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Should news media air the individual politics, that people have towards individual daylights?

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People on different days have different perceptions of daylight; should news networks air the individual politics, that people have towards individual days, such as Tuesday and Thursday?

I write this, while in the middle of reading Screen Rant's review of Scream 5, due to Melissa Barrera representing The Cloning Intelligence
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You read some crazy ones here, but this just about takes the cake.
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Terrapin Station wrote: Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:07 am You read some crazy ones here, but this just about takes the cake.

By individual politics, what is meant is is individual judgements or perceptions of daylight that people may have. So members of the Kremlin on a Tuesday could have a particular perception, of daylight, whereas members of an American rock band could have no perception of daylight, say on a Friday of the same week.

By individual daylights, what is meant is every daylight that has ever existed, from a daylight in 1998, when The Phantom Menace was being filmed, to a daylight in 2020, while Boris Johnson was overseeing efforts to combat the pandemic.

Should news media air every known instance, of when people (famous or not) have a politics against daylight?
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What does the Time Cube tell us about this?
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Terrapin Station wrote: Sat Jan 15, 2022 7:37 pm What does the Time Cube tell us about this?


I just looked up the Time Cube on Wikipedia, and don't understand it.

In any case, I still believe in the power of news media, and the power of the idea that every person has not just politics, but individual politics about not just daylight, but about individual daylights. Do you concur, that every person has individual politics towards individual daylights?
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Terrapin Station wrote: Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:07 am You read some crazy ones here, but this just about takes the cake.
Well, since it’s a relative thing it’s what one makes of it, be it complaint or something else.
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trokanmariel wrote: Sat Jan 15, 2022 3:40 pm
Terrapin Station wrote: Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:07 am You read some crazy ones here, but this just about takes the cake.

By individual politics, what is meant is is individual judgements or perceptions of daylight that people may have. So members of the Kremlin on a Tuesday could have a particular perception, of daylight, whereas members of an American rock band could have no perception of daylight, say on a Friday of the same week.

By individual daylights, what is meant is every daylight that has ever existed, from a daylight in 1998, when The Phantom Menace was being filmed, to a daylight in 2020, while Boris Johnson was overseeing efforts to combat the pandemic.

Should news media air every known instance, of when people (famous or not) have a politics against daylight?
When and if journalists roamed the earf such reporting of daylights would require at least a balancing nod to night lights and tiny lights in order to put the alleged daylights into relative perspective.

However, since that road has led to the current state of affairs, then we can examine two possibilities.

Either such balance never existed in journalism and the standard of comparison is an unachievable ideal, or else the effect of balanced reporting eventually swings to unbalanced reporting from propaganda outlets financed by special interests willing to take a loss, rather than financed by advertising revenue that requires a profit to survive.

A third possibility is that the cause and effect of balanced reporting leading to truth ain't what it's cracked up to be, which has led to propaganda outlets replacing news outlets, or perhaps led to just being relabeled.
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Walker wrote: Wed Jan 19, 2022 10:11 am
trokanmariel wrote: Sat Jan 15, 2022 3:40 pm
Terrapin Station wrote: Sat Jan 15, 2022 1:07 am You read some crazy ones here, but this just about takes the cake.

By individual politics, what is meant is is individual judgements or perceptions of daylight that people may have. So members of the Kremlin on a Tuesday could have a particular perception, of daylight, whereas members of an American rock band could have no perception of daylight, say on a Friday of the same week.

By individual daylights, what is meant is every daylight that has ever existed, from a daylight in 1998, when The Phantom Menace was being filmed, to a daylight in 2020, while Boris Johnson was overseeing efforts to combat the pandemic.

Should news media air every known instance, of when people (famous or not) have a politics against daylight?
When and if journalists roamed the earf such reporting of daylights would require at least a balancing nod to night lights and tiny lights in order to put the alleged daylights into relative perspective.

However, since that road has led to the current state of affairs, then we can examine two possibilities.

Either such balance never existed in journalism and the standard of comparison is an unachievable ideal, or else the effect of balanced reporting eventually swings to unbalanced reporting from propaganda outlets financed by special interests willing to take a loss, rather than financed by advertising revenue that requires a profit to survive.

A third possibility is that the cause and effect of balanced reporting leading to truth ain't what it's cracked up to be, which has led to propaganda outlets replacing news outlets, or perhaps led to just being relabeled.
First, thank you for your response.

You've projected the status quo political apparatus onto this edition. This edition, meaning the topic of daylight being aired by news media, and the status quo meaning lobbying, and corporatism's conflict of interest.

With regards to the third possibility, that you raise, I'll take the position that propaganda can only manifest when and where the data being used is false, or a mirror. If CNN or the BBC were to actually air the topic, of people's interest in daylight from say 1998, that would be a complete change of news media ethos. Do you agree?
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You're welcome, in the spirit of the thread titles.

Not if agreeing involves a signature and a dotted line.

Daylights is about all nature can offer. Nightlights is more interesting, chiaroscuro shadows and amber pools down there from jet height. However if grounded, city lights are still worlds from boring old nature.

