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Friday, 1 December 2017

Meet - Slow Day (Original Mix)

you know, hump day is my Nemesis, its a very, "slow day", moving at very high speed as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Meet - Canto En Cali (Original Mix)

you know, we hear the, "Canto En Cali", (Singing In Cali, {Santiago de Cali usually known by its short name Cali}, is the capital of the Valle del Cauca department, and the most populous city in southwest Colombia), the golden water sing's as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Gehölz - Oak (Original Mix)

or how about the, "Oak", (a tree or shrub in the genus Quercus Latin oak tree, of the beech family, Fagaceae. There are approximately 600 extant species of oaks. The common name oak also appears in the names of species in related genera, notably Lithocarpus stone oak, as well as in those of unrelated species such as Grevillea robusta silky oaks and the Casuarinaceae she-oaks. The genus Quercus is native to the Northern Hemisphere, and includes deciduous and evergreen species extending from cool temperate to tropical latitudes in the Americas, Asia, Europe, and North Africa. North America contains the largest number of oak species, with approximately 90 occurring in the United States, while Mexico has 160 species of which 109 are endemic. The second greatest centre of oak diversity is China, which contains approximately 100 species, Throughout the major cultures of Europe the oak tree has been held in high esteem. To the Greeks, Romans, Celts, Slavs and Teutonic tribes the oak was foremost amongst venerated trees, and in each case associated with the supreme god in their pantheon, oak being sacred to Zeus, Jupiter, Dagda, Perun and Thor, respectively. Each of these gods also had dominion over rain, thunder and lightning, and it is surely no coincidence that oak trees appear to be more prone to lightning strikes than other trees, whether because of their wood's low electrical resistance or the fact that they were frequently the largest, tallest living things in the landscape. The Druids frequently worshipped and practised their rites in oak groves (the word Druid was probably a Gaelic derivation of their word for oak, Duir, and meant men of the oaks). Mistletoe, probably the Druids' most potent and magical plant, frequently grew on oak trees and its presence was believed to indicate the hand of God having placed it there in a lightning strike. Ancient kings presented themselves as the personifications of these gods, taking on the responsibility not only for success in battle but also the fertility of the land, which relied on rainfall. They wore crowns of oak leaves, as a symbol of the god they represented as kings on Earth. Similarly, successful Roman commanders were presented with crowns of oak leaves during their victory parades, and oak leaves have continued as decorative icons of military prowess to the present day. Oak leaves' connection with rainfall also survived in more recent folklore in a variety of similar rhymes about which tree's leaves appeared first, such as the Irish saying:
If the oak before the ash,
Then we'll only have a splash.
If the ash before the oak,
Then we'll surely have a soak!
The spiritual appreciation of oak did not cease with the advent of Christianity, however, although many oak groves were supplanted by early Christian churches. St. Columba was said to have had a fondness and respect for oak trees and to have been reluctant to fell them, though his early chapel on Iona was constructed of oak from the nearby Mull oakwoods. St. Brendan was divinely inspired to use oak boards instead of traditional hides to cover his coracle, which legend says may have carried him to the New World some thousand years before Columbus, In Greek mythology, the oak is the tree sacred to Zeus, king of the gods. In Zeus's oracle in Dodona, Epirus, the sacred oak was the centrepiece of the precinct, and the priests would divine the pronouncements of the god by interpreting the rustling of the oak's leaves. Oak trees are a common tree with hundreds of applications. Oak trees produce acorns that can be used in certain foods and beverages, wood that is used in various types of construction and even in the aging of wine. Chances are you've encountered something made of oak at some point in your life.Various species of oak wood are commonly used in household furniture like tables, chairs, cabinets, bookcases and other miscellaneous storage units because of its appealing look and sturdy composition. Many households have wood flooring made of oak and oak lumber is often produced for other construction projects.Natural Medicine, Certain oak bark has positive medical properties used to treat a variety of health conditions. White oak is often included in creams because it contains calcium, zinc, iron and vitamin B12, according to Learning Info. Tea made from white oak bark has also been said to aid in curing gallstones and kidney stones as well Wine barrels are often made up of oak wood—most notably white oak. The wine ages in these barrels while the oak wood enhances its flavor. Cork oak is the type of wood used to seal wine bottles as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Mariano A.S - Ceibo (Original Mix)

