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Topic: Steve Fearsons Oranic VR
Message: Posted by: Mr.Magic (Feb 8, 2005 11:49AM)
Have anybody heared something about this
Any comments on this? Is this out allready? Where can I order this and what is the price? And what is it exactly?

Daniel
Message: Posted by: Hart Keene (Feb 8, 2005 12:19PM)
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On 2005-02-08 12:49, Mr.Magic wrote:
Have anybody heared something about this

Any comments on this? Is this out allready? Where can I order this and what is the price? And what is it exactly?

Daniel

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Its not a magic trick...
Message: Posted by: Mr.Magic (Feb 8, 2005 01:42PM)
Yes, but it sounds amazing!
Message: Posted by: Jaymz023 (Feb 8, 2005 02:56PM)
Interesting........ might be worth a try
Message: Posted by: Mehtas (Feb 8, 2005 03:14PM)
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On 2005-02-08 15:56, Jaymz023 wrote:
Interesting........ might be worth a try
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On the bottom it also says

"The experience is so powerful that we cannot recommend it to everyone. In fact, we can't recommend it to anyone. You will need to decide for yourself if this is right for you.

It is now illegal to use OrganicVR in Australia and Belgium. Soon it may be illegal where you live as well."
Message: Posted by: eggshell (Feb 8, 2005 03:38PM)
Might just be a joke.
Message: Posted by: Hart Keene (Feb 8, 2005 04:44PM)
It is not a joke, trust me...
Message: Posted by: Mehtas (Feb 8, 2005 04:54PM)
some More

http://www.huxley.net/organic.htm

My head is spinning.


:kewl:
Message: Posted by: Hart Keene (Feb 8, 2005 05:10PM)
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On 2005-02-08 17:54, Mehtas wrote:

some More

http://www.huxley.net/organic.htm

My head is spinning.


:kewl:
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This has nothing to do with what Fearson is doing.
Message: Posted by: Mehtas (Feb 8, 2005 05:52PM)
Sorry, just went for that small title on the top.

So there are more than one Oranic VR ;)
Message: Posted by: hackmonkey (Feb 8, 2005 06:32PM)
Read most of that artical, will read it in full later. Magic w/ HART the article does touch on what Fearson site is about. But that doesn't make any difference, to wether Fearson's site is a joke or not.
Message: Posted by: Hart Keene (Feb 8, 2005 06:50PM)
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On 2005-02-08 19:32, hackmonkey wrote:
Read most of that artical, will read it in full later. Magic w/ HART the artical does touch on what Fearson site is about. But that doesn't make any difference, to wether Fearson's site is a joke or not.
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Yes, but I know the "magic ingredient". That site does not mention it whatsoever.
Message: Posted by: hackmonkey (Feb 8, 2005 07:33PM)
Magic w/ HART if you read this paragraph from the article.

Conversely, when one is asleep, or hallucinating in a sensory-deprivation tank, or tripping on major psychedelics, the features and narratives of one's virtual world are quasi-autonomous. One tends to get "lost in space" - neural weight-space.

Then read this paragraph from Fearson's site.

By combining 2D POV* video with the ingestion of a certain organic compound OrganicVR immerses you in 3 dimensional world of real people and real places. Not into a computer generated virtual world like traditional virtual reality systems.

and follow this link ----> http://www.huxley.net/organic.htm

Then the answers should become clear.

Mehtas that artical was really useful, thanks! But right now I still think Fearson's new site is a good laugh. Also shouldn't this thread be in 'Food for thought' or something.

Joe
Message: Posted by: latentimage (Feb 8, 2005 09:55PM)
Wow I cant beleive that people are taking that site seriously. Its obviously a joke. Steve truly is the Andy Kaufman of magic...only a few people get to laugh at the joke while everyone lives it I guess.

My Best,
Allen
Message: Posted by: Joshua Quinn (Feb 9, 2005 03:48AM)
I wonder if he got the technology from the same aliens who showed him the Station Manager.
Message: Posted by: Mehtas (Feb 9, 2005 05:10AM)
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On 2005-02-08 20:33, hackmonkey wrote:
Magic w/ HART if you read this paragraph from the artical.

