A self thought IT Engineer with a passion for the human "life" if you will.
Love to ponder about the human brain, how we work and why we do things.
Have a degree in programming and network-engineering (Cisco certified) along with other things.
I Love to throw ideas out there and see where they end up, it's not the result that matters most of the time, it's the pitching of an idea or the idea itself that is the interesting part, it's how it develops.
We develop the idea to what we think right in "this" moment and there for is a result of how the brain works and that is what is the most interesting part, why and how we came up with this "road of ideas".
Bringing crazy ideas into something understandable, solve problems and questions people find impossible. Nothing is impossible, mark my words!
Processes are complicated, until you know the answer!
The human brain stores things, in a unknown order and places.
The brain can associate old memories with a current situation depending on what you are experiencing, this is known amongst others already. And i firmly believe this is a foundation of how "artificial intelligence" works, not how you store it, not why or how "evolution" works.
It's how you take old memories, associate them with the current situation and combines those two.. The presents with "the now". This creates in itself a new memory that you store and can use next time a situation pops up.
This is how good or bad people become, good or bad.
It's what defines us, how we as child get involved in different situation depending on our environment (given by mom or dad) and how we learn from them in the early stages, and how we use those memories within each situation and create something new.
These behaviors can most likely be re-"programmed" by creating new memories in the place of another one.
Anything, your thought alone is a example of how we work as a human being.
It's how we can understand ourselves by interacting with each other.
Thinking in general. People think I'm stupid because i throw crazy ideas out there for no given reason or facts (usually) to back the theory up.
I found out about TED via a media station called revision3.com.
Where i go to relax, listen to other ideas mostly by Kevin Rose and Alex Albrecht.
They do actually have some just wild ideas and simply talks randomly until something good comes out.
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