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You fags are so fucking gullible you'll believe anything! Have fun with your early-onset Alzheimer's, morons!

Saturated fats and animal protein promote dysfunction in the gastrointestinal barrier leading to a leaky gut that allows bacterial endotoxins into our bloodstream. These molecules promote inflammation throughout the body through actions on tlr4 which increases the activation of microglial cells and macrophages. Endotoxins promote the breakdown of the blood-brain barrier allowing kynurenic acid and quinolinic acid into the brain. Endotoxins promote inflammation and insulin resistance within the brain. Increased inflammation within the brain changes the neurotrophic activities of growth factors like bdnf to favor the production of microglial cells over that of neurons.
Endotoxins by reducing insulin sensitivity within the brain and promoting inflammation increase the tone of cortisol expression which increases endocannabinoid signaling to mitigate the effects of chronic mild stress.
Chronic mild stress promotes disinhibition of gaba/somatostatin release within the brain and the internalization of gaba receptors leading eventually to disinhibition of glutamatergic activity which chronically activates neurons and under the circumstances of increased neuroinflammation insulin resistance within the brain leads to reduced neurotrophic insulin signaling, and feeds forward to promote more neuroinflammation.
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>>14504968
>Saturated fats and animal protein promote dysfunction in the gastrointestinal barrier leading to a leaky gut that allows bacterial endotoxins into our bloodstream.
Saturated fat tightens gut junctures over time (rather than acutely), PUFA does the opposite. Studies that look at dietary effects over the course of hours rather than weeks or months draw the wrong conclusions. No need to get into the rest of your post since your reasoning from the very beginning was wrong.
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>>14505583
>directly linked to heart diseases.
Kek, not it's not. It was associated with it. Low cholesterol shows a bigger effect on all-cause mortality than high cholesterol.
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>>14506978
Well said. Not to mention oxylipins and the raft of other downstream oxidized linoleic acid metabolites ie OXLAMs that do copious amounts of damage to your body on a diet of seed oils. 4-HNE is an extremely nasty substance. You'd have to be an absolutely deranged vegan in the grip of megaloblastic madness to argue that such a diet is less inflammatory
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>>14504968
It seems really weird that animals like humans would have evolved to consume fats that are only available seasonally. Nuts and green vegetables which has small amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids are only available seasonally. The same for seeds. Meat is available all year round. So it seems really weird that humans would have evolved to have their optimal diet be foods that could only be had year-round after certain acquisitive and hoarding behaviours are developed. I mean it's possible it's not like Evolution necessarily gets it right but it seems very odd to me that it would be bad to eat the same fats that the body is mostly composed of.
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>>14504968
Hey i would really have fucking wished that you didn't literally fucking plagiarize my work and do a shit job at articulating cohesive arguments instead of dropping this load of shit and not having the forethought of coming prepared for even the hint of criticism.

What are the odds of two economy destroying viruses coming out of the same Chinese lab one right after the other without any shenanigans going on?
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>>14507017
when are the people responsible for all this shit going to be hunted down and given their just deserts?
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monkey pox isnt economy destroying just yet
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>>14507047
>monkey pox isnt economy destroying just yet
No virus is..... it's the responses to the perceived threats of a virus that cause that. The last one in 2020 was done on purpose to crash western economies and help China and the rich 1% elite gather more wealth.
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>>14507045
>when are the people responsible for all this shit going to be hunted down and given their just deserts?
When people get off their asses. It would snowball really fast if/when it happens, like most similar events in history such as the French Revolution. Usually the poorer the country at the time of the flash point, the faster the revolution proceeds.
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>>14507045
Do Democrats seem to care about origins? Biden gave the intel community 90 days to discover the origins, and nothing happened. Do Republicans seem to care? Hell, do American citizens? No to all three questions.