Conversely, when one is asleep, or hallucinating in a sensory-deprivation tank, or tripping on major psychedelics, the features and narratives of one's virtual world are quasi-autonomous. One tends to get "lost in space" - neural weight-space.

Then read this paragraph from Fearson's site.

By combining 2D POV* video with the ingestion of a certain organic compound OrganicVR immerses you in 3 dimensional world of real people and real places. Not into a computer generated virtual world like traditional virtual reality systems.

Mehtas that artical was really useful, thanks!

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Thanks for going thru that article hackmonkey,

I knew there must be SOME conection to what steve has mentioned.


:kewl:
Message: Posted by: kinesis (Feb 9, 2005 07:01AM)
:lol: Organic B.S. I have worked in both Bio Science Industry and IT Industry and Organic VR I would guess, is taking dodgy substances to cause lucid dreams, if you get my meaning.
Message: Posted by: Mehtas (Feb 9, 2005 07:17AM)
Very intrestig thread, but I still cant make the heads or tails of it :(

I think kinesis is on the right track ;) I know accoring to the U.K goverment some substances are not classified as class A . I guess this "dodgy" substance must fall into this catagory :)

Let me know if they invent the organic VR fumes so I can try it on my spectators. ;)
Message: Posted by: chichi711 (Feb 9, 2005 08:24AM)
Acid works
Message: Posted by: LordM (Feb 9, 2005 11:12AM)
Wow.. He invented drugs now? What's next? mechanical body parts? :D
Message: Posted by: Hart Keene (Feb 9, 2005 12:56PM)
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On 2005-02-08 20:33, hackmonkey wrote:
Magic w/ HART if you read this paragraph from the artical.

Conversely, when one is asleep, or hallucinating in a sensory-deprivation tank, or tripping on major psychedelics, the features and narratives of one's virtual world are quasi-autonomous. One tends to get "lost in space" - neural weight-space.

Then read this paragraph from Fearson's site.

By combining 2D POV* video with the ingestion of a certain organic compound OrganicVR immerses you in 3 dimensional world of real people and real places. Not into a computer generated virtual world like traditional virtual reality systems.

and follow this link ----> http://www.huxley.net/organic.htm

Then the answers should become clear.

Mehtas that artical was really useful, thanks! But right now I still think Fearson's new site is a good laugh. Also shouldn't this thread be in 'Food for thought' or something.

Joe
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The magic ingredient is not against the law but I can pretty much guarantee that no one on this thread has tried it...By the way, what good did that little section of the article do anybody? Everyone is commenting on something they know nothing about and trying to tie together two articles that have absolutely nothing to do with each other.
Message: Posted by: Jaxon (Feb 9, 2005 03:43PM)
I'm getting flash backs of the 80's now... :)
Message: Posted by: andl (Feb 10, 2005 05:42AM)
I think the answer is salvia divinorum. That's a legal herb in the most countrys in the world (except australia an belgium). It is extremly psychadelic and not forbidden in most countrys because it doesn't have and addictive potential and doesn't harm your body. The main effect after consuming are very strong hallucinations and it makes a great out-of-body experince for about 10 minutes!
Message: Posted by: kinesis (Feb 10, 2005 05:50AM)
The interesting thing about the website for OrganicVR is that there are no links to buy or for further info, bit of a wasted sales pitch really and also a bit suspect.
Message: Posted by: Mehtas (Feb 10, 2005 07:19AM)
I'd love to hear more about this product and who sells it.

if nothing comes out after this thread, ITS A JOKE.

it might also be possible that its nothing to do with Mr Fearson. I don't think that a man with such a big amount of creativity does something like that.


:kewl:
Message: Posted by: Hart Keene (Feb 10, 2005 01:35PM)
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On 2005-02-10 06:42, andl wrote:
I think the answer is salvia divinorum. that's a legal herb in the most countrys in the world (except australia an belgium). it is extremly psychodelic and not forbidden in most countrys because it doesn't have and addictive potential and doens't harm your body. the main effect after consuming are very strong hallocinations and it makes a great out-of-body experince for about 10 minutes!

