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... fiction, and ultimately beneficial from harmful.  It is my conjecture that the failure of two-thirds of adults to ever achieve the abilities of formal reasoning is due to wrong use of the relevant ...
2. Pillars Of Nobility
(Category - French (Fr))
... history and fiction in a series of articles that will be (ideally) released on a trimestrial basis when we'll be at cruise speed... (edit jan 2018)    ...
3. Stuff by Members
(Category - French (Fr))
  "It was the dawn of the future... On Planet Earth (and already a bit beyond), the Toilet Empire's legions were destroying audacious ideas, slaughtering cheerfulness, burning curiosity, ...
4. Beyond The Porcelain Throne
(Category - French (Fr))
  In this section you'll find all the articles of Beyond The Porcelain Throne series. It's a science-fiction kind of allegorical story about our current situation. It borrows from numerous scifi ...
5. Ground Floor
(Workshop/Pillars Of Nobility)
... resources, numerous science-fiction authors had written about so many alien species and an unaccountable number of earthlings were typically convinced that extra-terrestrial species were not only populating ...
6. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...    5.3 fiction, games, plays STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION  ...
... believes something is going on in real life that in fact is fictional, or if we have no input; where it believes not much is going on at all; problems will emerge.[12] We already know about the power ...
... this fictional, and assuming that we get this right when we don't is a cause of many ills. Belief and fantasy are both valid contexts for framing reality. For example, it's okay to imagine that you're ...
... require. We are so busy trying to be fictional 'ideal selves' that we have no time left to practice being our real selves. This is why most abilities just don't develop in nets that are hothoused. Added ...
... into dependence, which requires (among other things) subverting biological morality into the fixed rules of a counterfeit system which some people made up in the past (ie, it's fictional and static; this ...
... and patient in navigating around snapbacks when dealing with your own. The permanent value of reason in determining truth from falsehood, reality from fiction, is well worth the temporary disillusion and ...
12. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  Fiction Exercise, declarative memory Choose one page of any fiction book at random and read through it once. Put the book away out of your sight and answer the following questions:   Who ...
... by 'standing on the shoulders of giants'; culture shares our collective realized imaginings through time; fictional, practical, technological, emotional, intellectual, artistic, scientific. Having access ...
... fiction. Learning the difference between fact and fiction and forming a new ontology (world view) is something NHers must usually do anew because when we begin, almost all of us don't understand the ...
15. Intermediate questions for Profiling Game
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... (b) rarely (c) often (d) all the time” “X probably reads/listens to fiction (a) never (b) rarely (c) often (d) all the time” “X probably (a) drinks more coffee than tea (b) ...
16. Basic questions for Profiling Game
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  Basic questions for Profiling Game, examples: “If X made a list of their 20 all time favorite movies, would it probably include: (a) more than five science fiction (b) more than five musicals ...
17. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART ONE
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
...  [ ]F I enjoy nurturing things and taking care of things and watching them develop 4.6 Play, Metaphoric language & Creativity [ ]A I'm good at role-playing/acting/writing fiction/poetry [ ...
18. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  have to write much!) After watching each one, you are going to vote on the following things: What character in the movie [not actor -fictional character] ...
... by the doctor who taught his baby son to speak only Klingon (the language of a fictional alien race in Star Trek) for the first three years of life.[3] The child happily mastered Klingon, but as soon as ...
... these assumptions are wrong. Many science-fiction stories have played with the idea of someone “having their memory wiped”, and almost all of them get it wrong. If your memory were totally ...
... 3 and the mind relies on it for all sorts of functions.   For You and Against You: Fact versus Fiction   Only very recently (2008-2011) have we become able by virtue of developments in ...
... how to play, and the closest that they ever get to it is reading fiction. Consequently they can only learn things the slow way –fed in from the top-down (school fashion). And it’s slower by ...
23. Foundations
(Workshop/Pillars Of Nobility)
  Foundations   It was late at night. Sitting on an old stone bench ideally situated a few meters above my house, in a shallow depression of the rocky shouldering ridge it was built upon, ...
24. Wisdom of Life Never Finished
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
  Wisdom of Life Never Finished Once there is old man, wife died, but live happily with young son, small land, some goat, good ass, and with many rice. Bamboo rampant all ways. One day ...
25. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... for most people, the idea of life without work for payment is something they can only contemplate in a fictional or imaginary context. For example, if we consider the 'star trek' universe, in which there ...
26. The Dawn Era Calendar
(FAQs/General Issues)
... often been influenced by it), the culture of science-fiction whether in literature or in cinema, can also contribute to that mental vision we share of the universe. And here we are, my fellow dudes, ...
27. Preliminary Statement
(Workshop/Pillars Of Nobility)
... a 2 pages prolog to writing a saga in 3 or 4 volumes, just like that, because you'd like to. So I thought that working on a fiction, which would be a bit more than 2 pages and far less than 4 volumes, ...
... fiction, and ultimately beneficial from harmful.  It is my conjecture that the failure of two-thirds of adults to ever achieve the abilities of formal reasoning is due to wrong use of the relevant ...
... be a factual or a fictional example as long as it inspires us.) Motivation will be provided for free by your intent, if you are able to provide the background matrix that triggers it. To do this you ...
30. ICMM 4 Find (key factors of damage)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... art, especially poetry, is a bit of a waste of time and pretty meaningless. They may appreciate science-fiction (but only if the tech makes sense; I mean, you have to be able to explain how the warp engines ...
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