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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct17Post.mp4 One of the coolest stories is way back when Galileo was sitting in church. Bored. And while he was bored, he looked up at all the chandeliers swinging. And he noticed that they had different periods. Some were swinging back and forth pretty quickly. Some were swinging back and forth pretty slowly. So Galileo, being the young scientist that he was, wanted data. Problem was this mind experiment was WAY before they invented clocks. The first clocks were based on pendulums. But that was only after Gal
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug21Post.mp4 A common "truism" in dating and seduction communities is to not listen to what "she" says, but to watch what "she" does. The idea is that women will say one thing, but do another. This is true, but it's true like confirmation bias is true. This type of behavior is very easy to see in others. Very hard to see in ourselves. So, what does the previous "truism" mean, particularly about human behavior? That what we say and what we do seem to always be different things? One way this comes out is in marketing s
  3. <iframe width="420" height="315" src="https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug19Post.mp4"></iframe> https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug19Post.mp4 When I was a kid I was a huge fan of the Twilight Zone. Spooky stories with unexpected twists. One was kind of weird. A bunch of guys had this airplane that didn't fit anywhere. Nobody remembered anything, and they kept disappearing. But the crux of the whole episode was realizing that it wasn't true. Just some horrible imagination that became real. And it was proven to be false when on
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan04Post.mp4 It's no secret that today's dating market is a dumpster fire. A romantic disaster. It's very easy to get frustrated today. Our instincts are getting yanked all over the place. If you're a guy, you can't help but to notice bombardments of pretty faces everywhere you look. At the same time, getting something going seems next to impossible. It's like being adrift on the ocean, and dying of thirst. Water, water, everywhere, and not a drop to drink. It would SEEM that the ladies have it easy. All they
  5. There's a famous story of Hachi, a dog in Japan. He would follow his owner to the station every day. Hachi's master was a professor. Hachi would wait for him at the station around the time he got off work. But one day Hachi's master died at school. But Hachi kept waiting. (If this sounds familiar, they made a movie about this with Richard Gere). Now, exactly WHY Hachi (a dog) kept waiting is anybody's guess. Since we humans like to imagine animals with human emotions, it's a good story about loyalty, obedience, friendship, etc. It's also pretty wide
  6. I used to work with this guy that was from Cambodia. He was a living example of the saying that, "If you took all the money in the world and spread it out evenly, it would be back in the same hands within a generation." What does this mean? It means that those to have a lot of money, generally got it because they have skills that most of us normal humans don't have. Of course, more than a few people with these "money skills" are sociopaths who ONLY care about getting more money. But most of the folks who have a ton of money, worked for it. Just imagine for a secon
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