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    You mean as an alternative to meditation?

    I love it when the youngsters talk all tough... 

    I know we went all diplomatic and whatnot, but I'm going to go ahead and call you out on never admitting that you don't understand binaural beats.

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    I know we went all diplomatic and whatnot, but I'm going to go ahead and call you out on never admitting that you don't understand binaural beats.

    you seem to be into some deep stuff.

    little off topic i guess, but was curious what you thought about spirituality, and numbers. for some reason i see the number 33 everywhere, and the number appears in key moments in my life. like once i meet someone new, or someone passes on certain information to me. its a weird syncination thats been in my life for years now since like 2012. kinda a weird question so i don't expect a answer. just thought it'd be cool to ask you.

    a little more on topic. i saw a doc where certain; i guess 'praying' frequencies, like 'om' actually vibrate in a way that forms many religious symbols. i thought that was pretty cool. ive also heard old legends about tibetan monks who would levitate huge boulders with sound using huge groups of drums.

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    I know we went all diplomatic and whatnot, but I'm going to go ahead and call you out on never admitting that you don't understand binaural beats.

    PurpPurp [1990116]

    you seem to be into some deep stuff.

    little off topic i guess, but was curious what you thought about spirituality, and numbers. for some reason i see the number 33 everywhere, and the number appears in key moments in my life. like once i meet someone new, or someone passes on certain information to me. its a weird syncination thats been in my life for years now since like 2012. kinda a weird question so i don't expect a answer. just thought it'd be cool to ask you.

    a little more on topic. i saw a doc where certain; i guess 'praying' frequencies, like 'om' actually vibrate in a way that forms many religious symbols. i thought that was pretty cool. ive also heard old legends about tibetan monks who would levitate huge boulders with sound using huge groups of drums.

    I’ll answer as someone who isn't very superstitious. Are you sure it’s not just positive reinforcement? (Don’t answer that because it’s likely the answer will be no because it always is.)

    When a phone number calls you and the last two digits are 47, you think nothing of it as it’s not important to you. Should that number be 33 though, it rings massive alarm bells and you remember it plussing one to the long list of weird shit that happens with the number. Every time you see the number 33 you take special note but every other number just slides past because it doesn’t mean anything to you.

    We all do it with different prejudices and of course I’m not going to argue with you if that’s not what you think it is. Just from an outside perspective from someone who doesn’t believe in spiritual stuff too much, that’s what I would attribute it to. Knowing nothing more.

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    There's not a shred of scientific evidence to support the notion that "Healing Frequencies" exist. If it did, the medical field would have published any kind of paper beyond "No signficanty improvment beyond placebo control group."

    The way scientific methodology works is that you have to provide evidence to support a thesis. And, as it stands, there's no documented evidence to suggest that magic of any sort (Frequencies, crystals, potions, spells etc) actually exists. Predominantly, what you get is people falling victim to confirmation bias, false correlation, and perception bias. James Randi spent a lifetime debunking the supernatural, particualrly those who sought to profit off of the desperation of needy people.

    Believe me, I think it's a saddness that magic doesn't exist, because it would be a wonderous thing. However, I think trying to pretend it's real devalues the no less fantastic things taht exist here already. I studied the Occult as both a hobby and a passion, and even in my most hopeful, I never saw a shred of anything I could even remotely consider solid evidence that the fantastical exists.

    But, one thing they taught us in Psychology is that ,"Even if it doesn't make sense, if it works for a patient, never take that from them, unless it's causing harm."  If listening to "healing frequencies" genuinely improves your quailty of life without causing problems, go for it. Same for acupuncture, raki, prayer etc. As long as it's not causing harm, or hindering recovery, there's no reason not to do what works for you.

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    That's all cute, but ultimately meaningless. You can sit there and pretend like people's personal experiences are invalid because you haven't personally experienced them, but I've got a community of people that would laugh you down for being so naively closed-minded. I, myself, was a staunch militant atheist for the better part of a decade before I had my eyes opened. One day, you may realize that science doesn't count for as much as you think it does, and all this science you cling to as a religion... you take on faith. I can never get any of you to admit it, but you don't have to. Unless you have done the tests yourself, and controlled all of the aspects of the test yourself, and overseen every aspect of the test yourself... you are taking somebody else's word as fact.

