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      This and my last post are definitive.

      PROOF OF WHAT DREAMS ARE

      In dreams, we are conscious and alive in conjunction with the fundamental experience of our growth and becoming other than we are. It's real simple folks. This is how we fundamentally are constituted and how we fundamentally and ultimately got here (or got to where we are). Dreams are fundamentally related, and dreams are fundamentally linked; and yet dreams are separate as well. It all makes sense. Dream experience grows/increases, and dreams involve our growth and becoming other than we are.

      Dreams are quantum gravity. Dreams involve a mastery of physics/physical experience.

      Also, dreams involve visible and invisible space in fundamental equilibrium and balance, thereby improving upon thought. THOUGHT IS MORE LIKE SENSORY EXPERIENCE (INCLUDING VISUAL) IN DREAMS, THEREBY IMPROVING UPON MEMORY AND UNDERSTANDING. INDEED, IT IS A VERY GREAT TRUTH/FACT THAT THE ABILITY OF THOUGHT TO DESCRIBE OR RECONFIGURE SENSORY EXPERIENCE IS ULTIMATELY DEPENDENT UPON THE EXTENT TO WHICH THOUGHT IS SIMILAR TO SENSORY EXPERIENCE. Dreams can be fundamentally understood in a very coherent, clear, simple, and deep fashion, as I have amply demonstrated.

      by Author Frank Martin DiMeglio

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      Frank you've gotta be one of the most dedicated trolls I've ever encountered.

      I mean you even have published books and shit, if that isn't dedication to the cause I don't know what is. An inspiration to aspiring facetious gentlefolk who conspire to incite inflammatory remarks world-wide. Bravo!

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      Quote Originally Posted by FrankDiMeglio View Post
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      Sure, what's the question?

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      Jings, there are lots of clever people on this forum...

      This is all beyond me

      I work in a shop!
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      Quote Originally Posted by gab View Post
      Sure, what's the question?
      I have a question. Is it okay if I worship Jesus Christ? I just am relentlessly worshiping him, in my mind.

      I thought when I log into dreamviews. About the guidelines.....and if you are okay with that constant worship in my mind, as an esteemed and hard working admin of this website. Anything I can do to grease the wheels let me know, I just got 4 grand this morning, got to love payday!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Deanstar View Post
      I have a question. Is it okay if I worship Jesus Christ? I just am relentlessly worshiping him, in my mind.
      I know you didn't ask me this question, but I think it's perfectly fine if you worship Jesus Christ. I just think that religion is a bit of a sore subject in this community.
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      Quote Originally Posted by FrankDiMeglio View Post
      Our experience is necessarily that of the middle distance in/of space, in our waking and dream experience. Dream experience is that of the middle distance in/of space consistent with half gravity and half inertia and fundamentally equivalent and balanced gravity, inertia, and electromagnetism. Dream experience fully involves quantum gravity. Dreams balance being and experience. The ultimate unification of physics combines, balances, and includes opposites. Dreams combine, balance, and include opposites. Unification in physics demands and involves a balancing of being AND experience.
      Ok, there are a lot of misconceptions and falshoods here but I will stick with your idea of experience, both in dreams and waking being in "middle distance" with space.
      Experience does not exist in space, experience is a virtualised abstaction that our brains construct. That is true of both waking and dream experience. The only difference between the two is that during walking life, the virtual construct of our experience is being modulated by our senses. Even so, most of the elements in our experience are either heavily interpretated or outright fabricated by our brains, our senses only contribute in patches.

      If you are wondering how we can be so confident of this, well we have dissected the structure of the eye, the optic nerve and the visual cortex to such a degree that we know now how much the eyes contribute to our visual experience and the answer is far less than you think. Things like lines, edges or basically anything beyond blobs of vague hues (which is what our uninterpreted visual input would look like) is created by our visual cortex.

      Newton believed that inertia must be a property of space itself.
      Newton also believed in things like phlogiston being the cause of fire and the philosopher's stone. As important a figure as he was, his theory of gravitation has been supplanted by that of Einstien's.

      Nobody, to this day, can truly and fundamentally explain gravitational and inertial equivalency and balancing.[B] Given full inertia, space disperses. Given full gravity, space collapses.[/B} What is at issue here is the very extensiveness of space itself. Physics does not get more important than this.
      Nobody can explain it because it's in your head. First of all, gravity and inertia do not have a yin yang relationship. Inertia is the resistance a body has to changes in it's state of motion. Given infinite inertia (the only sensical interpretation I can give to what you may mean by "full"), the body would possess infinite momentum too and thus have "full" gravity with an infinitly deep perturbation in the space-time fabric. Gravitational force and inertia cannot exist without each other. There is no such thing as space dispersal. Space is flat by default and it is the introduction of the momentum that causes perturbations on it's fabric.

      Invisible AND visible space in FUNDAMENTAL equilibrium and balance IS the middle distance in/of space consistent with half gravity and half inertia. (Notice the cancelling/balancing that is involved with this unification.) This is a fundamental and huge truth in physics.
      This is a fundamental and huge blunder in physics.

      This applies to both dream physics and waking physics. The Earth/ground is full gravity. Outer space is full inertia. The invisible space/sky extends/is between both. Notice here that dream experience is consistent with that of the eye/body. Dream experience is the middle distance (and is invisible) in relation to visible waking experience.
      This applies to no physical behaviour in our universe. Also, even if your dicotomy between gravity and inertia was valid, outer space is not berift of gravitational force.
      You see we live in this thing called the solar system which is held in place by the massive nucleur furnace we call the sun in the centre. That homely furnace of fun has a 65 million year orbit around an even bigger structure called the milky way. On a cosmological scale, the structure of our universe resembles that of a great spider web with celestial filliments consisting of millions of galaxies with great voids in between. These sorts of structures cannot exist without the presense of gravity.

      There is literally no place in our universe that does not experience gravitational force with the possible and I stress possible exception of the edges of the universe where space is expanding faster than the speed of light. The reason why I believe it is possible for those regions to possess no gravitational forces is because gravitational waves propogate at the speed of light and thus the crest of the wave of expansion would outrace it. (incidently, this is the very reason why it is possible that our universe may be infinite in size despite the finite date of the big bang but I digress). However, even in those regions, you would have nothing to possess inertia in the first place!

      People honestly need to stop applying pseudoscience to dream experience. I respect shared dreaming projects and other "out there" but that's because they are actually trying to do shit as opposed to forming elaborate and ill informed theories which even the most rudimentry knowledge of physics would demolish.

      What you and Mr. Star there need to do is stop trying to sound smart and learn shit, starting with volume one of this:

      The Feynman Lectures on Physics
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      Quote Originally Posted by AstralMango View Post
      I know you didn't ask me this question, but I think it's perfectly fine if you worship Jesus Christ. I just think that religion is a bit of a sore subject in this community.
      I love your sig astral. Yes it is a bit of a sore point I noticed.
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