Re: MD Diversity

From: David MOREY (
Date: Sun Mar 21 2004 - 13:13:44 GMT

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    Hi Poot

    Yes, there is no doubt that being human is
    all about a complex set of SQ patterns, many
    unconscious, that one can almost entirely live
    one's life by, but also DQ possibilities and opportunities
    to evolve and find new patterns and lay down new SQ
    forms of life that we can then choose to maintain as useful
    or reject as obstacles.

    David M
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Matthew Poot" <>
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    Sent: Sunday, March 21, 2004 2:37 AM
    Subject: MD Diversity

    > Hi All,
    > Concerning Diversity in the Biosphere,
    > Jim: I am unsure about the quality of diversity per se.
    > I think, that the greater the diversity there is in the biosphere, the
    > it increases the potential for humans (and animals I would suppose) to
    > interact with DQ , on a more frequent basis, or at a "higher" quality?
    > The reason I think this , is for the following reasons:
    > We know that there is the 'stuff' before the cutting edge, and then the
    > actual conciousness (reality/realisation) in our minds, which leaves a
    > of static-history.
    > Now, as we get older, and our static-repertoire (the history of
    > we draw on) grows , we rely more upon our static-repertoire. Sometimes,
    > in the case of pain, it is instinct to learn from mistakes / accidents.
    > still has definite input, constantly.
    > I think that we conciously (for many variety of reasons) make decisions
    > based on this static-repertoire, even if sometimes they seem to be , or
    > 'illogical', or not understandable by anyone(or most), but the self. I
    > think that everyone makes decisions, that aren't always best for the
    > development of themself, but it is hard to see this happening, when you
    > the one doing it.
    > I also think that sometimes, we all make decisions, that sort of turn
    > DQ. It is very hard for me to explain this as it is in my mind, but I
    > try to illustrate it.
    > This is not the whole of reality, mind you, but just some idea about
    > personal realisation I'm trying to communicate. It is very....broad...and
    > misses some things, which I hope we can develop in this thread. Its sort
    > how our decisions affect the coherence in our lives, more specifically,
    > Mind: (Judgement/decisions, etc.) Also includes
    > awareness.
    > Static Repertoire: SQ/History of Experience
    > /---<---<--<--<-\
    > | ^
    > DQ==>Mind===Static Repertoire
    > ^ ____ / \ __>__>__>_/
    > I think that this is one of the ways static patterns affect intelligence
    > humans (and animals I suppose as well). This is because, if we look back
    > upon generations of family, there are not only genetic traits passed on,
    > character traits, and values. Like father, like son sort of thing. So,
    > when these values/traits are imprinted in ones repertoire, than it can be
    > very influential in our decision making, either promoting the branching
    > of thoughts, 'lateral drifting', and generally seeking out the diverse,
    > new, the DQ. However, it can, and is vice versa more often than not, I
    > found. I am also "guilty" of this. Inhibition, seems to be a word that
    > fits?
    > But, I do analyze what I do, and very often realize the 'traits' that make
    > up parts of my personality, which are passed on from my parents (as I'm
    > the same is for you). There is nothing wrong with this, however, there
    > be values passed on which promote the dependency on static-repertoire,
    > upsets a natural coherence. I can't say what the natural balance is,
    > because I don't really think there is one, but I do think that the more
    > relies on the static, the more one becomes static.
    > Mark: And the more patterns participating in coherence, the more severe
    > the coherence - the more evolved it is and therefore closer to DQ.
    > Me: This is important. The more diversity there is, it basically
    > the static-repertoire, and in turn, potentially increasing propensity
    > towards DQ.
    > More 'severe' coherence seems fitting?
    > This is getting long, so I will let you all have a say. Input is greatly
    > appreciated!
    > Poot
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