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Morgana Tsukiyo

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  • Proof Max Singularity is a terrorist and is supported by terrorists in EVE Communication Center

    Mizhara Del'thul wrote:
    Does she weigh more or less than a duck?


    If she weighs the same as a duck, she's made of wood.

  • Off Topic Discussions in EVE Communication Center

    You know they cant consent, so it is usually classified as a fetich and may indicate a very narrow and limited sexual experience for yourselves.

  • Guristas are at it...AGAIN!!! in EVE Communication Center

    Doesn´t the environment count? Water vs earth poisonous bitty things have a difference.

    Pehaps it was a watery one due to the different shield class.

  • Guristas are at it...AGAIN!!! in EVE Communication Center

    The naming doesn´t follow the pattern of Guristas ships, probably a project name.

    A carrier shield on a frigate? If that is the case, i really want to see how the bendind of the current laws of the universe happened in order to achieve this.

    But watch out, if you´re giving away classified information from a major political power on a public medium, the explosions won´t stop at your brothers business, but soon on himself.

    And you.

  • Quafe Convoy Destroyed By Caldari Forces On Caldari-Gallente Border in EVE Communication Center

    Aria Jenneth wrote:

    But I'm beginning to think there's no deadlier venom in this world than a partial truth.


    That we agree on. Keep going further until you remove all the untruth that stands in your way.

    That is a lesson that everyone can apply to their own lives.

  • Quafe Convoy Destroyed By Caldari Forces On Caldari-Gallente Border in EVE Communication Center

    Aria Jenneth wrote:
    Morgana Tsukiyo wrote:
    Aria Jenneth wrote:
    Morgana Tsukiyo wrote:
    Time, the destroyer of all, will come for both sides either they unsheathe their swords or not.

    What does the battlefield know of war?

    To adopt such a perspective is to be the same as a stone.


    Nations may fall on the battlefield
    Victor and vanquished come and go
    And flowers bloom where the cannon pealed
    But only this do i know


    A stone can´t appreciate the beauty in it.


    No; that's true. A human can. But humans tend also to hold their causes worthwhile, whether time will lay all to ruin or not.

    Cosmic perspective is maybe a good thing to be aware of, but a basic part of understanding the Totality is to understand one's own place within it.

    I apologize if this is an unkind observation, Ms. Tsukiyo, but you don't seem to want to bother.


    No need to apologize, i´ve been where you are.

    I understand that it is hard to surrender to the void, let go of your personal constructs such as "ego", attachments, value, moral and judgments that give meaning to put the perspective of no-self at bay.

    When i was a youngling training in my monastery, whenever i got angry at master Kreia i visualized her on the recieving end of my blows and weapons. It gave focus to a feeling and action upon it brought satisfaction to percieved "injustices" from teachings i was too full to let pour in.

    As i grew older and it was my turn to teach younglings, i watched their red faces, their vigorous strikes, and i knew they were hitting a projection of me much as i did when i was their age. When you are consolidating your castle of beliefs, it´s important to have an antithesis available to give boundaries shape and form for your own thesis.

    But just like me they were not really hitting anything, and as i watched those kids playing a highly efficient martial version of make-believe it sank in. How illusions are powerful, how we generate the context to place ourselves into and the context in turn fuels the ego and holds it in one piece. How this field is contained by attachments that are created by the field itself.

    That night i looked up, and for the first time i saw the moon and how it shined upon us all. As i looked down, all i could see was proficient kids hitting illusions that they constructed themselves, oblivious to the light upon them.

    That night i reached my synthesis. That night i looked maya in the face and saw how beautiful she was. That night i crossed the gateless gate.

    So again, no need to apologize. I will continue to leave a trail of bread crumbs for those that could use indications, but the path is theirs to travel.

    Just don´t expect me to look at them as something other than children playing make believe wars.



  • Dev blog: New EVE Fiction Portal Launches in EVE Information Center

    I know how chaotic teamwork can be and people get realocated all the time for different things, however, could you guys please take a look at the suggestions and feedback provided and fix the mentioned stuff on the site? We´re still a few chronicles short and not organized, several 404 errors and the layout on different devices is kinda funky.

