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Feb 11, 2013
 
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Do we really want people to be doing any of this? If not, then why criticize science?
Perfection means mastery over all aspects of existence and so this would also include under its aegis the capacity to engineer life forms from scratch and revival of the dead.
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Feb 11, 2013
 
PAPA,

My body's on fire and painful. I am taking a break. Goodnight. Take care.

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Perfection means mastery over all aspects of existence and so this would also include under its aegis the capacity to engineer life forms from scratch and revival of the dead.
You are making an assumption that in an imperfect world, that your "perfection" is a value. I disagree. We are simply not outfitted for the social implications of this.

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LIMITATIONS OF SCIENCE:
The greatest limitations of science are:
1) Its incapacity to enter into the core of an object under investigation and to know its true nature by identification with it in consciousness.
2) Inability to cogently answer questions related to the origins of existence.
3) Its incapacity to uplift or regenerate nature and individual.
4) Its incapacity to engineer life from scratch.
5) Its inability to predict the future or to know the past of an individual/person.
6) Its incapacity to prevent death.
7) Its inability to revive the dead.
If you do 1,2 and 3 and define 'scratch' to a working definition, we might manage it even before 2014.
5 seems to me like the odd one out.
6 and 7 are inherent to life.

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Casa Villa on W Main - park on Stillwater and walk briskly (Do not stare or gawk at the gang members, do not spend an extraordinary long time locking your car or otherwise attracting attention).(Once inside do NOT stare excessively at the cutie behind the register either, if you value yourself mostly intact...)
I did buy a new one, a lot lighter. But I learned that flimsy plastic shovels do not fracture ice so well. Black ice was the issue this morning. Slush is the issue now.
She works in the non-food section.

That expedition and risk just for a cutie!
Is the food really that good?

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She works in the non-food section.
That expedition and risk just for a cutie!
Is the food really that good?
Its real. And the prices are decent.

Many ethnic restaurants in my city cater to white people and, more significantly, their credit cards.
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Casa Villa on W Main - park on Stillwater and walk briskly (Do not stare or gawk at the gang members, do not spend an extraordinary long time locking your car or otherwise attracting attention).(Once inside do NOT stare excessively at the cutie behind the register either, if you value yourself mostly intact...)
I did buy a new one, a lot lighter. But I learned that flimsy plastic shovels do not fracture ice so well. Black ice was the issue this morning. Slush is the issue now.
Will check it out and report back. sounds good and like good advice too.

Re snow: I bought some of the fancy salt at Home Depot. It had to be good, right? Cause it cost 3X as much as the cheap stuff. Says it works better, colder - won't damange plants and cement etc.

I do notice I don't need to use a lot. Lasts a while.
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Its real. And the prices are decent.
Many ethnic restaurants in my city cater to white people and, more significantly, their credit cards.
Found their website http://www.casavillarestaurant.com/

Good reviews too on Yelp.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/casa-villa-stamford

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Will check it out and report back. sounds good and like good advice too.
Re snow: I bought some of the fancy salt at Home Depot. It had to be good, right? Cause it cost 3X as much as the cheap stuff. Says it works better, colder - won't damange plants and cement etc.
I do notice I don't need to use a lot. Lasts a while.
Is it the crystals or the gloppy stuff? The gloppy stuff irritates the paws of doggies.

It all damages plants (CaCl2), just less so than the older stuff (NaCl).

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Found their website http://www.casavillarestaurant.com/
Good reviews too on Yelp.
http://www.yelp.com/biz/casa-villa-stamford
Thats the larger one at E Main. The one I sent you to is the "takeout" (thought you can eat in) at W Main.

Never been to the one at E Main

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Found their website http://www.casavillarestaurant.com/
Good reviews too on Yelp.
http://www.yelp.com/biz/casa-villa-stamford
It looks like the one in E Main is now in the old space for Myrnas (Mediterranean)- Myrnas was supposed to be good but the one time I went there I got sick.
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Is it the crystals or the gloppy stuff? The gloppy stuff irritates the paws of doggies.
It all damages plants (CaCl2), just less so than the older stuff (NaCl).
It's crystals, Calcium somthing....supposed works at a lower temp.
We have no doggies right now. I know doggies don't like it much.
Our toy poodle didn't much snow, ice or cold either. the sheperd was good with it

i use very sparingly - it's all you need -

They do make doggie-friendly stuff though I'm sure it's costy
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It looks like the one in E Main is now in the old space for Myrnas (Mediterranean)- Myrnas was supposed to be good but the one time I went there I got sick.
Have been to and met Myrna's. It seemed ok and very casual the one time i went. Myrna was expecting at the time, a few years ago.