you know, nature has been telling us, how to perfect ourselves for millennia, take the, "Ceibo", (the national tree of Argentina, and its flower the national flower of Argentina and Uruguay. This species characteristically grows wild in gallery forest ecosystems along watercourses, as well as in swamps and wetlands. In urban settings, it is often planted in parks for its bright red flowers, Erythrina crista-galli, often known as the cock-spur coral tree firemans cap, or cry-baby tree is a decidious and thorny tree, is a flowering tree in the family Fabaceae, native to Argentina, Uruguay, southern Brazil and Paraguay. It is widely planted as a street or garden tree in other countries, notably in California. It is known by several common names within South America: ceibo, seíbo, (Spanish), corticeira (Portuguese) and the more ambiguous bucaré, to name a few. Its specific epithet crista-galli means cock's comb in Latin, referring to a cockerels red fleshy comb), The root is a taproot with nodules produced by nitrogen-fixing bacteria. The bacteria live in symbiosis with the tree, facilitating the tree's absorption of nitrogen in return for organic substances which the bacteria need. The tree's trunk is woody with irregular, spiny branches. These branches form a layer without definite form.The plant contains alkaloids that have powerful narcotic and purgative effects,The seeds of all members of this genus are said to be poisonous, A decoction of the bark is a powerful soporific, It is used to treat rheumatism and hepatitis, An infusion of the bark is used as a gargle to treat a sore throat and as a wash to treat cuts as, standardz, hahahahahahaha, :) #edio

JP Elorriaga - Black Wings (Original Mix)

you know, it's OK, you don't have to worry, i don't have, "Black Wings", mine are far more ethereal, with white light, and pure energy radiating outward's, from each wing tip as, standardz, hahahahahahaha, :) #edio

V.Rox - Damage Report (Original Mix)

when i wake, after a heavy sesh of beats and bluntz, music and memes, i need to do a, "Damage Report", and as long as i have 8 fingers, two thumbs, and ten toes, all is gravy as, standardz, hahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Steve Sai - I See You (Original Mix)

you know, "I See You", i remember localised interactions, it all reaches me, through the pipes as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Who & Who - Told You (Original Mix)

just remember, when things start to go on, out in the big blue, who it was the, "told you", it was so, a long time ago as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Premiere: Mike Mac vs Chris Nottingham - Pump Up The Volume (Original Mix)

you know, i just want to, "Pump Up The Volume", it's no problem, when the records revolving as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

MRV Signal - The Other Side Of Silence

you know, that on, "the other side of silence", is me, shouting out to the world, and to all of reality, I AM as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Havana Dub - Tweeter (Original Mix) [Cutting Edge Material]

you know, there are more things up high than a, "Tweeter", (a loudspeaker designed to reproduce high frequencies), theres biological entities a.k.a space jellies, and other hidden things as, standardz, hahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Rone White, Alessandro Diruggiero - Swing (Original Mix)

you would be surprised, at what lurks around there, you know what they say, what goes around, comes around like a, "swing", and a roundabout, boomerangs and bananas as, standardz, hahahahahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Gellert - Istanbul (Original Mix)

did you know, that a lot of strange things happen in, "Istanbul", (historically known as Constantinople and Byzantium, is the most populous city in Turkey and the country's economic, cultural, and historic centre. Istanbul is a transcontinental city in Eurasia, straddling the Bosphorus strait, which separates Europe and Asia, between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea), has the 4th internationally recognised U.F.O, a.k.a, U.A.P museum in the world, The Museum has been opened on January 18, 2002 in the historical city of Istanbul. It acts as the sole UFO Museum of not only Turkey but also Middle&Eastern Europe, Balkans and the Middle East. The Museum has been founded by Sirius UFO Space Sciences Research Center under the sponsorship of Funika Holding, based in Denizli, Turkey. The Museum is divided into 3 sections; Museum and exhibition section, the library and the video-VCD-DVD&Conference Room. The museum and exhibition section is comprised of photographs, pictures, illustrations, models, representations and written documents-texts in both Turkish and English. These include : the UFO Chronicle of the world and worldwide sighting map, information and animations about the archaeological ruins and traces and epigraphs/inscriptions/ tablets, ancient cultures and their connections to E.T's. Crop Circles, Area 51 and other secret bases, Abductions, Animal Mutilations, top secret official documents, NASA cover-ups, MARS, research and analysis reports of important institutions and universities, types of aliens and UFO's, Roswell, Aztec,Virginia ..etc incidents, national and international newspaper-magazine articles and periodical archives, worldwide UFO reports and related issues as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Domenico Mastandrea - Jolly Beat (Rapha (Italy) Remix) [Skullbusted]

you know, someone on the skeleton crew has to dance to the, "Jolly Beat", it will shiver your timbers as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Ricardo Espino - Best Friend (Fhaken, Wayne Madiedo Remix) [Habitat]

you know, thats the thing with Eros as your, "Best Friend", sometimes you just, love to hate it as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Derrick Da House - Never Give In Up (Original Mix) [High Price Records]

you know, we can, "Never Give In Up", with Eros, down with Mars as, standardz, hahahahahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Mozaik (FR) - Aquila (Hicky & Kalo Remix) [Plaisirs Sonores Records]

you know, not all is well, in the land of the iron, "Aquila", (Eagle), there's a traitor in the mix, remove them from our presence, to a place of servitude and exile as, standardz, hahahaha, :) #edio

