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Will people still be so fearful of death once they get there? Or will they simply deny that they have already arrived? There's a bomb on this bus, and enough C-4 explosive to 'blow a hole in the world'. Drop below 50, and the bomb goes off -- and that is when the ride really begins...
Not for those with short attention spans.
The 'Asch experiment' is a key plank of ACT realm lore. So goes the story, back in the 1950s, a researcher named Asch proved that although people will conform like sheep in the face of group consensus, a lone voice of reason can break the spell of groupthink.
It is easy to see why this idea appeals to many in the ACT realm, especially those who like a good fix of hopium: Change is only one truth-teller away!
I once fell for the Asch experiment meme myself...
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Is there any real difference between 'objective' and 'subjective' reality? If an individual will not take charge of projecting his own meaning onto the world, then who will do it for him? Some people claim to be in communication with a higher power or greater intelligence -- are they all crazy? And why are so many people in the ACT realm certain that tap water is toxic?
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How much of what you do with your day tomorrow could be predicted by simple algorithms already in use today? As this thing we call 'digital technology' advances further and further, does the average person have anything to 'fear' (as the conspiratards might have us believe), or is this a time of outrageous opportunity for those with eyes to see? What is the point in trying to change a person's mind and is it even a 'good' thing to do so?
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Lindsay joins me live on the verandah to discuss the Dinoskeptic film and so much more. Streamed live on Saturday, 24-Nov-2018.
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