Free will paradox

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Satyr
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Re: Free will paradox

Post by Satyr » Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:51 pm

Serendipper wrote:
Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:54 am
Lots of words just to call me a girl.

The only point I could find in that mess was the bit:
Particles on a sub-atomic level interact - attract-repel, and this attraction/repulsion sometimes achieves a balance.
How do they know to attract/repel?
Ha!!
This is incredible. :ugeek:
Serendipper wrote:
Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:54 am
How does a plus charge know a minus charge is in the vicinity? What is the mechanism that passes that knowledge?
Why would it have to know?
Do you understand interactivity?
Does a river know to flow down the mountain.

Woman.....patters IS what attraction/repulsion means - a relationship between patterns is attraction/repulsion. Nothing decides to attract and to repel.
The pattern has no choice in the matter. It is pattern and it can only relate to other patterns in that way.
Attraction/Repulsion, woman, is how one pattern interacts with another.
It does not have to know, girl.
It can't but be what it is.
A pattern is its rhythm, and this rhythm can only interact as attraction/repulsion. No knowledge is required.

Pattern means a particular rhythms, vibration/oscillation....and this pattern interacts with another pattern as repulsion/attraction. No knowledge, no choice, no judgment.
It doesn't decide. It has no choice.
When two patterns come in contact they interact AS repulsion/attraction.

Now, since this is too difficult for you to understand I will not get into how similar patterns, where the repulsion is inferior to the attraction, moves towards the path-of-least-resistance...not by choice, or as a motive, not intentionally.
least resistance is what is closer in harmony....this we call attraction.
What is less in harmony has more repulsion force. It is more resistant.

Only life has choice, makes decisions, based no precedent, and judges - has values.
Only life has a will.
Nothing else. All else interacts as pattered and non-patterned energies, attracting/repelling one another with no motive.

Now look what you've made me do....i wasted more time on you.
Don't be flattered, I am generous...until I find it a waste of my time. I this case you are not the objective, but the means.

Serendipper
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Re: Free will paradox

Post by Serendipper » Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:44 am

Satyr wrote:
Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:51 pm
Serendipper wrote:
Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:54 am
Lots of words just to call me a girl.

The only point I could find in that mess was the bit:
Particles on a sub-atomic level interact - attract-repel, and this attraction/repulsion sometimes achieves a balance.
How do they know to attract/repel?
Ha!!
This is incredible. :ugeek:
Thank you!
Serendipper wrote:
Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:54 am
How does a plus charge know a minus charge is in the vicinity? What is the mechanism that passes that knowledge?
Why would it have to know?
Because it otherwise couldn't evidence that knowledge by reacting.
Do you understand interactivity?
Apparently not and I'm waiting for you to bestow your wisdom on the subject.
Does a river know to flow down the mountain.
If it does indeed flow down, then evidently it does.
Woman.....patters IS what attraction/repulsion means - a relationship between patterns is attraction/repulsion. Nothing decides to attract and to repel.
By what authority do you make that declaration?
The pattern has no choice in the matter.
Does anything have any choice in any matters? If not, then what is your point.
It is pattern and it can only relate to other patterns in that way.
What is a plus charge a pattern of? What is charge?
Attraction/Repulsion, woman, is how one pattern interacts with another.
What is the mechanism? How does it work?
A pattern is its rhythm, and this rhythm can only interact as attraction/repulsion. No knowledge is required.
All you're doing is repeating yourself.
Pattern means a particular rhythms, vibration/oscillation....and this pattern interacts with another pattern as repulsion/attraction. No knowledge, no choice, no judgment.
Vibrations of what? Is "charge" the vibration? Or is the "charge" in a field of vibrations that transmits the knowledge of another charge in the vicinity? Stop repeating yourself and tell me something new.
It doesn't decide. It has no choice.
What does have a choice?
When two patterns come in contact they interact AS repulsion/attraction.
Repeat
Now, since this is too difficult for you to understand I will not get into how similar patterns, where the repulsion is inferior to the attraction, moves towards the path-of-least-resistance...not by choice, or as a motive, not intentionally.
least resistance is what is closer in harmony....this we call attraction.
You're projecting "choice", "motive", intention" onto subatomic particles. Have you even established "choice" in humans?
What is less in harmony has more repulsion force. It is more resistant.
Waves in harmony will amplify while waves in disharmony will cancel. That's not a mechanism for attraction/repulsion.
Only life has choice, makes decisions, based no precedent, and judges - has values.
Only life has a will.
Nothing else. All else interacts as pattered and non-patterned energies, attracting/repelling one another with no motive.
Is that will free? You're not a freewill-er are ya?
Now look what you've made me do....i wasted more time on you.
Oh hell, you long for my post as soon as you wake up.
Don't be flattered, I am generous...until I find it a waste of my time. I this case you are not the objective, but the means.
Yeah yeah get back to biting your pillow.
Serendipity - the occurrence of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way; life; learning.

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Arcturus Descending
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Re: Free will paradox

Post by Arcturus Descending » Mon Mar 12, 2018 1:49 pm

Satyr,
I see that you have your hands full in here.
This is just to let you know that I have not forgotten about the post. I will respond to it.
I hope that your water nymphs are treating you well. :mrgreen:
“A philosopher once asked, "Are we human because we gaze at the stars, or do we gaze at them because we are human?" Pointless, really..."Do the stars gaze back?" Now, that's a question.”
― Neil Gaiman, Stardust



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Satyr
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Re: Free will paradox

Post by Satyr » Wed Mar 14, 2018 6:07 pm

Arcturus Descending wrote:
Mon Mar 12, 2018 1:49 pm
Satyr,
I see that you have your hands full in here.
This is just to let you know that I have not forgotten about the post. I will respond to it.
I hope that your water nymphs are treating you well. :mrgreen:
I don't post here anymore.
I came for James....he's gone. I have no interest in anyone else.

Particularly when being asked:
"What tells the patterns to interact" I call for the waiter.
"Check please!!!!".

I only post on Know Thyself and on Zoot's forum.
But you are also there, aren't you?
I know.

Serendipper
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Re: Free will paradox

Post by Serendipper » Thu Mar 15, 2018 6:38 pm

Satyr wrote:
Wed Mar 14, 2018 6:07 pm
I don't post here anymore.
Are you competing for the Darwin award or is that your ghost talking after you had won? :lol:
I only post on Know Thyself and on Zoot's forum.
Only? So you're saying that's the only place that would have you? :shock:

Well, you're more than welcome to continue "not posting here anymore" whenever you want. ;)
Serendipity - the occurrence of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way; life; learning.

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