Paolo Paleologo & Deep Of Mind - That Bass (Waitz remix) [Klaphouse Reco...

i know you love the rhythm and, "That Bass", and who can blame you, i can't fault ya personally, you have excellent taste, or you wouldn't be here as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

PREMIERE : David Jach - Bang (Original Mix)

how's that mutant X gene coming along?, how do you feel?, do you feel groovy?, or should we give it another, "Bang", of percussion therapy as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Jay De Lys - Street Stuff (Original Mix)

you know, if your going out doing, "Street Stuff", i suggest you take care, as life always has a way, of going crazy, around the holidays as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Premiere: Twenty2 - Viva La Chulo

you know, i don't, "Viva La Chulo", (live the pimp), life thats not my style as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Mancodex - Freak Out (Original Mix)

ammmmmmmmmm back mo fo's, for part 2, of our epic journey, into the unknown realms, of rhythm and bass, and it's time to let your inner, "Freak Out", to play, don't be afraid, your safe with me, i will show you, the way as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Pedro Costa - Philosophy of Life (GRUUVE Remix)

you know, reality is a strange thing, do you know, for certain, that what you perceive is real?, its kinda my, "Philosophy of Life", you may not even be real or exist in any sense, Solipsism, from the Latin solus, meaning alone, and ipse, meaning self is the philosophical idea, that only one's own mind, is sure to exist. As an epistemological position, solipsism holds that knowledge of anything outside one's own mind, is unsure; the external world and other minds, cannot be known, and might not exist, outside of the mind. As a metaphysical position, solipsism goes further to the conclusion that the world and other minds, do not exist.Metaphysical solipsism is a variety of solipsism. Based on a philosophy of subjective idealism, metaphysical solipsists maintain, that the self, is the only existing reality and that all other realities, including the external world, and other persons, are representations of that self, and have no independent existence, There are several versions of metaphysical solipsism, such as Caspar Hare's, egocentric present-ism, or perspective realism, in which other people are conscious but their experiences are simply not present. Epistemological solipsism is the variety of idealism according to which only the directly accessible mental contents of the solipsistic philosopher can be known. The existence of an external world is regarded as an unsolvable question rather than actually false Further, one cannot also be certain as to what extent the external world exists independently of one's mind. For instance, it may be that a God-like being controls the sensations received by one's brain, making it appear as if there is an external world when most of it (excluding the God-like being and oneself) is false. However, the point remains that epistemological solipsists consider this a unsolvable question, Epistemological solipsists claim, that realism requires the question, assuming that there is a universe, independent of an agent's mind, and knowable only through the agent's senses, how is the existence of this independent universe, to be scientifically studied? If a person sets up a camera to photograph the moon when he is not looking at it, then at best he determines that there is an image of the moon in the camera when he eventually looks at it. Logically, this does not assure that the moon itself (or even the camera) existed at the time the photograph is supposed to have been taken. To establish that it is an image of an independent moon requires many other assumptions that amount to begging the question.Methodological solipsism is an agnostic variant of solipsism It exists in opposition to the strict epistemological requirements for "knowledge" (e.g. the requirement that knowledge must be certain). It still entertains the points that any induction is fallible. Methodological solipsism sometimes goes even further to say that even what we perceive as the brain is actually part of the external world, for it is only through our senses that we can see or feel the mind. Only the existence of thoughts is known for certain Importantly methodological solipsists, do not intend to conclude that the stronger forms of solipsism are actually true. They simply emphasise, that justifications of an external world, must be founded on indisputable facts, about their own consciousness. The methodological solipsist believes, that subjective impressions, (empiricism), or innate knowledge, (rationalism), are the sole possible or proper starting point, for philosophical construction, Often methodological solipsism is not held as a belief system, but rather used as a thought experiment to assist skepticism (e.g. Descartes' cartesian skepticism).Denial of material existence, in itself, does not constitute solipsism. A feature of the metaphysical solipsistic worldview is the denial of the existence of other minds. Since personal experiences are private and ineffable, another being's experience can be known only by analogy. Philosophers try to build knowledge on more than an inference or analogy. The failure of Descartes' epistemological enterprise brought to popularity the idea that all certain knowledge may go no further than I think; therefore I exist, without providing any real details about the nature of the "I" that has been proven to exist, The theory of solipsism also merits close examination because it relates to three widely held philosophical presuppositions, each itself fundamental and wide-ranging in importance My most certain knowledge is the content of my own mind—my thoughts, experiences, affects, etc. There is no conceptual or logically necessary link between mental and physical—between, say, the occurrence of certain conscious experience or mental states and the 'possession' and behavioural dispositions of a 'body' of a particular kind/ (see the brain in a vat). To expand on this a little further, the conceptual problem here is that the previous assumes mind or consciousness (which are attributes) can exist independent of some entity having this capability, i.e., that an attribute of an exist-ant can exist apart from the exist-ant itself. If one admits to the existence of an independent entity (e.g., your brain) having that attribute, the door is open. The experience of a given person is necessarily private to that person. Some people hold that, while it cannot be proven that anything independent of one's mind exists, the point that solipsism makes is irrelevant. This is because, whether the world as we perceive it exists independently or not, we cannot escape this perception (except via death), hence it is best to act assuming that the world is independent of our minds, For example, if one committed a crime, one is likely to be punished, causing potential distress to oneself even if