In programming the length of variable names must be proportional to the scope and inversely proportional to intelligence.
Friday, 26 March 2021
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Wednesday, 1 July 2020
The problem with this current strict isolation is that overall human immune system is deprived on exposure to the normal level variety of pathogen viruses and bacteria. With time the epidemiological problem will only aggravate. Infectious deceases will become more aggressive in both: spreading and effect. My prediction is that within the next 5 years as Covid-19 being in decline we will be having other much more serious infections accompanied with new possibly stricter lockdowns and prohibitions.
Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Wednesday, 28 March 2018
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Friday, 29 September 2017
I want my day-to-day life to boil down to activities increasing four elements: strength, willpower, enjoyment of life, and happiness. These four concepts are of two dimensions: mental-physical and induction-acceptance. So
physical + induction = strength
mental + induction = willpower
physical + acceptance = enjoyment of life
mental + acceptance = happiness
Question any activity that does not contribute or contribute too little to one of the above qualities. Squeeze your life out of the time! As for practical matters, I start with doing at least one exercise a day for each category. Strength: physical exercises up to suffering. Willpower: doing a non-urgent unpleasant task or having resisted a strong temptation. Enjoyment of life: have a pleasant treat. Happiness: damn!
I find 4 levels of self. The first is a body. The body is alive and changes and heals by itself. The second is the deep and unconscious beliefs that manifest themselves only when they are abused, then you feel emotions. These beliefs can be so deep and emotions can be so strong that the willpower and the mind has no ability to deal with it. It is like a second body without physical representation living by itself, changing and healing in similar ways. The third is the mind – the thoughts that come to you allowing you consciously perceive yourself and the world. You call it “my mind” which means that you do not completely associate yourself (your I) with it. Indeed, you have quite limited control on the thoughts that come to you. Even conscious decisions are based on some internal logic, arguments, or emotions. The fourth self is the I. It is free of pain, free of emotions, free of thoughts. This one that you cannot call “my I”.