Intro to Asperger’s and some conspiracy theorizing

I should probably just read a book on aspies at this point. If you have a recommendation thatd be cool

a
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The best introduction I’ve found was a lecture by Tony Atwood on a library DVD. (I’ll put it up on Dropbox when I get home and link it here.) Here’s a summary.

Read everything here as well: http://paulcooijmans.com/asperger/. Between Atwood, Cooijmans, and Infogalactic you can have an excellent working knowledge of Asperger’s in about five hours. Add a couple hours of Rdos and you’ll be able to test out of Edenism 101.

The problem you run into is that, in recent years, autism has become a politicized topic with a number of interest groups pushing agendas (e.g. the well-funded Autism Speaks vs. the grassroots group Autism Speaks Doesn’t Speak for Me). For example, “Asperger’s” was taken out of the DSM-V because it’s assumed to be high-functioning autism, despite HUGE diagnostic differences like normal language development vs. delayed language development.

Asperger is listed as a Pervasive Developmental Disorder. This is a group of serious inborn life-long disorders which include autism (Autistic Disorder) as well as Asperger and a few other disorders. So in the diagnostic manual, Asperger is not autism but is explicitly mentioned in its own right. [Ed: This article was written before the categories were conflated into “autism spectrum disorders”.]

There are however researchers and psychiatrists who believe Asperger is really the same as autism and should not be a separate diagnosis. There is controversy, with to my knowledge a majority in favour of the viewpoint that autism and Asperger are the same. I have written a review in Netherlandic of a book dealing with this.

In the current diagnostic criteria (D.S.M. IV), the main difference between the diagnoses is that autism requires a delay in language (speech) development in the first years of life, while Asperger requires the absence of such a delay. In practice, the Asperger diagnosis is by convention only given to persons who are not mentally handicapped.

Personally I think Asperger and autism should not be treated as the same disorder and do deserve separate diagnoses. I have heard that some psychiatrists, who believe Asperger and autism are the same, more or less boycott the current diagnostic criteria and simply give everyone “autism”. This is bad because it makes research into the possible differences a priori impossible.

Paul Cooijmans
Straight talk about Asperger syndrome

So just be aware, it’s gonna be like researching the Holocaust. There’s also a strong tendency to conflate Asperger’s with the traits common to German Jews and the upper middle class in general, like myopia, ectomorphism, and extreme status anxiety (that is, the neurosis of being a racial mutt).

It would be better to revise the Asperger criteria and make them more different from those for Autistic Disorder, for instance by including the less popular negative features that are missing from the current image of Asperger, but have been observed by Hans Asperger in his original study and are known from forensic psychiatry. These include motor clumsiness, insensitivity to another’s feelings, destructiveness, aggression, endlessly bottled-up anger, violent outbursts, and grim sadism. Some of these set Asperger apart from classical autism, and failing to include them in the criteria makes it appear as if Asperger and autism are really the same.

In addition and on the positive side, children with Asperger tend to have an unusual and rich fantasy life, while autistic children on the other hand are observed to be lacking in imagination.

Ibid.

Based purely on my own observations, here’s how I’d break these down:

Autism-Aspergers-Jews

Could you expand on this? This goes to woo territory, but is it part of this ongoing culture war and an attempt to remove the idea of a hyper-rational person that is actually not at all ill?

Pseudorandom Bypasser
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I take one issue with the formulation of this question. A hyper-rational person is a sociopath (homo economicus), whereas an aspie is better understood as a hyper-moral person (constitutionally unable to act in a pragmatic, unprincipled manner). If an aspie takes “rationality” as their principled ideal (as in libertarian big-C Capitalism), they might eventually act in pseudosociopathic ways, e.g. Rao’s “Be Slightly Evil”, but it would lack nuance and probably be comical in practice.

As for why this is happening, I suspect a confluence of factors. The most important is Concerned Parents and their special snowflakes engaging in pathological identity signalling. Whatever the indigo child diagnosis is this year, these people want in. We saw a similar phenomenon with ADHD. This is part of why there’s so much confusion between Gamma behavior and Asperger’s (another part being that there’s likely a genetic correlation between them).

Another reason is the neurotypical aversion to precise categories in general, and to aspie reification in particular:

One might wonder why some with Asperger want so much to “fit in”. It is so that a person with Asperger is seen by most normal people as “different”, even though many of those normal people will violently deny this when confronted (“There’s nothing wrong with you!”).