How do you deal with women in Academia? Seems like if you even talk to them there is something they can ruin your career over. But you cannot ignore them either. I want to get a PhD and enter Academia but it seems like dealing with the minefield of retarded women is too much effort.
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>>14503161
Let women smugly assert their superiority and don't help them when they set themselves up for obvious failures
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>>14506404
These bots, agenda or whatever this shit is, is now extending to /sci/. I swear to God, if I was schizophrenic, I would be saying this is some kind of targeted campaign for 4chan as a whole. Some group trying to "de-extremize" incels, because they think 4chan is home to incels. Either that or it's some faggots with too much free time.
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>>14503161
It really doesn't matter. The fact that she's tweeting about it means that she couldn't do anything effectual
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>>14503161
Remain objective at all times and say very little. But this will just result in yourself become very distant from workflows and processes which will reflect very poorly on you in the long term and shows a lack of commitment. Then again maybe a sufficient lack of commitment might make your phd a lot more durable and possible to complete in the long term.
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>>14507271
In the corporate world it is very rewarding putting yourself out there and in front of things. But in the academic world this can backfire tremendously. Just doing your stuff at the minimum or a bit above the minimum should allow you to sail through.

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>accidentally shared antivaxx meme to the advisor
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>>14505883
It's really funny how conspiracy nuts think they are critical thinkers when they spew incoherent nonsense.
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>>14505883
Critical thinking != Conspiracy retards. You're basically the dullards of society
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>>14505865
Which meme?
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>>14505883
Look at this modern day David Hume over here getting his worldview from memes. He's not like those sheep who get brainwashed by lamestream media and baaacademia. He only feeds his brain with the finest of content created by the unemployed and the mentally ill whence as we all know all great ideas come from.
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>>14507081
>everyone i disagree with built their perspectives from memes

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>what is /sqt/ for?
Questions regarding math and science. Also homework.
>where do I go for advice?
>>>/sci/scg or >>>/adv/
>where do I go for other questions and requests?
>>>/wsr/ >>>/g/sqt >>>/diy/sqt etc.
>how do I post math symbols (Latex)?
rentry.org/sci-latex-v1
>a plain google search didn't return anything, is there anything else I should try before asking the question here?
scholar.google.com
>where can I look up if the question has already been asked here?
archived.moe/sci
archive.wakarimasen.moe/sci
boards.fireden.net/sci
>how do I optimize an image losslessly?
trimage.org
pnggauntlet.com

>where can I get:
>books?

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>>14507258
I meant the dot in the parenthesis.
>That's normal. Nine times out of ten inflation is π. Statiscians abuse pi the same way.
Jesus fucking christ.
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>>14507259
>Why are we writing sentences and describing things with words for basic integrals again?
I'm guessing it's to evaluate whether the student actually understands what he/she is doing and not just copy pasting what they saw before?
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>>14507261
>I meant the dot in the parenthesis.
That's way normal, how come you've never seen it before?
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>>14506406
Signum function, sgn(b-a)
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>>14507272
I've never really come across it until now.
Not in any physics, math or chemistry book I've read.

>No nootropics thread
it's proven that drugs like isrib/ha-p6/nsi189 all improve brain function

currently on
omega 3 megadose
magnetin
b12 complex
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>>14506792
anandamide is an analog of thc, the active component in marijuana. thc gives a prolonged and intense high because our body doesn't have enzymes to break it down like anandamide. so unironically, if you want to supplement, smoke weed (or just exercise enough to get runner's high)
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>>14504915
It has to be tapered on and off.
It works best when you already have high mental energy - then it can boost it even further.
If you have low mental energy it doesn't really help to pull you out of a slump.
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>>14505533
that is an antipsychotic/antindepressant that will destroy you. Better off on zoloft.
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>>14502815
Caffeine and Vyvanse
Also fuck you. I'm coming off a double dose and I feel like shit
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>>14506804
you're talking out of your fucking ass. we can metabolise thc just fine you fucking mong (CYP450, CYP2C9).

