If you’re lamenting that the universe tries without success to achieve balance, I wouldn’t. I’m just glad to be here.

But theoretically balance will be achieved again one day, but to the loss of complexity that allows spacetime to exist. So, it’s a tradeoff.

If you’re lamenting that the universe tries without success to achieve balance, I wouldn’t. I’m just glad to be here.

Also, the data isn’t objective, not truly. It’s still human subjective.

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I can relate. You seek absolutes in a subjective realm. But your absolutes, while scientifically solid, end up becoming subjective as the group moves the target for “what is objectively true?”

I try to think in these terms, although its helpful is limited at times:

There’s different group objectives. When you stick to the scientific group objective, you’re correct. Mathematically, scientifically, provably to instrumentation.

But then there’s also the local group objective, which is shifting.

So, to which star do you hitch your wagon?

That’s the frustration but also the answer.

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hermit > social
agreed.
I tend to increase my percentages of the former, keeping my social to online where I have some some say.

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