the world was not independent of one's mind; therefore, it is in one's best interests and is most convenient to assume the world exists independently of one's mind. There is also the issue of plausibility to consider. If one is the only mind in existence, then one is maintaining that one's mind alone created all of which one is apparently aware. This includes the symphonies of Beethoven, the works of Shakespeare, all of mathematics and science (which one can access via one's phantom libraries), etc. Critics of solipsism find this somewhat implausible. However, since as an example, people are able to construct entire worlds inside their minds while having dreams when asleep, and people have had dreams which included things such as music of Beethoven or the works of Shakespeare or math or science in them, solipsists do have counter-arguments to justify their views being plausible. Gorgias, Solipsism was first recorded by the Greek presocratic sophist, Gorgias (c. 483–375 BC) who is quoted by the Roman skeptic Sextus Empiricus as having stated, Nothing exists. Even if something exists, nothing can be known about it. Even if something could be known about it, knowledge about it can't be communicated to others. Much of the point of the Sophists was to show that "objective" knowledge was a literal impossibility. (See also comments credited to Protagoras of Abdera). Descartes, The foundations of solipsism are in turn the foundations of the view that the individual's understanding of any and all psychological concepts (thinking, willing, perceiving, etc.) is accomplished by making an analogy with his or her own mental states; i.e., by abstraction from inner experience. And this view, or some variant of it, has been influential in philosophy since Descartes elevated the search for incontrovertible certainty to the status of the primary goal of epistemology, whilst also elevating epistemology to first philosophy, Austrian psychiatrist Sigmund Freud stated that other minds are not known, but only inferred to exist. He stated "consciousness makes each of us aware only of his own states of mind; that other people, too, possess a consciousness is an inference which we draw by analogy from their observable utterances and actions, in order to make this behaviour of theirs intelligible to us. (It would no doubt be psychologically more correct to put it in this way: that without any special reflection we attribute to everyone else our own constitution and therefore our consciousness as well, and that this identification is a sine qua non of understanding, Solipsism syndrome is a dissociative mental state. It is only incidentally related to philosophical solipsism. The lack of ability to prove the existence of other minds does not, in itself, cause the psychiatric condition of detachment from reality, Some developmental psychologists believe that infants are solipsistic, and that eventually children infer that others have experiences much like theirs and reject solipsism, (see Infant cognitive development).To discuss consequences clearly, an alternative is required: solipsism as opposed to what? Solipsism is opposed to all forms of realism, and many forms of idealism,(insofar as they claim that there is something outside the idealist's mind, which is itself another mind, or mental in nature). Realism in a minimal sense, that there is an external universe is most likely not observation-ally distinct from solipsism. The objections to solipsism therefore have a theoretical rather than an empirical thrust Solipsists may view their own pro social behaviours as having a more solid foundation than the incoherent pro sociability of other philosophies. Indeed, they may be more pro social because they view other individuals as actually being a part of themselves. Furthermore, the joy and suffering arising from empathy are just as real as the joy and suffering arising from physical sensation. They view their own existence as human beings to be just as speculative as the existence of anyone else as a human being. Epistemological solipsists may argue that these philosophical distinctions are irrelevant since the professed pro-social knowledge of others is an illusion, One of the most fundamental debates in philosophy concerns the true nature of the world—whether it is some ethereal plane of ideas, or a reality of atomic particles and energy. Materialism, posits a real 'world out there,' as well as in and through us, that can be sensed—seen, heard, tasted, touched and felt, sometimes with prosthetic technologies corresponding to human sensing organs. (Materialists do not claim that human senses or even their prosthetic's can, even when collected, sense the totality of the 'universe'; simply that what they collectively cannot sense cannot in any way be known to us.) Materialists do not find this a useful way of thinking about the ontology and ontogeny of ideas, but we might say that from a materialist perspective pushed to a logical extreme communicable to an idealist, (an Away Team perspective), ideas are ultimately reducible to a physically communicated, organically, socially and environmentally embedded 'brain state'. While reflexive existence is not considered by materialists to be experienced on the atomic level, the individual's physical and mental experiences are ultimately reducible to the unique tripartite combination of environmentally determined, genetically determined, and randomly determined interactions of firing neurons and atomic collisions. As a correlative, the only thing that dreams and hallucinations prove are that some neurons can reorganise and 'clean house' 'on break', (often reforming according to emergent, prominent or uncanny cultural themes), misfire, and malfunction. But for materialists, ideas have no primary reality as essences separate from our physical existence. From a materialist "Home Team" perspective, ideas are also social (rather than purely biological), and formed and transmitted and modified through the interactions between social organisms and their social and physical environments. This materialist perspective informs scientific methodology, insofar as that methodology assumes that humans have no access to omniscience and that therefore human knowledge is an ongoing, collective enterprise that is best produced via scientific and logical conventions adjusted specifically for material human capacities and limitations. Modern Idealists, on the other hand, believe that the mind and its thoughts are the only true things that exist. This is the reverse of what is sometimes called classical idealism or, somewhat confusingly, Platonic idealism due to the influence of Plato's Theory of Forms ,(εἶδος eidos or ἰδέα idea), which were not products of our thinking,The material world is ephemeral, but a perfect triangle or "beauty" is eternal. Religious thinking tends to be some form of idealism, as God usually becomes the highest ideal, (such as Neoplatonism), On this scale, solipsism can be classed as idealism. Thoughts and concepts are all that exist, and