Paul Cooijmans
Straight talk about Asperger syndrome

I just learned today why the failure of low-status people to conform to unspoken expectations is punished so severely: it’s viewed as oppositional defiance, the proper response to which is anger and escalation until submission is achieved. Probably this is why I’ve previously said I’d take a pill to become a 100-IQ neurotypical in a heartbeat—the potential to accidentally provoke a tribal “swarm” response is a pretty rational source of anxiety for someone with boundary issues, like me. You don’t want to be the Other in a town of homo sapiens.

The last likely reason, and the most woo one, is that sociopaths and neurotypicals both benefit from the conflation of Geek and Sociopath categories.

Sociopaths like to be mistaken for charismatic Geeks so they can be seen as co-creative collaborators rather than mere marketers. And in many cases, they do engage in enough creativity for this to be plausible, and their extraordinary intelligence often allows them to synthesize the genius of others (e.g. Steve Jobs, Bill Gates).

Neurotypicals benefit from conflating these categories because calling the Geeks takers rather than makers gives them carte blanch to use the stick and withhold the carrot indefinitely because the Geek “deserves” this treatment for failure to conform, i.e. failure to be homo sapiens.

When I formalize Edenic political science, this is the observation that I want to explain:

Decrease in neanderthal admixture

40,000 years of gradual Geek genocide. Eventually, one begins to notice a pattern where MOPs want the widgets but want the stale pale white males to just…go away, please. In short, I could complain about my life situation a great deal more than I actually do, accusations of my “victim narrative/slave morality” notwithstanding. A VP commenter put it succinctly:

Van Jones is a card-carrying member of the grievance industry. He has no problem with grievances at all.

What he has a problem with is the terrifying idea that people of European descent might actually be aggrieved.

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  1. a says:

    >In short, I could complain about my life situation a great deal more than I actually do, accusations of my “victim narrative/slave morality” notwithstanding.

    Life is suffering. You have a condition that adds perhaps 20 to 30 percent more suffering than the average person experiences. To get resentful at people who don’t understand you and your atypicality (Or more toxically at existence itself) will not work, and will only increase your suffering.

    The options as I see them:
    1. Learn the basics of normies from the ground up, then the advanced concepts, and use massive amounts of deliberate practice and study to become competent in social life (Doable, but will need thousands of hours of work on top of what you have learned and practiced in your life)

    2. Find an IRL community of ppl like you, don’t let it turn into a grievance pool, and just live life and let the normies be normies.

    You’ve done a decent amount of 1 and you’ve started to meet ppl similar to you IRL. I think that’s smart and you should just do more of that.

    • Pseudorandom Bypasser says:

      Saint Qoymans compares it to being blind or missing both legs.

      • Aeoli Pera says:

        It’s good to be aware of this so as to set reasonable expectations. But I have a heuristic I use for deciding whether to complain.

        1) Only complain to people who care.
        2) Nobody cares.

        On the other hand, complaining can be great entertainment if you put some effort into presentation.

        • TM says:

          Complaining can lower status leading to more punishment. It’s paramount to do everything possible to avoid problems which lead to complaining and to avoid complaining itself. Also, approach hard things as if they were easy and signal that they are easy. This frames you as higher status and cuts you a little bit of slack.

          • TM says:

            It’s also important to smile and pretend you enjoy your shit job, no matter how bad. Not doing so will make you seem oppositionally defiant.

            • “Also, approach hard things as if they were easy and signal that they are easy.”

              That’s just good mental hygiene anyway – framing hard things as easy gets you more into flow and task network.

              “It’s also important to smile and pretend you enjoy your shit job, no matter how bad. Not doing so will make you seem oppositionally defiant.”

              Yeah, so what? Play the game, and get out ASAP. Form an LLC and network with people you like. The door is open to opportunity.

              You guys are just addicted to “being right” rather than “producing results”. It’s one of those fundamental mindset shifts that need to be made to reach true sigmahood. See here: http://www.mind-trek.com/reports/tl10-2.htm

        • a says:

          Complaining is useful in one type of situation: The other person has expressed their dissatisfaction with something and you trash the samen thing. This builds connection.
          You can also complain if you make the complaints funny.
          Other than that all complaining done by a man is seen as weakness(Men are supposed to solve the tribes problems and all that)

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      Yup. We play the hands we’re given.

