I've never not aced it in school / compliance. But what I didn't do was try to make money from a young age. To me that is what you do when you can't work out what it is you really love "regardless of the money".
That doesn't make me special, but then, some would argue "there is no true identicality" and others would argue "there is no true uniqueness". Somewhere in the borders between worlds, we live.
"To be, or not to be, that is the question."
To do or not to do, that is my answer.
And as an aside, when you plug that quote into a search engine you get more identical results than any other query. And yet none seem to have answered the question.
And yet, is it better or worse for mental health when people are now more likely to kill themselves than to kill others.
Similarly, as we (morally) 'progress' into the future, ask yourself this: do we become more accepting of things that were once wrong, or do we declare more things wrong that were once acceptable.
And it is that (moral) dilemma that epitomises (moral) dilemmas. Instead we focus on trilemmas like "security" "scalability" or "decentralisation" (cryptocurrencies), or "quality" "costly" and "speed" (business/consumer-product).
So that brings me to the concept of an infilemma. Infinite categorical distinctions with which we can only have one less.
See how I'm following my own golden rule
Jack Don McLovin
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Built Businesses that Build Businesses and got Headhunted• Current
I designed an enterprise scale dictionary database and webforum, paying creators via their consumers, allowing you to create legal terms, legislation, and most importantly an incentive to ascend to greater heights of secrecy.
Bachelor in Biomedical Engineering (Honours in Machine Learning) • April 2017
Human Physiology, Plant and Animal Biology, Genetics, Electrical, Electronics, Project Management, Dynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Mechanics, Statics, Statistics, Calculus, Chemistry, Signals and Linear Systems, Physics, Process Control
Software Engineer and Robotics Educator• November 2022 - Current
Building Cross Platform Applications from package research, to compatibility testing, development, removing vulnerabilities, UI updates, backwards compatibility, and writing code that writes code that writes code.
Lead Designer• August 2019 - September 2020
Enterprise scale automated-pdf-generation, management, hosting and distribution for high-scale journalism and document tracking. The founder had worked on Manufacturing Consent with Noam Chomsky.
Everything comes from language, from there symbolisms constructs maths, and education passes linguistic insights on. Engineering and software require things like industrial scale mass manufacturing production lines, whereas I was moreso trained as a biomedical engineer. And history... all I ever do is argue against the interpretation of it.
These are the hairs of certain types of plants, that are there to excrete special chemicals for insects and animals alike. Symbiosis is more common than competition in the plant kingdomUTAS, Plant Biology
Supposedly plants and animals diverged long ago out of the competitive law of natural selection, but they are some of the oldest living life forms, and are considered their own species. Lichen.UTAS, Biology
When you see bees so small sometimes it's hard to think that the number and density of the hairs on their body show that everything changes with scale.UTAS, Animal Biology
People often think of it as being a double helix, or base pairs, or codes for proteins. But it's symmetry shows that it may be hyperdimensional. Just as what's encoded is not permanent for life.UTAS, Genetics
Flow can go from being as turbulent as ever to sudden periods of laminar flow, where it becomes crystal clear and there is next to no friction. Scientists will never solve this one. I'm sure of it.UTAS, Fluid Dynamics
Reprogramming old over-developed cells back into pluripotency is what makes a stem cell the stem from which all other cells can be sourced. It's the beginning and the ending of anti-aging research. The question is, can you afford it?UTAS, Human Physiology
Electrons are never in a single place, and neither are hydrogens. The electron is the origin of electricity, and hydrogen is the origin of acids and protons.UTAS, Chemistry
Tachyons are called pseudoscience by the overwhelming majority of scientists, but phonons are quasi-particles, thought of as quantized sound waves. Meanwhile Tachyons take less and less energy the faster and further they travel back in time. No energy to go infinitely far back.UTAS, Mathematics
Coded language is where we speak with layers upon layers of meaning. Ascento-secrecy is where we aim to accelerate through it. If you haven't tried thinking outside of the box, then wait till you hear about this.
I really value our early day Glocal discussions. You brought deep and original perspectives each time. Those were great moments.David Talbert
I was tested to have an IQ of 160, but I think your's is higher. (ex-politician, councilman, owned many businesses, and was my mentor during years 11-12).Martin McManus
just know that you have attained the status in my mind as the face of enlightened Australia/u/randomevenings
Wether you'd like to discuss something of interest, or working together, or investments, international currencies, legislation, language, mathematics, science, history... Maybe join me at Class A - Education