furthermore, only the solipsist's own thoughts and consciousness exist. The so-called "reality" is nothing more than an idea that the solipsist has (perhaps unconsciously) created, Cartesian dualism, There is another option, the belief that both ideals and reality exist. Dualists commonly argue that the distinction between the mind, (or ideas), and matter can be proven by employing Leibniz' principle of the identity of indiscernibly, which states that if two things share all exactly the same qualities, then they must be identical, as in indistinguishable from each other and therefore one and the same thing. Dualists then attempt to identify attributes of mind that are lacked by matter (such as privacy or intentionally) or vice versa, (such as having a certain temperature or electrical charge), One notable application of the identity of indiscernibles was by René Descartes in his Meditations on First Philosophy. Descartes concluded that he could not doubt the existence of himself (the famous cogito ergo sum argument), but that he could doubt the (separate) existence of his body. From this, he inferred that the person Descartes must not be identical to the Descartes body since one possessed a characteristic that the other did not: namely, it could be known to exist. Solipsism agrees with Descartes in this aspect, and goes further: only things that can be known to exist for sure should be considered to exist. The Descartes body could only exist as an idea in the mind of the person Descartes, Descartes and dualism aim to prove the actual existence of reality as opposed to a phantom existence (as well as the existence of God in Descartes' case), using the realm of ideas merely as a starting point, but solipsism usually finds those further arguments unconvincing. The solipsist instead proposes that his/her own unconscious is the author of all seemingly "external" events from reality, Philosophy of Schopenhauer, The World as Will and Representation is the central work of Arthur Schopenhauer. Schopenhauer saw the human will as our one window to the world behind the representation, the Kantian thing-in-itself. He believed, therefore, that we could gain knowledge about the thing-in-itself, something Kant said was impossible, since the rest of the relationship between representation and thing-in-itself could be understood by analogy as the relationship between human will and human body, Radical empiricist, The idealist philosopher George Berkeley argued that physical objects do not exist independently of the mind that perceives them. An item truly exists only as long as it is observed; otherwise, it is not only meaningless but simply nonexistent. The observer and the observed are one. Berkeley does attempt to show things can and do exist apart from the human mind and our perception, but only because there is an all-encompassing Mind in which all ideas are perceived, in other words, God, who observes all. Solipsism agrees that nothing exists outside of perception, but would argue that Berkeley falls prey to the egocentric predicament he can only make his own observations, and thus cannot be truly sure that this God or other people exist to observe reality. The solipsist would say it is better to disregard the unreliable observations of alleged other people and rely upon the immediate certainty of one's own perceptions. Rationalism Rationalism is the philosophical position that truth is best discovered by the use of reasoning and logic rather than by the use of the senses (see Plato's theory of Forms). Solipsism is also sceptical of sense-data. Philosophical zombie The theory of solipsism crosses over with the theory of the philosophical zombie in that all other seemingly conscious beings actually lack true consciousness, instead they only display traits of consciousness to the observer, who is the only conscious being there is. Falsifiability and test-ability, Solipsism is not a falsifiable hypothesis as described by Karl Popper or Imre Lakatos: there does not seem to be an imaginable disproof. One critical test is nevertheless to consider the induction from experience that the externally observable world does not seem, at first approach, to be directly manipulable purely by mental energies alone. One can indirectly manipulate the world through the medium of the physical body, but it seems impossible to do so through pure thought (e.g. via psychokinesis). It might be argued that if the external world were merely a construct of a single consciousness, i.e. the self, it could then follow that the external world should be somehow directly manipulable by that consciousness, and if it is not, then solipsism is false. An argument against this states the notion that such manipulation may be possible but barred from the conscious self via the subconscious self, a 'locked' portion of the mind that is still nevertheless the same mind. Lucid dreaming might be considered an example of when these locked portions of the subconscious become accessible. An argument against this might be brought up in asking why the subconscious of the mind would be locked, also the access, to the autonomous ('locked') portions of the mind during the lucid dreaming, is obviously much different, (for instance: is relatively more transient), than the access to autonomous regions of the perceived nature. The method of the typical scientist is materialist: they first assume that the external world exists and can be known. But the scientific method, in the sense of a predict-observe-modify loop, does not require the assumption of an external world. A solipsist may perform a psychological test on themselves, to discern the nature of the reality in their mind - however David Deutsch uses this fact to counter-argue: "outer parts" of solipsist, behave independently so they are independent for narrowly defined, (conscious), self, A solipsist's investigations may not be proper science, however, since it would not include the co-operative and communitarian aspects of scientific inquiry that normally serve to diminish bias. Minimalism Solipsism is a form of logical minimalism. Many people are intuitively unconvinced of the nonexistence of the external world from the basic arguments of solipsism, but a solid proof of its existence is not available at present. The central assertion of solipsism rests on the nonexistence of such a proof, and strong solipsism (as opposed to weak solipsism) asserts that no such proof can be made. In this sense, solipsism is logically related to agnosticism in religion: the distinction between believing you do not know, and believing you could not have known. However, minimalist, (or parsimony, is not the only logical virtue. A common misapprehension of Occam's Razor has it that the simpler theory is always the best. In fact, the principle is that the simpler of two theories of equal explanatory power is to be preferred. In other words: additional "entities" can pay their way with enhanced explanatory power. So the realist can claim that, while his world view is more complex, it is more