Monthly Archives: April 2017

Transition from Destiny to Quest in the genius’s journey

This is my humble opinion of how it tends to happen, re: Charlton. The beginning of the Destiny phase is simply the existence of traits that are necessary but not sufficient for genius: such as intelligence, conscientiousness, and associative horizon … Continue reading

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How to have meaningful dreams

This is the best method I’ve come up with to date. To optimize the frequency of psychologically esoteric dreams—if you’re into that sort of thing—here’s what I recommend. First, you need to wake up an hour early, but still be … Continue reading

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Equalism in the church

The societal function of equalism is for upper-class white people to browbeat lower-class white people, because if we’re biologically and materially interchangeable then being poor means you must be a sinful person who deserves to be poor. An illuminated soul … Continue reading

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Scientific description of guilt vs. shame

There are two bounds on cheating in societal dilemmas: what you think you can get away with, and what you can trick yourself into believing it’s acceptable to get away with. Shame is the emotional drive that prevents people from … Continue reading

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Owl melons have neanderthal-like adolescence

Refer to the adolescence phase of male aspie development. There are both similarities and differences in expression during this phase. The key is that both types become obsessed with performing violence effectively, but neanderthals express this in an emotional, endogenous, … Continue reading

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Intro to self-discipline

Turns out the underpinning knowledge of complex self-behaviorism like “habit chains” and “free energy from transitions” is not obvious. So, here’s the how part. This post is the why part. All desirable things can be used as ends to motivate … Continue reading

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Abstraction is the most important idea in computer science. Computer science is the American empire’s one great intellectual contribution, and I use its inception to mark the time between High Noon and the Age of Intellect in Glubb’s generation cycle. … Continue reading

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