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Mind-Monkey and the animated ignorance ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Once I was in a balance between the sensory organs and the brain, today I see nothing except the brain. Once it was just like a receiver, today it appeared the great analyzer and talker of all visible or invisible events. One day I confined in Nature without any sense that I am confined. Nowadays I willfully confined me in the machine-reality. The mind-monkey once provoked me to think that somebody enslaved me and now it provoked me the same that I am subservient. Once the great monkey insisted me to worship somebody, and today it insisted me to worship the virtual word “machine based enlightenment”. God or whatsoever is absent, and none is there who can deserve worship for his grandiosity… Continue reading Mind-Monkey and the animated ignorance ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Street Art and the passerby’s annotation ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

System needs reality check, if we wanted to mention the necessity in a modest sense; albeit most of the time it is essential to fuck the system as graffiti artist tried to say. Because, man-made system always tries to supersede the basic agreement of Social Contract as a manipulator. System manipulates people-face the same, invent laws for people the same, define ethics that how people should behave and what be the best for them. Anyway, system is inevitable for human, because Homo sapiens used to live the societal life as well for survival and adaptation./ but… System should maintain its openness to all; it should be accountable to all; otherwise, human beings feel threatened and endangered, where doubt leads them to following street-art-sequences… Continue reading Street Art and the passerby’s annotation ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

More Choices, More Chaos ⇒ Bryan Ye’s post on medium.com

When we have more choices, the opportunity cost of our decisions increase. If we choose to buy one type of cereal, suddenly it feels as if we’re foregoing the opportunity to buy all the other cereals (unless we’re buying every single type of cereal that exists which would be ridiculous, or genius). However, if we have only one cereal to choose, the opportunity cost is much less apparent. Since the theory of loss aversion dictates that we strongly prefer avoiding losses, it makes sense why we feel so uncomfortable when there are so many choices we don’t know what to choose! Continue reading More Choices, More Chaos ⇒ Bryan Ye’s post on medium.com