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Where can I find a breakdown of average testosterone rates by demographic or country, and by year?
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>>14507052
>average testosterone rates by demographic or country, and by year?
Blacks tend to have the highest testosterone rates (both male and female) while East Asians tend to have the lowest rates. Other than that, I got nothing.
There are plenty of studies showing the decline of spermatozoa production in males in the USA over the last century, but that is a different matter.
There are probably some studies on the declining testosterone rates of all demographics, since it is getting attention lately. A big concern is plastics acting like estrogen-mimickers, causing lower testosterone ratios.
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>>14507204
show me the study to back your claim
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>>14507204
>>14507210
and then explain why you made your claim without research to back it. because I am seeing nothing.
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>>14507070
Even when if you get your T checked and it's low, they will say it's normal. Pretty sad state of affairs
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>>14507240
will they be basing that claim on a study that I can find on the internet?

https://magazine.tcu edu/fall-2020/hormonal-birth-control-brain/

>[Estrogen] prompts the release of an egg and formation of the uterine lining; it also influences women’s psychology and behavior in ways that help facilitate conception. Research shows that when women are at high fertility, they have increased sexual desire, feel sexier, put more effort into their appearance and engage in sex more frequently. They’re also more attracted to men with certain physical traits, such as a symmetrical physique and deep voice, that telegraph desirable genes. In turn, men find the scent and face of a woman at high fertility to be more attractive.

>During women’s other menstrual phase, progesterone surges as the body anticipates the implantation of a fertilized egg. “Progesterone is more of the mom jeans, Earth mother hormone,” Hill wrote. “When progesterone is on the scene, women tend to feel hungrier, sleepier and more relaxed than they do at other points in their cycle. It makes women feel like doing the kinds of things that help get their body ready for the possibility of needing to grow another human being in the not-too-distant future.”

>One survey indicated that women on the pill had lower sexual satisfaction but higher satisfaction with their partners’ intelligence and ability to provide financially, qualities that might increase a woman’s sense of security during pregnancy, the book says. These women were significantly less likely to divorce. Another study found that when women went off the pill, their marital satisfaction changed, but whether it was a positive or negative change depended on how attractive their husbands were — a mate selection factor the pill may have influenced to begin with.

>Such societal ripple effects represent the unintended consequences that Hill referred to in her book’s subtitle.
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>>14499749
this level of autism is impressive, even at 4chan
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>>14500777
>so women start going for chad twinks, thus devolving us into femboys
Fixed
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>>14497744
so this retard is back, great to hear
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> Cites TCU
> TCU
> Texas Christian University
> Christians
> Birth Control

THE BETAS ARE COMING THE BETAS ARE COMING.

How fucking dense can you be.
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>>14497693
Hey man as long as I get to deep throat and raw dog her I don't care

Infinite sets exist even though we’ve never seen them. Undefinable real numbers are real even though it is never been proven that they are required to satisfy the real axioms. Some infinities are bigger than other infinities. Paradoxes are just a natural part of mathematics. There is no correct approach to mathematics, no system is true and consistent, you can just make up axioms as long as they appear to be consistent with each other, never mind the real world and intuition.
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>>14506802
Well what you're treading on is called philosophy of mathematics. Paul halmos in his introduction to naive set theory says right out that you tend to presume that sets exist you don't prove that they do. And if you want to go one step further back you would have Parmenides well maybe that's more than one step, who says that all is one. So as soon as you're dividing one I've been to many the question then becomes where are the boundaries. And you can sort of have an IU view that says well there's a natural boundary say you have one piece of land and then a river and then another piece of land and then you can say that river is a natural boundary. The problem is there's land continuous the river is just water on top of that one piece of land. One way to think about this is to use a philosophical approach called pragmatism although I don't believe there's very much philosophy of math dealing with this directly although I think the philosopher Charles Sanders Pierce who is recognized as an American pragmatist was very much into mathematics. So when people do math they're trying to solve a problem like a literal problem for example they have sheep and they have no way to count them because they haven't invented counting yet but they can take a bag of stones and every morning they see the Sheep leave the Sheepfold and they put a stone into a pile. They do that for every sheep. Then every day when the Sheep come back they put a stone back into the bag. And then they know they have all the Sheep when there's no more Stones left in the pile. And they can do that without any notion of counting all they know is that if there's rocks in the pile there are still sheep out there.
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>>14506802
So it's even sort of questionable whether you can ever have a number without a unit. Like you can have one stone or 5 or 10 stones in this pile of stones representing the Sheep out of the Sheepfold but can you ever have a 5? What does that even mean?
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>>14507113
>>14507118
Yes I see what you’re getting at. Numbers are adjectives and arithmetic is simulation. To add 3 + 7 is fundamentally the same as writing 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1, which is defined as 10. So we just develop mental rules and memorize results of these simulations. All math is world modeling. For this reason it makes no sense to invest in set theory and other inventions
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>>14507153
Math comes from the Greek

