Derek Payne

Retired
Stoke-On-Trent, United Kingdom

About Derek

Bio

I am nealy 76yrs old and have been reseaching the mind for 35yrs.

Languages

English

Areas of Expertise

Research

An idea worth spreading

What is: is there for a reason. When life first began, it was with the sequence of night and day, therefore both had an equal part to play in our survival. We can go on forever assuming this and assuming that but until we have researched and found the reason for the former, we are never going to have the reality that explains the whole. The reality is out there.

I'm passionate about

I am passionate about ,how the design in nature was possible. My research proves the source was from the species and not from a spiritual source.

Talk to me about

I have said it all.

People don't know I'm good at

Thinking (maybe)

My TED story

Like I have mentioned, I have 35yrs of reseaching the mind. When I started, I was not leaning either way, believer or none believer. I am now a firm none believer. I do now believe the design in nature comes from the life that is evolving and not from a spiritual source. I also know that all the unexplained comes from that same source. (us).

Comments & conversations

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Derek Payne
Posted 17 days ago
Donald Hoffman: Do we see reality as it is?
Hello Paulo I agree, the approach of Donald Hoffman deserves credit where credit is due. May l leave you something to ponder. I have also been researching for a very long time, too long to remember. I eventually manipulated my way into the subconscious and came up with some remarkable equations. The question I have is; what if the subconscious is also playing the same tricks on us as our consciousness does? I believe it does, and if this is the case, then we have got to go back to square one with our concepts of reality as it is. Evolution will never be the same again.
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Derek Payne
Posted 21 days ago
Donald Hoffman: Do we see reality as it is?
I can't agree with evolution being outdated. Evolution, over three billion years; forever evolving is more important with our advancing knowledge. Hoffman's desktop metaphor goes a long way to prove science can only progress by its mistakes. Evolution is a theory based on fact which is the best way forward. There's also our subconscious which has evolved systematically with our consciousness; pragmatic in their collective awareness. Our consciousness is only 40% of the equation-there's a long way to go yet.
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Derek Payne
Posted 21 days ago
Donald Hoffman: Do we see reality as it is?
After 49 years of research I find Hoffman's metaphor of the desktop spot on. Our perceptions of what we think and what is real are plainly there for our survival. The world being flat is the perfect example. In the confines of what we would have allowed ourselves, our ability to flourish would have been so diminished in evolutionary terms that we would not have been able to survive. Our species would be nearly extinct by now. The same applies to space and the expansion of our environment. Galileo's ability to perceive what others couldn't, applies the same reasons. The world is gradually getting smaller and so our world is becoming 'flat' once more.
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Derek Payne
Posted over 1 year ago
Can the elderly play an important role in today's society?
Hi Charlie I was not comparing you to Hitler and was only referring to the premise projected by your question. I don't think for one minute that was your intention. Forgive me if it seemed that way. Going back to Hitler, a good lesson can be learned. He thought by getting rid of what he thought were inferior beings he would conquer all, but in his deluded view of things he got rid of all the superior minds that would have helped him in his twisted idea of world domination. No man is an Island-we are all equal. I don't mean this in a derogatory way, but the question you ask should be directed to yourself. Think about it again.
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Derek Payne
Posted over 1 year ago
Can the elderly play an important role in today's society?
Hi Charlie You are entitled to your views and airing them over the net is a constructive way to go. I mention in my letter that it will be the most intelligent that will flourish, Stephen Hawkins is about the best example of this. He is seriously disabled. but in his mind he rules the roost. In our miserable existence he shines like a beacon showing that no matter how old and how physically obstructed one is, their contribution is paramount. I would also add that physical restrictions also affect millions of younger people through accidents and illness and the same circumstances apply.
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Derek Payne
Posted over 1 year ago
Can the elderly play an important role in today's society?
Hi Charlie I'm old enough to remember a chap named Adolph who thought along similar lines. Love is a much stronger emotion than all the emotions put together. I know you are not compromising with A H. but it is this kind of attitude that grows once the seeds have been sown. Let me give you a happier thought-it isn't the survival of the fittest that will flourish; it is the most intelligent. This rules out nobody and rules in everybody and that is how it should stay!
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Derek Payne
Posted over 1 year ago
Mutations and how they fit the balance in nature.
Hi What Darwin didn't consider, was the complexities within the mutations. When mutations occur due to changes in the environment they not only have to change for the survival of their own species, but all species that were around at that time. Imagine hundreds, maybe thousands, maybe millions who were subjected to the same conditions and all mutating, needing to fit in with the balance of nature. This is where the theory of rhythm comes to the fore. We have to ask ourselves; how could all these species adhere to that balance? When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. The only way that it could be done is by the rhythm of the consciousness supplying the subconscious, because who would know better what the species needs, than the species themselves. Forgive me if I have to border on what seems the unnatural but it is true and clears when the right explanation comes forward. Parapsychologists investigate many cases of what seems to be belonging to another dimension. True example, researched by yours truly. A man dreams of trying to board a plane, he approaches a middle aged lady for room to sit. he is unsuccessful and asks two children for room to sit, again he is unsuccessful. He jumps off the plane and walking along later still in the dream the plane comes overhead. As he looks up the aircraft plunges to earth. The noise of the crash wakes him with a start, for a moment in time he his disorientated. Later that day towards evening he looks in the local paper and there is the report of a plane crash. He knows it is his plane crash because there are just three survivors-a woman and two children. Science investigates these happenings under conditions that for some reason get nowhere. It was obvious to me that the man when sleeping was in touch with those three survivors-there was nothing supernatural about it at all. It is from researching mostly in this field that I have come to re-assess mutations.
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Derek Payne
Posted over 1 year ago
Allan Adams: The discovery that could rewrite physics
Hi Susan Your logic is ok, but don't be swayed to much in the direction of others. I don't doubt their sincerity, but I do doubt their mystical source because I think deep down we all know that mystic does not exist, it only appears to exist. Having said that; if evolution is by design and not random as science would have us believe, then mutations to fit the balance in nature could be what is waiting around the corner. Nature by design could fit in with your beliefs-scanning to find what needs mending. Forgive my ignorance, explain curve spoon please?
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Derek Payne
Posted over 1 year ago
Mutations and how they fit the balance in nature.
Hi Rodrigo The first part of Darwin's theory only makes sense if you can disregard the trillions and trillions of mutations from the start of life. Throw a die and see how many times your number comes up. Then imagine a die with so many numbers that it would be impossible to count them and see how many times your number would come up. It would be easier winning the lottery. The same theory applies to the second part. Theories have to be challenged or they will remain just that - a theory.
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Derek Payne
Posted over 1 year ago
Allan Adams: The discovery that could rewrite physics
Hello Susan Your letter leaves me frustrated, because I can't find anything relating to Shuman's experiment. I do however find your point of view interesting. We live in a world of unexplainable events, which become mystical; mystical that is until an explanation comes forth. Mind wave coherence leads us to believing in prediction of the future because an intelligent mind jumps to conclusions of what it wants it to be and not what it is. Science is a good example of this but alas science and the intelligent mind can only progress by the mistakes it makes. This also provides intelligence with the food it needs - stimulation!