Terry O'Connor

Tullamore, Ireland

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Terry O'Connor
Posted over 3 years ago
What's one lesson you find super compelling?
Yes, I hear what you're saying Jorgen. I have a modicum of faith and hope for mankind that we can create a fair and just world. With societies based on equality and fairness, not just greed, everywhere you look greed !! And with leaders who care and or, are fearful of the people, not the other way around :))) A pleasure discussing it with you.
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Terry O'Connor
Posted over 3 years ago
What's one lesson you find super compelling?
Yes, I hear what you're saying Jorgen. But I have a modicum of faith and hope for mankind that we can create a fair and just world. With societies based on equality and fairness, not just greed, everywhere you look greed !! And with leaders who care and or, are fearful of the people, not the other way around :))) A pleasure discussing it with you.
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Terry O'Connor
Posted over 3 years ago
What's one lesson you find super compelling?
Wow, if I had EVERYONE in the world's attention....it would have to be, revolution. Not anarchy, not bloodshed, but change becasue it's obvious it's time to change this broken record. The lesson I would like everyone to learn is that just because things in the world are the way they are, doesn't mean they have to stay like that. There is enough for everyone, it's not a dream and it's not beyond your power. Not once EVERYONE (or at least the vast majority) agrees and moves in the same direction, then nothing can stop us from creating the world that we all know we SHOULD be creating. :) Oh, also, we need to go into space, but that can wait until we learn how to treat our own planet and peoples. We don't wanna go out there making the same childish mistakes(we couldn't afford that kinda GRAND SCALE FECK UP) :)
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Terry O'Connor
Posted over 3 years ago
How does virtuality translate into reality?
Ah, I understand a little more now. Thank you for bearing with me. It seems like an enticing mystery waiting to be solved. It's Interesting you say "hotter or colder than would be expected". So there is sometimes a greater and sometimes a lesser "virtual charge" measured ? One or the other was my assumption.. Forgive me now if this seems to take a morbid turn. I suppose it is hard to stop a living nerve carrying other signals while you do your tests. So are these tests you can only carry out on living subjects ? I have a close friend who damaged her central nervous system in an accident. It fires off every now and then resulting, sometimes in paralyses, sometimes in severe pain. Funny thing is that it's almost an auto immune problem, her central nervous system thinks its helping. I must mention TENS to her, thank you for sharing the article but I imagine that blocking signals is what she needs, not stimulation. So I wish you the best with your experiments, maybe some day something like this could be used to help people with the same problems.
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Terry O'Connor
Posted over 3 years ago
How does virtuality translate into reality?
Maybe I do not properly understand but bear with me as I oversimplify. Re: anode/cathode virtual/real. If I run both hot and cold water taps into a basin would you say that the temperature of the collected water is virtual ? Also, I would not think that blocking a nerve signal is necessarily a negative in every instance. Perhaps it might be considered for study in non chemical(non-addictive or liver damaging) applications for treating epilepsy or chronic pain ??