The human mind
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(From the link) "We are not even close to tapping our potential of brain power"
It makes me almost teary eye if i have not be thinking about it for so long. Technology is awesome and so it everything else there that is good, but we don't have an understanding. Albert Einstein, Mark Twin to name two call under (maybe) only limited brain useage. I had a thought today remarking how close i am to understanding the power my brain has and can do. I figured that maybe i was from the earth looking at the sun, it being millions of miles away..or farther. Maybe there is no distance, and its infinite.
I think EVERYONE that has an interest on humanity..but not limited to humanity.
Is ignorance bliss? Hell yes it is.
The human mind has the potential for anything (as per comments)
It is my job as Con to negate this resolution.
If I can provide even one thing that the human mind cannot do, then I win.
There is an extremely large frequency of different colours and lights that our brains cannot process or even begin to understand.
The human mind cannot push itself to exist forever. I don't think I need a source for this, but if you wish to argue this point, I will provide sources in the next round.
We cannot picture a 4 dimensional object.
I will provide more contentions if my opponent is able to successfully counter all three.
You could argue that maybe the person just believes or thinks that the colors they see are different than any other color. You would be wrong because DMT (Dimethyltryptamine) does not change you. It does not make you high like cannabis, or intoxicated like alcohol. The viewer is completely sober, and is seeing everything as it is or could be, reaction to is as if it were real, and in fact is it anyway.
There are no boundaries to the natural psychedelic known as DMT, but I will move on to your other points.
You could argue that hallucinations are not real, and hold no significance as they are false. Who is to say hallucinations are not real. Who is to say this (our shared existence) is not real, but just a collection of memories created by goats. If hallucinations are not real, then neither is real life.
Taking DMT can easily let you witness 4D as there are not boundaries. DMT pushes are brains so far, that see a simple 4D thing is in the early stages of the DMT journey.
Our minds existing forever huh? You might want to source that one. Nothing is certain, but I believe if I take all 3 forms of DMT (4Aco, 5MEO, N,N) I might go braindead from astonishment , and then time TRULY means jack then an infinite, painful or blissful, or painfully blissfull trip will go on and on and on. Even if my body was shot in the head, I would have live for an eternity an infinite number of times with the minutes I had alive.
The mind and body are separate even though they need each other. You can't disprove the existence of an afterlife with the knowledge we have. After you die, your body releases all of its DMT stored from the pineal gland in our brain. The brain lives on after we die for about 7 minutes. In those 7 minutes, there might lie the endless afterlife of existence.
In conclusion, the power DMT is unrivaled in scope.
Anything is possible, believing in anything is possible, and doing anything is of course easy enough with mother's help.
You should all smoke DMT and join my cult!
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