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Critical thinking is basically a doubting game where you question your fundamental principles or beliefs as being possibly wrong or you question the reliability or truthfulness of your authority figure or you question the truthfulness of your source of information or facts.

A successful result of your critical thinking may be finding a more plausible principle or belief which explains a circumstance(s) and/or event(s) or finding an authority figure(s) with a more plausible explanation of a circumstance(s) and/or event(s). Even a greater success may be finding a new set of reliable facts which then support your new principle or belief which explains the circumstance(s) and/or event(s) which preoccupies you. Sometimes your critical thinking will just reinforce your beliefs and they will remain largely unchanged even with new additional information which will often only reinforce what you already know or believe.

In subjective areas of inquiry belief usually overwhelms the facts which are often statistical norms with no clear cause and effect relationships and beliefs which themselves may be historical myths or lies presented as truthful or factual statements. Beliefs are harder to change than opinions and are often a barrier which impedes critical thinking about them since most humans are very defensive about their personal beliefs and seldom tolerate dissenting beliefs or views.

Polls are statistical norms which can be wrong or biased depending on the format of the questions asked and a sometimes inaccurate sampling of the questioned population. Thus the polls predicting a Hillary Clinton victory with an over 90% probability were inaccurate and failed to predict a Trump victory.

Statistics showing that on average women are paid less than men is flawed to a large extent because the statistics fail to take into consideration the equality of the work done. Women generally enter professions which are less well paid than other male dominated professions and a wage comparison is therefore inaccurate when statistical averages are compared between jobs. When women are compared to men salary wise in the nursing profession then the women do not make less than the men in similar job positions. Yes, women on average earn less than men but sex discrimination is not a totally valid reason for this assumption.

What may not be so obvious is that critical thinking in subjective areas of expertise is different than critical thinking in more objective and often mathematically based areas of expertise. In the latter thinking is guided by mathematical formulas and an analysis of observed facts about the natural world. You review old hypotheses and then make new hypotheses based new facts which sometimes don’t seem to fit the old hypotheses. The result is often a new hypothesis which explains the new facts and also the old facts of the historically incomplete hypothesis.

In physics relativity and quantum mechanics which theoretically explains the very very big and the very very small phenomenon are two distinct theories which don’t seem to overlap very well so it is like describing two different worlds of events which don’t seem to overlap very well. Thus there are theories for the very very small phenomenon and theories about the very very large phenomenon. It is almost a duality of worlds and not a single explanation or theory can be used for both.

In subjective areas of expertise an event(s) may be caused by two or more different causes depending on the time and circumstances. Thus a market crash or downturn may be caused by a liquidity crisis in money or it may be caused by overheated speculation in stocks where the current value of stocks is much too high when compared to the real value of the stock assets.

Things like unemployment figures, inflation rates, and interest rates can also affect stock prices as well as volatile international events such as borderline bankruptcies of relatively major economies of more than one country. Stocks go through boom and bust periods and very few are predicted ahead of time very accurately. Basically big money controls the stock market and it is more of an art than science in terms of predictability.

Critical thinking is supposedly observation, analysis, interpretation, reflection, evaluation, inference, explanation, problem solving, and decision making. What this doesn’t adequately cover is the inherent bias of opinions, beliefs, and unproven facts which populate the subjective world. The result is that some opinions, beliefs, and facts are false or untrue or partially false and drawing conclusions from them is filled with errors or falsity. Any inference, analysis, explanation, or decision making based on untrue information is bound to give untrue or false conclusions and critical thinking is useless.

Most important in any critical thinking is having very good definitions of the words which you are using. If your definition is vague, uncertain, or confusing then your critical thinking will be just as vague, uncertain, and confusing. Psychology is particularly filled with vague concepts or words such as aggression, open mindedness, hostility, tender-hearted, tough-minded, warmth, etc. which are verbosely used and attempts are made at explaining them with descriptions of examples of the words but no accurate true definitions exist which clarify their meaning. There is an old saying that if you can’t accurately define the word that you are using then you frankly don’t know what you are talking about or you are just beating around the bush.

