George Robinson

Las Vegas, NV, United States

About George

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B.S. in Marketing, M.B.A. in Marketing, Finance, and Project Management

I'm passionate about

The Mechanics of Infinity ( Theory of Everything)

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George Robinson
Posted 11 months ago
What's your opinion on Unconditional Basic Income? (This is not Communism)
A basic income system will help the people at the bottom, or middle class for a little bit, it would even boost the economy for a bit, but printing out free money only causes inflation to occur. Basic income does not mean basic needs will be covered. The world is infested with material needs, money is the main component to received this materialism. Humanity must change it's beliefs before any really changes can occur. They tried to do this With the Wall Street protesters, but like most protesters they will voice opinions and complain, but they will not provides solutions take initiative to implement solutions. Other ways to provide change is having a common a goal like when man went to the moon. Other ways when we unite is during war, but this tactic is over used and is very sad to humanity. I hope a philosopher will come up with some common goals for society that does not cause to much dualities.
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George Robinson
Posted 11 months ago
What's the difference between intelligence and imagination, and which is more useful in alleviating the human condition?
I agree one must disguise realities. Though it is hunting, I still agree with Picasso, again to no reference to instant reality. We can only speculate what he really meant and where did that quote derive from. I don't really agree with the big bang theory more or less how it is presented to us coming from nothing and putting time and space construct to it. They say that universes comes in three varieties: circle, bell shape, and flat. Linear thinking. You will see as science progresses they will slowly turn the corner in regards to conversations relating to infinity, but this is another conversation. Imagination pushes the envelope of reality, what is possible and impossible. Our intelligence is constantly being challenged, forcing us to adapt from what seemed to be illogical to what is logical.
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George Robinson
Posted 11 months ago
What's the difference between intelligence and imagination, and which is more useful in alleviating the human condition?
I am going to have to go with Chris Santen and Pablo Piscasso on this one. Before one sounds to looney here, one must operate within current state of reality. States of reality are establish by boundaries that compose of man-made constructs Space and Time. I call this Zero-point. Zero-point is when the observers in infinity try to rationalize their surroundings primarily for survival. Piscasso's statement should not be taken as instant to a confined space and time. In infinity all possible outcomes will occur, whether observers have opinions on this is irrelevant to what will happen, has happen and will happen again. Everything exists whether it is present to be verified that is a different story. You might say it is a conjecture. I would say this is not likely to be verifiably. For what we see in front us is made from constant change, constructs emerge from durations of extremely slow to instant. One might also argue your very presence is derived from total chaos.
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George Robinson
Posted 11 months ago
What's the difference between intelligence and imagination, and which is more useful in alleviating the human condition?
No need to put labeling where is it is not needed.Labels are thrown out freely and are interpreted loosely. I agree on what you pointed out, however, like everything else it always needs further investigation. Dyslexia could be misdiagnosed with overlapping symptoms for people who are actually visual spatial learners. The learning difficulty does not lie in what is being taught, but in how it is being taught to different style learners. The use of imagination will vary depending on someones learning style. With this said, we live in a education system that is set up for auditory-sequential learners. This can also lead to people being mislabeled, as slow or just average. In regards to intelligence, I would repeat your words. "I would diagnose that the failure of comprehension lay not within those brilliant minds; but rather the lack of comprehension, and the subsequently lacking interpretations, of the far from brilliant observers." - Carl Dalton
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George Robinson
Posted 11 months ago
What's the difference between intelligence and imagination, and which is more useful in alleviating the human condition?
Well visual spatial learners use a great deal imagination for they primarily think in pictures. The way we learn sculpts our intelligence. VISUAL-SPATIAL Thinks primarily in pictures Has visual strengths Relates well to space Is a whole-part learner Learns concepts all at once Learns complex concepts easily; struggles with easy skills Is a good synthesizer Sees the big picture; may miss details Reads maps well Is better at math reasoning than computation Learns whole words easily Must visualize words to spell them Prefers keyboarding to writing Creates unique methods of organization Arrives at correct solutions intuitively Learns best by seeing relationships Has good long-term visual memory Learns concepts permanently; is turned off by drill and repetition Develops own methods of problem solving Is very sensitive to teachers’ attitudes Generates unusual solutions to problems Develops quite asynchronously May have very uneven grades Enjoys geometry and physics Masters other languages through immersion Is creatively, mechanically, emotionally, or technologically gifted Is a late bloomer AUDITORY-SEQUENTIAL Thinks primarily in words Has auditory strengths Relates well to time Is a step-by-step learner Learns by trial and error Progresses sequentially from easy to difficult material Is an analytical thinker Attends well to details Follows oral directions well Does well at arithmetic Learns phonics easily Can sound out spelling words Can write quickly and neatly Is well-organized Can show steps of work easily Excels at rote memorization Has good auditory short-term memory May need some repetition to reinforce learning Learns well from instruction Learns in spite of emotional reactions Is comfortable with one right answer Develops fairly evenly Usually maintains high grades Enjoys algebra and chemistry Learns languages in class Is academically talented Is an early bloomer
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George Robinson
Posted 11 months ago
Free will is circular reasoning
Neat! 2-Dimensional thinking in a 3-Dimensional game :) I touch on this subjected when I questioned myself about John Forbes Nash's equilibrium in Game Theory. This lead me to come up with my own "Theory of Everything."
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George Robinson
Posted 11 months ago
Is the scientific method the best way to get at the "truth"?
Yea, because they just discovered a bone which dates back to over 400,000 years. Only a variance of 300,000 years. As I state early scientific progress is just a frame of reference. "however, aiming to follow the ideals of the scientific method, even with the inevitable human frailties and complexities at the edges of science, the process of modern science has delivered a lot in a few hundred years both amazing and terrifying. compare this to 100,000 years of not following the scientific method." It just sounds like a pompous statement with no real evidence. If we were just advance sometime during that duration common materials such as plastics, other materials it is estimated to these types of items would decompose within an estimated 600 years minus glass which is about 1 million. Most of our common structures found only date back 5,000 years. It hard to say what kind of technologies or advancements they could have had. Haven't you seen the show a "World without humans."