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This may come as a surprise to some people, a revelation to a few, and irrelevant to most, but if there is anything that should be learned from this life experience is this: your brain does not create thoughts, it is just discovering and exploring the existing thoughts that are embedded in the structure of our surrounding invisible space-time. .
Thinking is a process initiated BY the brain, yet none of the revealed thoughts are OF the brain. Rather, thoughts are structural features embedded in the surrounding invisible space-time into which we have been born. We are subsequently programmed to attune to thought pathways by consensus and are compelled to naively follow. Societies have come and gone by this fate.
But the scope of the space-time thought structure contains a range of ALL possibilities and personalities of the material world we now witness. It also contains our unchangeable history and a malleable future that will result from our present choices. So it is entirely up to the thinking process of each brain as to which of the genres of all the possible space-time futures that will become, for better or worse. Yet we have all been trained to follow a leader and ignore the past. Our fate cannot be stated more simply: Passive naivety has already been tried and has failed to the demise of millions.
Armed with this knowledge, can we continue to sit back and observe the ignorant follies of the inertia of humankind, or can we positively alter its fate, while all the time enjoying all the beauties of our eternal natural world. But which of our choices would become the correct path, or does it even matter?
 Berman, B. (2014). Accessing ESP - Theory and Guide to Your Personal Internet, smashwords.com, ISBN: 9781310484698
 Berman, B. (2012). Theory on The Eternal Mind, smashwords.com, ISBN: 9781301896820
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Berman, B. (2014). The Precarious Fate of Humankind. PHILICA.COM Observation number 87.