In subjective areas of knowledge observation other than personal experience is often limited to authority figures who have processed gathered information and made their biased views known through articles, podcasts, videos, books, or personal presentations. It thus becomes important to assess the reputation and expertise, if any, of the authority figure which you choose to believe or trust.

What organizations or ideologies does that authority figure represent? What opinions do other opposing authorities have about that authority figure? Finally, how many years has the authority figure been prominently recognized in his or her field of interest? Yes, reputation, degree of trustworthiness, and length of experience are most important when observing and processing the views and facts presented by an authority figure who you hope to rely upon entirely or to some extent which is a wiser approach.

Analysis is breaking down a topic into it’s component parts or at least listing all the statements and facts about the topic and trying to eliminate any statements and facts which don’t seem to be relevant to the topic. What critical thinking omits is synthesis which is the process of rearranging statements and facts into a complete whole once irrelevant statements and facts have been eliminated and new relevant statements and facts have been included in the topic under consideration.

Interpretation is really just an explanation and it is really just providing enough statements and facts to make a communication understandable to an audience which you have chosen. Thus an explanation to a child is often overly simplified compared to an explanation to an adult and still more complex if it is an explanation to a professional group.

Explanation: n. communicating enough subsets to make a set(s) understandable


Reflection is merely seriously thinking again about your past experiences and accumulated knowledge to see if you can come up with some new insights or some new information which could be useful to the topic being considered.

Evaluation: n. judging the value of a subset(s) based on a subjective and/or objective (standard(s) and/or norm(s))


If you have any conscious standards and/or norms about the topic which you are considering then you will compare them against any new information which you have gathered and may want to add to the topic. If there is a correspondence or connection between the new information and your standards and/or norms then you may choose to add the new information to your understanding of the topic under consideration.

Problem solving inherently has a mathematical bias with the assumption that every problem has a solution. Unfortunately in the area of subjective disciplines or topics not every problem has an easy solution if one is even possible. Overpopulation is a problem in much of the world but how do you educate the very poor in family planning when they can’t even afford basic contraceptives or afford teachers who want to promote and teach contraception.

Human problems are often much harder to solve than math problems. Individual, social, and political change is extremely hard to engineer and the results of the engineered attempts often take a generation or more to show any tangible good results in the long duration.

Decision making is either a very personal skill for an individual or it can be making decisions which affect entire organizations or even countries where more than one human takes part in making the decisions.

Decision: n. making (an impulsive judgment and/or a judgment after some thought) and/or an inquiry and frequently doing and/or not doing a subset(s)


Decision making is really not an actual part of critical thinking but merely acting after all the critical thinking has been done.

It is one thing to say that there is climate change or extremes of cold and hot weather caused mostly by the sun or sun cycles. It is an absurdity to state that a fractional increase in CO2 levels is the cause of extreme cold and hot climate change. Similarly it is an absurdity to say that forbidding the use of plastic straws will greatly reduce plastic pollution since it comprises only a very small fraction of a percent of plastic usage in the world. Climate change is not primarily caused by humans nor is human use of plastic straws a major pollution problem.

Deforestation, wilderness destruction, factory farming, artificial pesticides, artificial herbicides, artificial fertilizers, antibiotics, GMO’s, over fishing, and manufacturing pollution are far greater problems to be addressed than climate change and plastic straws. Sustainable use of natural resources should be the primary goal and minimizing pollution by artificial chemicals and overly large use of non toxic chemicals is also important. Yes, human overpopulation is a never ending problem which has to be addressed seriously because a middle class existence by over 7 billion humans will destroy the environment even faster than it is being destroyed today.

Critical thinking is impossible if you base it on fake opinions, fake beliefs, and fake facts so the emphasis should be on finding valid opinions, beliefs, and facts to critically think about.

In political science, social science, and psychological science, which are all not sciences at all, ideological dogmatism reigns supreme. One assumes income distribution, equality of results, gender equality, race equality, and equality in general is a necessary good value or assumption to make whether or not the actual realistic facts support these assumptions.