  • Quafe Convoy Destroyed By Caldari Forces On Caldari-Gallente Border in EVE Communication Center

    Aria Jenneth wrote:
    Morgana Tsukiyo wrote:
    Time, the destroyer of all, will come for both sides either they unsheathe their swords or not.

    What does the battlefield know of war?

    To adopt such a perspective is to be the same as a stone.


    Nations may fall on the battlefield
    Victor and vanquished come and go
    And flowers bloom where the cannon pealed
    But only this do i know


    A stone can´t appreciate the beauty in it.



  • Quafe Convoy Destroyed By Caldari Forces On Caldari-Gallente Border in EVE Communication Center

    Aria Jenneth wrote:

    And so extremists feed from each other. Each, after all, wants the same thing: all-out war.

    I wonder how many wars have benefited from this oppositional symbiosis.

    ... Probably, a lot.


    Time, the destroyer of all, will come for both sides either they unsheathe their swords or not.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Arrendis wrote:
    Morgana Tsukiyo wrote:

    Of course it doesn´t. Simply means that those who were compatible but didn´t get in


    Morgana Tsukiyo wrote:

    A capsuleer is a very rare breed [. . .] It´s not like they have an abundant supply to cherry pick from.


    Do please try to keep track of what it is you're claiming. Because you've just contradicted yourself. You were arguing against the idea that the available pool of applicants was wide enough that not everyone who could get in was getting in, ie: they can be screening out the nutjobs.

    Tell you what, though: how about I just pay attention to the people who don't openly tell me everyone should ignore them because nothing they say or do matters. Sound good? Eh, whatever you answer isn't important, so let's go with 'ok'.


    - Capsule compability is rare. (Biology + Psychology)
    - Not all of those that are compatible get in. (Money Limits + Individual traits and performance = Ranking)
    - With new tech, more of those that are compatible get in. (Less expenditure = More people with the same money)

    If you want to consider that criteria is cherry picking, than the issue it´s in your interpretation of a metaphor. Our kind continues to be rare, and the empires continue to do as much as they can with the budget they have, not picking who can be capsuleer as a whim.

    But as you said, let´s go with 'ok'.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Arrendis wrote:
    Morgana Tsukiyo wrote:
    The alphas are just a cheaper clone that can get stuff done that pleases the empires. [. . .]
    Nothing to do with compability to become a capsuleer.


    The alphas also represented a massive expansion, numerically, of the empires' capsuleer programs. If in November of YC 118, 3x as many people were completing the capsuleer programs per week as in October, this does not represent a massive change in the human genome.


    Of course it doesn´t. Simply means that those who were compatible but didn´t get in are now getting in because the budget allows the empires to finance their operations. How many pilots quit their operations due to expired plex? QE 4-He is very expensive.

    People take our infrastrucutre for granted and forget that our operation is subsidized by the empires and concord. The moment they pull the plug on our clone systems we´re pretty much dead as a force and we would live in a world without capsuleers.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Arrendis wrote:
    Graelyn wrote:
    Given the low number of genome-compatible candidates, I imagine they take anything that pops the screening process.


    If that were true, they wouldn't have been able to expand the empires' capsuleer programs last year with the alphas. Clearly, not everyone who can be an egger gets in.


    The alphas are just a cheaper clone that can get stuff done that pleases the empires. You reduce the maintenance of the workforce and those that excel get a better clone to do more stuff. Every ibis we get when we arrive in a station in a pod, every pod after we die, every clone bay and tech staff that monitors it, every clone and a lot of other support are financed by the empires. The alphas were just a way to spend less on us.

    Nothing to do with compability to become a capsuleer.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Aria Jenneth wrote:
    Mental conditioning aside, Achura do tend to find the capsule attractive for about the same reason our monks tend to practice martial arts so much: shifting the borders of what constitutes the "self."

    Traditional: practice with that [insert weapon here] until it becomes a part of your arm. Train until you move and act without thought, as naturally and automatically as wind blows or water flows. Be a sword, be a knife, be a gaffe hook and pole-- and realize, in that time, where is "self"?

    Capsule: jack into a chunk of technology and poof, you're a supercarrier. Where is "self"?

    You can maybe see the appeal of taking the kinda-sorta shortcut and getting to see the stars in the bargain instead of being stuck on Achura all your life.