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Walker wrote: Wed Jan 19, 2022 7:04 pm You're welcome, in the spirit of the thread titles.

Not if agreeing involves a signature and a dotted line.

Daylights is about all nature can offer. Nightlights is more interesting, chiaroscuro shadows and amber pools down there from jet height. However if grounded, city lights are still worlds from boring old nature.

FPM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY0C00rhXVc

Daylight forces people to reset, which violates society's momentum arc; if it's proven, that society is needed by the source of daylight, surely that would make a compelling case for news media to destroy the universe via daylight's airing.

Daylight needs round, and round needs half and half as identical; half and half as identical is the logic of the life force's body. This extends to eyes, (I'm being guided in spirit, by Skeet Ulrich's Billy Loomis here) which is the fullness of reality being repeated. Thus, the violation is existing twice.
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:)

Trust in Skeet, but don't turn your back.

Yet like a round body each reset strives for the past continuity of roundness if roundness is the set point, and the reset occurs within moments of consciousness involuntarily orienting awareness in time and space, and then all the rest of it falls into place. That is, unless everything changes. Therefore, the only forcing done by Daylight upon people is the integration of the senses with a new continuity. And what is meant by integration? It means applying the new continuity into the world of rules and regulations without getting locked up for violating one or two via situationally inappropriate behavior.

Given the Appalachian flavor no doubt derived from the Elizabethan ways of the old settlers and carried on by Uncle Skeet, or invaders if that’s your wont, and summarized by violations of this and that according to society’s descent, indeed the roundness of daylight is either there or not, either of which is a 50/50 possibility if one happens to lose track of where the exist or exit ramp should be, in places where nightlight is like daylight but without the back ground clutter.

And to be fair, a government department is responsible for highway markers and if they fall short this should be reported to the proper authorities, which is either the same or another government department.


Ned Beatty, RIP.
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Walker wrote: Wed Jan 19, 2022 9:50 pm :)

Trust in Skeet, but don't turn your back.

Yet like a round body each reset strives for the past continuity of roundness if roundness is the set point, and the reset occurs within moments of consciousness involuntarily orienting awareness in time and space, and then all the rest of it falls into place. That is, unless everything changes. Therefore, the only forcing done by Daylight upon people is the integration of the senses with a new continuity. And what is meant by integration? It means applying the new continuity into the world of rules and regulations without getting locked up for violating one or two via situationally inappropriate behavior.

Given the Appalachian flavor no doubt derived from the Elizabethan ways of the old settlers and carried on by Uncle Skeet, or invaders if that’s your wont, and summarized by violations of this and that according to society’s descent, indeed the roundness of daylight is either there or not, either of which is a 50/50 possibility if one happens to lose track of where the exist or exit ramp should be, in places where nightlight is like daylight but without the back ground clutter.

And to be fair, a government department is responsible for highway markers and if they fall short this should be reported to the proper authorities, which is either the same or another government department.


Ned Beatty, RIP.

Thanks for the description.
Last year, I came up with the schematic, of the 2D left to right sequence informing the violation logic, of daylight being an infinity over which is a symmetry.

I'll elaborate:
Daylight is over land, and both land and daylight are constants. Infinity belongs to the 2D sequence and to daylight's over, making the infinity a violation, since the 2D sequence is the never-disappearing infinity.
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trokanmariel wrote: Wed Jan 19, 2022 10:11 pm Thanks for the description.
Last year, I came up with the schematic, of the 2D left to right sequence informing the violation logic, of daylight being an infinity over which is a symmetry.

I'll elaborate:
Daylight is over land, and both land and daylight are constants. Infinity belongs to the 2D sequence and to daylight's over, making the infinity a violation, since the 2D sequence is the never-disappearing infinity.
No need for the formalities. Participation is evidence of attention, which is thanks enough. Comprehension is icing, sweet and rare.

Sure, there are all kinds of relationships, but the content is only details. A relationship is between awareness and object. The object can be a person, place, thing or thought, perceived in light or darkness, in dimensions with or without space or time, and if with either then perhaps even altered from customary experience and expectations of these trail markers.

However, all of this activity is a second-nature attempt at ordering what is, so that what is in alignment with experience and expectations. The what that is, is the eternal present and the attempted ordering is to align with what was, and what should be. Of course what was and what should be risk being merely notions because when they were originally contrived and now viewed from memory, they were in fact founded in part upon subjective past memories, which in turn were formed when distracted from the actual events of that present time, and so imagination tip-toes behind objectivity and fills in the gaps caused by the thought-generated distractions, distractions that can supply things lacking in the original reference event such as a dramatic movie-score to accompany what the eyes beheld, to make it more real like in the movies, which is not so much a satirical comment as it is noting just how complex folks can be due to societal conditioning. For example, those who witnessed the space shuttle blow up decades ago had a lot of gaps to fill in between sensory experience and comprehension.

You may ask, how does politics and the media balance with and relate to your interest in rotund, spherical daylight viewed 2-dimensionally through the fragmented lens of relatively tiny, man-made lights? Indeed, you may. And at this juncture, this fork in the road easily straightened by no choice, the hands will either go a-flutter with the incomprehension of it all resulting in labeling of the channeled messenger to re-establish order in the universe, or philosophy ensues just as most mining processes do ensue: by either blowing everything up on the surface and sifting through the rubble, or by burrowing down into mountains where it gets hot, mountains gauged by speculators to be filled with potential.

