Cybernetic Ball Washers

By Josh

How does natural and cultural thinking. Learn more about this with Steve Wozniak. Thinking is done according to natural laws and cultural training. We can not solve us the natural brain potential. We can develop our thinking but high. We should leave the quantitative change in this world of computing where it belongs. We just need to know where to find what.

No computer will dominate us so, but in this regard has not changed only the people who stand behind it. First a short reminder: all human brains (master -, intermediate – and large brain) work when thinking about…… multi-taskisch analog (e >) and digital (ratio). We physically seen live in a 4-dimensional world: matter energy space-time. Thinking is done by the true perception of contrasts (duality, dialectic). We primarily think Westerners in the or logic (United States/EU / Australia) and and logic (natural fuzzy, Asia, etc.).

The egotist, known there as types of people Alterozentriker and altruists. The egotist are controlling cyberneticist and look in the center of the world: the Earth is a disc and everything mechanistically revolves around them. The Alterozentriker are regulatory systemic win-win-win thinkers (my your nature). Here the Earth is vitalistisch connected to a ball and all-is with all (neg.-pos. Feedback). Frank Schirrmacher (FAZ) wrote recently in DER SPIEGEL 47/2009 mutatis mutandis: computers have changed our behaviour and our way of thinking and computer will determine our lives! This is non-sense! Men are also not automatically black.controlled because they have a women’s libbers have even claimed as Schwarz(er)-sehende. For the younger was sent ahead: there was a life before the Internet age! It was different, not better! And the Internet is just a new tool, such as the EDP, and one new method (what? like?). After the invention of book printing and steam engine the third great cybernetic (control) Revolution (cultures: Taylorism, Darwinism, Marxism) in evolution (discovery of nature: fire, wheel,) right angle).

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