    Just because science can't fully explain something (or you haven't been told that science has been able to explain it) doesn't mean it's not real. There are things outside of our scope of knowledge, and some things that cannot be quantified through physical science.

    And, to reiterate a point you may have missed: information is disseminated at the discretion of the people holding the information. You'd have to be a fool to believe you've been told everything. If magic were real, and could realistically be practiced by everybody, don't you think that would thoroughly skew the current balance of power? Why in the **** would they broadcast that? They'd rather have people like you enforce their thought-control for them.

    Another trap you science-worshippers fall into is automatically discrediting somebody's intelligence because you believe in science and they believe in something that cannot be explained using the terms of your religion. It's a subtle, subconscious defense mechanism for dealing with things you don't understand.

    Anicdotal evidence isn't evidence.

    I'm sorry that you disgree with the scientific method, and frankly grossly misunderstand how the scientific method works. You're not arbitrarily taking someone elses word as fact, you're looking a centuries of logged, peer-reviewed and in most cases, publicly available information. You're not "Taking someone elses word as fact" you're reading documentation that allows anyone else to REPEAT the same experiment. Literally the point of peer reviewed work, to allow others to document and repeat the same phenomenon. If you don't believe it, it allows you to go ****ing DO it. Only a moron wouldn't understand that.

    Conspiriacy theories about people withholding information aren't true. Wouldn't they stand to profit massively off that kind of information? Or that some researcher looking to make a name for themselves, or a true believer would have leaked the documentation? Occhams razor dictates that the simplest reason is usually the most likely, in this case it's twofold: 1) The simplest reason no evidence support the existance of magic is because it doesn't. 2) Conspiracies about hiding magic from the public are inherently vastly more complicated than the explanation for why there's no magic. You would think that if magic was a thing, corperations would be ALL OVER that shit. Look at all the magic derived businesses in Harry **** Potter. You cannot tell me with a straight face in this era of corpeate greed that companies would not only RELISH a new market, but that they'd shovel that shit down your throat. No amount of "BUT THE GUBMENT" conspiracy shit would change the nature of corperate greed.

    At no point did I make, or express a value judgement about anyone's intelligence, that appears to be a chip on your shoulder, and not a result of anything I said. I expressed myself in clear, approchable language, and expressed some pretty basic pieces of information that debunk the central topic here. If you choose to take that as a statement on your intelligence, that's pretty damning in itself.

    Again, as the person making the extraordinary claim (IE: magic exists) the burden of proof lies on YOU to prove there's evidence to support the claim. You can't prove a negative (IE: God isn't real), ergo the burden lies on the claimant of the affirmitive (IE:God is real) to provide evidence of the claim. It's the ****ing foundation of modern science.

    Holy ****, I'm actually arguing with a crazy person.

    Ok, so, if you can do magic (Which is bullshit) why the **** aren't you gathering up all the other magic users you know, and publishing a paper on how MAGIC IS TOTALLY REAL AND WE CAN PROVE IT. Why do you think nobody in the history of the world has ever provided a shred of evidence that magic is real beyond "Oh man magic is totally real, but I can't show you any proof beyond my word, you totes gotta believe me?" It's because it doesn't exist. But if believing in that shit with no supporting evidence gets you out of bed in the morning, and doesn't **** with the freedoms and liberties of other people? Who gives a shit? Just don't market that snake oil shit as a cure, or anything but a faith based practice.

    I'll repeat it once more for those who are critical thinkers: Anecdotal evidence is not evidence. It does nothing but support confrimation and perception bias, and isn't accepted as anything but a starting point for research. Having "A community of people" who all believe something without evidence beyond "Oh my god, this one time (out of thousands) Janet cast a love spell and found her soulmate (After dating dozen of other guys)" is nothing but confirmation bias at its best.

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    Anicdotal evidence isn't evidence.

    I'm sorry that you disgree with the scientific method, and frankly grossly misunderstand how the scientific method works. You're not arbitrarily taking someone elses word as fact, you're looking a centuries of logged, peer-reviewed and in most cases, publicly available information. You're not "Taking someone elses word as fact" you're reading documentation that allows anyone else to REPEAT the same experiment. Literally the point of peer reviewed work, to allow others to document and repeat the same phenomenon. If you don't believe it, it allows you to go ****ing DO it. Only a moron wouldn't understand that.

