Steve, this from your blog...............
For many situations I find a subjective belief system incredibly useful. When the objective viewpoint is giving me confusing data or mixed signals, considering the subjective side often provides tremendous clarity. But in some situations it’s just the opposite, and I find an objective framework more suitable. I do my best to focus on the right tool for the job, knowing that my senses and beliefs are only low-res maps of a high resolution reality.
This seems to contradict the main theme of your podcast 'The True Nature of Reality' how can you spend years trying to figure out what you believe, decide on SR and then now say 'I now accept every different kind of idea and float between everything as it suits me'????
I've also seen you comment that SR is just a view point and not the truth? Further contradiction I think, how can you accept SR on any level and then say it's not true??
Steve, you have many people (2M+) a month searching for answers, sharing your views. You can't expect people to adhere to your site when you state something as a belief of yours and then say, you believe everything.
I think you're on a very slippery slope my friend.
Last edited by Max Power; 04-26-2007 at 11:10 AM.