Basic human genetic variability, educational inequality and financial inequality is totally ignored as possible causes for human inequality in society and the result is a dogmatic intolerance of any ideology which challenges a basically collectivist egalitarian left wing mindset. Critical thinking is not possible if your dogmatic ideology is no longer debatable as is the case for left wing ideologues in the media. If you don’t believe in the dogmatic ideology then you are insulted, name called, put down, ridiculed, humiliated, criticized, and even blacklisted from professions, the media, and society in general.

Critical thinking is not possible if differing opinions, beliefs, and facts are not tolerated or not made subjects of debate.

So critical thinking is finding truthful facts, statistics, opinions, and beliefs, trying to find relationships between causes and effects if there are any, analyzing and then synthesizing the validated facts using Venn diagrams if possible, comparing the opinions and beliefs of authority figures with opposing opinions and beliefs and trying to find areas of agreement, and finally incorporating any new information which you have learned with the information which you are knowledgeable about which is your personal opinions, beliefs, knowledge about facts, and experiences.

Critical thinking is not a simple process and just like thinking there are very few who excel in critical thinking or even know what it is. Most of us know what to criticize but few of us know how to criticize properly using the right techniques.

I have written a book HOW TO THINK on Amazon which should greatly help you if you are interested in becoming a true thinker. Once you have mastered the art of thinking about subjective topics or the science of thinking about more objective topics it is much easier to launch into successful critical thinking.

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Poster with colorful brain and lettering sign Think isolated on white background. Vector illustration

Thinking is not taught in school so most humans make impulsive decisions or reactions based on stored subconscious information and experiences that they have had in their past. If any thinking takes place it is usually minimal and reactions are almost instantaneous and largely impulsive. The only true way of impulsively thinking differently or reacting differently about a subject such as a topic, idea, or goal is to learn new useful information about the subject and incorporate it or store it into our subconscious memory.

Once new information is stored in your memory you can often say that you have a greater understanding of the subject even though your reactions are still largely impulsive to the subject matter. Your repertoire of impulsive reactions has just gotten a little more complex on the subject.

Most humans ask a question about a subject and may feel that they have the answer based on past learning and experiences. This is an impulsive reaction and it may be a valid answer if they or someone else has truly thought about the question in the past and come up with a relatively objective answer. Unfortunately most learning is just subjective rote memorization of information and spitting it back impulsively at a later date.

Most of us are creatures of habit and almost automatically know what to do on a daily basis. Most of us have daily routines which we follow without the need for real thinking. You can almost say that most of us largely function like automatons and go through life in a rather unquestioning fashion using our intuition most of the time.

Nature requires quick responses to everyday life and that is why habits both good and bad predominate and are hard to change unless we motivate ourselves to consciously do something about the habits. Yes, some have careers which require more thinking than minimum wage jobs which can largely be replaced with very efficient robots who can do the daily job routine or habit rather well.

Once the basic skills are learned most minimum wage jobs require minimal thinking and this is a major reason why humans become bored and often change jobs because the job is no longer challenging and yields little satisfaction. Yes, some for financial reasons may work at two or three jobs, especially if they are part time jobs just to make ends meet. Even though there seems to be a little variety in your life working at three jobs the amount of real thinking going on is relatively minimal.

Real thinking is picking a subject and trying to tediously answer as many as 25 or more questions many of which don’t have impulsive answers and really need further research. So real thinking is asking many questions and researching the questions to which there is no known personal impulsive answer and memorizing the valid researched answers.

Think: v. to silently and mentally verbalize and try to make correspondences between the subsets of one’s own knowledge and/or experiences and using as much logic as possible

What does “think about it” really mean? You are silently talking to yourself using words trying to come up with valid relationships which will hopefully help you decide what to do or solve a problem or problems.

You could think out loud but doing it silently is much more effective and faster or more efficient. Your impulsive feelings come into play so thinking out loud does not give the clearest view of the thinking process which includes many impulsive thoughts which enter and control the mind which are based on past experiences.

Not everyone thinks the same way because our past experiences are frequently very different and some think more logically than others and have different impulsive reactions to stimuli and especially brain stimuli.

Think before you act is frequently good advice but unfortunately most of our thinking is impulsive thinking since real life frequently demands rather quick reactions to circumstances.

