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There is this story that I thought of when I originally read this. it can be found [here](https://www.lds.org/general-conference/2008/10/lift-where-you-stand?lang=eng). Like me, most of you who go through the link and read the speech will find obviously sub-optimal thinking. You will think "If it w...(read more)
Whoo! my post got the most recursion. Do I get a reward? If I get a few more layers it will be more siding than post.
The idea that mysticism is sometimes useful seems to be counter to popular rational thought. When I began reading Eliezer, his tendency towards the use of zen phrasing and rhetoric that was purely aesthetic put me off. I felt that it was not rational for some reason. I came to see that these trappin...(read more)
Hahaha! I find it heartening that that is your response to me wanting to be a teacher. I am quite aware that the system is broken. My personal way of explaining it: The school system works for what it was made to work for; avoiding responsibility for a failed product.
* The parents are not respons...(read more)
The " every single person I know, many of them levelheaded and afraid of heights, abruptly went crazy at exactly the same time" scenario should be given some credence in human society; there is such a thing as puberty. The definition of puberty being " every single person I know abruptly went crazy ...(read more)
I'm Robby Oliphant. I started a few months ago reading HP:MoR, which led me to the Sequences, which led me here about two weeks ago. So far I have read comments and discussions solely as a spectator. But finally, after developing my understanding and beginning on the path set forth by the sequences,...(read more)