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by daylen
Mon May 03, 2021 12:11 pm
Forum: Housing Questions
Topic: Learn to be easy to live with?
Replies: 17
Views: 906

Re: Learn to be easy to live with?

Sounds like regression from 5 to 3. Which is fairly widespread currently and [with great dissonance] aims for deinstituionalization and regression to tribalism. Intolerance of intolerance regressing into just intolerance. To link up with OP, people are simultaneously more connected and more physical...
by daylen
Mon May 03, 2021 11:00 am
Forum: Housing Questions
Topic: Learn to be easy to live with?
Replies: 17
Views: 906

Re: Learn to be easy to live with?

I find that attending to partial truths/insights across several frames is more practical than attending to partial deviations between frames. For instance, within the territory of human development there are at least 10 different frames/systems that attempt to map the territory. None are complete, o...
by daylen
Mon May 03, 2021 10:09 am
Forum: Housing Questions
Topic: Learn to be easy to live with?
Replies: 17
Views: 906

Re: Learn to be easy to live with?

@7W5 The worldview of K4 is oriented towards equality of opportunity, and K5 balances equality of opportunity (i.e. freedom) with equality of outcome (i.e. equity). Tolerance of intolerance would be both a K4 and a K5 thing as K4 tolerates the freedom of others to be intolerant ... until the intoler...
by daylen
Fri Apr 30, 2021 11:20 am
Forum: ERE Journals
Topic: Daylen's Instinctual Dump
Replies: 215
Views: 31625

Re: Daylen's Instinctual Dump

Second post is up on blog. Covers attention, mirrors, agency, communion, cycles, graphs (like a web of goals), shadows, and more!
by daylen
Thu Apr 29, 2021 12:32 am
Forum: ERE Journals
Topic: Daylen's Instinctual Dump
Replies: 215
Views: 31625

Re: Daylen's Instinctual Dump

I buy ramen at the store for now but learning how to make pasta is a goal of mine. Not sure when I will get around to it, ha.
by daylen
Wed Apr 28, 2021 8:58 am
Forum: ERE Journals
Topic: Daylen's Instinctual Dump
Replies: 215
Views: 31625

Re: Daylen's Instinctual Dump

Yeah, it is meant as just a heuristic. The up/down, left/right, and front/back mappings are not strictly necessary to establish the distinctions, but I thought they were good enough for pedagogy.
by daylen
Tue Apr 27, 2021 11:48 am
Forum: ERE Journals
Topic: Daylen's Instinctual Dump
Replies: 215
Views: 31625

Re: Daylen's Instinctual Dump

Just released the first post on my new blog if anyone is interested: daylenbonner.com

The next post is likely to be titled "Integration of Mind". From there, many paths open up for exploration.
by daylen
Sun Apr 18, 2021 12:38 pm
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: Food and climate change
Replies: 291
Views: 15111

Re: Food and climate change

You can partially treat the concept as a binary and partially develop or copy more complex treatments that differentiate and compose layers of nativity. This will allow for some grayness more in line with the typical confidence margins of the subject.
by daylen
Sun Apr 18, 2021 12:28 pm
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: Food and climate change
Replies: 291
Views: 15111

Re: Food and climate change

It seems to be partially a matter of scale. At a larger scale of biological organization, different adaptations or patterns are "rediscovered" periodically, and the distributions of such adaptations vary based upon biogeographical factors. On a smaller scale (e.g. species) some species man...
by daylen
Sun Apr 18, 2021 11:24 am
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: Food and climate change
Replies: 291
Views: 15111

Re: Food and climate change

@Qazwer See resources on biogeography (e.g. on Wikipedia). In general the separation of Pangea into nearly isolated continents led to an explosion in allopatric speciation events. In more recent times this isolation has partially faded due to human migration, though "native" species are st...
by daylen
Fri Apr 09, 2021 1:00 pm
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: The ERE Wheaton Scale
Replies: 465
Views: 99387