Real conscious thinking begins when you ask yourself a question in your mind about a subject and then try to answer the question. Having one or more answers to a question is a possibility and then you have to decide which answer has more relevance to the question which you are asking. The circumstances which you are considering will determine what the correct answer or answers are. The question has words and the answer or answers also have words so you are really making correspondences or connections between the words in the question and the words in the answer or answers which are hopefully relatively reasonable, factual, logical, and true.

Most common humans are not only largely impulsive but the kind of thinking that they often do is very minimal. For example they may think very little about when to eat. They usually mentally and rather impulsively ask themselves- when will I eat?  The choices or answers that they commonly come up with are- right away, in a little while, in the afternoon, at 6 o’clock, or when I am hungry. This does not require much or complex thinking, the thinking is done very quickly or impulsively, and is often a reaction to a personal habitual way of thinking about when to eat.

When to eat is an experience or thinking process that we have done before many times so almost no real complex thinking goes into thinking about when to eat. We may hesitate a little while before deciding when to eat but the hesitation is minimal where we mostly subconsciously process all the alternative actions possible.

Thinking is not something which is taught in school and the thinking can be rather complex or relatively short and simple. There is a great difference in complex thinking about mathematics, science subjects, technology, computer programming, etc., and thinking about complex sometimes rather vague subjective matters such as relationships, humans, psychology, sociology, politics, business, sports, etc., which is mostly the realm of opinions, beliefs, ideas, probabilities, and personal experience. Technological thinking requires specialized skills, useful knowledge, the ability to analyze and synthesize which subjective matters seldom rigorously analyze and synthesize but often depend on statements made by authority figures.

I will mostly cover thinking about subjective things rather than objective usually very logical or real things which can be analyzed and synthesized rather easily once you learn what analyzing and synthesizing is using sets and subsets .

The key to good thinking in general is the ability to ask the right questions and then to get or find acceptable answers. Most of your questions should begin with WHY, WHO, WHAT, WERE, WHEN, WILL, HOW, and HOW MUCH? In subjective matters HOW LONG in time, HOW OFTEN, and HOW GOOD, BAD, or BOTH are also often necessary question beginnings to get answers to.

Before any thinking can begin you must first choose a subject, topic, idea, or goal  to think about which could be considered one of the primary goals of your thinking process. You can choose general or complex subjects, topics, ideas, and goals or you can choose very specific or simple subjects, topics, ideas, and goals to think about.

You can choose a very general complex subject such as males, females, relationships, and cars or you can pick specific or simpler subjects such as Mary, Martin, and BMW m3. More specific relatively simple subject matter may actually be in single question form such as- how smart or good is Mary or Martin? or when will Mary or Martin go to the concert with us?

In general, thinking about complex or general subjects is hard because you will come up with too many questions which you don’t impulsively have the answer to and frankly these are really mostly good subject matter for humans willing to follow up the thinking with research on the subject because there will be too many unanswered questions which need answers.

We will choose relationships to think about and then specifically think about the relationship between you and a potential spouse or a serious first date relationship.

Relationships are now our thinking subject matter so you should start off by determining WHO is the relationship about and WHO if anyone will help you in learning more about relationships. This learning aid may be an author, writer, search engine, or close friend who knows something about relationships or has some expertise in relationships.

WHY are there relationships?

WHY are relationships important to me?

WHY do relationships fail?

WHY do some relationships last and others don’t?

WHY do some humans avoid relationships as much as possible?

WHAT are relationships or what kind of relationships are there?

WHAT is a good, bad, or both relationship and WHY do you think so?

WHAT are the most important relationships?

WHAT are strong and weak relationships?

WHAT is the probability that the relationship will be good, bad, or both and WHY do you think so?

WHAT relationships should you spend the most time on?

WHAT things should you try to know before entering a relationship?

WHAT are the variables or factors affecting a relationship?

WHERE is the relationship? Let’s choose the United States but it can be anywhere in the world and if you want to specify a location then it can be a coffee shop or your house.

