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About ajasatya

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  1. There is no need to apologize. Just straighten yourself up. That's the best apology. If you are trying to get your account back, I don't think that's possible. You will need to learn how to deal with the consequences of whatever you did.
  2. If someone relies on a drug to loosen up, that's a red flag. If that's the case, a change in life style is necessary for spiritual work.
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    It's not that extreme. The younger you are when you start doing inner work, the higher the chances. However, there are people who spend 40 years and can't get a glimpse of it. Whereas there are people who spend 3~5 years on it and are able to experience it fully.
  4. @somegirl Wanna help her? Live a wonderful life and inspire her.
  5. Reincarnation is real. You'd need to understand what reincarnates though. What is born? What dies?
  6. The Universe experiences awe upon acknowledging itself... over and over.
  7. Does it even make sense to say "I am a nondualist"?
  8. I would eventually get bored and would want to experience how it is to have limitations. Here I am.
  9. I use Ecosia, a search engine that plants trees. But you cannot avoid selection bias on data that easily. Try to build a simple recommendation system that has no "corruption", whatever you mean by that word. If you know enough statistics, you will face a very a thick wall soon enough.
  10. Filtering is not the only thing that makes the results of search engines differ from each other. The learning algorithms themselves are the big daddies at play. Good luck on trying to filter out racism or any other toxic human behavior. You'd probably have a better chance trying to come up with a heuristic or a model that gives lower weights to content that have higher probabilities of being toxic. But again, I don't work at Google or any other company that ranks search results. I deal with other kinds of problems.
  11. Google algorithms work on feedback loops. They show what people like to see. You would have to see the data with your own eyes to believe. I don't work at Google, but I work on another company that uses data to make decisions. In fact, I am one of the data scientists making machines learn by themselves.