Question: What is something that has never added up correctly in your head? Or, said another way, what is something that simply baffles you and has never made sense either about life, people, or anything? Answer: We all know very clearly – both from life experiences and also through science like quantum physics – that … More How Can Subjective Egoists Connect?!
Question: Can you write something that will fundamentally change how I see the world? Answer: In order to fundamentally change how we see the world, we would need to stop perceiving reality through our inherently egocentric, subjective perception. This way re see a very limited, completely distorted picture of the world around us. Instead we … More Seeing The World Outside Of The Self
Question: What is subjective immortality? Answer: Our perception of reality is 100% subjective, thus whatever we experience, sense is subjective. We can reach a realistic, tangible sense, perception of immortality – without the need to die in the physical sense – when we upgrade our perception of reality. If we – in a unique, closed … More Subjective Immortality
Question: Why we taught what is good or bad, If its all matter of perceptions? Answer: On one hand, even if it is only a matter of perception and we truly live “inside our heads”, in order for our lives, Human society to work, we need some kind of a framework, system in order to … More Good Vs Bad, A Matter Of Perspective
Question: What is the biggest obstacle one might face when entering a research field? Answer: The biggest obstacle we face in science, research is our own, inherently self-justifying, subjective, egoistic nature, perception. This is why we are utterly incapable of researching reality as it is, we have no chance to examine, attain the true “quantum” … More The Subjective Boundary Of Research
Question: What is the difference between truth and falsehood? Answer: At the moment this difference is in the “eye of the beholder”. Due to our inherently egocentric, self-serving, self-justifying and subjective nature we all define for ourselves what we consider “truth vs falsehood”. And it is true even to the “justice” courts, jury, state laws … More Searching For Absolute Truth/Falsehood
Question: What are the main effects of science on our life? Answer: It depends on the science. As we can increasingly see, our usual, classical sciences have hit a wall in exploring our reality, thus they are unable to help us to solve our everyday problems. Most of sciences have become theoretical as especially quantum … More The Perfect Scientist With Quantum Perception