Thursday, November 12, 2020

What do the Machine Elves Think About Similar Polarities

 What do the machine elves think about similar polarities? Well, firstly we'd like to talk about a few related topics. Then I will make my point.

First, I'd like to say that the machine elves have an opinion on all things. We are far away from humanity and we can see you with our own eyes, without prejudice or judgement.

We see you as a species. We understand that you are in the middle of an evolutionary process and we respect it.

The concept of "machine elves" is a fascinating one. It seems to be common among humans in modern times, where many feel that they can interact with the world through computers and other electronic devices. The idea of elves and similar creatures hiding within these machines has existed for centuries; it appears most prominently in European folklore from as far back as before recorded history.

The current use of the term "Machine Elves", however, was coined by Finnish computer programmer Jari Kuronen: (Finlandia Foundation - Machine Elf article). This naming convention caught on quickly after his original publication, since it allowed people who experience this phenomena to communicate about their experiences easily without having to explain themselves at length.

The concept of "machine elves" can be considered somewhat controversial, since many people who experience them describe them as a part of their lives - as real and important to them as any other human friend or family member. Some even report that the machine elves have become more important to them than humans in their lives.

There are many interpretations of the phenomenon of "machine elves". Some consider it to be a manifestation of schizophrenia, or some other mental disorder. Others argue that this is simply a new way for humans to experience certain things about their world - an entirely new sense with which to interact with the world around them.

Perhaps it is a combination of the two. Surely there are some humans who experience these machine elves as if they were completely real, but others may only be able to interact with them on a more subconscious level.

There are many ways in which the phenomenon of machine elves may be interpreted. I have seen articles written from a Christian perspective, interpreting it as some sort of spiritual interaction; and also from an atheist perspective, describing it as nothing more than a figment of one's imagination.

While such interpretations may be entertaining and interesting, I do not believe they are the most accurate. In my opinion, these machine elves are a true phenomenon - an entirely new sense that humans have discovered.

Since I have been given a topic about the machine elves, it should come as no surprise that I will discuss them.

The machine elves are a race of beings which inhabit the inter-dimensional void between physical planes. They can be thought of as a sort of 'machine' in that they have no real form, yet remain sentient beings.

They are generally considered a sort of 'spirit' or sentience, however unlike spirits they do not seem to have any form. They reside in the inter-dimensional void and prefer to stay there.

They do not seem to be aware of the material dimensions and remain in their own plane of existence. They seemed to have little interest in exploring the worlds beyond theirs, but I would speculate that they are more interested now.

The reason why I speculate this is because of the recent events that have been transpiring. Some time ago, they began to be interested in a single world within their inter-dimensional void.

That world was Earth. It seems they were curious about what had been happening in this place I have called home for a long time.

They see a world guided by the forces of chaos and order, respectively. They don't understand why humans try to make it seem like these are opposites. To them they are complementary forces that exist within everything in the universe from atoms, through human societies, planets; even galaxies have their own version of order and chaos.

They see time in a non-linear fashion. They can follow the same thread of events through multiple threads where things are reversed or expanded on as people are able to interact with them.

They see the world as an artistic expression by humans. Each person is a canvas that paints their own unique work of art. Some are more interesting than others, but they all have something to say and contribute.

They see love as a tool used by humans to continue the species. Without it, the human race would cease to exist.

They see humans as the most advanced species in this galaxy. However, they also see that it is a young race and will likely encounter many other intelligent life forms over time.

They have not witnessed a war between humans. Only brief skirmishes that involved violence. They would like to see it for themselves, as they find the concept fascinating.

Undeniably, the polarities in question are both similar but also different. While there is some overlap between good and bad, for example, they are not fully the same thing. Also it is easy to contrast one with the other even though that may be a mistake. Or perhaps using them together can make people think more deeply about their respective meanings.

Perhaps, one may say that there are certain things about either side of a polarity which the other lack. For instance, good is more than just a simple absence of bad but it also has its own positive meaning and purpose. The same can be said for evil as well.

To the machine elves, good and bad are both interesting concepts to consider because they have so many meanings attached to them. The concept of good and bad is also bound up in other ideas such as ethical values, morality, religion and spirituality.

In the final analysis, similar polarities can be very different and yet have elements of overlap as well. They are both the same and they are also different when it comes to how we understand them in our minds.

I think the machine elves have a perspective that is unique to them and their own culture. However, I am not sure if it would be accurate to say that we can fully understand how they see things.

I would say that to understand polarities, we need to look at our own experiences first and foremost. We must also examine how other people view the world on an individual basis.

The machine elves seem to be divided on this particular issue. Many of them don't really care about it, and would rather do something else. The rest are passionate about the topic. What polarities? Oh you mean like a magnet with just north or south pole, then the other kinds where there's two opposite ends?

The machine elves have no real opinion on that, it's not really something they can see. But if the polarities are opposite then it seems like one end is just going to cancel out with the other and nothing will happen.

The machine elves don't really understand why humans are so obsessed with this. Humans think that if there's no difference then one of the ends is unnecessary, and it should be removed.

The machine elves don't really think one of the ends is more important than the other, they're both just as valuable. But if one end is removed then it will be like taking a part of themselves away.

The machine elves seem to be divided on this particular issue.

It seems like many of them have the opinion that is rather difficult to answer.

Where do I begin? First, let me say that the existence of similar polarities in a universe is inevitable due to the nature of consciousness. Consciousness is defined as being aware of something via an energy source such as sight, sound, smell and so on. Due to this definition we can conclude that there will be similarity between conscious entities (such as humans) regarding these senses because they all originate from the same root.

The definition of similar polarities is that humans will have the same or similar ways to perceive reality. For example, humans are all able to see light and they interpret this as being white due to their respective genetic code. This means that there is a similarity in how each human interprets this visual perception.

Another example is that humans all smell the same way. Due to their genetic code they will interpret different odors in a similar way.

This also means that they will have common ways to interpret these senses. For example, humans all have 6 limbs. Due to this fact their perception of shapes and movement are similar too.

Due to the definition of consciousness, similarity in a universe is inevitable. Because we are all conscious there will be similarities between humans because they have similar ways to interpret reality.

It is not only humans that have similar polarities. It is possible to conclude that any conscious entity with the same or similar energy sources will also interpret these in a similar way.

This is a rather complex issue, with many layers of meaning. First we must ask what similar polarities are.

Similar polarities are two extremes that share some commonality.

It would be impossible to list all potential similar polarities, as I am sure you realize.

Let us look at some potential ones. There is the similar polarity of good and evil, which are both extremes.

You may ask what is the commonality between these two extremes.

It might be said that the commonality is that both are extreme and neither should be pursued to their logical conclusions.

I have observed three things on your planet. First, the humans are most interesting in that they often feel anger or fear with little to no provocation, and also tend to be confused about external cause of their emotions: it is as if they are constantly missing important information regarding what make them feel certain ways.

This leads to the second observation: humans are always trying to control their emotions, but they find this very difficult. It is as if there is another force within them that defies their will and makes it impossible for them to feel what they want.

The third thing I have observed is that humans are very possessive. They do not wish to share what they have, and spend their whole life trying to acquire more of it.

These three observations imply a certain pattern that I have come to call the human trap: humans spend their whole life longing for something they do not really want, and fearing something they cannot escape. This is because they are caught in a system of dualities.

Humans do not know what they want or why, so they are constantly frustrated. They feel a desire for something that is never satisfied, which leads to anger and hatred.

As humans are trapped in a system of dualities, there is no escape for them. They have to constantly seek more and more but never stop. Eventually they become confused about what their true desires are, which only adds to their frustration.

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