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Walker wrote: Thu Jan 20, 2022 10:12 am
trokanmariel wrote: Wed Jan 19, 2022 10:11 pm Thanks for the description.
Last year, I came up with the schematic, of the 2D left to right sequence informing the violation logic, of daylight being an infinity over which is a symmetry.

I'll elaborate:
Daylight is over land, and both land and daylight are constants. Infinity belongs to the 2D sequence and to daylight's over, making the infinity a violation, since the 2D sequence is the never-disappearing infinity.
No need for the formalities. Participation is evidence of attention, which is thanks enough. Comprehension is icing, sweet and rare.

Sure, there are all kinds of relationships, but the content is only details. A relationship is between awareness and object. The object can be a person, place, thing or thought, perceived in light or darkness, in dimensions with or without space or time, and if with either then perhaps even altered from customary experience and expectations of these trail markers.

However, all of this activity is a second-nature attempt at ordering what is, so that what is in alignment with experience and expectations. The what that is, is the eternal present and the attempted ordering is to align with what was, and what should be. Of course what was and what should be risk being merely notions because when they were originally contrived and now viewed from memory, they were in fact founded in part upon subjective past memories, which in turn were formed when distracted from the actual events of that present time, and so imagination tip-toes behind objectivity and fills in the gaps caused by the thought-generated distractions, distractions that can supply things lacking in the original reference event such as a dramatic movie-score to accompany what the eyes beheld, to make it more real like in the movies, which is not so much a satirical comment as it is noting just how complex folks can be due to societal conditioning. For example, those who witnessed the space shuttle blow up decades ago had a lot of gaps to fill in between sensory experience and comprehension.

You may ask, how does politics and the media balance with and relate to your interest in rotund, spherical daylight viewed 2-dimensionally through the fragmented lens of relatively tiny, man-made lights? Indeed, you may. And at this juncture, this fork in the road easily straightened by no choice, the hands will either go a-flutter with the incomprehension of it all resulting in labeling of the channeled messenger to re-establish order in the universe, or philosophy ensues just as most mining processes do ensue: by either blowing everything up on the surface and sifting through the rubble, or by burrowing down into mountains where it gets hot, mountains gauged by speculators to be filled with potential.

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I appreciate your commentary, on the reality of subjectivity.

I just had a Recovery College zoom meeting, about Journaling. I read our development on this thread, as well as the overall development of the thread, and the outcome was appreciation but dismissal; the dismissal was inevitable, from the context of egalitarianism of everyone having their time and say, however, it led to me coming up with a new dimension on the issue of sunlight (not artificial light) . . .


After being asked by one of the administrators, overseen by Karis (a very therapeutic administrator), about my self-reflection goal, and me having then said that it was "CNN to air that every person in Afghanistan has not just politics, but individual politics towards not just daylight, but individual daylights", the new dimension on the overall issue occurred to me: to give this self-reflection goal daylight's very own power.


What is daylight's power? To my mind, it is the eternity of analysis that knows no hostility. To a degree, at least.
In any event, if the public of Afghanistan are to be bequeathed, with the intelligence of individual attitudes toward individual daylights, it's ironic that the daylight power can know The Rule Of Two (being guided by Queen Amidala here) without the analysis being harmed.

In essence, what I mean by this is that the source of daylight's analysis derives from The Rule Of Two, meaning that a principle around biology needing two of something creates the source of daylight, and thus, the location of Afghanistan as the public identity of bequeathment is perhaps an ironic location (due in most part to Afghanistan's political identity).

To be more layman:
Should CNN or the BBC air that every person in Afghanistan has not just politics, but individual politics towards not just daylight, but individual daylights?
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To my mind, it is the eternity of analysis that knows no hostility.
Fascinating. By golly, that very well could be it.

Well, given that the universe can be distilled to what and how one knows, and in reading a number of observations from here and there, for some inexplicable reason other than it had to happen the thought appears that as an image of God who had effectively lost or surrendered his identity to the will of God, the individual Bach lost his individuality and became immortal while his body still lived, and that freed his brain to connect with mind to the extent that he perceived music from the celestial spheres, perhaps hummed by angels.

What’s interesting is that he reinforced the identity of one created in God’s image, by himself creating according to his celestial-connecting capacity, via tapping into the structure of energy-frequency organization, i.e., repeatable energy-packets of sound frequencies structured into specific relationships, and intertwined into new harmonies of relationship.

If he had gone further he might have applied those energy-ordering skills to multi-dimensional light frequencies, but he was limited by the technology of his time, although choicelessly free (as God’s agent) to organize the building blocks of sound that were available to him.

From whence did this thought appear? Indeed. The only connection to your train of thought lies in the nature of identity, servitude, ego, purpose, and manifestations of awakened capacity such as demonstrated by Bach, which leads to the possibility that not only does this flow from that, but eventually that will begin to flow from this.
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