The impossible puzzle

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Further to the last post, this came to mind with the collapse footage of the WTC, the central imagery to the .

The goal really was to create such disinformation, both visual and 0;documented” of the destruction, that any educated person would not be able to explain it. This is because the conflicts are central to disinformation, to create an impossible…

Intelligent people will stay away from even trying to explain the footage and event in general because they can sense, quite quickly, that it cannot be explained. Less intelligent people will try to solve the impossible puzzle, and will quickly learn it can’t be solved with the conflicting information and will also withdraw. That leaves the less educated masses to spin away forever trying to explain the unexplainable. They will always have a puzzle piece left over, or try and force it into their theory.

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2 thoughts on “The impossible puzzle

  1. smj

    my journey into fakery has not been an intellectual pursuit; its been a series of bunny hops over psychological traps- or rabbit holes.
    if i do happen to land in one, i now know my intellect alone will not show me the way out.

  2. ArmunnRigh

    I wouldn’t say that “intelligent people will stay away from even trying to explain the footage and event in general” because perceptive attention is not related to intelligence.

    Intelligence analyses the data received from perception. If perception is accurate, then so is the data received and intelligence will help at reaching the correct conclusion. If not, then intelligence will still analyse whatever data reaches it. In fact, I would propose that the more intelligent a person, the more likely it is to try harder at solving the puzzle of the available data. It is a matter of trusting the perceived data or not. Very intelligent people are at this very moment going about trying to put the 9/11 image pieces together in order to formulate a credible hypothesis for what happened – even the unbiased ones.

    The shift comes when one becomes aware of perception itself, that is, when one places attention at the entryway of data, filtering it before reaching the analytical cores. Then, the perception alert person, intelligent or not, will choose with more clarity which puzzles to try to solve and which not to.
    Perception alertness is not related with intelligence per se, but can of course be enhanced by it. The perception data filters placed by an intelligent person will most probably be more effective in that pre-analysis, but intelligence does not guarantee the existence of perception filters at all.

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