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10 hours ago, Wu Ming Jen said:

Thats a superior price are you going to trade in the bugatti?  You could get 4 ripsaws. 

 

I live in a rural area with miles of off road trails and un maintained class 4 roads accessed from my house.The ripsaw is a bit overkill for my trails so the side by side utv does just fine.

 

These trading routes are used mainly by animals so lots of deer and black bears. The black bears keep stealing my trash cans and bring them into the woods for a bite to eat.

 

One night our cat brought us a present, a squirrel located right outside the front door which I stepped on .I picked it up and threw it of the deck hitting a deer in the yard by accident.

 

This week my sister was visiting staying in the downstairs bedroom and there was a baby brown bunny in here room from leaving the doors open. I could not believe she shut the door and went to sleep. She said to me A baby bunny is not going to hurt me.

 

I am going severely off topic but the influence of trading routes or trails around me have a direct impact it is just when the bears are on the deck that's not so cool with me.

Some of those bunnies have sharp, pointy teeth, you know...

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24 minutes ago, Nungali said:

 

yeah ..... that was my point  ...  :huh:     .

 

They worried about snakes and spiders when they come here , yet they have bears at home !  

 

UNless  ......  

 

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Holy shit! I knew that cute & cuddly routine was a facade.

 

Sneaky bastards...

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3 hours ago, Nungali said:

and Plato argued against rule by force and might being right , he was Greek wasnt he

 

 

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"Thus Plato has the dubious honor of being one of the first thinkers in the Western tradition to advocate death for a thought-crime."

 

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=6&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwig1Jv5oJTVAhWFD8AKHWTrCBwQFgg-MAU&url=http%3A%2F%2Fpolitics.virginia.edu%2Fgeorgeklosko%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2Fsites%2F8%2F2016%2F09%2Fplato6.pdf&usg=AFQjCNHmMvparUxcTJ6UbHgt6pS8kabF_g

 

pdf Plato's Political Theory.

 

 

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Persuasion and Force in Platonic Politics - Princeton University

www.princeton.edu/~mslane/lane_Persuasion_English

Recently and powerfully revived in Platonic scholarship has been the claim that .... and virtue, does not rule out force as a possible means of inculcating virtue.


 

 

See it's not what Plato said or didn't say that is the issue as much as his wrong mathematics!

 

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There Socrates says that the task of a good citizen, a task in which Pericles and the other putatively great politicians of Athens were scarcely if at all superior to their usually reviled successors , is that of ‘using persuasion or force (peithontes kai biazomeno) to get the citizens to become better (ameinous)’ (517b, my modification of translation).#  This passage underlines the fact that the standard contrast is deployed as often to yoke the two alternatives together as possible means, as it is sharply to distinguish them as legitimate and illegitimate means respectively.  It also demonstrates that the deep Platonic link between knowledge, as attained by reason, and virtue, does not rule out force as a possible means of inculcating virtue. 

So your "pop-science" reading of Plato is wrong.

 

As I stated http://peterkingsley.com has pointed out that Plato was wrong about Physis - and not just Physis - Plato was wrong about real Pythagorean philosophy based on complementary opposites, natural resonance, as Taoist philosophy.

 

You say I want to ban anything not to do with Taoism? Nope I just don't want to fixate on the fake solutions.

 

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Cyrus the Great in Biblical Prophecy : Christian Courier

Isaiah refers to Cyrus as Jehovah's “shepherd,” the Lord's “anointed,” who was providentially appointed to facilitate the divine plan. God would lead this monarch ...

Is Donald Trump a Modern-Day Cyrus? — Charisma News

www.charismanews.com › Opinion › In the Line of Fire
Mar 10, 2016 - First, Cyrus, a non-Israelite king, is called God's anointed, a term ... as a vessel of divine judgment, was called by God to send the Jewish ...

Cyrus The Great Favored By God - VEDA

www.veda.harekrsna.cz/connections/Cyrus_The_Great_Favored_By_God.txt

Feb 21, 2009 - Why does God in the Bible glorify a pagan Persian king? ... We can all learn from Cyrus that we are brothers and sisters of the same divine God, ..

 

 

 

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The Travels of Cyrus: To which is Annexed, a Discourse Upon the ...

All the soldiers sent up shouts of joy, and looked upon the prince of Persia as a divine man sent by the gods to save Sparta in her weak and tottering condition.

 

 

 

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Cyrus the Great - Livius

www.livius.org › Articles › Person › Cyrus the Great

Jul 1, 2017 - Cyrus takes Babylon: the capture of Babylon by the Persian king Cyrus the ... We may speculate that Cyrus considered himself to be on a divine ...

 

 

And then you claim repeatedly that because I didn't "authenticate" your quote with the "stamped" date and time - therefore it was not a "real" quote. haha. That is quite a claim. I already went back and re-posted your quote with your "required" date and time "official stamp" to "certify" it as "really" from you - as if you can deny something until proven otherwise. You pretend you didn't write something because it wasn't "stamped" correctly? haha. That's hilarious.

