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THE TRUTH ABOUT RANDOMNESS+

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Randomness: adv. a subset(s) existing (by chance and/or with minimum predictability)

Random behavior or actions are highly unpredictable and the time and place of that random action is frequently not known. Random behavior is frequently called chance behavior.

A card game may only seem like random behavior or very unpredictable but it’s not. The average sucker can’t predict what the next hand in a card game will be but you can if you cheat with a dishonest dealer or by having a sophisticated electronic device which keeps track of the cards in the deck and relays that information to you electronically to your ear. Yes, card shuffling is predictable and not really random behavior in the true sense of the word. You only can’t predict the cards position if you don’t have sufficient information or an adequate sensing device.

I predict that technology will soon make card playing obsolete and everyone will be able to predict the next card in a card game with an electronic device. That will take all the fun out of card playing and there will be fewer gambling suckers on the face of this precious endangered planet.

Air molecules colliding, certain accidents, and lottery wins are truer examples of random behavior or actions.

At the two unrealistic extremes there is the philosophy that life is mostly a question of luck and at the other extreme that life is determined by your personal actions and choices or that some guiding hand of God determines what will happen in your life. The truth is somewhere in between and life is really a combination of randomness and determinism and the humans who believe more in determinism are usually the most successful or prosperous ones.

The history of humans can be viewed as an attempt by humanity to exclude as much randomness from their lives as possible and replacing it with predictable events and as much certainty as possible. Trying to create order out of disorder is human destiny.

I also struggle against randomness and have devoted part of my life to excluding as much randomness out of language as possible with my logical definitions. It is my ultimate hope that excluding randomness from language will make for more deterministic logical behavior in humans in the long duration.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT RULES***

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Rule: v. to control with demanded behaviors which are frequently recorded and enforced and obeyed for safety and/or orderliness and/or predictable similarity and/or social bonding

Rules are made to create a sense of orderliness, safety, predictability, and social bonding. Rules are frequently recorded and enforced by an authority who tries to control human behavior in acceptable ways.

The hardest rules to enforce are those for social etiquette because they vary greatly depending on the social group which you are talking about. This is especially true when comparing different cultures with different rules for social behavior.

The most challenging part about organizational rules is that they are frequently not absolute rules and there are plenty of exceptions to them which must be understood and tolerated.

The customer is always right is a perfect example of an absolute rule which isn’t really absolute. The customer may have intentionally damaged a product, may have used it three or four times such as clothes and then decided to return it for a refund, and may have used the product improperly and gotten terrible results.

Customer negligence or fraudulent deception may be the real reason for wanting a refund and organizational rules must be made to try and minimize the damage to profits in the organization resulting from these deviant untrustworthy customers. Fortunately computer software will be so good that a customer who tries to get too many refunds for products can be stopped after a handful of returns but I don’t know of any company which is doing this currently.

Government bureaucracy is a perfect example of absolute rules or laws which should not be absolute because they are far removed from reality in many situations or there are plenty of real world exceptions to these rules which make them unjust for large minorities. One size fits all is simply a stupid rule to have in the efficient governing of humans who are basically different in their needs and desires.

The larger the government or the more rules it has the LESS JUST an organization it becomes because it crushes healthy minorities in its stupid zeal to make everyone equal. Yes, it is dysfunctional communism or socialism as an end product.

Big government tries to change humans into a mass of homogeneous shit!!!!!! Yes, big food and drug corporations are also guilty of trying to change food and drugs into a mass of unhealthy shit to be consumed by a mass of equally unhealthy humans.

Humans are getting increasingly irresponsible and deviant in their behavior so government rules must be made to rehabilitate or save humans from their irresponsibility and deviance with armies of government case workers. Wrong! Teach impressionable young minds in elementary school a functional secular moral code and they will impulsively interact peacefully with other humans when they get older and not be so irresponsible, deviant, and socially dysfunctional. They will also demand a more just government and save it from a tyrannical inevitable takeover.

I can go on and on writing about real solutions to human, national, and international problems but I don’t want to bore you if it doesn’t interest you.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT RELIABILITY

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Reliability means that you are highly predictable in your behavior and it doesn’t change in random ways always keeping a human guessing what you will do next.

 

Reliability also means a car, appliance, or other product which works well without glitches while it lasts and many think that reliability also means durability which means that the product lasts a long time without breaking down.

 

Someone who shows up to work on time and knows how to do the job well is an individual who is greatly sought after by all businesses and it is a sign of reliability. If you are also dependable then you probably will be respected and admired by your boss and coworkers because they will trust you fully because you don’t lie intentionally.

 

Reliable: adj. expecting a subset(s) to achieve a goal(s) with no change for a relatively long duration

 

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