EtymologyEdit

From the root ofμᾰνθᾰ́νω(manthánō,“I learn”)+-σις(-sis,verbal noun suffix).

So in this sense you could literally say that math is a sort of learned behaviour. And then the question becomes our people learning things that actually exist is math natural Are there natural numbers or are all numbers artifice that is Art. I would leave more towards saying numbers are invented to solve problems rather than that they naturally exist. However this gets that is Art. I would leave more towards saying numbers are invented to solve problems rather than that they naturally exist. However this gets a certain sort of mathematician very butthurt because he likes to think that his math skills are like a natural ability just like a football player is naturally good at throwing the ball and so forth. But math isn't actually like that math is just memorizing a bunch of arbitrary stipulations. That doesn't mean engineering or physics are like math it just means that the math component to those things is made out. You couldn't figure out that if you are carrying weight you move more slowly without any mathematical equations determining how much more slowly it would make you move given the same Force.
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>>14507171
>Math comes from the Greek

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Maybe some boosters would help clean this world of degenerates...
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>>14507146
do you have a single piece of evidence to back this up?
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>>14507154
Do you have a single piece of legitimate non-government non-big pharma evidence that says it is not true?
I only know of two people who got the vaccine, out of perhaps 50-70 people in my weekly life circle of coworkers and acquaintances. This is in a mostly Democrat area also (60% in past elections), so this cannot be some weird anomaly.
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>>14507160
>using anecdotal evidence
the absolute state of this board...
You don't want to trust anything that gets published, be my guest, just don't expect me to take your shitty anecdotes seriously either
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>>14507071
There are twice as many unattributed excess deaths during the pandemic period than there has been with covid. How many of those are due to the vaccines? Those responsible for pushing the vaccines aren't going to look into it so we'll never know what there are so many excess deaths not caused by covid.
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>>14507166
nobody expects anything of you anon. that's why you live the live you do.

Also, all evidence is anecdotal these days, when all medicine is politicized now.

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How do you fix forward head posture?
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>>14505796
Weighted neck curls, unironically. Look it up on Youtube. Then, position your computer monitor on a stack of books.
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>>14505815
>Then, position your computer monitor on a stack of books
you can't just give advice like this without knowing the current position of his monitor. a monitor positioned too high will cause far more issues than one too low
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>>14505813
you have evidence suggesting otherwise?
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>>14505796
Forget the forward heads, those curved shins are the bigger problem
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>>14505796
>How do you fix forward head posture?
More red meat and less s o y

"pencil neck" syndrome is caused by a low-meat diet.

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If your organ shuts down, can it reboot? Serious question. Does the organ die completely when shut down?
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my organ shuts down and reboots every day
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>>14506951
So if the doctor tells you "your liver has shut down" then you're just screwed? That sucks.
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>>14506827
You must by the updates from Bill Gates.

