Wren Collier – Thinking About Thinking About

pisces-1907-jpglargeWren Collier has an amazing blog called Liminal Room where he addresses such ideas as alien anatomy, time and causality, and if an extra-human intelligence is capable of controlling us. These are weighty subjects which I believe go right to the heart of the anomalous, since the way he looks at them forces us to take a step back and look at how we look at things rather than assuming that we are separate from our environment.

In this mind-wringing episode, we had fun talking about how we see, understand, and process information. Wren is sharp and I had to keep up, which made this a lot of fun. We compared AI to ET and wondered if AI is going to go out of control and become our robot overlords. We also had a light debate about the individual capacity for learning. Wren talked extensively about a book called Amazon Beaming, which is the story of a professional photographer who was stranded in the Amazon with a tribe who apparently communicated in some sort of non-verbal language.

He will be back on the show.

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4 Responses to Wren Collier – Thinking About Thinking About

  1. Laurence Zankowski says:

    Greg,

    Talk about a synchro, i was just reading about that Nat Geo photographer on a photo site where he talked about his adventures with an Amazon tribe and their “second” language they called beaming( for lack of a better term). It seems this would also be or could be analogous to the australian aborigines and their dreaming / dreamtime / song stories. Seems we have lost our way. Lets introduce Beaming 101 again, and work to speak with out speaking and use language of our vocal cords only when dealing in non beaming folks!

    Be well

    Laurence

    • Greg says:

      Hey Laurence, It seems like we may be communicating in a really narrow band of the spectrum that has been available to us for thousands of years. Use it or lose it!

  2. Am I the only one who sees the UMMO sign in that painting? 😉

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