    • I used to be a pretty autistic NEET working minimum wage with zero social skills, lack of friends, no hope for the future, etc. Now I’m pretty far from that. Determined growth, putting in the reps, and having the mindset that plasticity is real and things can change == winning over time.

  2. “I just learned today why the failure of low-status people to conform to unspoken expectations is punished so severely: it’s viewed as oppositional defiance, the proper response to which is anger and escalation until submission is achieved.”

    I swear this explains something like 50% of my problems in life.

    • TM says:

      Also they’re viewed as a threat to group structural integrity.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      Learning to read minds is a matter of life and death, especially in the current year when Geek is Chic, engineering is prestigious, and HR says there’s NO PLACE for the sexually undesirable.

    • You guys are stuck in trying to process neurotypical group emotions. You keep complaining about “saps gonna sap” or some version of the same thing, over and over and again.

      Get over it, already. Find peace. Accept humans for what they are. Form your own tribes.

      Yes, there are real problems with NT group dynamics, but most of them arise out of being reactive to them. Be proactive, play the game, and then get out ASAP.

      • Also, I should live up to my promise, and take that break from Edenism that I’ve been blabbing about. See you guys!

      • Koanic says:

        Do you really think they haven’t heard “Get up and walk” before? When Jesus said it, he also supplied the miracle. If you want to be a life coach, then be one… and measure the results.

        • I don’t particularly desire to be a life coach per se, but I can’t help but to have my “wanting to help” urge activated when I see smart people with potential wasting away in NEETdom while spending all their time posting crap and not-winning. Especially as I’ve been there, and have a lot of the scripts and mindsets (I believe) for getting out of it.

          That’s why I say anyone who wants can reach out to me over email, and I’ll help as much as I can.

          Getting out of reactivity is kind of like “get up and walk” – in the same sense that a baby just has to get determined and get up and walk. It can be done, it just takes a mindset shift and some raw grit.

          I’m no miracle worker and I can only accomplish results in so far as someone is willing to put in a bare minimum of compliance and effort. Like answering email once per week. But it can definitely be done – without any miracles.

          Koanic, you really need to step up as a leader and lead your tribe to better times. There’s a lot of people here wasting away, who could be put to more productive use. If you don’t have desire to lead, then appoint a lieutenant who does, and set people to work on escaping NEETdom and misery and actually getting something of value done.

          That’s it. I’m out. Thanks for all the good times, y’all.

          • Koanic says:

            > Koanic, you really need to step up as a leader and lead your tribe to better times. … If you don’t have desire to lead, then appoint a lieutenant who does,

            Hahaha. Boys, we got a VOLUNTEER! I pick you. Good luck.

            Seriously, either you can do it or you can’t. Start a business as a life coach and see whether you advice is actually worth more than what you currently charge for it.

            • a says:

              At least you know you aren’t leader material. Or even worth being helped!

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              And….I figure that’s where both parties run out of constructive criticism. Let’s practice being “over it”, as the kids say.

            • “Start a business as a life coach and see whether you advice is actually worth more than what you currently charge for it.”

              Yeah, yeah. Reframe instead of listening.

              Your constant need to start flame wars and alienate people, along with your incredible levels of mental masturbation and pathological apathy, will drag down anyone who listens to you.

              And that’s my final word in this debate. May I be proven wrong in the above!

            • Sorry for the above. I let my anger get the best of me.

              Bye everyone. (Sorry for repeating myself).

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              It’s cool, we’re obviously a frustrating bunch of people. I blame the psychoticism.

              Godspeed in your travels.

            • Koanic says:

              > At least you know you aren’t leader material. Or even worth being helped!

              You are a liar, and your warmed over book summaries are superfluous.

              > Yeah, yeah. Reframe instead of listening.

              I challenge you to step up, and you run away. If my sarcasm discourages you, then you never had the moral stamina for it in the first place. If you think your advice is that good, then you can go straight to building a product, perhaps a book. But I’ll tell you right now, it isn’t. If you want to help people, do it commercially to prove the concept, and then take charity cases who will repay you when they succeed, as a business investment.

              You don’t even do the bare minimum of organizing your thoughts into an accessible blog. You have no right to tell others what they should be doing do to help.

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              Calling someone a liar is a strong claim. Prove or retract. I will not accept a lawyer’s definition. You must prove it according to the colloquial usage: a nefarious person showing a pattern of antisocial deception.

            • Koanic says:

              Not the briar patch!