WHEN or at what time or what time period in the relationship are you talking about? We can choose the relationship period in it’s entirety, we can choose the beginning, middle, or end of the relationship, and we can pick a specific time or event in the relationship.

WHEN do you end a relationship?

WHEN is the best time to start a relationship?

WILL the relationship be good, bad, or both and WHY do you think so?

WILL the relationship last longer if I work at it?

HOW do you create or start a relationship?

HOW many relationships can you be in?

HOW can you make sure a relationship is worthwhile?

HOW does a good relationship develop?

HOW good, bad, or both is a relationship and WHY do you think so?

HOW probable is it that you will get into a good relationship?

HOW MUCH time, effort, and money will the relationship involve or cost?

HOW OFTEN do you have to be in a relationship?

HOW OFTEN do humans talk about relationships?

HOW OFTEN do relationships fail?

HOW LONG will the relationship last?

HOW LONG should you spend on a relationship before you give it up?

There are other question formats such as- If I screw up a relationship then can I fix it? This can be rephrased into the standard question format- HOW can I fix a screwed up relationship?

What is important to know about any subject is the variables or factors affecting the subject matter. It is often a question of knowing the time, place, circumstances, and personality such as beliefs, integrity, morality, sociability, likes, dislikes, interests, caring, empathy, aloofness, etc. of someone in a relationship. Those are the dominant variables affecting a relationship and questions can be asked about the variables.

WHAT happens when beliefs clash in a relationship? Is a close relationship possible if the human has little empathy? or HOW probable is a close relationship if a human has little empathy? WHAT do I do if a human hates socializing? WHAT happens in a relationship with few common interests? HOW important is integrity in a relationship? etc.

Now a relationship can basically be thought of as a series of events and you can narrow it down to a specific event in a relationship and ask all of the above questions again for that specific event. In our example we narrowed down the relationship to a period of time called the first date. So let us think about the first date.

WHY should I go on a first date?

WHY is a first date important?

WHY do first dates sometimes fail?

WHY are some humans so good at first dates?

WHO did or will I date?

WHO else was or will be there?

WHO helped me with advice on the first date?

WHAT is a good, bad, or acceptable first date and WHY do you think so?

WHAT should I wear on a first date?

WHAT questions should I ask on a first date?

WHAT is the probability that I will get the first date?

WHAT is the probability of a good, bad, or both first date and WHY do you think so?

WHERE should the first date be?

WHEN is the best time for a first date?

WHEN are the best circumstances for a first date?

WHEN will I know the date was a good, bad, or mixed one?

WILL the first date be good, bad, or both and WHY do you think so?

HOW OFTEN should I go on first dates?

HOW LONG should a first date last?

HOW do you act on a first date?

HOW good or bad will be or was the first date and WHY do you think so?

HOW can I create a good first impression?

HOW MUCH time, effort, and money should I spend on a first date?

HOW MUCH about myself should I reveal on my first date?

As you can see by the above example, in depth thinking about certain subjects can be very tedious and lengthy which is why common humans are largely impulsive and think little by answering simple questions like -will my date like me, how can I impress my date, and when should I ask for a date?

Asking the right questions is challenging enough but not all questions have valid answers nor are all the answers easy to get or research and this primarily depends on the complexity of the subject, topic, idea, or goal. Thinking sometimes stops when you have no answer to a question so you can either research the answer or ask a follow up question which you may know the answer to.

Thinking is basically a one way conversation with yourself where you ask and try to answer questions that pop up into your head or mind. All that I am basically doing here is offering you more questions which should pop into your head impulsively. The more questions that you ask about a subject, topic, idea, or goal and try to answer, the more lengthy and complex is your thinking process. Your understanding of the subject, topic, idea, or goal often increases the more questions that you have answers to on a given subject.

The problem with thinking about subjective subjects, topics, ideas, or goals is that sometimes a question has more than one possible answer which depends on the complexity of the question, depends on the surrounding circumstances such as kind of event, number of humans present, etc., depends on multiple possible causes, and depends on the uncertainty of the result which is really a question of estimating probabilities rather than guessing about always or never facts and events.

