Atlanta, GAUSA 30307
December 23, 2011
Computational Theory, Neuroscience, Psychology, Sociology, etc etc
Boot camp. Human beings are not capable of fearing actual death - there is no way for them to know what it really is. Instead they fear the sudden lack of relevance to those still living... an external perception of what death is. So they think that if they are funny enough, devout enough, memorable enough, upstanding enough or whatever else they are taught is important in their community they will be relevant even after death. So they will not be objective, or organize their thoughts for efficient and precise generalization, instead opting for reason by metaphor. They will not examine themselves in any way that removes the mysticism of life. They will not question familiar concepts or leaders. The only thing that can take precedent over this is the actual survival instinct. That can motivate people to want to understand their surroundings. People need some individual experience with the chaos of nature without protection from others.
Hello. My name is Terrence Kwasha. I can often put information from one field to use in many others. That is why I like to learn about a broad range of subjects.