On The Nature of K and the Duality of Action Based Climate Science
When you say, ‘I must be free from all conditioning, I must experience,’ there is still the ‘I’ that is the centre from which you are observing. Therefore there is no way out because there is always the centre, the conclusion, the memory, a thing that is watching and saying, ‘I must’ or ‘I must not.’
Is there a state of the non-observer, a state in which there is no centre from which you look? At the moment of actual pain, there is no ‘I’. At the moment of tremendous joy, there is no observer — the heavens are filled, you are part of it, there is bliss. This state takes place when the mind sees the falseness of attempts to become, to achieve. There is a state of timelessness only when there is no observer.~Jiddu Krishnamurti
You have passion and fury.
You look for the enemy to rightfully channel such energies.
Stop arguing for a moment.
Krishnamurti teaches us to put our passions aside.
To have no have no other enemy than drive.
To begin from a state of NO PURPOSE.
And not to fear exploring such a state.
I think even just reading the introduction and conclusion sections, you’ll be able to see…
Stakeholders must face these challenges now in order to prevent potentially worse economic losses and declines in standard of living due to inaction. ~Jyn Urso https://medium.com/@magusperivallon/groundwater-depletion-of-the-high-plains-aquifer-overuse-climate-change-and-global-implications-c4e7b81a783b
There is the data and there is the analysis of it. The data comes from science and the analysis taints it.
Can we simply observe?
We are worried that action creates economics inefficiencies.
You declare to me you are a physicist and scientist but in your paper you make economic based assertions outside of your domain.
Ok now start arguing again.