The Genius of AND — Liberate yourself from non-paradoxical thinking

One of the most impedimental patterns of thought that humans subject themselves to is the “Enforced EITHER / OR” pattern. Otherwise articulated by Jim Collins as “The Tyranny of the OR” or also called “dichotomous thinking”. This applies around the board from business to psychology to personal relationships to philosophy to science and all the way […]

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Goodbye Uni!

Four years, eight months, and twenty-five days — 10 high distinctions, 10 distinctions, and 6 credits — physics, electronics, mathematics, computing, information systems, astronomy and engineering — that’s what stands between me and the first day of my university education. Not as much or as long as some other people who pursue their education, but for me – it feels like too […]

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The Structure of Knowledge

In this article a single simple concept will be articulated. With an accurate understanding of this concept, any form of education is possible. If this concept is properly understood and utilised, one could bring a child of no knowledge of the world to be a highly intelligent and erudite adult. This is in regards to the structure […]

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