Shooting Clay Pigeons This leap occurred in my mid 20’s. It was a leap of understanding something that I had just accepted as a problem that was just “the way it was.” It happened as a result of my joining a trap-shooting-club (shooting clay disks with a shot gun.) Each time it is your turn,…

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Leaping Through IQ-Tests When in middle school, I was tested several times using what was at the time the standard IQ test. As I remember it, the test was 6 or 8 pages long and had around 100 questions (as I remember it.) I never did well on these tests at all. Keep in mind,…

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People normally learn and grow through life in a somewhat steady or level progression of step-by-step and detail-oriented-process that depends on detail-memory a lot. In school there is a strong bias toward rewarding students who follow the methods and the processes as they are intended. Students who do not follow those processes for whatever the…

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I just connected with you via LinkedIn and read your blog. I wanted to add something which is a departure from your ideas. It was an outcome from your writing about Robots in Human TV Show. I wrote a Robot book found at: http://x.co/9YGum – this book was written from my “future”, from my future imagination, and…

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