Sunday, October 14, 2007

Alan Watts: A Conversation with Myself - Part 1


Steven LaRose said...

I wonder how Alan Watts dealt with people who disagreed with him?

Jacques de Beaufort said...

drank a fith of vodka

RichardTScott said...

I don't often respond to videos.
That's because I don't have a sound card - so I'm cyber deaf.

Which brought up a thought which is totally unrelated to your post (sorry). But I considered how the blind can use computers via sound, but what if someone is both deaf and blind? If there isn't one already, someone should invent a braille pad - maybe some kind of rubber surface where little buttons can raise and lower beneath scrolling text across. Otherwise, in an online world, people with such handicaps would be triply disadvantage.

And why do they have braille in drive through ATM's?

Or maybe those developments with the mentally controlled cursor will lead to an actual brain-computer interface, so they can have visuals and sound transferred directly to their brains.

Sorry for rambling.

Jacques de Beaufort said...

well..they could use their third eye...also known as their pineal gland..

what happens to blind and deaf people who take dmt I wonder?

only a small percentage of the actual universe is visible in this "reality"