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|06 - Difficulties in Theory||Brain Muscles||
There is probably one single very effective tool,
one that I find myself having a hard time defining,
a tool that helps me correlate evolution logic
with human psychology,
and for which I have just found a name, by a cascading definition:
1. Brain Muscles - (metaphorically muscle-like)
entities in the brain that perform brain activity.
2. Brain Muscle memory -
much like muscle memory,
portions of memory systems in the brain
who's 'job' is like muscle memory,
but with respect to 'brain muscles'.
Brain muscle memory seems to be
an effective analysis model for
human subconscious behavior.
By correlating to the behaviors of animals,
it opens the opportunity for a large collection of knowledge,
otherwise only dimly usable.
Animal behavior is mostly subconscious,
and its proximity to that of man is of high variance,
while the universe of specimen is very large
and is automatically classified into groups of low
variance in this respect.
|06 - Difficulties in Theory||Crib||
We have been collecting human knowledge for about
2 million years.
In the last 100,000 years we were also human.
Until just a short while back there was mostly Newton.
Science has rules.
There are exact definitions answering these questions:
What is a scientific experiment?
What is a scientific proof by experiment?
Then came Albert Einstein and said the following:
Postulate #1: The laws of physics are the same in all reference frames.
In plain English this means that if you are on a moving train
you can play ping pong inside as long as the windows are shut.
In other words, everything is relative.
Postulate #2: The speed of light through a vacuum
(300,000,000 m/s or 186,000 mi/sec)
is constant as observed by any observer,
moving or stationary.
In plain English, if you are on a train moving at
half the speed of light,
then the flashlight I'm pointing at you standing in the station will hit you just as fast.
In other words, light is NOT relative, it is an absolute,
and nothing can cross the speed of light.
When Charles Darwin came,
the knowledge environment was not ready to absorb
his material as a Proof of Evolution.
It still isn't.
Science is still in a crib.
|06 - Difficulties in Theory||Falacies?||
Everything in nature has a purpose.
Nature is perfect.
Many species are kind and symbiotic to one another.
Man has descended from the ape.
|06 - Difficulties in Theory||Gravity||
We take it for granted that apples fall down from trees,
even though we are clueless as to why that happens,
and so are the top scientists of our age.
Gravity is a law of Nature, and a very basic one at that.
We accept it, like we accept axioms in mathematics.
Evolution is far too complex to be treated as an axiom
or a law of Nature.
One must understand evolution in order not to believe in it.
We don't believe that apples fall down from trees,
we just know they do.
It is comforting to think that Newton knew why.