              MM is a gamma. Vox has written than when a gamma is cornered with no escape, he makes an irrelevant comment about how we’re all just friends here. When I cornered MM in a prior discussion, he claimed I knew I liked having him around, and that he was being nice. Both of these were lies. I obviously do not like having him around, and he was being passive aggressive, not nice.

              Now in this discussion, he claims again to read my mind:
              1. I know I am not a leader.
              2. I know I am not worth being helped.

              As for #1, I know I am a leader. That is why, rather than burning my credibility exhorting my potential followers to walk on crippled and broken legs, I have built an exosuit that will allow them to run.

              If EW wants to help cripples jog, he should start a business. Then he will discover why those businesspeople tend to focus on the already successful – because they don’t actually know how to fix broken legs.

              As for #2, I know I am worth being helped. I solicited help from a holistic doctor who ran a wide battery of tests which identified the out-of-range biometric variable that allowed me to self-diagnose and self-repair sufficiently to resume pursuit of life objectives. This Christian doctor will indirectly massively benefit the humanity, through me. What I do not need is the ignorant, unsolicited, untested help of the young and emotionally incontinent.

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              a’s response was deleted for being completely out of line. I’m not sure why the stronger personalities around here have acquired such strong opinions about who I associate with, but these opinions are not an excuse to drop the mantle of civilized behavior. I will not tolerate incontinent aggression and this is not the ghetto.

            • aaa says:

              What he is saying is bullshit, Aeoli. I will call him out as long as it is still up. Why is what he has said ok but my criticism- which is factually more accurate although much more hurtful- not ok?

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              Because I’m a NW European and we take escalation very seriously. I understand negotiation and political advocacy in particular require taking an exaggerated stance, but we treat in-group economics and politics as separate, even if this is not the natural state of man. Observe Edenist Whackjob’s advocacy for instance.

            • xfdgshui, says:

              The PC version of my response to Koanic.

              > “cornered” MM in a prior discussion.
              No, I really was being nice, considering you flamed me.

              >Now in this discussion, he claims again to read my mind

              Apply this to your continually reading everyone’s minds.

              >rather than burning my credibility exhorting my potential followers to walk on crippled and broken legs, I have built an exosuit that will allow them to run.

              You have been making USELESS software in China. Don’t lie about being some kind of savior.

              >If EW wants to help cripples jog, he should start a business. Then he will discover why those businesspeople tend to focus on the already successful – because they don’t actually know how to fix broken legs.

              How can you write off a body of knowledge summarily?!?! I know that THIS STUFF WORKS. You have no right to throw it all out just because you have no understanding of it.

              >Will indirectly massively benefit the humanity, through me.

              On your current trajectory you will only lead ppl to self destruction!

              >What I do not need is the ignorant, unsolicited, untested help of the young and emotionally incontinent
              >ignorant
              You are engaging in profound ignorance of a body of knowledge that can solve a great many, perhaps even most, problems.
              >Untested
              LIE. How many principles of success keep popping up again, again, and again from ppl in wildly different professions and time periods. Orrison Swett Marden(born 1848) and Donald Trump have the EXACT SAME ideas and frame of existence!
              In fact, I challenge you to find a SINGLE person who succeeds that did not follow the principles of success.

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              >No, I really was being nice, considering you flamed me.

              You have to admit your online people skills have room for improvement.

              >LIE. How many principles of success keep popping up again, again, and again from ppl in wildly different professions and time periods. Orrison Swett Marden(born 1848) and Donald Trump have the EXACT SAME ideas and frame of existence!
              In fact, I challenge you to find a SINGLE person who succeeds that did not follow the principles of success.

              Necessary but not sufficient.

              You ought not to accuse someone of lying when they are merely incorrect. I can make a pretty nice list of Koanic’s flaws, intellectual and personal, but dishonesty isn’t one of them.

            • Koanic says:

              All that needs to be said, MM, is that Aeoli asked me to prove or retract, and I haven’t retracted.

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              Your case was disappointing and a bit insulting, given your abilities and observed enthusiasm in such things. If I were an objective observer brought in to judge a lovers’ spat, I would have gained zero insight into the situation.

            • xfdgshui, says:

              No wonder you ran to China. You are intolerable.

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              I prefer to describe him as “immune to criticism”. Which is mostly true. Sometimes though there’s this thing where he dismisses an opinion and, in the process of explaining why, convinces himself to take the opposite position or a moderate one. It’s quite autistic.