satisfying as an explanation. Saṃsāra ;) Many ancient Indian philosophies advocate the notion, that all matter, (and thus humans), is subtly interconnected, with not only one's immediate surroundings, but with everything in the universe. They claim that the perception of absolutely independent beings and things is an illusion that leads to confusion and dissatisfaction—Saṃsāra. The solipsist, however, would be more likely to put one's self (or merely their own mind) in the centre, as the only item of reality, with all other beings (and perhaps even their own body) in reality illusions Eastern philosophies Some solipsists believe that some tenets of eastern philosophies are similar to solipsism. Taoism and several interpretations of Buddhism, especially Mahayana, teach that the distinction between self and universe is arbitrary, merely a habit of perception and an artefact of language. This view identifies the unity of self and universe as the ultimate reality. Mahayana holds that each individual has 'Buddha Mind': an all-pervading awareness that fills their entire existence, including the 'external' world. This need not imply that one's mind is all that exists, as with solipsism, but rather that the distinction between I am and it is is ultimately unnecessary, and a burden that, paradoxically, gives rise to an illusory sense of permanence and independence that separate self which suffers and dies. In this sense, Mahayana reflects Meister Eckhart's The eye with which I see God is the same with which God sees me. My eye and God's eye is one eye, and one sight, and one knowledge, and one love. Hinduism The earliest reference to Solipsism in Hindu philosophy is found in the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, dated to early 1st millennium BCE. The Upanishad holds the mind to be the only god and all actions in the universe are thought to be a result of the mind assuming infinite forms, After the development of distinct schools of Indian philosophy, Advaita Vedanta and Samkhya schools are thought to have originated concepts similar to solipsism. Advaita Vedanta Advaita is one of the six most known Hindu philosophical systems, and literally means "non-duality". Its first great consolidator was Adi Shankaracharya, who continued the work of some of the Upanishadic teachers, and that of his teacher's teacher Gaudapada. By using various arguments, such as the analysis of the three states of experience—wakefulness, dream, and deep sleep, he established the singular reality of Brahman, in which Brahman, the universe and the Atman or the Self, were one and the same. One who sees everything as nothing but the Self, and the Self in everything one sees, such a seer withdraws from nothing. For the enlightened, all that exists is nothing but the Self, so how could any suffering or delusion continue for those who know this oneness?, Ishopanishad: sloka 6, 7 The concept of the Self in the philosophy of Advaita, could be interpreted as solipsism. However, the transhuman, theological implications of the Self in Advaita protect it from true solipsism as is found in the west. Similarly, the Vedantic text Yogavasistha, escapes charge of solipsism because the real "I" is thought to be nothing but the absolute whole looked at through a particular unique point of interest. Advaita is also thought to strongly diverge from solipsism in that, the former is a system of exploration of one's mind in order to finally understand the nature of the self and attain complete knowledge. The unity of existence is said to be directly experienced and understood at the end as a part of complete knowledge. On the other hand, solipsism posits the non-existence of the external void right at the beginning, and says that no further inquiry is possible. Samkhya and Yoga Samkhya philosophy, which is sometimes seen as the basis of Yogic thought, adopts a view that matter exists independently of individual minds. Representation of an object in an individual mind is held to be a mental approximation of the object in the external world, Therefore, Samkhya chooses representational realism over epistemological solipsism. Having established this distinction between the external world and the mind, Samkhya posits the existence of two metaphysical realities Prakriti (matter) and Purusha, (consciousness). Buddhism, Some misinterpretations of Buddhism assert that external reality is an illusion, and sometimes this position is [mis]understood as metaphysical solipsism. Buddhist philosophy, though, generally holds that the mind and external phenomena are both equally transient, and that they arise from each other. The mind cannot exist without external phenomena, nor can external phenomena exist without the mind. This relation is known as dependent arising, (pratityasamutpada). The Buddha stated, Within this fathom long body, is the world, the origin of the world, the cessation of the world, and the path leading to the cessation, of the world, Whilst not rejecting the occurrence of external phenomena, the Buddha focused on the illusion created within the mind of the perceiver by the process of ascribing permanence to impermanent phenomena, satisfaction to unsatisfying experiences, and a sense of reality to things, that were effectively insubstantial. Mahayana Buddhism also challenges as illusion the idea that one can experience an 'objective' reality independent of individual perceiving minds. From the standpoint of Prasangika (a branch of Madhyamaka thought), external objects do exist, but are devoid of any type of inherent identity, Just as objects of mind do not exist inherently, mind also does not exist inherently, In other words, even though a chair may physically exist, individuals can only experience it through the medium of their own mind, each with their own literal point of view. Therefore, an independent, purely 'objective' reality could never be experienced. The Yogacara (sometimes translated as "Mind only") school of Buddhist philosophy contends that all human experience is constructed by mind. Some later representatives of one Yogacara subschool (Prajnakaragupta, Ratnakīrti) propounded a form of idealism that has been interpreted as solipsism. A view of this sort is contained in the 11th-century treatise of Ratnakirti,  Refutation of the existence of other minds  (Santanantara dusana), which provides a philosophical refutation of external mindstreams from the Buddhist standpoint of ultimate truth (as distinct from the perspective of everyday reality). In addition to this, the Bardo Thodol, Tibet's famous book of the dead, repeatedly states that all of reality is a figment of one's perception, although this occurs within the Bardo realm (post-mortem). For instance, within the sixth part of section titled The Root Verses of the Six Bardos, there appears the following line: May I recognise whatever appears as being mine own thought-forms, there are many lines in similar ideal. with this way of thinking as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Carlos A - Sofiati (Blagov Remix)

