Monthly Archives: August 2019

Women the favored ones

If people want to work, if they will have to repeatedly reinvent themselves, and if Betty Friedan is right that women have been reinventing themselves all their lives, does that portend that women will, in the centuries to come, be … Continue reading

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One choice

One major choice to see to wait to step back to allow others to feed to nurture to sacrifice another choice :- Doug.

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Grandchild’s life story

Tell us the life story of one of your 300-year grandchild elders. :- Doug.

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Come live in the futures

You are invited to come live in the futures. :- Doug.

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Bigger than to get you through the day

Make choices bigger than to get you through the day. You will have choices. Choose consequential. :- Doug.

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Don’t choose well

Humanicity seems to be about choosing. If our choices are large—life-shattering—we live. If inconsequential, we bore ourselves, meaning is lost. So a useless class, all needs met, has no choices, no meaning, no reason to live. Don’t choose well, choose … Continue reading

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A shard for others

As we reflect we posit meanings of ourselves, adding just a shard for others to propose their directions. :- Doug.

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Hunger and conspire

As we hunger for insight we conspire with our reader three centuries on. :- Doug.

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Sniff in a new direction

To discover sniff in a new direction :- Doug.

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Inter-neural sport!

Conversing is the major inter-neural sport! :- Doug.

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Humanity from humanicity

Humanity is an outgrowth of humanicity. We are unlikely to improve the core humanicity; we have a chance to improve humanity. The chance might be in utilizing inter-neural nets and dreams: converse. :- Doug.

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Leaves us cold

The idea of a useless class and machines taking over leaves us cold. What is this “cold?” It is a clue to humanicity. :- Doug.

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Don’t know till end?

Is it possible we don’t know what life is about until the very end? :- Doug.

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Can we be intelligent about intelligence?

What value is there in what people 300 years ago knew? Instead, is there more value in what they felt? Is the most in what they dreamed? Can we even tap in? Can we become intelligent about intelligence, about what … Continue reading

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Hebb’s rule

Hebb’s rule some say says “neurons which fire together wire together.” Neural nets might be metaphor for people coming together so their brains wire together, helping us understand things from becoming friends to mob psychology. :- Doug.

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He was a surprise to us all

Elder Experienced, venerable Grandfathering, conversing, inviting He was a surprise to us all Me :- Doug.

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Holding on to past skills

There is that word “still” again! As if holding on to the past skills is the key to better life. :- Doug.

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