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Consider this:

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   A condemned man is told the following:  “Speak! If you lie, you will be hanged. If you tell the truth, you will be put to the sword.”

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How did he answer?

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[To find out, go through the DOOR.]

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   The prisoner says: “I will be hanged!”

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   What happened?

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   After much tortured discussion, the jailers decide they have no choice but to release him.

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   According to Robert Lanza¹, author of Biocentrism, “Language is rife with a myriad of contradictions that we merely ignore.” He goes on to reiterate several paragraphs later, Logic and verbal language are the wrong tools for the job of understanding quantum theory. Math works much better (but even then merely shows us how it operates, but not why it is as it is.” And a few paragraphs later, “Mystery is never disproof.”

   Biocentrism, from which all this was taken, is quite a–very readable–ride!

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  ¹ Robert Lanza, MD, is a controversial genius, first recognized as a teen who altered the genetics of a chicken in his basement, bringing his results to Harvard Medical School researchers. Later, with formal training, he cloned a threatened wild ox from skin cells that were frozen a quarter century earlier. He has done significant research on blindness, particularly macular degeneration, and being the first to clone stem cells from adult humans. He is Chief Scientific Officer of Advanced Cell Technology and Adjunct professor at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. In 2014, Time selected him as one of 100 of the most influential persons in the world.