i know, i always, "Sofiati", (blow), your mind as, standardz, hahahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Giuseppe Martini, Greck B - Kypers (Original Mix)

it would be like me saying, due to a shipping error, we have received millions of ties, in the form of, "Kypers", (kippers), and we want to pass the savings, on to you, as they are about to come back in fashion, (there not b.t.w), and then you can sell them and be rich and make bank, it's just more BS sales tactics, to stimulate the growth of economic scams as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Angel Mendez - Totem (Raul Figueroa Remix)

it's just another fake, "Totem", (a natural object or animal believed by a particular society to have spiritual significance and adopted by it as an emblem), for people to get behind, and lose money on, why do you think, its aimed at the private sector, instead of the public?, so when it goes belly up, they can, claim limited liability as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Giuseppe Martini, Greck B -Project 99 (Alex Clavijo Remix)

you know for all its talk., "Project 99", (The long term vision of Project 99 is to advocate for 30% racially and ethnically diverse senior leadership, across the private sector), it's just another scam, with a racially diverse hook, don't fall for it, it's another way for them to say, they sunk untold taxpayer millions, into a plan, only for it to fail, with minimum effect, and make them, the instigators of the plan, much richer as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Giuseppe Martini, Greck B - Jumped (Original Mix)

you know, maybe i, "Jumped", the gun a little, i seem to have found, a stop gap solution, a giant bag of chips as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

DJ Entwan - It's A Vibe (Original Mix)

it must be getting close, to munch time, i can feel it, "It's A Vibe", i get from my stomach as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

DJ Entwan - Good Wine (Original Mix)

you know, there is no such thing as a, "Good Wine", it's just grape vinegar, thats been left way too long, on the shelf of life as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Francesco Dinoia - Grooving (Original Mix)

you know, as well as doing this, i'm also, "Grooving", my way, through the videos, like a switcheroo genius as, standardz, hahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Mauro Mosciaro, Agustin Dutari - West Coast (Original Mix) [Street Groove]

did you know, there has been a eruption of Mount Agung, it spewed plumes of ash into the air, 100,000 people were told to evacuate on Monday, the mountain has been showing signs ,of increased volcanic activity for the last couple months, and it's not the only place with these seismically active spot's, like on the, "West Coast", the United States, they live in the shadow, of one volcano or another from northern Washington, to Northern California, most of them active, and some considered very significant threats to nearby communities as, standardz, hahahaha ;) #edio

Premiere: M.F.S Observatory - Another Love

you know, music is my passion, but there is, "Another Love", in my heart, it's called peace and enlightenment as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

