Jan Cox Talk 0615

All 3-D Proof Is Inconsistent, Yet Always Good Enough


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#615 * Feb 28, 1990 * – 1:03 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :07. If what a thing is not is its ideal state, inconsistency itself is the most stable and convincing proof of anything in the 3-d world. Thus, existence itself is its own best proof since existence itself is full of inconsistency. All proof in the 3-d world is inconsistent, is incompetent, .yet it is good enough for the ordinary intellect. All existence being sufficient for its own proof, it is also all that is necessary for a new understanding of reality.

Consider that the intellect is itself inconsistent, episodic, erratic and what is seen thru distorted lenses must appear distorted. Note this great desire, Life-driven, for consistency and that the greatest attack, the greatest criticism is imputed inconsistency.

Inconsistency per se proves a certain vitality, vivacity and validity of the evidence proving anything, since it is alive. Ordinary evidence is dead. A synonym for the truth: action.


9/29/89 (1)
…and Kyroot said:
At midnight the price drops and two seconds after the race begins the odds shift to you favor
  And what does this teach us dear Papa?
 That if you wait long enough…..
9/29/89 (2)
…and Kyroot said:
Much of what, in the ordinary world, passes for biting insight is
just the sound of a man’s sexual streams drying up.
…and Kyroot said:
There is an obscure district who locally claim to perceive a direct
connection between needless aliterations and atmospheric
…(I’m sure this will only fuel the fires of frustration of those few who fear for the future of phonetics…
…I do trust you will forgive me, I’ve just returned from a dizzying intellectual height.)
..and Kyroot said:
When it was his turn he stood, and unfolding a piece of paper from his pocket, said to the assemblage, “T. am certainly honored by this recognition, and I would like to thank all of those who have helped me along the way.”, he paused, looked down at the list in his hand, then dropped, and said, “No, let me change that; I want to thank all of those who intended to help me.”, and he sat back down.
…and Kyroot said:
According to some suspicious everyone’s wanted for questioning
…and Kyroot said:
A rather distracted young man I met near a live oak made me privy to his eponymous idea which he-called, The Crudwattle Theory, which claims that Karl Marx and Johannas Brahms were actually siamese twins accidentally separated at birth; I noted to him the clear impossibility of such a proposal based on incontrivertable evidence regarding their different birth dates, and natal origins;
Monsieur Crudwattle admitted to
knowing all of this, and agreeing to its validity,but clung on by stating that in spite of “all that” it was the only theory he had.
…and Kyroot said:
How may we be assured of fairness when men become dishonorable only
at the hands of the honorable
…and Kyroot said:
“A man who knows how to correctly compare things can learn something extraordinary.”
“That sounds simple enough.”
“In that case you didn’t exactly hear me;It’s not a matter of a man correctly comparing two particular things, but a matter of knowing what things TO correctly compare.”
…and Kyroot said:
You might care to make a note of the fact that gods you get from a
book can’t be returned.
…and Kyroot said:
The alien ship landed right downtown, the visitors alighted, and
loudly announced, “Greetings,
poor creatures, we are allegories here working as advance men for
…and Kyroot said:
According to reports, there’s a g4 in a flashy suit with neon shoes hanging around in the park who approaches people with children, and after a few perfunctory pats on the head asks, “How many miles you got
on this kid?”
…(The reports go on to note that some parents want this stopped, while others want more details regarding possible trade-ins.)
…and Kyroot said:
A man with funny shoes doesn’t care where he walks.
…and Kyroot said:
It’s been reported that one Neural Subversive said that to finally
“do this” you’ve almost got to be an environment unto yourself.
…and Kyroot said:
If you’re coming and going it doesn’t MATTER whether you’re coming,
or going.
…and Kyroot said:
One sore head’s kid was admonished by a neighbor regarding his crude
speech and behavior thusly,
“Being considerate of other
people’s feelings doesn’t
cost you anything you know.”,
and the lad retorted, “Say what?”,
“That’s right, a little
courtesy doesn’t cost you
anything.” The kid retired himself to a seat under a near by tree and thought, “You know, if that old geezer’s right I’ll have to rethink my whole fuckin’ concept of mathematics.”
…and Kyroot said:
One quadrant of a feller’s brain said “I only report what has happened.”,
and some passing, free radicals thought, “What a perfectly good
…and Kyroot said:
One ole major instructed his soldierly son, “Don’t ever let ’em catch you crying, but if they do, tell ’em it’s because you were just reflecting on their inevitable passing.”
…and Kyroot said:
Wait’ll those upset about the past get a load of the future:
…and Kyroot said:
Whilst visiting this suspidously superior seeming planet Z saw a chap
sitting in an impressive booth by a major throughfare with a banner overhead that read, “The Ultimate Secret Revealed:
$12,000.00.”, (he told me it
was to keep away the tire
…and Kyroot said:
Well. .once you’ve said “THAT’!. .there’s really not much else to say,
now is there.