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@Alex-Look at it this way, there is a chance that your belief is accurate, but the chance of every belief being accurate is not possible. So the chance of any one belief being accurate is 1 divided by the all the other infinite possibilities, an unimaginably small number.
My attempts to validate these fairly commonly held beliefs was approached with wilful optimism, not with a “this is BS” perspective. The only insight I have is that beliefs can take on any form and can range anywhere from highly probable to highly improbable, and that in assessing the probability it is necessary to remove belief from the analysis.
I’ve played with one, i did a test, it knew the number i was thinking off so i thought it was all in my mind and my had was subconciously controlling it. I gave it another test and it knew the D.O.B of one of the guys in the room when neither i or anyone else playing and that guy wasnt playing. I think playing with the board is inviting spirits in to your world.
@Alex, how can you think it’s bullshit when you don’t understand it? I find it funny coming from a guy who thinks God is the number zero.
I tried it out. I don’t think I’ll ever fully recooperate. The lights were flickering, the door was flying back and forth. It all went bad in seconds.
That was a month ago and just a few minutes ago a vase in my house shattered. It could have been the wind, I don’t know.
What is happening?
@Mime-I concur, but can’t grasp how every possibility can co-exist on the same planet at the same time. I can’t be here and there at the same time. My reference to infinite possibilities is with respect to belief, not what is. What is, is constantly changing, but at any one moment in time it just is what it is. We don’t necessarily understand it, we can apply beliefs to try and explain it, but at the end of the day it is what it is, not an infinite number is “is’s”. I can believe anything I want, but thinking it doesn’t make it so.