    Conspiriacy theories about people withholding information aren't true. Wouldn't they stand to profit massively off that kind of information? Or that some researcher looking to make a name for themselves, or a true believer would have leaked the documentation? Occhams razor dictates that the simplest reason is usually the most likely, in this case it's twofold: 1) The simplest reason no evidence support the existance of magic is because it doesn't. 2) Conspiracies about hiding magic from the public are inherently vastly more complicated than the explanation for why there's no magic. You would think that if magic was a thing, corperations would be ALL OVER that shit. Look at all the magic derived businesses in Harry **** Potter. You cannot tell me with a straight face in this era of corpeate greed that companies would not only RELISH a new market, but that they'd shovel that shit down your throat. No amount of "BUT THE GUBMENT" conspiracy shit would change the nature of corperate greed.

    At no point did I make, or express a value judgement about anyone's intelligence, that appears to be a chip on your shoulder, and not a result of anything I said. I expressed myself in clear, approchable language, and expressed some pretty basic pieces of information that debunk the central topic here. If you choose to take that as a statement on your intelligence, that's pretty damning in itself.

    Again, as the person making the extraordinary claim (IE: magic exists) the burden of proof lies on YOU to prove there's evidence to support the claim. You can't prove a negative (IE: God isn't real), ergo the burden lies on the claimant of the affirmitive (IE:God is real) to provide evidence of the claim. It's the ****ing foundation of modern science.

    Holy ****, I'm actually arguing with a crazy person.

    Ok, so, if you can do magic (Which is bullshit) why the **** aren't you gathering up all the other magic users you know, and publishing a paper on how MAGIC IS TOTALLY REAL AND WE CAN PROVE IT. Why do you think nobody in the history of the world has ever provided a shred of evidence that magic is real beyond "Oh man magic is totally real, but I can't show you any proof beyond my word, you totes gotta believe me?" It's because it doesn't exist. But if believing in that shit with no supporting evidence gets you out of bed in the morning, and doesn't **** with the freedoms and liberties of other people? Who gives a shit? Just don't market that snake oil shit as a cure, or anything but a faith based practice.

    I'll repeat it once more for those who are critical thinkers: Anecdotal evidence is not evidence. It does nothing but support confrimation and perception bias, and isn't accepted as anything but a starting point for research. Having "A community of people" who all believe something without evidence beyond "Oh my god, this one time (out of thousands) Janet cast a love spell and found her soulmate (After dating dozen of other guys)" is nothing but confirmation bias at its best.

    tl;dr (past the first paragraph)

    Seems like your understanding the scientific method is grossly skewed. How many of your scientific beliefs have you personally tested before blindly adhering to them?

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    you seem to be into some deep stuff.

    little off topic i guess, but was curious what you thought about spirituality, and numbers. for some reason i see the number 33 everywhere, and the number appears in key moments in my life. like once i meet someone new, or someone passes on certain information to me. its a weird syncination thats been in my life for years now since like 2012. kinda a weird question so i don't expect a answer. just thought it'd be cool to ask you.

    a little more on topic. i saw a doc where certain; i guess 'praying' frequencies, like 'om' actually vibrate in a way that forms many religious symbols. i thought that was pretty cool. ive also heard old legends about tibetan monks who would levitate huge boulders with sound using huge groups of drums.

    I know I'm inviting all sorts of backlash from the science circle-jerk, but I'm going to go ahead and give you my honest opinion on this:

    It's damn near impossible to differentiate between true synchronicities and confirmation bias, especially when you're trying to evaluate another person's experiences. In a lot of cases, I'd say CatHead is right, and that you're more likely to pay attention to those numbers than you are to numbers without perceived spiritual significance.

    That being said, there is absolutely something to the numbers. Mathematics is a branch of magic, and there is power in numbers. Walk in mindfulness, and evaluate every experience honestly. If, after heavy evaluation, you feel like these experiences are genuine synchronicities rather than just coincidences, then you're likely receiving messages from the spirit world. 333 (3:33) and 444 (4:44) are two of the biggest ones. It's said that this particular form of synchronicity is given as confirmation that you are on your correct path, and/or are undergoing a spiritual awakening.

