The five universal laws of human stupidity
We underestimate the stupid, and we do so at our own peril.
198 Methods of Nonviolent Action
198 Methods of Nonviolent Action (PDF version) 198 METHODS OF NONVIOLENT ACTION Practitioners of nonviolent struggle have an entire arsenal of “nonviolent weapons” at their disposal. Listed below a…
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Salvador Dali’s Creative Thinking Technique | The Creativity Post
How to conjure up dreamlike imagery from your subconscious.
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Index of /arch/arthur/img Arthur – Teiknimyndasögur
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Talk:Buckminster Fuller – Wikiquote
You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.
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Quote by Alan Watts: “For there is a growing apprehension that existe…”
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“For there is a growing apprehension that existence is a rat-race in a trap: living organisms, including people,are merely tubes which put things in at one end and let them out at the other, which both keeps them doing it and in the long run wears them out. So to keep the farce going, the tubes find ways of making new
tubes, which also put things in at one end and let them out at the other. At the input end they even develop ganglia of nerves called brains, with eyes and ears, so that they can more easily scrounge around for things to swallow. As and when they get enough to eat, they use up their surplus energy by wiggling in complicated patterns, making all sorts of noises by blowing air in and out of the input hole, and gathering together in groups to fight with other groups. In time, the tubes grow such an
abundance of attached appliances that they are hardly recognizable as mere tubes, and they manage to do this in a staggering variety of forms. There is a vague rule not to eat tubes of your own form, but in general there is serious competition as to who is going to be the top type of tube. All this seems marvelously futile, and yet, when you begin to think about it, it begins to be more marvelous than futile. Indeed, it seems extremely odd.”
― Alan W. Watts