            • xfdgshui, says:

              That’s the whole “warping reality so that you end up right” thing I think. Seems like everyone, normie or not, has the urge to do this (And it makes sense- the rational areas of your brain shut down during an argument and your brain gets ready for violence).

              Koanic, for both our sakes lets just ignore each other. It wastes my time, it wastes your time, and it wastes Aeoli’s time. Everybody has shit to do.

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              It only takes one to not tango.

            • xfdgshui, says:

              >You have to admit your online people skills have room for improvement.

              True, from both the angle of wasting time on ppl I know I dislike and for misjudging ppl- like you during the kratman shit. If I had known that aspies don’t reciprocate normally then that would have completely altered my conclusion of what was going on.
              Im deff not great at any non face to face communication.

              >You ought not to accuse someone of lying when they are merely incorrect.

              If he wasn’t lying, and instead has little knowledge on the subject (After months of both you and me posting about it and the many comments on AP about all of it) then that would mean:
              1. His entire argument falls to pieces and he was out-of-the-know, which is bad for an intellectual, and worse for a leader
              2. He WAS lying in a sense because he was making claims about something he knew nothing about. That’s a lie in my estimation.

              Anyway I gotta go. plz comment rate subscribe and remember to hit the bell icon

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              Lol, I will make autism great again, just watch.

            • Koanic says:

              The gamma idiot was lying about what I know. It takes no effort to demonstrate. He lies again, saying my software is useless. He can’t know that, and it’s useful to me, so this is by definition false.

              He’s lying about me only leading people to self-destruction. He can’t know that, and in fact I have led people to Christ.

              He claims I have no understanding of self-help literature, when in fact I’ve read lots of it. Lie again.

              It’s just boring to keep listing his lies. I did the first one off the top of my head. It’s actually way worse than I thought.

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              Same criticism as I told him: lies vs. incorrectness. And you still haven’t proved a pattern of antisocial, purposeful deception. People say false things all the time without being liars.

            • Koanic says:

              That criticism isn’t relevant here, because the lies I’ve demonstrated are things he cannot know. He is making shit up like a little gamma, aka lying. You can Aeolitalk that however you want. “But he means well and believes his own bullshit” is not a defense. Gamma lying begins with self-deception.

              Your mistake was to set yourself as judge in the trial of someone you want to maintain relations with, who is guilty of the charge.

            • Aeoli Pera says:

              I can’t be mistaken in setting myself as judge, because I’m the only one with the password to the blog. I can’t decide not to make a decision.

              You could be spending this attention pulling the weeds in your own garden, you know. Regardless of whether they mean anything to you, you mean something to them and you have a duty to act in a Christlike manner toward them.

            • Koanic says:

              No, I couldn’t. I don’t have the health to take modafinil and be an actual robot man. I do not mind youthful enthusiasm for bullshit as long as it keeps its grubby paws to itself. And you’re incorrect. Vox doesn’t judge the accuracy of aspersions against JC Wright’s character in his comment section, for this very reason.

            • Koanic says:

              > Sometimes though there’s this thing where he dismisses an opinion and, in the process of explaining why, convinces himself to take the opposite position or a moderate one. It’s quite autistic.

              There is more insight in two contradictory extreme positions than one muddled middle. The direction of corrective thrust depends on the vector of the trajectory error. No universal explanation for a correct mental model exists, because explanations are corrections to the audience mental model, which is variable. The Bible exists. The Bible is full of paradoxes.

              Autism is brain damage. I damage brains.

          • TM says:

            What’s your email address, friend?

      • bicebicebice says:

        “Be proactive, play the game, and then get out ASAP.”

        In order to be alpha, you need to also be gamma delta beta omega at the same time, somehow this is not acceptable tolerated or spoken of by self professed alphas, so when the alpha discovers his beta traits he becomes an obsessive narcissistic faggot trying to get back to perfection, always failing because alpha life is not a cocaine-fueled cruise through life even tho the internet told him so.
        This is also why betas don’t go alpha, they think they must cease to be beta 100% which will never happen. Itz a fail equilibrium from top to bottom. Thus this proactive-game-comfyneetscheme of getting in and out like a catburglar is nothing more than a quagmire of mental torment. Also keep in mind a Melon will never consider a Thal an alpha and vice versa, these over 9000-circumvention schemes will always lead to the same argument over and over and over again, lets add alpha not always meaning successful(according to which genetics?) to stoke the fire some more

        A mouse with 1000children and 100tons of bullions will always be a beta to a common spoilt obese domestic house cat. Jerk of all trades or masturbator of none.

