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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jul 22

@johnrobb @johnrobb – for what it is worth, the most fruitful model that I’ve found so far is the shift in human neural development from the quantitative (add more neurons) to the qualitative (improve the quality of synaptic connections). I think this is the way: The Economy of Quality.

@johnrobb @johnrobb – for what it is worth, the most fruitful model that I’ve found so far is the shift in human neural development from the quantitative (add more neurons) to the qualitative (improve the quality of synaptic connections). I think this is the way: The Economy of Quality.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jul 22

@johnrobb @technoshaman @HenrivanSoest @jgarzik My guess is that we have 36 months plus or minus 24.

@johnrobb @technoshaman @HenrivanSoest @jgarzik My guess is that we have 36 months plus or minus 24.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jul 22

@HenrivanSoest @johnrobb @jgarzik And weaving through the escalating “war of all against all” (particularly the psyops aspects).

@HenrivanSoest @johnrobb @jgarzik And weaving through the escalating “war of all against all” (particularly the psyops aspects).


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jul 22

Beautiful. One of my great regrets was not preserving time and energy for these moments. https://t.co/zt23CCHeK6 Quoted tweet from @docMJP: In my early 40s. Started reading books like The Hobbit when I was six. Still do to experience a lot of ideas and people from different times and places. Moved around a lot, worked all kinds of jobs and met and know all kinds of people many don’t plus names you all recognize. But—

Beautiful. One of my great regrets was not preserving time and energy for these moments. https://t.co/zt23CCHeK6 Quoted tweet from @docMJP: In my early 40s. Started reading books like The Hobbit when I was six. Still do to experience a lot of ideas and people from different times and places. Moved around a lot, worked all kinds of jobs and met …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jul 22

@HenrivanSoest @johnrobb @jgarzik The only viable solution is to increase our effective collective intelligence by a substantial amount. Elements on the critical path include increased collaborative capacity across semantic and ideological gradients, navigating the novelty of the networked digital terrain,

@HenrivanSoest @johnrobb @jgarzik The only viable solution is to increase our effective collective intelligence by a substantial amount. Elements on the critical path include increased collaborative capacity across semantic and ideological gradients, navigating the novelty of the networked digital terrain,


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jul 22

Jordan Hall retweeted: maybe it’s a sign of power’s cunning today that domination takes the form of a cure from suffering

Jordan Hall retweeted: maybe it’s a sign of power’s cunning today that domination takes the form of a cure from suffering


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jul 22

@GlitchesRoux @chaosprime The hardest thing.

@GlitchesRoux @chaosprime The hardest thing.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jul 22

@SamoBurja @8obThe8arker Fundamental

@SamoBurja @8obThe8arker Fundamental


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jul 22

@johnrobb Can you share more of what you are looking for? Like mechanism independent dynamics? Empirical studies? Simulations? Agent based simulations?

@johnrobb Can you share more of what you are looking for? Like mechanism independent dynamics? Empirical studies? Simulations? Agent based simulations?


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jul 22

@Cererean @johnrobb @waynermind This kind of selection and simplification is plausible but extremely non trivial. As usual it comes down to the actual “we”.

@Cererean @johnrobb @waynermind This kind of selection and simplification is plausible but extremely non trivial. As usual it comes down to the actual “we”.


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