The Note V & Oyarvide - Alchemist

you know, i'm like a rhythm and bass, "Alchemist", (a person who transforms or creates something through a seemingly magical process), i blend the old and the new, into something better as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Florian Frings - SSD (Original Mix)

you know, your always on my mind, and in my memory, maybe i'm due for an upgraded, "SSD", (A solid-state drive SSD, also incorrectly known as solid-state disk, is a solid-state storage device that uses integrated circuit assemblies as memory to store data persistently. SSD technology primarily uses electronic interfaces compatible with traditional block input/output I/O, hard disk drives, HDDs, which permit simple replacements in common applications, New I/O interfaces like SATA Express and M.2 have been designed to address specific requirements of the SSD technology. SSDs have no moving mechanical components. This distinguishes them from traditional electro-mechanical magnetic disks such as hard disk drives HDDs, or floppy disks, which contain spinning disks and movable read/write heads, Compared with electro-mechanical disks, SSDs are typically more resistant to physical shock, run silently, and have lower access time and lower latency), as when i have more than 40 tabs open, it tends to slow it down, just a little as, standardz, hahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Ninetoes - Deli Kadir (Shaf Huse Remix) [AVOTRE]

you know, i do with an, "Deli Kadir", (crazy magnitude), i just can't stand, to be apart from the beat as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Felipe Avelar - Love You No More (El Seano Remix) [Nocturnal Recordings]

you know, if ever i don't appear, (like yesterday), please don't assume that i don't, "Love You No More", the rhythm and bass, will always be in my heart as, standardz, hahahahahahahahaha, :) #edio

Arado, Alvin Kyer - East to the West (Original Mix) [Formatik+]

you know, i post globally i have the, "East to the West", and the north to the south covered, my global distribution map, is almost compleatly coloured in as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Riva Starr - La gatta (Original Mix)

you know, we can't rest, i'm like, "La Gatta", (the cat), that gets the cream, there can be no purrrr-fection, until we reach the summit as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Pete Laskis, John Haden - Burning (Sascha Ciccopiedi Remix)

you know, we keep the fire, "Burning", we light it up, it's what we do as, standardz, hahahahahahahahahaha, :) #edio
also i have a YouTube page, it has a copy of all my latest tracks,5000+ and if you keep going back, pretty much every track I've posted, just go to liked video's, and hit play all, and you won't have to keep pressing play, but unfortunately you wont get to read, what i write, but you will get access to a constant stream of tracks, for over a years solid play time, but you know, ya can't have it all looolz ;)

Supacooks - Turn Around (Waitz Remix) [Kitchen Recordings]

you know, there is no coming down, until we are finished, so if you can't handle the journey, "Turn Around", now and go back to base camp, the whiteout is coming as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

No Requests - I Can Move

you know, it feels much better, now that, "I Can Move", any mountain, as i groove my way, to the summit as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Deeplotronic - All The DruMs (Original Mix) [Blacksoul Music]

well peep's, yesterday was a complete fuckery fest, from start to finish, i'd just managed to dodge the snow in Yorkshire, it literally started as i boarded my train, and then the delays, and and non-peep interactions started, while all the time, i could hear, "All The DruMs", calling me to the summit, and due to non localised fuckery, (mine), i couldn't get there in time, a total travesty as, standardz, hnhahahahaha, :) #edio

Futur-E - Chromosome (Andy Woldman Remix) [Tulipa Recordings]

ammmmmmmmmm back, mo fo's, with a little pre-flight entertainment, so if you would like, to make your way, to the v.i.p lounge, and we can begin the ascent, and did you know, every action you take, causes your genes to slightly mutate, so let's see if we, can force the X, "Chromosome", (from ancient Greek: χρωμόσωμα, chromosoma, chroma means colour, soma means body, is a DNA molecule with part or all of the genetic material, genome, of an organism. Chromosomes are normally visible under a light microscope only when the cell is undergoing the meta-phase of cell division. Before this happens, every chromosome is copied once, S phase, and the copy is joined to the original by a centromere, resulting in an X-shaped structure. The original chromosome and the copy are now called sister chromatids. During meta-phase the X-shape structure is called a meta-phase chromosome. In this highly condensed form chromosomes are easiest to distinguish and study, Chromosomes are thread-like structures located inside the nucleus of animal and plant cells. Each chromosome is made of protein and a single molecule of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). Passed from parents to offspring, DNA contains the specific instructions that make each type of living creature unique), to mutate into something useful, like natural night vision, or a way to manipulate the bodies electrical field, (quite useful), or even just make you, super groovy as, standardz, hahahahahahahahaha, :) #edio
also i have a YouTube page, it has a copy of all my latest tracks,5000+ and if you keep going back, pretty much every track I've posted, just go to liked video's, and hit play all, and you won't have to keep pressing play, but unfortunately you wont get to read, what i write, but you will get access to a constant stream of tracks, for over a years solid play time, but you know, ya can't have it all looolz ;)