"If you can't explain it to a 12 year old it's not real" is, well... nonsense. Many modern science products such as computers (among many others) require extremely complex and specialized knowledge to be able to create and understand beyond a very basic level, knowledge that cannot be easily explained without a whole lot of education. That doesn't mean they aren't real, though. I am a computer programmer for a living, and even I have absolutely no idea how modern processors and data storage components are working. Some people do, but the overwhelming majority of us just use the devices and accept that they work, even though we don't understand them. The same is true of countless technologies and areas of study.
What do you believe causes AIDS then? Dinosaurs?
The trouble with you super intellectuals is you often can't even see what's right in front of you, even when it comes out of your own mouth or from your own musings. You immediately default back into waffling on with technical terms and explanations that are completely irrelevant to the thread of discussion, like a stereotypical school geek who is enamored with a certain subject. It's great that you're interested and that you're smart, that drive in itself is a good thing, but you're missing the forest from the trees.the description of a nuclear weapon to a 12 year old is so vague as to be meaningless.
scientists and programmers (i consider myself in both camps) deal in very precisely defined concepts, not hand waving to placate people too lazy to learn for themselves.
we are talking about meaningful descriptions. for a computer you first need a transistor, typically these days this is a semiconductor, so you need quantum mechanics and specifically the still poorly understood relevant condensed matter physics. you then need logic gates, these are easier but you need to explain why they need a fan, this is due to the inherent heat production involved in irreversible operations (my favourite principle ever, landauers principle), this requires a grounding in information theory and thermodynamics. then you need different types of memory, more difficult physics. the differences in operations between your gpu and your cpu. we haven't even got to what a programming language or computation is yet.
the way a modern computer works is the culmination of nearly 200 years of absolutely amazing, intensive research. not one of the big contributors, lovelace, babbage, turing, church, kleene, deutsh, stoustrup, knuth, etc, knows or could know literally everything about a modern computer. but you can't argue that their contributions are meaningless, nor can you deny the existence of the amazing edifice they have built that allows us to have this interaction now. you are literally denying the existence of computers. your cognitive dissonance is astounding, a very interesting psychological phenomenon.
Well when a university in QLD tried to produce a covid vaccine they ended up giving their test subjects false-positives for HIV.AIDS has a lot of similarities to Covid
Are you high? I said they could easily be explained in simple abstractions for a 12 year old. A 12 year old does not need to know about memory storage controllers, logic gates, etc. I put together my own computer at the age of 15, I didn't know half of what I know now about how they work but I could easily understand the fundamentals, enough to order all the parts I needed and have a high abstract level understanding of how it all worked together.you are claiming that the fact that computers can't be explained in simple terms means they are a lie. which would mean they don't exist. but they do.
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oh right i get you now. when you do something you don't understand its valid but when i do something you don't understand and won't try to understand, its a castle built on sand, and a conspiracy to control everyone?Are you high? I said they could easily be explained in simple abstractions for a 12 year old. A 12 year old does not need to know about memory storage controllers, logic gates, etc. I put together my own computer at the age of 15, I didn't know half of what I know now about how they work but I could easily understand the fundamentals, enough to order all the parts I needed and have a high abstract level understanding of how it all worked together.
You really do not understand the meaning of being unable to see the forest from the trees.
There is no actual evidence to support only living once.I'm not arguing against anything you say.
I might agree with you largely or fully.
But I'm out of this argument now. My head aches and it's a tireless process, time only will tell I'm watching but not closely any more.
Just one point, it's so often reeled out as the gold standard stamp.
I am call it highly spiritual in nature.
I actually believe in eternity.
There is no actual evidence to support only living once.
It's purely an assumption, belief.
Personally, I would probably take it atm in life.
Consciousness hurts. But it doesn't sit with me to even imagine my own individual but not separate consciousness will be extinguished.
I just need to make it past the material plane.
But I do not believe there is sufficient Evidence lol of people living more than once, or not.