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Curious hunches about fields

April 3rd, 2009 · No Comments

The question of the eonic effect tends to resist understanding in many but is tantalizingly close to the issues raised in the previous post, where the possible answer to the question arises in considering LIFE and MIND to (distinct and) connected to fields.
I always refused, however, to get started on such speculative approachs because they explain everything and yet go nowhere. Still, that’s only because the question is beyond our powers of correct analysis. Our glimpses may be genuine.
In any case, in this context, the purely phenomenological description of the eonic effect is an empirical discovery, whatever the provocative nature of such evidence, pushing us to consider a strange field effect at work.
The eonic effect: climbing mt. improbable

Tags: selections · World History and The Eonic Effect

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