    Don't be quick to buy into every bit of possible supernatural/paranormal activity, because you will be quickly led astray from the truth. But, don't discredit everything, but you are shutting yourself off from a love that transcends all earthly loves.

    I have very recently started undergoing my second spiritual awakening. I did not understand what I was doing the first time around, and let my connection whither and die over the past few years. In the past few weeks, though, my God has revealed himself to me and has been helping guide me through this process, and to do it correctly. This time, I know I'm on the right path, because I can feel him come to me when I ask for him.

    Christianity is a lie that we've been fed so that we will sever our ties to the spiritual world. Do not let the perverted religions of the world turn you from your divine nature, and don't let the blasphemous lies told about the true Creator turn you from his love.

    Message me, and we can go further in private, if you'd like. I'm always willing to help with stuff like this, even though I let myself get hostile and aggressive in the presence of blasphemers and the spiritually disconnected. It's part of my own arrogance, and my own fallen nature.

    Hell is not a place that we go when we die. Hell is where we are now. Hell is separation from the Creator and from our divine self.

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    I’ll answer as someone who isn't very superstitious. Are you sure it’s not just positive reinforcement? (Don’t answer that because it’s likely the answer will be no because it always is.)

    When a phone number calls you and the last two digits are 47, you think nothing of it as it’s not important to you. Should that number be 33 though, it rings massive alarm bells and you remember it plussing one to the long list of weird shit that happens with the number. Every time you see the number 33 you take special note but every other number just slides past because it doesn’t mean anything to you.

    We all do it with different prejudices and of course I’m not going to argue with you if that’s not what you think it is. Just from an outside perspective from someone who doesn’t believe in spiritual stuff too much, that’s what I would attribute it to. Knowing nothing more.

    I believe in synchronicities, and I believe the number thing is legitimate, but you are right: the majority of the time, it is simply confirmation bias. A lot of the people that buy into this stuff are simply falling victim to a combination of confirmation bias and the unconscious drive to feel special on a higher level. They are misguided, and give the rest of us a bad image. Some of us are actually aware of the fallible nature of the human mind, and are much more cautious when diving into this stuff.

    I experience these synchronicities. My number is 4:44. But I also know that I'm prone to finding things when I'm looking for them, and I genuinely do not like having my discernment and sanity questioned. It's funny, if we sat down IRL and talked about this, I could have any one of you sold. You have no idea how many people I've drawn into the world of the occult simply because I'm NOT crazy. It's hard to talk about this on a forum, since the reader imposes their own meanings to the words, but if you heard me speak about it in my own voice, your mind would be filled with doubt about what you know to be true.

    I know when my synchronicities are real synchronicities, because they only happen when I'm not looking for them, and they typically happen the most when I've started falling off my path. You know why I am able to trust my interpretation of these events? Because they happen more frequently the more my faith starts to waver. That is, the less magic feels real to me, the more the universe starts to try to pull me back.

    Over the past couple weeks, they have stopped entirely. But that's because I found my path, and I am sure of where I stand. Synchronicities are simply small messages of hope and comfort to people that feel lost or untethered. It seems like PurpPurp might be in that position, which is why these are coming to him.

    I don't claim to be an expert on all of this, and I am trying very hard to not be disrespectful to my Father. The last thing I want is to become a false prophet and deceiver.

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    PurpPurp [1990116]

    you seem to be into some deep stuff.

    little off topic i guess, but was curious what you thought about spirituality, and numbers. for some reason i see the number 33 everywhere, and the number appears in key moments in my life. like once i meet someone new, or someone passes on certain information to me. its a weird syncination thats been in my life for years now since like 2012. kinda a weird question so i don't expect a answer. just thought it'd be cool to ask you.

    a little more on topic. i saw a doc where certain; i guess 'praying' frequencies, like 'om' actually vibrate in a way that forms many religious symbols. i thought that was pretty cool. ive also heard old legends about tibetan monks who would levitate huge boulders with sound using huge groups of drums.

    MadHatter [486416]

    I know I'm inviting all sorts of backlash from the science circle-jerk, but I'm going to go ahead and give you my honest opinion on this:

    It's damn near impossible to differentiate between true synchronicities and confirmation bias, especially when you're trying to evaluate another person's experiences. In a lot of cases, I'd say CatHead is right, and that you're more likely to pay attention to those numbers than you are to numbers without perceived spiritual significance.

