. .within possibility is an idea, even a constant idea like maths. Maths + idea = physical reality. Idea = dimentionality. dimension change linearly, dimension called time. in spacetime is persistent virtual energy flux called particle, around particle is force relation, you stay near me particle thats how this thing works. You change that and there will be more focused energy here.
We are just trying to prove we are more particle than probability
I have been looking for a way to synchronize an encrypted Truecrypt volume. This is a tricky problem, as a truecrypt volume is simply a large (possibly several GB) file, which appears as a disk drive when mounted with truecrypt. I have been looking into this technology lately as a method to have a safe location to store documents which which can’t be accessed by anyone else. Truecrypt is perfect for this, and as I have been listening on security now lately, it is still pretty much a very impressive solution for encryption on windows – and it’s free. I have heard bad things about dropbox being able to access your whole computer and similar things so truecrypt seems a perfect solution. So I’m very satisfied using the various simple to use options truecrypt has, the next problem is backup. I want to be able to backup my encrypted volume. The encrypted truecrypt volume is simply a large file sitting on my computer, each time I modify the contents of the volume, the encrypted volume changes. Herein lies the problem, I need to be able to backup only the part of the volume that has changed – otherwise for example if I change the name of a file in the truecrypt volume, the whole volume would need to be resynchronized with the backup location. This is called Block level synchronization, where only modified parts of a file are synchronized. Dropbox does Block level synchronization, so it is possible to use dropbox with a truecrypt volume – but that still has the problem of using dropbox… The best source of various solutions I found is here. The one I have got to work is Syncovery, there are others on GitHub which were free, but Syncovery seems the best option – even if it does cost ~$35.
This allows me to have a remote backup of a truecrypt volume – where the remote location doesn’t need access to the contents of the volume. With this solution only encrypted noise is sent out of my computer to the backup 🙂
To get this to work:
Create Truecrypt volume (needs to be a volume not a partition so the sync software can access the encrypted data).
Set truecrypt to change modification date when modifications are made. (Settings>Preferences>Windows>Uncheck Preserve modification…)
Create Syncovery Profile (with block level mode).
– Select Advanced Mode from the start screen
– Create New profile with Standard Copying mode
– Select Partial File Updating (in the Special tab sheet)
Since my backup drive is portable, I attached it and synchronized it locally.
After the first synchronization, it will create a database of the files, so the second time should be much faster. I tested this by putting the backup on a remote machine over wifi and making a small change to the contents of the source truecrypt volume. It ran through the whole 12GB volume in no time at all 😀
“When “act of genocide” was used in the 1997 landmark report Bringing Them Home, which revealed that thousands of Indigenous children had been stolen from their communities by white institutions and systematically abused, a campaign of denial was launched by a far-right clique around the then prime minister John Howard.”
“Known as “the intervention”, the media played a vital role. In 2006, the national TV current affairs programme, the ABC’s Lateline, broadcast a sensational interview with a man whose face was concealed. Described as a “youth worker” who had lived in the Aboriginal community of Mutitjulu, he made a series of lurid allegations. Subsequently exposed as a senior government official who reported directly to the minister, his claims were discredited by the Australian Crime Commission, the Northern Territory Police and a damning report by child medical specialists. The community received no apology.”
(this one is pretty personal).. In my continuing search for fulfillment, I found the video “The Great Porn Experiment”. This video really may have uncovered some habits out of alignment with my true self. I’ve been looking through various modalities of personal development and spirituality for the past few years and this is one area I hadn’t really looked into as problematic. Last year I saw a video of a talk with Gabor Mate about addiction which basically talked about addiction being choosing a short term gain at the expense of the long term (excellent video). I’ve cut out alcohol, due to bad hangovers and not enjoying the experience of being drunk. Been eating healthy and cut out gluten – to avoid inflammation n stuff which I didn’t really previously believe. I’ve even been all the way over to Peru to drink Ayahuasca to heal unconscious unprocessed trauma, which brings me to the present. This ‘porn experiment’ thing ties into some things which Ayahuasca showed me.. all revolving around sexual identity. My ability to tie it to something in my control surrounds testosterone and hormone levels. After returning from Peru I was surprised when I had some emotional crashes. By changing various habits, I was able to discern that hormone levels played a very strong role in this complex dynamic of my mood – to the point of extending beyond simply a crappy mood. It was around this time through various searching I found the above mentioned video. The video talks about depression and things of similar caliber being eased with this whole ‘nofap’ experiment.
