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  1. #1 I am nobody. It's a pleasure! 
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    Well here I am. Certainly by accident and curiosity. I'm an average person with an average job, with nothing to prove but everything to learn.

    I hope you see me as a sponge, just absorbing and processing the information I read and (hopefully) understand. I know nothing, I am nothing (especially not in the eyes of some who frequent these forums).

    It's a pleasure to meet you.


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    I'll see you as a sponge....



    Welcome aboard but watch out for the wenches!


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    Hooray!
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    Cosmic, I have a notion that you and I are going to run into each other frequently on this forum, and we'll enjoy many discussions in the future!

    So, you're from Earth. I here it's rather nice.
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    Greetings and salutations, ByA.

    Do you think you could have devised a longer forum name, lol?

    Here is the current word of the day which I just posted on another vector of virtual reality where a few of us are playing an 'Alphabet, Topic' game.

    iqueme adj. agreeable, pleasing



    Suggested use in a sentence:

    Annie Git-Yer-Gun wasn't your average innocuous if not iqueme sort of soul in sequined silk chaps and steel-toed stilettos who hung around the popcorn, punch and palaver bowls at the Rocking Horse Saloon waiting for an invitation to a tiddlywink tournament.
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    It's funny that THAT is the word of the day. I immediately found myself on a science forum met with a very disagreeable person if I may.

    So, just so I can better navigate my way through the forums, my interests lately have been directed toward the research behind consciousness - which, to my understanding is still in a very controversial stage of scientific consideration (if it will be considered for scientific research at all, looking at both materialist and duelist perspectives to understand where we came from, etc).

    My question is: What pages should I look at to discuss topics like this?
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    Its the way nature is!
    If you dont like it, go somewhere else....
    To another universe, where the rules are simpler
    Philosophically more pleasing, more psychologically easy
    Prof Richard Feynman (1979) .....

    Das ist nicht nur nicht richtig, es ist nicht einmal falsch!"
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    Ah, yes. The redheaded stepchild corner. I suppose I shall find myself here most of the time.
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    Hi and welcome - another one on consciousness/free will here
    "And we should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once. And we should call every truth false which was not accompanied by at least one laugh" Nietzsche.
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