You will own nothing, not even your own body, and be happy about it.
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>>14506951
mostly no*
mostly yes*
things aren't always so clear cut anon
>>14507019
you're getting a transplant in that case
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Current medical ability is unable to reboot organs to any meaningful degree, but eventually human bodily entropy will be reversed given enough advancement in gene therapy. Once we're able to clone and grow organs for someone's body with a 95% acceptance rate, we will be able to pursue cell regeneration, i.e physical immortality*. When you're able to replace your old lungs with that of your young adult self, lifespans will be up to over an average of one hundred years.

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Space and Time are not reducible to one another. Space is not Time, and Time is not Space.
What then are Space and Time? Are they the forms of all possible experience like Kant argues?
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>>14504134
I also agree, wish someone would respond or at least say this topic of inquiry is over and understood
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>>14504134
Just read it again, and concur, marvelously succinct and superb
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>>14502749
>Space and Time are not reducible to one another
not insofar as they are the conditions of sensibility for your mind, but the space and time that objects move through in the real world can be mathematically reduced. physical space and time and your brain's conception of space and time are not the same
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>>14504960
the concepts of space and time discussed by Schopenhauer and Kant are an accurate description of our personal subjectives experiences of our own cognition but they are rendered useless for learning more about the objects of cognition and the source of cognition by modern science. once again, philosophers of the past can only describe their phenomenal experience because of the lack of understanding of the causes of their experience. Schopenhauer's "space" is just how we experience space and not real space, it's a background mapping created by our brains that associates each object universally with a position in the three dimensional manifold, it was designed by our brain to efficiently parse perceptual reality, but it's nothing intrinsic to reality, and obviously our brains haven't come close to real space with this mapping algorithm because our idea of space is strictly euclidian

Can you turn any finite computation into a matrix multiply? I feel like you can
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can't implement XOR with a matrix multiply because it's not a linear operation

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What happens in your brain when you try to remember something?
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It makes connections between different things. For example, say you want to remember what you ate for dinner yesterday. This is how your brain operates:

>yesterday
>yesterday I didn't have work
>if I didn't have work, I was bored
>I was bored, so I was in my parent's house
>yesterday I was at my parent's house
>my parents really love chicken
>oh, so I had chicken for dinner!

So the brain remembers one thing, then it tries to make a connection between that thing and something you haven't yet remembered. And it continues this process until you finally remember what you were trying to remember originally. I'm not a neuroscientist but this is my theory.
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>>14504567
It queries a universal consciousness of all knowledge and if you're lucky the memory comes to you.
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>>14504952
>the singular awareness is like internally 1000 eyes that can freely wander the sheets at once?
And of course the hard problem of conciousness, the 2 eyes, send the bagillion light waves a second, to these supposed 1000 eyes, but where and what is the You that sees the light, behind the 1000 eyes? How to escape the infinite regression.

The light waves impress themselves onto specific internal mechanisms, these specfic internal mechanisms chemically and electrically react to this impression, the totality of these descrete and continual reactions have to go/dissipate/reflect somewhere;

So awareness may be many parts, some parts reflect back and forth, this is the recognition of pattern; part 1 gets light wave 1 reflects it across to part 1z, part 7 gets light wave 7 and reflects it to part 7z:

There is brain medium in between the parts, that also are disturbed by this reflection, that take the impression of the wave, and the total still brain pond is continually unstill vibrating with the internal reflections of light waves

Sides and middle, correspond with a match of light waves and their orientation, and this: side A, side Z and middle area of the brain, continually correspond and corroborate the nature of the light wave that entered in it's orientated sequence in relation to all other waves, and it's impression on multiple surfaces and mechanisms, all of these are pooled together and this speedy multi faceted sharing of corroborations is your awareness
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>>14505797
Ummm..yeah... sure..lemme get back to you about that buddy...alright...heh
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>>14504591
for me it feels a lot more like this




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