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What is an example of thoughtcrime?
 
"Any thought that goes against the Party is thoughtcrime. For example, if one thought, “I hate Big Brother and wish the Party would fail,” they've committed thoughtcrime and could be arrested."
 
What is the punishment for thoughtcrime?
 
"A thoughtcrime is the criminal act of holding unspoken beliefs that oppose or question the Party. By thinking “down with Big Brother,” Winston is thinking negatively about the Party. That is a thoughtcrime. Shortly following the previous quote, readers learn that the punishment for thoughtcrime is death."
 
What is thoughtcrime How is it policed?
 
"The Thinkpol use criminal psychology and omnipresent surveillance via informers, telescreens, cameras, and microphones, to monitor the citizens of Oceania and arrest all those who have committed thoughtcrime in challenge to the status quo authority of the Party and the regime of Big Brother."
 
 
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Masturbation

 

its also known as vr

 

you don’t think they have those?

 

it’s a trick with the polarizing nanofilters in the glass upon introduction of the 21st century flat screen TVs and how they differ from the vcr 

 

there was a term called ‘realD’ in theatres at the time but truth be told it has to do with heightened sensitivity in the retina being related to the growth of nerves or neurons in the prefrontal cortex and you get more wavelengths actually as the same function of the mind-body problem being related to how what we are looking at, not the object itself but the light reflected off it itself, interacting with the neurons, gives rise to self awareness via quantum entanglement. This is why picture quality rises relative to imaging capacity I n the prefrontal cortex allowing for greater wavelengths of light.

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