I hope some of my quantum fluctuation complexity end up in the center of a supernova about to explode so I can spread out into new forms of matter and be a part of every life form and non-life form in that area of the Universe.

I hope some of my quantum fluctuation complexity end up in the center of a supernova about to explode so I can spread out into new forms of matter and be a part of every life form and non-life form in that area of the Universe.

You never die because you were never born. You’re still uniquely you, always you but your inputs/outputs may vary which modifies you somewhat but ultimately the you that’s you is you.

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I’m a science nut but I like my quantum woo too. There’s a lot of room in the / between truth / fiction – or any / really. The / is a circle on its side, the hidden dimension beyond it.

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In pure geometry, a line is a sideways circle. Flip the line towards you and see what’s inside. But a circles is a special ellipse with both radii superimposed, so you can move the radii apart. It goes into 3D from there on up.

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“I don’t know” is the only honest answer. The rest of all stories are forms of fable, subject to change.

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It’s always the right time, right from when you’re woke.

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Tru although being rational is a bit of a fiction too.
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I for one welcome our AI overlords. We’re already part of it now, just doing what we’re doing now, contributing.
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Jobs are an old model. There’s more than enough. Last ditch effort by rich happening now, but that’ll be done soon.
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 No. I’m saying “You need job to live” is almost over.
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Of course you won’t. You’re already in the class that doesn’t contribute much.
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Ah. You are at a different place there. The USA is a century behind your level of problems.
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US Edge was temporary, based on mortgages that eventually had to get paid back. It started dying in the late 1960s.
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Money will have to go. It’s been dead for a while now anyway. Points in a collective fiction.
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 I’ll wait until y’all are done complaining. Of course utopias can’t be reached fully. But did you consider: We’re CURRENTLY living in somebody ELSE’S utopia now? Sci fi writers of the past would look around today and go, “Ah we DID IT!”.
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Ok. What are we doing right now? Here?
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Right. Consider our geographical and time differences. We’re having an impossible conversation that should not be possible.
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 Now? Nobody. We take it for granted.
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 that dead you feel is common in all compulsory schooling systems. You’ll be happy when you’re out yet oddly miss certain things. But more happy than sad I think.
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One horrible myth is: “Do what you love and the money will follow”. It doesn’t. But if you have skills you enjoy using, you can do any job and find some life satisfaction in it.
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 Example of living in someone else’s utopia: Someone from US, another from India, another from Netherlands (was it?) – all talking about the same stuff from different perspectives at the same time. Delete the internet. Now try that.
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 I know. I’m referring to an earlier idea in the chat about Utopias. We’re in the utopia from somebody long ago. It’s fact now. This conversation should be impossible.
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 What’s a utopia at its root?  A plan. A plan carried out is a reality.
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 I think you underestimate how worse things can be. Your 52% income tax is a dream to me, worth the benefits.
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Go to the USA and you’ll find you lose more than your tax savings will bring.
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Yes but you don’t get to enjoy any of it in the USA as you’ll always be at work until you’re 72.
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 You lose Time in the USA.
What benefits do you get there? Vacation time? Sick time? Quality of life? What about healthcare?
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You don’t get those in USA.
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USA is good for India, Hispanic countries and Midde Eastern countries to migrate to… until recently, but usually it is. It’s a step up but not too up.
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 are those immigrant groups or native groups? Also, that doesn’t compare % increase from earnings capacity from native countries?
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Yes, it’s due to brain capital. But those programs are closing now.
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Yes. US + Europe helps India in schooling improvements over decades. US companies hire Indian on visa programs who were good products of these experimental programs. It’s sort of a UN thing they’ve been up to since the 1950s and it worked.
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I didn’t give an exhaustive list. Just the top three that came to my clearly preudiced mind.(edited)
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 Depends on competition in their field.
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