Griffin wrote: ↑
February 8th, 2018, 4:28 pm
Namelesss wrote: ↑
February 7th, 2018, 10:33 pm
Nonsense, and a non-sequitur fallacy.
It can't be a fallacy, because it is neither a belief nor a logical argument. It's merely a presentation of evidence
Yes it is a non-sequitur fallacy. Look it up.
You attribute 'conclusions' to premises that have no such connection, no matter how you might present it.
Because you alter the parameters of a measuring device does not speak to the device nor to any differences in the perceived results after altering the context of the moment.
No-one is altering any device in the example I gave.[/quote]
This seems to be futile.
A different moment, a different Perspective, will present a different view of Reality!
It matters not a whit whether the Perspective is 'dosed on LSD' or tumors or drunk or sober or is merely a Perspective in deep space, all are unique, all perceive the One unchanging, ALL inclusive Reality/Truth!
All moments are unique.
Vague to the point of meaninglessness.
If you find difficulty in understanding what I offer, simply, honestly, request elucidation. I'm happy to offer it when respectfully and honestly requested.
Your response to the truth that I offered seems to indicate that you'd be more comfortable dismissing it than understanding.