Her greenwich location failed pretty quickly. high rent i guess and high prices and difficult parking for something you could get cheaper in stamford - didn't know that one closed too

Her dad used to work for my mom. doing stuff around the house. if forget his name.

assume the western location is closer to og.....I'm a regular rand mcnally!

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It's crystals, Calcium somthing....supposed works at a lower temp.
We have no doggies right now. I know doggies don't like it much.
Our toy poodle didn't much snow, ice or cold either. the sheperd was good with it
i use very sparingly - it's all you need -
They do make doggie-friendly stuff though I'm sure it's costy
Nah - crystals - you probably got the right stuff for the doggies.

calcium chloride CaCl2
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Thats the larger one at E Main. The one I sent you to is the "takeout" (thought you can eat in) at W Main.
Never been to the one at E Main
Oh yeah

take out is good

and I would think closer

myrna's was a bit of a hike as i recall
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Dear Hugh,
Where art thou, mon?
Sweet Joel is online.
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I'm here, dear. I have heard that you are as sweet as lime.
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You are making an assumption that in an imperfect world, that your "perfection" is a value. I disagree. We are simply not outfitted for the social implications of this.
Perfection means manifesting the whole of the absolute in the manifestation and that would involve complete mastery over the whole universe and beyond to its underlying mechanisms. It progresses in stages as each emergence brings in newer and higher faculties, phenomena and laws.

Yes, the world is imperfect till now as the evolution of the terrestrial consciousness has not been able to progress faster and arrive at a stage where the more harmonious ranges of consciousness and their concomitant energies can manifest and radically alter the material and human conditions - though, of course, there has been some progress in the material and human conditions over the ages due to minuscule emergences in the earth nature but it is far from satisfactory.

Altering the terrestrial and human condition can be done on the individual, collective and material scales. I have seen it happening in a few advanced individuals who're great yogis and have experienced a bit of this radical change in the planes and parts of my own being and in my immediate surroundings since when the higher force stations itself in the being of an individual it radiates outward and affects one's immediate surroundings as well.

To bring in the degree of perfection I speak of involving the complete supramentalization of nature, most of the human population will have to disappear as they're not fit enough in being, outlook or reflexes to endure the tremendous power of the manifest supramental principle.

Anyway, I am no longer involved in the radical supramental yoga due to unbearable suffering involving the worst kind of attacks on a continuous basis. This supramental yoga has entered the earth consciousness for the first time in the whole of the earth's history since say 50 to 60 years that it has now been in covert operation up to a certain degree but the difficulties are toooooo great and require a more than Herculean effort on the part of the pioneers of this unique yoga to push forward the supramental emergence in the earth consciousness.

Before the scope, outcome and faculties of the supramental yoga, religions, the old religious teachings, the prophets of their past, the rituals, the sciences of the past and present pale into almost nothing as there is no comparison between them in any way. The two are as different as chalk is to cheese.

Alright, you stay happy, peaceful, healthy, safe, prosperous and have a long and fruitful life.
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HOMOSEXUALITY IS NOT BAD:
1) Being born gay or having gay inclinations is not bad as most religious folks think.
2) Homosexuality simply indicates a slight deviation in the psychological and vital forces governing the sex center in the brain.
3) The religious sages looked upon gay sex as something "bad" since they considered procreation the natural outcome of sex and so sex was something reserved for man and woman. However, procreation can be asexual - binary fission, invitro, cloning.
4) Anal sex between man and man or between man and woman is not impure but it damaging as it unbalances the nerve currents leading to the brain system and so a short circuit occurs in the brain currents that lead to unnatural synaptic connections being forged under the influence of the unbalanced nerve forces.
Joel--Being born gay or having gay inclinations is not bad as most religious folks think

HughBe--- spoken like a true practitioner of the rear art. Oh, I take your words to be a confession.

Much love, sweet Hugh.
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that term had better not incude 2 o's
HughBe---Much love from JJ

Maat--that term had better not incude 2 o's

HughBe--- neither the acronym meaning JJ nor the words have o's.
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Feb 11, 2013
 
Scratch - from raw chemicals.

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