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Category Archives: models of thinking
Eastern enlightenment is not what you think. I mean, maybe it is. But it’s probably not. There’s a reason it’s so elusive, and there’s a reason that it hasn’t joined western science and the western world the way that curiosity … Continue reading
My global trends prediction for this year: The world will be more pro recreational drug. Voluntary euthanasia will be legalised in more places Bitcoin will crash health food/exercise market will grow massively. like twofold. Electric cars will grow, not fast … Continue reading
I always wished I had an answer sheet. A cheat sheet to a lot of my problems. Well now I do. But it’s all in my head. I solved a lot of my problems by reading books and building models … Continue reading
This year I read 79 or so books. Also there are 24 more books that I put down without finishing. That’s a lot to summarise. I have already spent more than 15 hours and restarted the process of summarising twice. … Continue reading
Everyone thinks the attention game is about attention. It is (of course) but it isn’t. It’s about meaning. We give attention to the things that we find meaningful. Attention being a rough proxy our brain provides for meaning. That means … Continue reading
Epistemic status: Shower thoughts, but also – Actually trying things. There are times in life where you will have made a breakthrough. You will have had a success and you will think, “great, time for a holiday”, I should quit … Continue reading
When I started trying to become the kind of person that can give advice, I went looking for dragons. I figured if I didn’t know the answers that meant the answers were hard, they were big monsters with hidden weak … Continue reading
When the microscope was invented, in a very short period of time we discovered the cell and the concept of microbiology. That one invention allowed us to open up entire fields of biology and medicine. Suddenly we could see the … Continue reading
She wasn’t respecting me. Or at least, that’s what I was telling myself. And I was pretty upset. What kind of person was too busy to text back a short reply? I know she’s a friendly person because just a … Continue reading