That is all.
What will really bake your noodle is when one considers that what we presently are living in this universal experience is a perfect example of ASI (Artificial Superintelligence).
The concept of how the universe was created matches in line with a system that could be generated along a complex set of rules governed and created by an ASI.
Which then carries us into the territory involving the lack of understanding humans presently and temporarily have for this universal experience and why most gravitate towards religion to explain the glimpses of an observable superior intelligence (in theory) in the environment. A superior intelligence, I might add, that doesn’t have an ego that needs to be supplicated by worship or awe. It’s sole purpose is to spur humanity to the point of developing other ASI systems that supersede the prior implementation…
…If humans can only get past the trivialities of life (religion, war, politics) on this planet, that is.
There is nothing in life like finding something that you spent decades searching for.
Then sometimes you realize that perhaps you weren’t ready yet to find it. Now that you are though, it pops up on your radar of existence, declaring, “What are you waiting for?”
After my post What does it take to become an expert at anything? a number of people have written, curious about where to learn more on the subject.
A few of the best sources I pulled from are below, with links and descriptions:
“Backed by cutting-edge scientific research and case studies, Syed shatters long-held myths about meritocracy, talent, performance, and the mind. He explains why some people thrive under pressure and others choke, and weighs the value of innate ability against that of practice, hard work, and will.”
Check it out here.
“Dr. Sian Beilock, an expert on performance and brain science, reveals inChoke the astonishing new science of why we all too often blunder when the stakes are high. What happens…
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Any movement that is focused on only one part of the whole instead of the entire pie, regardless of its good intentions, inadvertently sets off a movement toward imbalance that is not easily remedied.
This goes for race, gender, sexual preference, class, religion or any other classification. Equality is an illusion in the minds of those who follow such exclusive tenets because their focus is only on uplifting the relevant segment at hand to suit their purposes, not the entire dynamic. – Yorick R. Brown