  3. dana says:

    can you explain how jews are prone to “violent outbursts”?

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      Good question, I was probably thinking of Hollywood/NYC Jews and ignoring the low and middle. They have a higher rate of narcissistic psychopathy but it’s certainly not typical. Will have to correct.

      • dana says:

        > They have a higher rate of narcissistic psychopathy but it’s certainly not typical

        i would say this is true but manifests in attention seeking and maybe sexual predation like weinstein, jews are like inversely correlated with violence, it really doesnt make sense

        • Aeoli Pera says:

          Jews are typically averse to serious conflict because they prefer social competition (their strength) but the sort of outburst I’m referring to here is merely lashing out to modify someone’s behavior.

  4. Pseudorandom Bypasser says:

    >I take one issue with the formulation of this question. A hyper-rational person is a sociopath (homo economicus), whereas an aspie is better understood as a hyper-moral person (constitutionally unable to act in a pragmatic, unprincipled manner).

    I give you this but note that our connotations are somewhat different. I primarily meant it in the sense of having an ingenious over-reliance on reason instead of emotion and instinct, and secondarily in regards to how this might affect the social games that neurotypicals and sociopaths like to play. So, being overly rational but in the bounds of morality, and having a set of morals that is more based on reason than emotion. The bottom line of my original question was, that they’d conflate the person who truthfully points out that the emperor has no clothes, with drooling retards.

    >This is part of why there’s so much confusion between Gamma behavior and Asperger’s (another part being that there’s likely a genetic correlation between them).

    On a quick glance the similarities are disturbed and unsophisticated sociality and emotionality combined with increased solipsism and reduced ability to learn from social experiences. Mutation accumulation, thal admixture and increased intellectual traits come to mind. Mutation accumulation likely produces similar socioemotional degeneration as Asperger’s (ref. Charlton’s Endogenous personality and Cooijmans’ Associative horizon), but on a longer timescale and with more weight on personality traits. I imagine it as twisting or nipping certain cortical areas and respective limbic projections. Most aspies and omegas seem to born to gammas (Aren’t e.g. academics gammas by definition, if only for being outsiders and outliers?) and varyingly dysfunctional lower deltas. The latter are likely failed CT hybrids with all sorts of complications and possible history of abuse.

  5. bicebicebice says:

    ““Be Slightly Evil”, but it would lack nuance and probably be comical in practice.”
    that happens to me, “you should be cooked in an oven and gassed to death in a concentration camp” <—- "- haha thats so over the top is it the lastest meme?", said the normie. "No" <– haha you are so funny´ etc etc.

    "That’s it. I’m out. Thanks for all the good times, y’all." see you tomorrow

  6. a says:

    https://fightfailure.wordpress.com/2017/11/20/barking-up-the-wrong-tree/
    Best book I’ve read in a while! ^
    Next post will probably be a megaton post on all the practical advice found in Jordan Peterson’s series on the bible.

  7. jlkjpoihup says:

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  8. Mr. T. says:

    Some useful Asperger’s information here: A Mind-Body Look at the Concept of
    Asperger’s Syndrome, http://www.michaelsamsel.com/Content/Asperger/Asperger%27s%20Mind%20Body%20Approach.pdf

    “Aspies tend to rely on explicit processing, even for everyday matters. This means that they have to consider all possibilities, even ones that a neuro-typical would reject instantly as implausible or unlikely. ‘Likely’ is a feeling concept that has no place in logic. Sometimes aspies find ‘unlikely’ solutions, everyone else was missing. Other times, aspies are deemed cognitively deficient or ‘crazy’ for considering very unlikely possibilities.”

  9. Fame & Profit through Asperger’s (just a brief bit, starts about 6:38 point) –

    His big hit in the U.S., where he looks kinda like Sheldon Cooper –

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      Based on the body language where he’s shaking his head, he doesn’t really believe most of what he’s saying. Except for the bit where he says “It gives more than it takes”.

  10. I haven’t noticed sadism to be consonant with group behaviors in either the Asperger’s or Jewish communities…

    You might enjoy these two posts:

    timelessclassics.wordpress.com/2017/12/28/i-think-i-know-why-they-stayed-alone/?preview=true

    timelessclassics.wordpress.com/2017/12/29/the-creative-difference/?preview=true

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