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31 August 2019 17:07
 
 
 
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01 September 2019 07:37
 

Very interesting.  Thanks.

Next time, though, give us a hint of what the link is about so we do not use “Gunn” to quickly filter out your message for being too brief to get “Drew’s” attention.

 
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01 September 2019 10:18
 

Thanks.  Kinda sorta goes with trioonity.

 
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01 September 2019 10:37
 

Also lines up with current cognitive understanding of info processing and decision making.
If ‘you’ are ‘drew’ and ‘gunn’ is (loosely speaking) our subconscious, then ‘gunn’ making decisions before drew is even aware a decision is necessary goes along with many current models.

 
 
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01 September 2019 11:50
 

This seems like progress. Not bad for a two-tiered or bioonish system.

Gunn is a blurring of Hippo and Mr. Now or, primary and cinematic perceptions. Drew is a blurring of Mr. Now and Mr. Flashlight or, cinematic and narrative perceptions. He need only break it into three with the 4-chunk part placed in the middle to nail the basic trioon layout.

He is correct in that narration can be a painful effort like holding up a bucket of sand.

Did I hear chunk and limit in the same sentence? He says 5 but what happens is actually 4 and 1. If Gunn’s ‘chunk’ perception is separated from his primary perception, the chunk perception’s rhythmic nature would be plain to see. I give points for spotting where chunks break into narration and Drew gets involved as if a separate function that was not yet involved and had to be called upon for assistance.

He talks like it is still a zero-based model, which makes two characters freaky enough. Three would be bonkers! …but only until we break the illusion of zero and walk away from its cult.

It is only a matter of time.

 
 
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02 September 2019 11:59
 

Where does consciousness fit into any of this, including Trioonity?

 
 
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03 September 2019 04:57
 
Cheshire Cat - 02 September 2019 11:59 AM

Where does consciousness fit into any of this, including Trioonity?

Unless one insists, it does not have to fit in, even in the Gunn and Drew model.

Drew can see what Gunn is working with and apply his long thinking to it. Gunn can benefit from Drew’s efforts only by perceiving the result of them. It is a bi-perceptual system of two gleans.

Why add consciousness to it? Why be a witness when one can be a participant?

Many spend most of their day being Drew helping out Gunn even when Gunn would be fine on his own. Many spend most of their day being Gunn listening to Drew’s guidance. Education and CT skills make more Drews. Watching Fox News makes more Gunns. Drew dreams of a thoughtful society that Gunn will need constant assistance to live in. Gunn desires a simple world that comes in a few chunks and does not need Drew.