 

Nice standards. Then you have to make reference to ejaculation and before you replied to me with a porn shot of New Age Egyptian Ma'at as a porn goddess. That's because of your energy level btw and maybe the mods would consider that harassment on your part - but then I suppose the mods standards are too low on this website. haha.

 

Yep - that's real "authenticate" Taoist training. haha. Hilarious.

 

Good luck with your fake analysis of Aryans. Hilarious.

 

I was wondering why you kept being so squirrelly about why "Caucasian mummies" did not refer to old Aryan Empire "race" - haha. Oh course not even though you put the "Caucasian mummies" in the same sentence in your OP then soon after referred to "Aryan Europe" and then claimed that Europeans came from Indo-Iranians, not Indo-Europeans. haha. Then when I called you on it - you state -  Europeans are not from Indo-Europeans but rather were more influenced by Prometheus as a Zoroastrian God. haha.

 

Good luck getting over those hang ups about your secret Aryan influence of Europe fixation. Again it has nothing to do with Taoism. But you see that a lot on this website - what do you expect from Westerners supposedly interested in Taoism - most of them here can't get over their other preoccupations.

 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, Nungali said:

 

;You say I gloss over the invasion      then you say there is evidence for 'change when they entered ' 

 

D N A   evidence of an invasion  ?   

 

I dont think you really know what you talking about

 

http://raiot.in/the-aryan-invasion-theory-is-finally-proven-right-science-1-hindu-right-wing-0/

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 To cut a long story short, the genetic evidence suggests that the Aryan Invasion Theory is probably on the money.

http://raiot.in/the-aryan-invasion-theory-is-finally-proven-right-science-1-hindu-right-wing-0/

 

Of course you don't know what I'm talking about - because for you "ignorance is bliss" -

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A more recent paper by 16 researchers led by Martin Richards is consistent with the Moorjani paper, and provides much more emphatic evidence.

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What’s more, it really was an invasion and not a peaceful migration.

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What’s more, the dating of this infusion (around 2000 BCE) matches the collapse of the Indus Valley Civilisation to an astonishing degree.

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The genetic evidence very clearly and strongly suggests an invasion of India by men from Central Asia. The Aryan Invasion Theory was therefore on the money.

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Let’s think about this for a moment. No infusion of matrilineal DNA occurred during the 2000 BCE period, but there was an infusion of patrilineal DNA at that time. In other words, a large group consisting almost exclusively of men entered India at that time. What’s the probability that this was an army as opposed to a nomadic community of men, women and children? I’d have to say the evidence very strongly suggests an armed invasion.

 

 

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8 hours ago, Marblehead said:

And after all, the Koala is related to the Tasmanian Devil.

 

 

Genetically or culturally ? 

 

:) 

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Aryan Invasion theory debunked  ; The 'Indian view '

 

http://indiafacts.org/aryan-invasion-myth-21st-century-science-debunks-19th-century-indology/

 

" The Northern people in India got especially sucked into this interpretation of history because it made the “Aryan” northerners appear racially closer to the white races of Europe."

 

http://uwf.edu/lgoel/documents/amythofaryaninvasionsofindia.pdf

 

Gosh , that one makes the Aryan Invasion theory seem  racist !   ;) 

 

There was no Aryan invasion- the Rigvedic people were already established in India no later than 4000 BCE. This means as correctly pointed out by Suzanne Marie Sullivan Aryans invading Indus valley was a hoax .  "

https://www.quora.com/Is-Aryan-invasion-theory-correct-or-not

 

One of the main ideas used to interpret—and generally devalue—the ancient history of India is the theory of the Aryan invasion. "

https://www.sol.com.au/kor/16_01.htm

 

" an inter-continental research in cellular molecular biology has debunked the Aryan invasion theory. "

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-new-research-debunks-aryan-invasion-theory-1623744

 

The Aryan invasion theories and the eternal nature of caste are for India similar to ... is increasing evidence that the Aryan invasions never took place."

http://genetics.med.harvard.edu/reichlab/Reich_Lab/Press_files/Fountain Ink - December 2013 - Cover.pdf

 

 "It is not widely known that the European quest to appropriate the highly prized library of Sanskrit’s ancient spiritual texts motivated the construction of the “Aryan” race identity, one of the ideological roots of Nazism " 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rajiv-malhotra/how-europeans-misappropri_b_837376.html

 

According to that one , people who try to prove Aryan Invasion Theory support nazisim   ;) 

 

 

I could go on ....         but I do say chaps ,,, its all rather old fashioned English post-Victorian, semi-occult  imperialist stuff ,eh what ? 

 

Image result for post victoruanupper class british lord

 

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