    That being said, there is absolutely something to the numbers. Mathematics is a branch of magic, and there is power in numbers. Walk in mindfulness, and evaluate every experience honestly. If, after heavy evaluation, you feel like these experiences are genuine synchronicities rather than just coincidences, then you're likely receiving messages from the spirit world. 333 (3:33) and 444 (4:44) are two of the biggest ones. It's said that this particular form of synchronicity is given as confirmation that you are on your correct path, and/or are undergoing a spiritual awakening.

    Don't be quick to buy into every bit of possible supernatural/paranormal activity, because you will be quickly led astray from the truth. But, don't discredit everything, but you are shutting yourself off from a love that transcends all earthly loves.

    I have very recently started undergoing my second spiritual awakening. I did not understand what I was doing the first time around, and let my connection whither and die over the past few years. In the past few weeks, though, my God has revealed himself to me and has been helping guide me through this process, and to do it correctly. This time, I know I'm on the right path, because I can feel him come to me when I ask for him.

    Christianity is a lie that we've been fed so that we will sever our ties to the spiritual world. Do not let the perverted religions of the world turn you from your divine nature, and don't let the blasphemous lies told about the true Creator turn you from his love.

    Message me, and we can go further in private, if you'd like. I'm always willing to help with stuff like this, even though I let myself get hostile and aggressive in the presence of blasphemers and the spiritually disconnected. It's part of my own arrogance, and my own fallen nature.

    Hell is not a place that we go when we die. Hell is where we are now. Hell is separation from the Creator and from our divine self.

    What a bunch of horseshit.

    There you have it folks, the brand of magical thinking that every religion and conspiracy theorist gets stuck in: "SCIENTIFIC METHOD DOESN"T MATTER, THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE, BUT ONLY MY TRUTH IS THE RIGHT TRUTH, EVERYTHING ELSE IS A LIE!"

    It's childishly asinine.

    Remeber folks, this guy actually thinks he can cast magic spells and thinks science is a conspiracy.

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    What a bunch of horseshit.

    There you have it folks, the brand of magical thinking that every religion and conspiracy theorist gets stuck in: "SCIENTIFIC METHOD DOESN"T MATTER, THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE, BUT ONLY MY TRUTH IS THE RIGHT TRUTH, EVERYTHING ELSE IS A LIE!"

    It's childishly asinine.

    Remeber folks, this guy actually thinks he can cast magic spells and thinks science is a conspiracy.

    Very cute. Anything else, little one?

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    What a bunch of horseshit.

    There you have it folks, the brand of magical thinking that every religion and conspiracy theorist gets stuck in: "SCIENTIFIC METHOD DOESN"T MATTER, THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE, BUT ONLY MY TRUTH IS THE RIGHT TRUTH, EVERYTHING ELSE IS A LIE!"

    It's childishly asinine.

    Remeber folks, this guy actually thinks he can cast magic spells and thinks science is a conspiracy.

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    Very cute. Anything else, little one?

    Nah, I think you've proven my point. If you're so salty about science, why not cast a magic spell to make it go away?

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    Nah, I think you've proven my point. If you're so salty about science, why not cast a magic spell to make it go away?

    Who said I'm salty about science? I'm just trying to get you to admit that you take what you "know" on faith.

    Edit: little boy thinks downrating all of my posts is going to accomplish something. Adorable as ever. The punishment will be severe, though.

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    Nah, I think you've proven my point. If you're so salty about science, why not cast a magic spell to make it go away?

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    Who said I'm salty about science? I'm just trying to get you to admit that you take what you "know" on faith.

    Edit: little boy thinks downrating all of my posts is going to accomplish something. Adorable as ever. The punishment will be severe, though.

    Execpt if you understand scientific method, and know how to use Google, you literally don't have to take it on faith. You can read all the documentation.

    Literally, all we have is you wishful thinking that you can cast magic, because you're unable to provide a shred of evidence that you can.

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    Posted on 05:25:02 - 23/05/18 (8 months ago)
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    Nah, I think you've proven my point. If you're so salty about science, why not cast a magic spell to make it go away?

