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- Jan 24, 2013
It's pretty damn easy to spot in your own life. The reason it isn't true according to science is because science doesn't know what to do with that. Its too complex and science doesn't really answer things that are too complex. If there were one, two, three variables, sure, you can quantify it, but were're talking about everyone's subjective experience, and because of that, it assumes taking out personal experience from the premise in the first place. Since it's individualized to the person, you can only conduct a "Test" by yourself. So because everyone's experience is different, it means you can't take the individual out of the equation. By taking out the individual, there's not "Proof" that the Law of Attraction exists, but I challenge you to see if what you think about happens to you or not.@QuickTwist
I'm sorry dude, you're not making much sense to me.
It's cool if you believe in the law of attraction or w/e, but I don't see how it's evident in reality. If I check the wiki page one of the first things I read is:
So when you say what I'm talking about is theoretical and not based in reality, but that this other thing is based in reality despite no evidence, it comes across a little like "you're wrong because I believe different".