The Unknowables

Unknowable

For the first time in the history of this blog I am going to introduce the Unknowables:

  1. The Unknowables are Unknowables because they are unknowable.

  2. The Unknowables are so obvious that nobody notices them.

  3. The Unknowables have nothing to hide that may attract attention.

  4. The Unknowables have no hidden mysteries.

  5. The Unknowables never clamor to be recognized as Unknowables.

  6. The Unknowables have no permanent self that can be captured and bottled up.

  7. An Unknowable may use a temporary facade for the time being.

  8. Without Unknowables we are left with a Tautological Universe.

  9. One may become suspicious of an Unknowable when one finds “it”  adhering to:

Discussions and what needs to be avoided

The 12 Aspects of Mindfulness

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This is a working document about Unknowables. It may grow as more properties of Unknowables are discovered.

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Comments

  • vinaire  On November 8, 2013 at 5:45 AM

    Mark said,”Also, lower freq. of EM waves can be bent, blocked and curved by magnetic fields.”

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    Can you refer me to actual experimental data in this area. Thanks.

    • MarkNR  On November 8, 2013 at 8:12 AM

      When I drive under power lines, I lose the radio signal, but the sky doesn’t get dark. Shortwave radio will bounce off of the ionosphere, but telescopes can still see clearly. A UHF antenna will gather radio waves to a central point. X-rays cannot be lensed in any manner except by long, slight angle deflection. Strong magnetic fields will affect radio waves but not light or higher EM frequencies. I conducted the car experiment yesterday by accident. I have conducted the shortwave reflection experiment many times.
      Mark

      • vinaire  On November 12, 2013 at 1:32 PM

        What I am interested is in knowing the exact mechanism. Under what conditons does it get bent? Under what conditons does it get blocked? And under what conditions does it get curved.

        I am only aware of Maxwell’s equations.

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        • MarkNR  On November 16, 2013 at 4:49 AM

          Vin:
          “What I am interested is in knowing the exact mechanism. Under what conditons does it get bent?” (EM radiation)
          Actually, Vin, I was kinda asking you. Why do different wavelengths behave differently.

        • vinaire  On November 16, 2013 at 9:00 AM

          I have no idea. Things are what they are.

          My attention goes primarily to inconsistencies. Why things are what they are goes to the bin called “unknowable” until some intuition comes along.

          I don’t figure on it. I just look.

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        • Chris Thompson  On November 16, 2013 at 9:27 AM

          Vin: I don’t figure on it. I just look.

          Chris: The notion that we shouldn’t “figure” on it seems to be a left over inconsistency from Scientology and a false data at that. There is nothing wrong with “figuring on it.” This is thinking and we all do it all the time. Hubbard’s purpose to get us to not think was not coming from his desire to get others to do his bidding without thinking and conditioning us to accept his bridge to total freedom and KSW as truth.

        • vinaire  On November 16, 2013 at 9:50 AM

          When I say, “I don’t figure on it.” I mean, “I let all the vectors align themselves naturally.” I try to keep any sense of self out of the equation.

        • Chris Thompson  On November 16, 2013 at 10:03 AM

          This is a good model but a model nevertheless. Using KHTK mindfulness, I see processes running – many. The urge to know oneself manifests as an application endeavoring to run a self-diagnostic. This is an offshoot of other bodily monitoring and control such as in general the endocrine system. The metaphors of self seem to be the construct of this activity.

        • vinaire  On November 16, 2013 at 3:40 PM

          Read Axiom #0.

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  • anitawarren1  On November 12, 2013 at 9:43 PM

    Vinaire, this is VERY interesting. Thank you!

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