When you ask yourself WILL the first date be a good one? You are really asking yourself to guess largely based on your personal experience with dating and perhaps to some extent the dating experiences of humans that you know well. You are really making a probability estimate about the future and perhaps basing the estimate on your past experience with good dates if it is not your first date with someone. If it is your first first date with someone then guessing at how good the date will be is an exercise in futility to a large extent since you really don’t know.

Based on prior experiences with first dates you may determine that 2 out of 5 first dates were good so you could predict that there is a 40% chance that it will be a good one. On the other hand if you determine that the two successful first dates were because you had much in common and the next date also has many things in common with you then you may increase the probability to 60 or 70% or more. Living life you find out that there are relatively few certain things in life with a 100% probability of happening in the future. A basic human desire for certainty about the future is why fortune telling is such a popular scam business as well as horoscopes.

Lengthy thinking requires much time and when you are thinking it is usually helpful if you eliminate distractions and do the thinking in a relatively quiet place. I like to think much about what topic I am going to write about next. During the writing process I take time out in a cigarette puffing break (I don’t inhale) and think about what I am going to write about next or what I need further research in. Thinking and writing go together very well since you are really recording the information in your mind when you write something down. Writing something down also helps you to remember new information which is processed by your subconscious.

Practice makes an attempt at perfection more successful so the more that you actually do some real thinking, the better you will get at the thinking process.

We have not exhausted an excursion into how to think because complex science, technology, and computer programming is much more logical and reasonable in the true sense of the word. Knowing how to analyze and synthesize scientific, technological, and computer programming information has led to robots with potential artificial intelligence which can truly be called logical thinking machines. Yes, humans are being replaced by “thinking machines” or software which can very efficiently process information and do real tasks in the real world.

Self driving cars are an example of the progress made in computerizing the very complicated process of driving. It is true that the technology is still not acceptable and is not as safe as a human driver but this is largely due to the fact that the ultimate or best detection device costs about three times the price of a car these days. Cost cutting has decreased effectiveness and has resulted in detection devices which are very bad in dealing with emergency situations on the road and bad road conditions, especially in bad weather conditions such as snowstorms and thunderstorms.

Will there eventually be self driving cars with better safety records than humans? Yes, but it will take some time and will require better quality and more expensive detection devices and more precise algorithms for emergency situations and unusual road conditions. Even with the best technology there will still be accidents with self driving cars because no computer program is perfection in an imperfect world of almost infinite complexity on the road and especially off the road.

Some may feel that computers will take over all jobs but this is not so true in ethics or morality and in psychology, sociology, and politics where many of the buzz words used are badly defined and often very vague. This means that these professions are very biased and subjective rather than objective disciplines and depend more on a consensus of opinion rather than objectively observed facts.

Political science and social science is really not a science but merely the compilation of statistical norms with no valid cause effect relationships which are common to science where cause and effect is proven by mathematical equations with well defined independent and dependent variables. A more accurate description is political ideology and social ideology which is increasingly becoming more and more left wing with the passage of time.

Analysis: n. taking apart subsets (conceptually and/or physically) and/or chemically to show that they are related and identifying nonessential subsets

Analyzing chemical reactions or analyzing human behavior are worlds apart in terms of mathematical rigor. Unless you are actually accurately analyzing human behavior with accurate definitions then you are doing little else than gathering dubious statistical data and trying to guess at possible cause effect relationships which you won’t find with any degree of certainty.

True analysis is done mathematically or numerically and any other form of analysis is merely intuitive guessing based primarily on prior experiences with the subject matter being “analyzed” or more accurately biased subjective judgments made about new information based on historical precedents and/or experiences and little more.

Synthesis: n. to add a subset(s) which is frequently judged to be essential and doing so conceptually and/or physically and/or chemically to form a set

 Synthesis basically means taking the parts or subsets and making a whole or a set out of them. Writing a book or play is synthesizing, using experimental evidence to make a new theory is synthesis, and putting together all the ingredients for a recipe is synthesizing.

Building up is synthesis and breaking something down to its component parts is analysis which is the opposite of synthesis.


