would keep them together. Hypothetically, if you are so in sync with another person, it might be impossible to get a tickle response from that person. It is possible that at first we might live with it because of how convenient it is, but would that kill what we call love? I read a Sci-FI where a few humans had gone to a distant planet. The …

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