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Right on the money!!!! He guessed the magic ingredient! Have you ever tried it? I can ask this because it is legal...
Message: Posted by: andl (Feb 10, 2005 02:21PM)
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Right on the money!!!! He guessed the magic ingredient! Have you ever tried it? I can ask this because it is legal...
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I didn't guess,i'm a specialist in things like this! ;-) this is REAL magic! one time I thought I was melting into the floor - a real fascinating experience!

why do YOU know that this is the "secret ingredient"?
are you working together with steve???

greetings,
andy
Message: Posted by: mattisdx (Feb 10, 2005 07:00PM)
Salvia Divinorum is some very Very good stuff :D
Message: Posted by: Xiqual (Feb 10, 2005 07:09PM)
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On 2005-02-10 20:00, mattisdx wrote:
Salvia Divinorum is some very Very good stuff :D
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Things are becoming very clear now mattisdx!

James Linn
Message: Posted by: mattisdx (Feb 10, 2005 08:10PM)
As they always were :) heck, maybe I should smoke some before I try performing Fearson's self vanish. might actually be able to trick myself into believing that I disappeared !!! :lol:
Message: Posted by: hackmonkey (Feb 11, 2005 04:45AM)
Magic w/ HART
I don't know if your comments were aimed at me, but as you quoted my post before hand I will assume they were. While the articals may not be related in the fact they are talking about the same 'organic VR' but they help explain each other. The problem with Salvia divinorum when smoked is while the actual 'trip' may only be 20 minutes, to the person who took it it can seem like forever. While eating it produces a less intense experience, it last much longer. Salvia can be a very scarey experience I really doubt that this is the secret ingredient. Something like a light dose of Psilocybin would be much more palatable to most users.
Message: Posted by: hackmonkey (Feb 11, 2005 06:04AM)
Just a note to say, I still think the Fearson site is a joke. If I'm tripping out the last thing I want to be doing is sitting in front of a computer screen..........
Message: Posted by: Mehtas (Feb 11, 2005 06:58AM)
The amount of members we have in Café today, I bet there will be couple of guys trying this one out.

Even talking of this product has started the effect hackmonkey. your picture is starting to fade away. :)
Message: Posted by: Hart Keene (Feb 11, 2005 12:18PM)
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On 2005-02-11 05:45, hackmonkey wrote:
Magic w/ HART
I don't know if your comments were aimed at me, but as you quoted my post before hand I will assume they were. While the articals may not be related in the fact they are talking about the same 'organic VR' but they help explain each other. The problem with Salvia divinorum when smoked is while the actual 'trip' may only be 20 minutes, to the person who took it it can seem like forever. While eating it produces a less intense experience, it last much longer. Salvia can be a very scarey experience I really doubt that this is the secret ingredient. Something like a light dose of Psilocybin would be much more palatable to most users.
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You are speculating on something that I know. Don't draw conclusions till you know all the facts!
Message: Posted by: Hart Keene (Feb 11, 2005 12:19PM)
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On 2005-02-11 07:04, hackmonkey wrote:
Just a note to say, I still think the Fearson site is a joke. If I'm tripping out the last thing I want to be doing is sitting in front of a computer screen..........
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Different strokes for different folks.
Message: Posted by: kinesis (Feb 11, 2005 02:32PM)
The Fearson site is totally useless, there are no links, no contact details, no prices, no real description of what you actually get! Just a page of general statements. A Joke? Probably, but why?
Message: Posted by: Mehtas (Feb 11, 2005 02:38PM)
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On 2005-02-11 15:32, kinesis wrote:
The Fearson site is totally useless, there are no links, no contact details, no prices, no real description of what you actually get! Just a page of general statements. A Joke? Probably, but why ? [/quote]

kinesis,

He must be magic lover and Fearson hater with too much time in his hands. Not a hard to find type nowadays. :)

[b]Stay miles away from this product if you ever come across it.[/b]