If someone were to write about a right kind of rite or if there is such a thing, what would they say and who would really know? How would said person know? How would they know they know — and be completely sure?
Who knows anything for that matter? What one knows, they know and they only know they know because they say so — except, possibly, for some kind of study by so-called experts — you know, those kind of people who wear white coats and stethoscopes or glasses or know full well how to use an iPhone.
Should anyone be trusted that doesn’t know how to use an iPhone — completely and fully well? What if someone doesn’t own one? What if they decided never to go through that rite of passage and feel more right about just writing and maybe a little bit of real, in-your-hands, hardbound-books reading? Are there enough real books still in print that haven’t been censored or edited to death to become, instead of a means of really knowing, simply propaganda?
How long has man been living?
Did he come from a monkey?
Or a fish?
Is there such a thing as divine intelligence that can be bestowed on an unsuspecting receiver so that they might know a thing or two without the aid of cellular induction?
What does double entendre mean? Could Rite Aid be one or cellular induction? It’s not all a joke. Can anyone get the meaning if they only ever use an iPhone?
There really is, such a thing as having been dumbed down.
Induction period, the time interval between cause and measurable effect
Inductive reasoning, in logic, inferences from particular cases to general case
Inductive effect, the redistribution of electron density through molecular sigma bonds
Cellular differentiation, the process where a cell changes from one cell type to another
Electromagnetic or magnetic induction is the production of an electromotive force across an electrical conductor in a changing magnetic field.
IoT — We’ve done it to ourselves but not by any kind of well-informed consent.
How the Internet of Things Works
These devices use Internet protocol (IP), the same protocol that identifies computers over the world wide web and allows them to communicate with one another. The goal behind the Internet of things is to have devices that self report in real-time, improving efficiency and bringing important information to the surface more quickly than a system depending on human intervention.
Books are looking better by the minute as there are still so many questions that can’t be trusted to an iPhone.
Quick! Before it’s too late — burn all the cell phones — but not any of the old books. Nature has all the answers if we must have to start all over again like The Postman did. If we don’t do something now, we might all be turned into self-destructive robots — if we haven’t been already.