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THE TRUTH ABOUT ARRANGE+

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Arrange: v. to gather subsets and make (some and/or many logical) and/or aesthetic spatial correspondences

An arrangement of subsets can be made logically and/or relatively randomly depending on whether it has been carefully thought out or just artistically juxtaposed with little reason behind it.   

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THE TRUTH ABOUT CONCEPTUALIZE+

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Conceptualize: v. to think about a subset(s) and try to make correspondences

Whether you conceptualize with words, sounds, or images in the mind you are essentially trying to make correspondences between two or more of them.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT GIBBERISH*

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Gibberish: n. random communication with no and/or minimal logical correspondences

I will not make many friends with this opinion or observation but I find most poetry to be gibberish. Most poetry is filled with emotional words with little connection to specified reality, with vague analogies, and with random juxtaposition of though snippets which usually have no cohesion or relationship with one another. Poetry has very little if any logic and I frankly find it mostly gibberish.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT INFER*

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Infer: v. to achieve an impulsive conclusion and/or a logical judgment based on factual evidence(s) by primarily trying to make correspondences with a relatively immediate effect(s) and/or fact(s) and a probable cause(s)

 

An example of an inference from three effects or facts implying one probable cause:

 

  • Sally (arrives at home at 4:30) (effect 1) and (knows that her mother does not get off of work until 5) (effect 2). (Sally also sees that the lights are off in their house)(effect 3). (Sally can infer that her mother is not yet home). (probable cause)

 

An example of an inference from multiple effects implying one probable cause:

 

  • (Guests at your dinner party asked for seconds)(effects) so (you can infer they liked it)(probable cause).

An example of an inference from two effects implying one probable cause:

  • (A child tries a new fruit)(effect 1) and (makes a disgusted face)(effect 2). (His mother can infer that he does not like the taste of the fruit)(probable cause).

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT THINKING***

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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.

If there is a primary reason for my creative output it is that I have a voracious appetite for new useful knowledge and the luxury of much time to think about it.

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