The yourbrainonporn.com website has a page What benefits do people see as they reboot? (reboot meaning resetting neural pathways by not feeding a porn addiction)
Benefits sited include:
-No Brain Fog
-More Confidence/Less Social Anxiety
Those sound like things I definitely want to have running smoothly. Reiterating: hormone levels play a very strong role in this complex dynamic of my mood. The website has a lot of info regarding neuroscience n stuff like that – don’t care so much about the scientific justifications etc – just want to know about what they call ‘rebooting‘ and if/how it works. So Porn and Fapping are two different things. The site talks about how over stimulus with porn creates a brain pathway ‘rut’ – associated with the addictive behavior and it’s unwanted modification of normal functioning. The basic rule shown is “No artificial sexual stimulation during your reboot.” The second part asks “To masturbate, or not to masturbate, that is the question” – where ‘rebooting’ is different for each person in this case… I found discovering the role hormones played in my mood is very dramatic, so this info would appear to include me in the case study of all college students in the ‘use porn’ category (as opposed to the none in the ‘no porn’ category)…
I’ve also received some supplements which I was hoping would also help (Maca and Mucuna Pruriens) and I’m still looking into the correct use and preparation of them (from amazon customer reviews)
In summary: It seems like I hijacked my own mind by cheating my brains understanding of potential mates. Perhaps porn short circuits the very seed of the system of male confidence… literally :/
What is crazy about the collective human experience is (in part lets say…) that it is pervasive throughout a lifetime, yet, once a person exits the collective reality, they don’t come back. Ever. There is this massive machine called the present, and it appears as this collective movement, transitioning the fluid of time. Yet when you leave this reality, dream or otherwise, you leave for good, like after the English language is noise in the sparkle of a grain of sand from forever ago. This blog post was brought into realized probability by the number #BREAK and the song Spy Vs Spy by Critical Choice, which I am listening to atm. Frag out
Text copied from Ura P Auckland’s facebook photo post:
It saddens me to see how many Australians have fallen for what is an absolute commercial play.
I am pro-data on vaccines, not pro-vaccine, not anti-vaccine. I worked in the business of medical science and science for 15 years.
There are reasons for the right vaccines for the right disease.
There are also appalling vaccines like HPV that should never have come to market, and which as I have shared before I know HPV disease experts who won’t have that vaccine administered to their kids.
The Vaccine Adverse Effects Reporting Agency exists for a reason. Anything injected in the body will have side effects and some people do die.
I have no interest in engaging in endless debates with pro-vax people or anti-vax people. Life is never just black or just white. If you have been wound up into a black or white position you are ignoring some of the data, and supporting one or other vested interest.
James Murdoch was a Director of Glaxo Smith Kline one of the largest vaccine manufacturers in the world. He decided not to stand for reelection in 2012 is the official story, but the vaccine media strategy was already born, now it served GSK better if Murdoch was not tied to them: Plausible Deniability they call it in the game.
One could wonder why a drug and vaccine company needed the skills of a media expert on its board. But one doesn’t need to wonder too long.
The Murdochs were successful in having NSW Law passed on the supposed public support manufactured by the Murdoch Press for NoJabNoPlay.
Now Abbott has handed his masters NoJabNoPay and GSK and their cohorts will be slapping themselves on the back in the board room.
Australia, you have been played.
I am all for management of epidemiology, I am also very much for proper peer reviewed science and rigour in searching for side effects and creating better vaccines. Side effects are real as you can see on any drugs legal disclaimers inside the box in small print.
Science is funded by business in 95% of cases today folks, and so too is media and PR.
Join me in the middle ground and look for the truth not one side or the others propaganda.
“You experience things the way you define them.
Your definitions absolutely color and filter your experience of physical reality because physical reality is just your projection. Physical reality doesn’t exist without your perception of it. It doesn’t exist on its own empirically. It exists in a variety of ways on its own because everything exists. But your experience of physical reality doesn’t exist until you create an idea, a perception, a definition for yourself in order for you to experience it.