Re: The ERE Wheaton Scale

@7W5 Finance is definitely more of Jacob's domain but here are a few related thoughts: 1. Dunbars: Let a dunbar be a set of humans on the order of 50-200 individuals that live within the proximity required to negotiate face-to-face on important issues concerning the dunbar domain. Voting is a last r...
by daylen
Fri Apr 09, 2021 10:26 am
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: The ERE Wheaton Scale
Replies: 465
Views: 99387

Re: The ERE Wheaton Scale

@7W5 It seems to me that you just further advanced the point that independent ingredients are not enough. In an inter-independent network, partial failure of nodes(*) can be supported by insurance pools just like in an inter-dependent one. Except that now many individuals can absorb many shocks befo...
by daylen
Thu Apr 08, 2021 11:04 am
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: The ERE Wheaton Scale
Replies: 465
Views: 99387

Re: The ERE Wheaton Scale

Stabbing in the dark here, but it sounds like WL9/ the problem that @jacob and @daylen are trying to solve is one of influence? Once the Wheaton Table becomes optimized on a personal level (not just monetary optimization, but full systems level optimization), the focus then turns external? Is this ...
by daylen
Mon Apr 05, 2021 11:08 am
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: The ERE Wheaton Scale
Replies: 465
Views: 99387

Re: The ERE Wheaton Scale

Here is an idea that has been floating around in the social sphere, something like humans have been playing "Game A" all along and we need to transition to "Game B". Game A is what emerges [nearly] whenever a group of humans exceed the Dunbar number (i.e. about 150) and is charac...
by daylen
Sun Apr 04, 2021 12:38 am
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: The ERE Wheaton Scale
Replies: 465
Views: 99387

Re: The ERE Wheaton Scale

It seems to me that everyone has more or less the same capacity for storing points. That is, cortical columns are like pointers to "actuators" or subject/object relations (e.g. vision, audition, movement, etc.) and to each other. The way that these pointers connect to each other depends up...
by daylen
Sat Apr 03, 2021 11:42 pm
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: The ERE Wheaton Scale
Replies: 465
Views: 99387

Re: The ERE Wheaton Scale

Na, I am saying that people vary in the number of points they desire. The number of points/gaps changes the flavor of intuition(+), but the processing still seems to take place in the right hemisphere(*). There are plenty of gaps to fill. This is impossible to do with points yet we insist on doing i...
by daylen
Sat Apr 03, 2021 10:54 pm
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: The ERE Wheaton Scale
Replies: 465
Views: 99387

Re: The ERE Wheaton Scale

i don't know what you mean with this question. In other words, you are trying to make sense of it. Does making sense require skill? .. and if so then are there multiple ways to train that skill? .. and if so then could math/calculation be a viable path for some people to take when acquiring the sen...
by daylen
Sat Apr 03, 2021 10:01 pm
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: The ERE Wheaton Scale
Replies: 465
Views: 99387

Re: The ERE Wheaton Scale

Alphaville, it appears to me that you use maps to/from math/logic/structure frequently in your communications on this forum. There are direct mappings between how you structure/parse language and the concepts that might eventually be learned from an education in math/physics/linguistics/philosophy/l...
by daylen
Sat Apr 03, 2021 9:31 pm
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: The ERE Wheaton Scale
Replies: 465
Views: 99387

Re: The ERE Wheaton Scale

You can calculate parts of life. Math is more about structure than quantity. Thus if you desire structure in your life then math can be useful once it becomes instinctual enough. The insights must not come directly from math and can develop into a cumulative intuition. There are many possible paths ...
by daylen
Mon Mar 29, 2021 9:55 am
Forum: Lifestyle Questions
Topic: The ERE Wheaton Scale
Replies: 465
Views: 99387

Re: The ERE Wheaton Scale

We are all in a Plato's Cave in the sense that our ability to attend to our environment is constrained by our physiology. There is always something "more" to see. Yet, when you leave a cave for a new one you still retain a silhouette of the old cave. The way you did things before is still ...