Monthly Archives: November 2016

A New Paradigm: How The Non-Physical Quantum World Forms Our Physical World


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This article is an interview with Nobel Laureate Steven Weinberg. Like all physicists who try to solve the mysteries of Quantum mechanics, he is frustrated by how the field has become stagnant. At this point he is running out of ideas and just outright hoping someone else is able to come up with an outlier solution. But to come up with an outlier solution, the mind has to be from an outlier individual. Hence why a Unified Field Theory explaining the quantum world through a completely different paradigm has been source and documented by a Master Luthier at: AntonKrutz.com/physics

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Entrepreneurs ‘Create In Their Image’

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This article, 11 skills that differentiate successful entrepreneurs from organizational leaders, lists the qualities and skill set differentiators that a Harvard Business School study between entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs. But they missed one of the most important ones. That is natural entrepreneurs feel caged within a pre-organized structure/regiment. Be it a school or corporation. In contrast they feel free in an un-organized structure that they can then lean into and organize through their vision. In essence, entrepreneurs are driven to ‘create in their image’. All their different skill sets are simply resources for them to use in fulfilling that prime directive.

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The Secret of Immigrant Genius

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The following article discusses how immigrants are responsible for so much creative innovation: The Secret of Immigrant Genius.

The reason for this is because the mind of an immigrant is forced to think in multiple paradigms while they are still unaccustomed to the new host country. This is because immigrants have to convert the language and culture from their old paradigms and use them within the language and culture of the new paradigm. And being forced to think in multiple paradigms is the prerequisite for creativity.

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The Culture Of First To Market Will Overtake The Culture Of First To Patent

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The following article is about how China copies new American created prototype products before those new products are even up for sale: Your brilliant Kickstarter idea could be on sale in China before you’ve even finished funding it.

This reality will accelerate. This is due to new prototype products and services being able to be found more easily online. This is why the culture of first to market will overtake the culture of first to patent. The only way America can win in this culture is if LED accelerator is launched in secondary education.

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Do we really need to Break out of the Matrix?

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The following article is about how Elon Musk and other tech and corporate billionaires are convinced we live in a matrix: Tech billionaires convinced we live in the Matrix are secretly funding scientists to help break us out of it.

They are correct in that our physical reality is a matrix. But the huge apprehension and concern of Elon and others that we need to try to escape the matrix is not warranted. Our cognition is already located in a different dimension from our physical dimension. So there is nothing to escape from to begin with. This is explained in detail as a process within the first Unified Field Theory.

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Does Happiness Or Conflict Make Us More Creative?

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The following article is on how happiness makes us less creative: Scientists explain how happiness makes us less creative.

The scientists here misunderstand the outcomes. Creativity is not stimulated from happiness or unhappiness but from emotion. The strongest emotion is manifest through the interaction that involves conflict. Therefore, the process involving conflict would, in rudimentary terms, be described as unhappy by study participants. But think of how brutal the conflict is within the particle interaction of nuclear fusion of the sun. Yet how much energy that produces. Same goes with creativity. That is the reason human DNA is set up for conflict while lower life forms are not.

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Automation Will Not Stop Human Innovation

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The following article is about how automation is taking over manufacturing and service industry. The apprehension is that in the future this will put humans out of work and therefore humans will need to go on full time welfare: A world without work is coming – it could be utopia or it could be hell.

This dire prediction of the future is wrong. The reality is it will be completely the opposite. The entire purpose of the human existence is to create new information in the form of experiences, breakthrough innovation and incremental innovation. So situations will arise that will continue to push, pull and require humans to not only work but to do so with ever more intensity and drive.

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The Real Secret To Achieve Higher Levels Of Creativity


getty_518816299_200014002000928088_116996The following article has a grandiose title but gives only some minor tips on how to be more creative: Neuroscience has discovered the Secret of Creativity.

The real secret to achieve higher levels of creativity is learning how to think in multiple paradigms. This idea was championed by F. Scott Fitzgerald, one of the greatest writers of the 20th century, when he said: “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function”.

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