    Precisely.

    There are no monolithic organizations and you pointed several good reasons for our people to take the leap. I was merely pointing to a certain framework of mind processes that are common to our people and foreing to others.

    And since you got to that point, you know what is like to be, and you know our capsuleer path is a shortcut for several years of training to get to that position. Project transcendence is an extensions of this, but instead of a knife or a supercarrier, a shortcut to be one with the universe.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Halcyon Ember wrote:

    Achurans are crazy?


    Hard mental conditioning and training since childhood. At least the rural ones, never cared for the big SuuVee cities, too much mundane aspects.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Halcyon Ember wrote:

    It does seem like they accept whatever lunatics pass selection.


    Perhaps those are precisely the ones capable of enduring such a process.

    As mentioned, the psychological resilence to endure the dissolution of ego is as important as the physiological compabilities. I can´t find the bibliography right now, but that may be one of the factors of such a large portion of achura capsuleers within the ranks.


  • Tell us about your home planet. in EVE Communication Center

    Veikitamo Gesakaarin wrote:

    Look, it's not that I like or dislike much of anyone. However, when I can barely trust myself most days I'm hardly going to trust anyone else. The obfuscation of truth with lies is just due diligence for me. Sure, it reduces the potential for that close personal rapport some crave but in the end I know myself, and what I do, and the last thing I want is someone complaining, "But I thought I knew you!" When I make them subject to defenestration due to a sudden lack of impulse control during coitus.


    Those not ready to embrace a person in a state of surrender, and the many many variations of their responses shouldn´t even start playing with fire anyway.

    That being said.

    Hello there.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Halcyon Ember wrote:
    Arrendis wrote:
    Graelyn wrote:

    I doubt we are considered a complete success. If you can't work out serious degenerative dementia issues among our relatively low numbers, no way in the hells that you'd dump it on Humanity At Large.


    Screening violently psychotic tendencies out, rather than seeming to screen toward them, might be a good start. Given the number of eggers who are rampaging murderbots with no other real ambitions... I can't imagine that's a normal sampling of the population, even with my generally dim view of humanity. That has to be a trait or tendency the capsuleer programs look for and promote.


    Unless whatever it is that allows us to survive the process is also mostly prevalent in murderously inclined individuals.
    A linkage of traits.


    Graelyn wrote:
    Given the low number of genome-compatible candidates, I imagine they take anything that pops the screening process.


    A capsuleer is a very rare breed, first the physiological aspect, then the psychological treatment. It´s not like they have an abundant supply to cherry pick from.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Mizhara Del'thul wrote:
    In a world of infomorphs and all manner of potential infomorph corruption, malicious modification or other means of compromise, it's a pretty daft capsuleer that doesn't have a whole lot of layers of security including... let's call them "rollbacks" and redundancies.

    People don't even treat their damn channel logs as recklessly as their infomorphs these days, it's insane.


    Lot´s of CONCORD regulations kinda monopolizing the market. The fluid router business got on pretty good with several companies operating it (with due supervision from concord of course), why the clone market doesn´t do the same points only to an agenda of their own to limit our power, the available technology, and most of all, protecting the gateless doors of the dreamstate.

    That is why i invite people to help project Transcendence push the boundaries of not only their grasp on us, but the grasp from this universe.

  • Hello dears. Let's have a chat, shall we? in EVE Communication Center

    Aria Jenneth wrote:


    That seems to be the case, yeah.

    It's the result of someone hacking my infomorph in storage and digitally corrupting a lot of it, so it's not like I just hit my head or something. Practical skills and intellectual knowledge survived; pretty much nothing else did.

    So, yeah. I'm not really her, as such.


    Was that... you?

  • Get to know Fabuleux! in EVE Communication Center

    Fabuleux wrote:

    Hmmm..With Capsuleer support, maybe Fabuleux's voice and words will be taken more seriously by the snobs that run the NES.

    As for designing a uniform for your corporation darling, Fabuleux would be honored with such a task. But fashion is not something that can be made in a few days. Fabuleux would appreciate it if you allowed him the time to reflect and think on the perfect uniform to represent a entire organization's workforce.



    My body is yours for inspiration.

    Shall we meet and drink from inspiration?

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