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RANDOM MEMORIZATION of information without making any logical connections:

Examples are memorizing random dates, times, scores, words, and numbers. One may feel that rote memorization of the words for animals and kitchen utensils is memorization without thinking but children do think and make logical connections between the words and relevant objects and/or subjects and/or actions. Memorization without thinking is only possible if you are memorizing random meaningless numbers and/or words.


MEMORIZATION is memorizing information and/or a word with one or more logical and/or illogical connections to reality.

You can say that memorizing 2+ 2 = 5, God is Love, Love is God, Liberals are Conservatives, and cats are omnipotent are all illogical statements but they can still be memorized. Fortunately most memorized words such as robin, home, quarterback, anger, jealousy, running, and volcano have some logical connections to reality. Sadly many fantasies, fictions, and lies can be memorized and believed and this memorization of “bullshit” is a very common cause of irrational or illogical thinking in humans.

Memorization of information can be almost anything but the primary forms of non verbal information are visual, audio, physical or muscle and touch, and other sensing information within the body.



This includes the memorization of visual, audio, physical, and other sensing cues which relate to internal body senses and the sensing of the external environment of objects, subjects, and actions.

Examples are memorizing that you will burn your hand if you place it on a burning stove too long, breaking bones and possibly killing yourself if you jump from a 20 meter roof onto a concrete driveway, a visual memorization of parts of a movie, a memorization of instrumental music, and making someone angry, aggressive, or shocked if you push them too hard for no reason at all and call them an asshole.


CLASSIFICATION: Memorizing the details of something or memorizing the subsets of a set:

Examples are memorizing the parts of the body, the parts of a gasoline engine, definitions of words, separating movies or songs into genres, and all the names of animals in a species.


ANALYSIS: Taking a set and finding as many subsets as you can even though some of the subsets may overlap themselves:

Examples are statistical analysis, numerical analysis, making an outline for an essay, analyzing musical and video transitions, analyzing the defensive strategy of an opposing football team, and finding and listing all the ingredient preparations and/or additions in a recipe.

SYNTHESIS: Taking subsets and trying to form sets with them:

Examples are taking Legos and making familiar object shapes from them, mixing two or more chemicals and making them react, taking all the parts of an engine and assembling them into a complete engine, selecting an offensive play to counteract defensive actions of an opposing team, and using paints to form a picture.


***Creative or innovative learning is just the process of subconsciously and consciously analyzing and synthesizing information or objects, subjects, and actions, sometimes in a very impulsive way, and making some cause effect experiments or assumptions, so creative learning is really not a unique form or type of learning.

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If you have never done an intensive self analysis of yourself then this is an opportunity for you to find out who you really are as a human and what may be some of your future goals in life. Enjoy!!!

Who or what inspired you the most? Why?

What would you ask someone whom you would like to meet?

What qualities do you like in a human that you admire?

What qualities or characteristics do you admire in others?

What would you like to change about your personality?

What short and long term goals do you have in life?

Am I always trying to improve myself?

What would you have to do to call your life a success?

What practical skill do you wish you had?

What don’t you have enough talent for?

If you had a chance to start over then what would you do differently?

If you had more than enough money then what would you do?

What would you like to accomplish in a year, 5 years, 10 years from now?

What would you regret not doing if your life stopped today?

What is your ideal day?

How do you like to relax?

What are you most proud of?

What are you most afraid of?

What are your good habits?

What are your bad habits?

What is your favorite book, movie, or song and why?

What excites you?

What do you love?

What do you hate?

What is my happiest memory?

What do I strongly believe?

What do I like and dislike about my job?

Do I want to advance in my job with the same company?

Am I more introverted or extroverted?

Do I budget my money and am financially responsible?

Do you have integrity?

Are you trustworthy?

Are you dependable?

Are you competent?

Are you friendly?

Are you empathetic?

Are you ambitious?

Are you courageous?

Are you adventurous?

How do you want to be remembered in life?

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If you liked this evergreen truth blog then read more of them, about 3300 so far, or read one or more of my evergreen truth books, especially EVERGREEN TRUTH, rays of truth in a human world filled with myths and deceptions.

For a complete readily accessible list of blogs and titles go to twitter.com/uldissprogis.


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