2021.10.19 17:05 DEMOPAN-TF2_69 They forgot sonic:(
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2021.10.19 17:05 Ill_Illustrator_6259 Salve
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2021.10.19 17:05 c00fer I blame myself everyday, me, watercolor, 2021
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2021.10.19 17:05 mcdonnellpenguin How cool is that! Melon makes dreams come true.
How I love SwagboyQ. I'm a fan of him. He has 20 million subscribers on TikTok. How handsome he is. And then I find out that he is subscribed to Melon! I found out here:https://twitter.com/MELON_ooo_
And now there is a chance to meet him in Los Angeles, because I am with Melon too. I found out about Melon recently. Here is everything about it : https://melon.ooo/ In short, such talents as SwagboyQ record their content here, create their own collection, transfer it to NTF, and we can buy it from them and trade it later as a token. How glad I am that I found out about Melon!
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2021.10.19 17:05 Codingforever Which Canadian Tire in Ottawa has self checkout?
2021.10.19 17:05 TheRealJaluvshuskies I feel like I have a death touch with technology and it's frustrating beyond words [vent]
Hi, I'm here to let this off my chest, and I don't want to come across as just someone who's annoyingly complaining and entitled, but venting. It's so unbelievably frustrating, and I'm hoping someone can relate and understand
For reference, I'm a techie (I also work in the IT industry) and I've pretty much always felt called to this field since I was at least in middle school. Fast forward, I got a degree in IT at Purdue University, which is what my career is in nowBack on the actual topic - I run into endless issues, I take extremely good care of my tech and I'm very careful. I'm talking like between 2-4 different issues a month, that doesn't include issues that are are "fixed" and will inevitably break again. I feel like I can't go a week without something going wrong. It feels like nothing ever works well, and nothing I have is really that cheap to break so much either. (3070ti, amd ryzen 7 5800x, dual monitors 144hz and 1440p/1080p, CM keyboard, SS mouse, SS headset, OnePlus 6T, Galaxy Buds Live. I spend more time troubleshooting at home than I do relaxing and enjoying myself after work. I'm stuck doing stuff I do at work, so really, I'm always working
Also, sidenote - I know that I'm also very blessed. I'm not filthy rich, but I grew up in a nice area (nothing like the Hamptons though), I'm young and have access to these things. A lot of people around the world don't, so I don't want to come across as ungrateful or snotty. But can I be allowed to be frustrated?
Video games are one of my hobbies for most of my life. And it has been something I haven't been able to enjoy more and more because of frequent issues. I want to be able to get home from a long day, and play wholesome games with friends, or have my own time and play a nostalgic game like Zelda Ocarina of Time, or just beat that single player game that just came out. Even streaming, which kept having issues, I gave up on. I love unique, fun gadgets to use, take on the go, or keep on my desk
2021.10.19 17:05 yummyyummytrash Hello, I'm here to give you a false impression of myself to make you like me
I'm a happy go-lucky and physically active person who enjoys pizazz in all shapes and sizes. Being so interested in everything means we won't lack any activities to engage in together, be it videogaming, watching movies or listening to music, there's no mundanity that we won't mutually enjoy! Let's cultivate this friendship that will last until the end of days. See you soon and stay beautiful!
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2021.10.19 17:05 BescotBanter Oldham Athletic v Walsall: How You Can Watch & Listen Live
2021.10.19 17:05 EXTRMLY dreamsexual? come on that’s dumb. i don’t care if yall call me dreamphobic, i am happy if you do
2021.10.19 17:05 Vantoasty I WANT TO TRADE YORU
2021.10.19 17:05 BDobalina001 Cosmic Queen ~D57. All over the place with these three, last one got broke but should still amount to something!
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2021.10.19 17:05 Fit-Satisfaction-992 Link?
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2021.10.19 17:05 Mimetic-Musing Is it a contingent fact that we partially prehend?
I am a huge fan of Hartshorne and Whitehead--however, I am wondering if we now can expand their thinking. I love the idea that reality is filled with occasions of experience. In order to unite quantum phenomena with experience, we discover that electrons (for example) are very similar to occasions of experience: they emerge out of a past, are indeterminate, and "decide" among alternatives.
In order to explain even the most mundane physical phenomena, say magnetism, we use terms like "attraction and repulsion". That is, we draw on analogies to our experience. If we merely described magnetism in terms of equations, we would be able to make predictions, but nothing would be explained. We can only say, "aha, I get it", when we explain things in terms of our experience. In other words, our experience serves as the transcendental vantage point by which we understand reality.
Now, this leads to the subject/object distinction as belonging to a continuum. I experience other subjects as objects because of partial prehension. Some elements are left out, but my experience is really related via causal efficacy because my experience is contiguous with a series of occasions grounded in the object (subject) I am perceiving. However, something is lost in an object's intrinsic nature as I appropriate it for my purposes. The only reality that prehends fully is God in his consequent nature.
