taniaaust1 wrote:Jack Reacher wrote:I see where you are coming from but the things you want us to think about are unfalsible claims, ideas that can never be proven even in principle and arent really worth discussing in a serious manner, there are no reasons for believing in any of that.
I mean we could start a discussion saying I think Korak of gundor got tired of humans on his planet and shipped us all here, that kind of reasoning is so out of wack and so far detached for reality its not really worth discussing.
Maybe not to you.
The truth is thou that there is no hard evidence for what I said to be not true either. Thou it may sound wacky wondering if some high up huge consciousness has us as its game pawns (or whatever one wants to call it for its entertainment).. I personally do think its worth consideration even if it is just to rule out an idea. How can anyone rule out things as being possibly true or not if they never consider them in some way.
People seriously talk about GOD and other things..and that cant be proven. It doesnt mean its not worth serious discussion (thou may not be to all). Its just a matter of what is resonating to you.
I often consider things which cant be proven. Just cause something isnt proven it doesnt necessarily mean it isnt at all possible. I like to run throu all possibilities I can think of in my head, without doing that, one may miss something which was true.
I still disagree, I think going through all those fanatical ideas are great fun as a kind of activity with friends if you are stoned or something. But as you grow older and mature as a responsible adult, going through the infinite possibilities of theoretical explanations to explain a single phenomenon that you experienced in your small life is really a waste of time if you are doing it at this deep level. At a young age you sort of accept that one of those billions of contradicting solutions could be true, and you just move on really. To discuss something that cannot be proved, has no real reasoning behind it, and has nothing to do with the actual issues that we all face, to me personally seems to be a huge waste of time. And to actually base your real life decisions on something like that is another step entirely and honestly in my opinion is extremely irresponsible for an adult to do.