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Old 11-01-2018, 03:11 PM   #201
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Remember, the lottery is the elite exploiting the stupid.
Yep, let's spell it out. The lottery is a tax on the statistically ignorant.

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Old 11-01-2018, 06:28 PM   #202
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OK, Let's spell it out - Religion is a magnet for the mentally disadvantaged and mentally deranged.
Yes, I agree: organised religion is very divisive, and the biggest organised religion is money and the globalist monetary system. I wouldn't go as far as calling all members of organised religions mentally disadvantaged and mentally deranged. Some of the world's greatest classical music composers and artist were members of organised religion and no one has called them mentally disadvantaged or deranged. Pavarotti returned to the Catholic faith before dying. A large number lot of classical composers wrote religious works. If they would have thought each and every adherent of organised religion was mentally disadvantaged and mentally deranged, they wouldn't have bothered. Verdi, for example.
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Old 11-01-2018, 06:38 PM   #203
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A moment of weakness.
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Old 11-01-2018, 06:40 PM   #204
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A moment of weakness.
Possibly, but not mentally disadvantaged or deranged, and what about all those other artists who were members of organised religion throughout their lives? Hmm? They may have been deceived, and that would be my view, but it would be going too far to call them all mentally disadvantaged or deranged, IMO. The lottery Is a Tax — An Inefficient, Regressive and Exploitative Tax: Huffingdon Post
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Old 11-01-2018, 07:29 PM   #205
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Classical composers wrote mostly religious works because half of the demand was from that source - It was simply business and nothing to do with their personal beliefs.
In some cases, yes, but they wouldn't have put their heart and soul into a sacred religious work of art if they thought the mentality behind it was mentally disadvantaged or deranged. That is the point I'm making.
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Old 11-01-2018, 07:39 PM   #206
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Not true, Good musicians always take pride in their work
I agree, and they couldn't have had pride in their work if really believed the mentality behind it was mentally disadvantaged and mentally deranged. And what about classical composers and artists who were members of an organised religion, like Johann Christian Bach for example? Edward Elgar, a devoutly Catholic English composer who wrote The Dream of Gerontius ... a long list could be compiled! French composer Olivier Messiaen was a devout Catholic.
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Old 11-01-2018, 07:52 PM   #207
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I haven't got time to watch the video, but it's irrelevant. French composer Olivier Messiaen was a devout Catholic. You conveniently ignored him. Nobody as far as I'm aware has claimed he was mentally disadvantaged and mentally deranged, unless they were very jealous of him, possibly. Johnny Cash was also deeply religious. Again, I'm not saying any of these might not have been deceived. What I'm saying no one has called these artists, and I could list many more "mentally disadvantaged and mentally deranged". Johann Christian Bach was a Catholic... no one called him "mentally disadvantaged and mentally deranged". A lot of classical music conductors and opera singers were also religious.
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Reminds me of a quote from a chemistry professor - 'It's amazing to think of how many people we failed for not knowing something we now know not to be true...' - really sums it
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Six consecutive numbers are just as likely to come up as any other numbers. So who chooses 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6? Well a few do because the majority of people think: "That's ridiculous. Those numbers will never come up!" But if you select those numbers and they come up you're less likely to have to share the prize.

The balls don't know what's written on them do they? Kind of puts all this rubbish into perspective once you have a handle on the statistics - which vanishingly few people have...

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Six consecutive numbers are just as likely to come up as any other numbers. So who chooses 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6? Well a few do because the majority of people think: "That's ridiculous. Those numbers will never come up!" But if you select those numbers and they come up you're less likely to have to share the prize.

The balls don't know what's written on them do they? Kind of puts all this rubbish into perspective once you have a handle on the statistics - which vanishingly few people have...

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Thats the problem with statistics though thermion....if you know how you can make them become whatever you want, as is this realm
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Six consecutive numbers are just as likely to come up as any other numbers. So who chooses 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6? Well a few do because the majority of people think: "That's ridiculous. Those numbers will never come up!" But if you select those numbers and they come up you're less likely to have to share the prize.

The balls don't know what's written on them do they? Kind of puts all this rubbish into perspective once you have a handle on the statistics - which vanishingly few people have...

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It's all a load of balls!



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But ,, in a Universe of Infinite possibility! 1 2 3 4 5 6 has probably come up loads of times!

quote - thermion - ''The balls don't know what's written on them do they?''

We will never know ,, because ,, balls can't speak! ,,
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Thats the problem with statistics though thermion....if you know how you can make them become whatever you want, as is this realm
Do share the how with us...
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Do share the how with us...
Are you saying that in the scientific model of this place, which you currently adhere to, you do not comprehend the manipulation of statistical modeling to promote any agenda?

Mine is from the concept of over laying planes of existence and their use.
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Statistics only originate from reality. - they cannot be sourced from anywhere else.
Yep ,, stats are stats ,,

And ,, I will, according to the latest stats ,, win before I am 1000,000 million years old! I just gotta get those numbers right!

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quote - thermion - ''The balls don't know what's written on them do they?''

We will never know ,, because ,, balls can't speak! ,,
Good point. But we're straying into the philosophy of perception here! It is possible that everything is aware of itself, but only biological entities can make that fact be known - and not all biological entities at that.

If the balls know what's going on, maybe they do agree amongst themselves to appear to be drawn at random, so as not to let us know that they know what's going on.

Seriously, in the UK lottery the chance of winning the jackpot is just under one in 14 million. If there were 14,000,000 grains of rice (a small skip load) each numbered, 1 to 14,000,000 would people still buy one? The fact that the whole farce is numbered in manageable figures up to 49 (?), everyone has false impression that winning is within reach.

And the clever trick is making three numbers a small prize, which makes it seem even more reachable. A very clever exploitation of human psychology I admit!

I tell my partner that by my not buying a ticket I have insignificantly less chance of winning than he does.


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Good point. But we're straying into the philosophy of perception here! It is possible that everything is aware of itself, but only biological entities can make that fact be known - and not all biological entities at that.

If the balls know what's going on, maybe they do agree amongst themselves to appear to be drawn at random, so as not to let us know that they know what's going on.

Seriously, in the UK lottery the chance of winning the jackpot is just under one in 14 million. If there were 14,000,000 grains of rice (a small skip load) each numbered, 1 to 14,000,000 would people still buy one? The fact that the whole farce is numbered in manageable figures up to 49 (?), everyone has false impression that winning is within reach.

And the clever trick is making three numbers a small prize, which makes it seem even more reachable. A very clever exploitation of human psychology I admit!

I tell my partner that by my not buying a ticket I have insignificantly less chance of winning than he does.


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C'mon chaps. You don't get rich by spending money!
You sound like my mother ,,

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Do you live in a 3D world elshaper? You must feel very boxed in.

elshaper - a three dimensional person!
I am currently travelling through 6D. Where are you?
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I am currently travelling through 6D. Where are you?
WOW....what's 6D like then elshaper? Do tell me as I have not been there in this 'life'!

elshaper....el....shaper.......lol

You must have traveled through the 90 degree realm? What did you think of it?

Maybe we should start a thread discussing the 90? What say you? I am sure it would be of interest to members and guests....you know like reading about travels to 'wildly different countries'!

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I am currently travelling through 6D. Where are you?
Don't worry, I'm right here, els!

It would be great to hear your experiences of 6D! ink has given you a platform to share your experiences here:

https://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=320370


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