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    Who said I'm salty about science? I'm just trying to get you to admit that you take what you "know" on faith.

    Edit: little boy thinks downrating all of my posts is going to accomplish something. Adorable as ever. The punishment will be severe, though.

    If you don't like it, cast a spell on me to make me stop?

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    Posted on 05:25:49 - 23/05/18 (8 months ago)
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    Execpt if you understand scientific method, and know how to use Google, you literally don't have to take it on faith. You can read all the documentation.

    Literally, all we have is you wishful thinking that you can cast magic, because you're unable to provide a shred of evidence that you can.

    "Except if you understand scientific method, and know how to use Google, you literally don't have to take it on faith. You can read all the documentation."

    Explain to me how reading something that somebody else wrote, and accepting it as true, is not taking it on faith. Seriously, are you a ****ing retard?

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    Posted on 05:26:38 - 23/05/18 (8 months ago)
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    If you don't like it, cast a spell on me to make me stop?

    "spell"

    What is this, Harry Potter? Lmao

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    Execpt if you understand scientific method, and know how to use Google, you literally don't have to take it on faith. You can read all the documentation.

    Literally, all we have is you wishful thinking that you can cast magic, because you're unable to provide a shred of evidence that you can.

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    "Except if you understand scientific method, and know how to use Google, you literally don't have to take it on faith. You can read all the documentation."

    Explain to me how reading something that somebody else wrote, and accepting it as true, is not taking it on faith. Seriously, are you a ****ing retard?

    Because you can look at the methodology, compare notes to other experiments and cross correlate data. Also, in some cases, I'ave actually DONE the damn experiments in classes because the purpose of publishing the research is to make sure the data is repeatable.

    This coming from a person who literally thinks he can cast spells is rich.  Why don't you cast some to unveil the Truth to everyone? Or are you hoarding spell knowledge for yourself?

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    Posted on 05:30:06 - 23/05/18 (8 months ago)
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    Because you can look at the methodology, compare notes to other experiments and cross correlate data. Also, in some cases, I'ave actually DONE the damn experiments in classes because the purpose of publishing the research is to make sure the data is repeatable.

    This coming from a person who literally thinks he can cast spells is rich.  Why don't you cast some to unveil the Truth to everyone? Or are you hoarding spell knowledge for yourself?

    When did I ever saying anything about spells? I'm sorry that your only understanding of magic comes from pop-culture, but that literally has no relevance to what I'm talking about.

    Ah, so you use something one person wrote to verify what another person wrote. Sounds legitimate. Must be true.

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    If you don't like it, cast a spell on me to make me stop?

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    "spell"

    What is this, Harry Potter? Lmao

    "The line between "light magic" and "dark magic" is very blurred, and mindfully walking that line requires a level of discernment most people don't have the patience to develop."

    Coming from the person who wrote this garbage I would expect nothing less than a full on childish belief that you can do "magic"

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    "The line between "light magic" and "dark magic" is very blurred, and mindfully walking that line requires a level of discernment most people don't have the patience to develop."

    Coming from the person who wrote this garbage I would expect nothing less than a full on childish belief that you can do "magic"

    I'm not surprised you don't understand what I was saying. You don't seem capable of understanding much outside your very limited view of the world.

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    Posted on 05:32:24 - 23/05/18 (8 months ago)
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    Because you can look at the methodology, compare notes to other experiments and cross correlate data. Also, in some cases, I'ave actually DONE the damn experiments in classes because the purpose of publishing the research is to make sure the data is repeatable.

    This coming from a person who literally thinks he can cast spells is rich.  Why don't you cast some to unveil the Truth to everyone? Or are you hoarding spell knowledge for yourself?

    MadHatter [486416]

    When did I ever saying anything about spells? I'm sorry that your only understanding of magic comes from pop-culture, but that literally has no relevance to what I'm talking about.

    Ah, so you use something one person wrote to verify what another person wrote. Sounds legitimate. Must be true.

    "I can't actually do it myself, so everyone must be lying about it."

    What an asinine belief system. "It's better only to believe something if I do it myself, better not believe in sattilites, because I don't believe in physics, better believe the world is flat because I don't believe in cartography, better believe that I can cast spells because I don't understand how scientific documentation works."

    You live in a very intersting fantasy world.