The Kingdom of God in John Cobb
John Cobb suggests that the Kingdom of God is very much like the consequent nature of God. There, when each occasion ceases, our lives are "re-membered" and redeemed by God, in part, because Godself prehends us fully. We are redeemed as our lives are held fully in God's consequent nature, and continue to receive deeper meaning in fuller relation to the past that is lost to us, and to the future.
This had me thinking, what would the arrival of the Kingdom of God on Earth mean?
Then I ran into the thought of the cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman. His main idea is that natural selection will produce in subjective agents an "interface", or low resolution heuristic, of the realities of our environment. This is similar to the thought of Alvin Plantinga, who argues that materialist naturalism is incompatible with rationality because evolution shaped our rational faculties by survival imperatives, not truth.
Naturalists would argue that survival imperatives secure the integrity of our rational faculties, while Plantinga would argue that survival imperatives and truth can be radically divorced. Hoffman's view is a middle ground view. Hoffman's is the most plausible to me, as it seems our faculties have been shaped by survival imperatives, but also that this influence is of a radically distorting kind. Perception in the mode of causal efficacy shows that we are in touch with external realities, but the lesson of Modern philosophy and science is that our experience is filtered through our categories.
Hoffman and Whitehead both agree that reality is fundamentally composed of subjectivities. We only experience the world of objects because of partial prehension. Our experience of other subjectivities involve the latter's becoming "objectified" as certain features are lost and other features are creatively appropriated by us.
The Contingency of Partial Prehension
If Hoffman is correct however, then it is only an evolutionary contingency that we partially prehend other subjects. In certain experiences where goals align and empathy reigns, we get closer to full prehension of other subjects. When I empathize with other humans well, I prehend their experiences in a way closer to how God does because nothing is left out or appropriated.
In evolution, it seems the more competition has played a role in survival, the more we only partially prehend other subjects of experience. In other words, partial prehension has a contingent ground in the competitive aspect of evolution. To the extent evolution involves cooperation and movement in a similar direction, our faculties are closer to the truth because in cooperation mental states become more closely aligned and literally translated between subjects.
This implies that partial prehension, on our side of the metaphysical continuum, is contingent. That we appropriate experiences, forget most of the history experiences emerged from, etc--is not metaphysically necessary. Therefore, the fact of perpetual perishing is a contingency.
The Arrival of the Kingdom of God
Might it be that the more we imitate the sermon on the mount, and the more we do science, the more we will prehend other subjects in their full reality? Could the Kingdom arrive on Earth when creatures on our side of the metaphysical divide accord fully with the way God prehends us? Might enacting theological virtue literally change our very biology, and the constitution of the subjects around us?
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2021.10.19 17:05 KYLYKaHYT What do you call a Native American Transformer toy?
2021.10.19 17:05 Mastermind04_YT Added a grave yard and a tower to my world (re-upload)
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2021.10.19 17:05 Vailhem An Extraordinary 500-Year-Old Shipwreck Is Rewriting the History of the Age of Discovery
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2021.10.19 17:05 madandsticky Help deciding on a TV
I am trying to decide between a 75 inch lower priced model (e.g., TCL 5/6 series) or 65 inch OLED like the Sony A8H/A80J... Should I go with the smaller higher quality tv or the larger screen? I'm sitting about 9 feet from the screen. Thanks for your advice!
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2021.10.19 17:05 Botboy10812 Some people probably thought this was going to go close to a dollar today sold they’re positions went into different trades lost more money then looked at cei just out of curiosity then was like WTF did I do
2021.10.19 17:05 klinkersstyle Spelar datum man mönstrar roll?
Har alternativen att mönstra antingen nu om någon dag eller i mitten på november. Skulle jag ha ett större urval av befattningar om jag mönstrade snarast då platserna kan ta slut, eller kan jag vänta till ett mer passande datum? Läste på ett forum att det är ett nytt system nu förtiden och att det inte är "först till kvarn" som förr.
Skulle uppskatta er expertis
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2021.10.19 17:05 Wrangler2019 Swim in Peace my little buddy ❤️
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2021.10.19 17:05 Tsuikyit_The_VIP I’ve officially proved my dominance in class
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2021.10.19 17:05 Puzzleheaded_Hour393 Newark airport—Port Authority bus or NJ Transit?
Traveling to Newark from Brooklyn. Plan was to take the C to Penn Station and hop on NJ transit, but I realized I could also get off at the port authority stop. I only have one suitcase and my flight leaves at 9am. What would the pros and cons be? What method would you all suggest? Thanks I’m advance.
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2021.10.19 17:05 Donovin44 No ban pls
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2021.10.19 17:05 IAm_Expert Mac mini m1 vs macbook pro m1
After what apple announced yesterday, i took the decision to buy either Mac mini m1 16gb ram with 512GB / 1TB storage or Macbook Pro M1 16GB Ram with 256GB storage. My work usually at Final cut Pro, Photoshop, Xcode. I do have 3 external hard drives. So what do you advise ?!
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2021.10.19 17:05 flagellant_snail 30 M, Fire away
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