Ah, while I don’t have that, I do have something similar that I have to stay defensive on regarding the present moment zone and attentiveness: For me it’s an overactive “anticipation mechanism”. I see/viscerally feel/experience disaster many hundreds or thousands of times in a day. The experience lasts the shortest of moments. but it’s visual or auditory but mainly my body preparing for it but I have to hold firm and not show it. Imagine ducking as a beam falls on you without showing that you’re ducking and that’s what it feels like; a quick “preparedness configuration” of the body muscles but just a tug. Sometimes I talk my way through it quickly or berate myself, but I move away from the sensation as quickly as possible as it’s uncomfortable.

Ah, while I don’t
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well, I don’t think think you’re missing anything really. I’m only a fan of very particular types of sci-fi. Dr Who, Star Treks up to a point, and pretty much anything time travel related. But that’s about it. Why time travel? I don’t know. It’s likely because I do it in my mind and it’s weird that the regular world doesn’t work like that.

well, I don’t think
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The main BS is the notion that it’s such a women problem because hormonal imbalance due to birth control pills that men with their facial hair and steady testosterone don’t have to worry about. You make it a binary thing and it’s not. Many women have facial hair. Many men do not. Both facial hair men and women have issues with skincare as do non-facial hair men and women. Sometimes facial hair causes additional problems with skin. It’s possible that being in the business you see an exaggerated amount of people with these kinds of problems that fit the archetype you laid out. But I’m not in the business and there’s men and women that have skin problems, sometimes related to makeup and sometimes “it just is what it is”.

The main BS is
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so thinking: where do regular waves come from? Well, if a circle is rotating at a steady rate, it will reach the same spot at the same time, which can ripple outwards if let’s say it was an imperfect circle – -degenerate I think it’s called? i dunno But then I’m thinking, “but circles are fiction (but perfected descriptions of real behaviors)” so what about spheres? Spheres are kinda real but why do they generally rotate in one direction only? Looked it up. Angular momentum. Ok, so if it’s already going that way, it’ll probably keep going that way, just like linear momentum. But what keeps the fixation in the middle part? Like, what makes middle do uniquely middle things? [pause, didn’t get anywhere] So I move on and end up back at electron spin (720 degree rotation instead of 360 degree, which is where 1/2 spin” comes from – … then I see “intrinsic angular momentum” .. and it’s .. ok, then I’m just like,

so thinking: where do
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