Jeremiah Morgan

Chappell, NE, United States

About Jeremiah

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A work in progress.

An idea worth spreading

I find that the greatest tool for free thinking is in a perception that acknowledges the infinite existence of the answer at all times. There is no moment of time in which the answer for any question does not exist. It's always there. Endlessly there....never changing...just sitting there...Questions on the other hand... Questions are beautiful. Questions are finite, like us,they have a life span. Questions Evolve. A single question my have only a brief existence but at its end can change the possibilities of how all surviving questions are perceived and the new created...Although there is an answer for every question, there are nowhere near enough questions for every answer. Think of that and consider the true rarity of a NEW question. Finally, consider that an answer is just the death of the question... So when a great question has fallen, may we always honor it by creating many, many more...

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Jeremiah Morgan
Posted about 3 years ago
Are experiments in remote viewing actually practices of a functioning quantum consciousness?
Reeeeproducable...exactly... Experiments are necessary. So who's first to jump in the quantum machine to see how you see in quantum? I'm still stuck on the notion that a quantum existence most readily occurs in non distracted states. The removal of all physical interference. Yet consciousness seems, at first glance anyway, to exist solely to recognize just that (physical interference). Even if consciousness was to only recognize itself, it would still be aware of it's own influence which would keep it distracted from a quantum state...unless consciousness readily resides there.
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Jeremiah Morgan
Posted about 3 years ago
Are experiments in remote viewing actually practices of a functioning quantum consciousness?
The idea comes from the related conversation where it is discussed that if the piece of metal to a particle is the same ratio as a human being to the piece metal...further suggesting that a human being could undergo the same action in the same enlarged environment. Begs the question that I believe Aaron referenced. How does our consciousness handle it? Hence further wonder about our own existential perception: how pliable is it?
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Jeremiah Morgan
Posted about 3 years ago
What motivates you?
The notion that, as long as I'm still alive, there exists the possibility that one day I may do something greater than anything I've ever done.
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Jeremiah Morgan
Posted about 3 years ago
Wealth and power have been our conventional measures of success. What definition will better sustain us now and how can we move into it?
More living, less money. Live an adventure, keep an honest journal about what and why you do what you do. When read, your reasons will be just as if not more important then your actions. Never let anyone touch it and then give it to your family when you pass. In summary, encourage attaining moments above finance. Leave behind you and not your wallet. Your life story is your success.
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Jeremiah Morgan
Posted over 3 years ago
Is it constructive to attempt arguing convincingly (forming opinion) about something not yet known or clear?
Agreed. Great overall question for a broad look at sociology regardless of the topic. Although our own individual perception is the only truth we know, it does seem that either our culture or nature has developed a callous over the evolutionary uncomfortable intake of corrective hindsight for a "one day vindicated foresight"...but then again, such overbearing public speculation isn't punished near as bad as it used to be. I would say that our human community is evolving accordingly. The town crier still serves his purpose. Some gather at the pedestal and some just keep walking and talking about the crazy man on the rock. But really... Trying to gauge the overall future constructive effects of their opinions is like taking Heisenbergs Uncertainty Principle and questioning it from the particles perspective. Good Forum Sanjay.
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Jeremiah Morgan
Posted over 3 years ago
Is it constructive to attempt arguing convincingly (forming opinion) about something not yet known or clear?
I heard about that today, As usual, new news is the same old story. ALWAYS Self Indulgent or propelling speculation... What would good old mankind be without it? No one ever would have heard of Salem...or Science... or other fun examples.-sidethought- Lets put every presidential candidate on the same stage next year and ask them your exact same question.See who really wants the job. Yeah..It's constructive. Not always agreeable but constructive. Though it's really just as constructive as someone saying that it's not constructive. We all paint the world as we see it through our opinions. 7 billion colors, one at a time and all at once all of the time. We're like pixels on a screen. No clue what the picture is but we just shine anyway. P.S. Hey TED! Hows about a Sex Scandal Channel for an idea!!! All the sleaze you'll never need in HD3D on the SXSC!!!
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Jeremiah Morgan
Posted over 3 years ago
Sean Carroll: Distant time and the hint of a multiverse
OH!I dig this one! SO!!!!! At t=10e100 there are just black holes consuming and at t=10e10e120 there is nothing but empty space and radiation... so 2 questions,1- Is a black hole a device that, through its low entropy, acts as an "entropy amplifier" for the cause of the low to high entropy law?-2- If @ 10e10e120, when all of space is empty thermodynamic radiation, can you hypothesize a scenario that would allow the remnant energy of existence to suddenly reverse it's entropic polarity as a single entity? When the entropy of all known existence nears an equilibrium...what happens? That's a big, and more importantly, a UNIFORM energy source waiting to be utilized (or re-utilized) for something or some reaction. Ideas?