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    Post Re: Things to ponder.....

    Quote Originally Posted by wpvengeance1488
    what makes me wonder though is how much brain power does the average human use.
    It became a fashionable cliche to say that humans generally suse only a small percentage of their brains, and the vast majority goes to waste.

    However I think this is now denied.

    The counter-example is how damgae to only a small part of the brain can have catastrophic effects on the human.
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    Post Re: Things to ponder.....

    hmmm forgive me if i got the wrong idea from the questionWe are all immortal. Today's meaning of dying is somewhat a feared conclusion from lesser evolved beings. you say a universe within a universe? If you are talking about the universe and reality - let me explain a little...

    We live on the 3D grid. It is one of the lowest out of all the grids. Low=bad. You might want to read what I wrote on frequency earlier (you will find that if you want to) High=good. Below our grid is perhaps what humans label 'hell.' You've got to be pretty negative to get there. Almost immediately above us is 'heaven.' A truly classy place. And above that are higher realms for evolved spiritual beings. Our reality is governed by sound, colour, and time. Up there those things are pointless and useless. We experience emotions on the 3D grid. They are a major part of our lives, however when you evolv as a spiritual being, you realise that there are no emotions, and they are merely something you experience in our reality, in the 3D box, a virtual reality eXperiment as it seems.

    If you could make the question more specific it would be helpful!
    I don't think the one who can answer these is the master of all existence though...

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