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On Acceptance

How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Mad science gone horribly, horribly wrong(or right).

On Acceptance

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run the fuck away
Now, a source of conflict that my philosophy has is that people tend to see it as fatalistic. Because i'll just say, "Well, that's the way it is."

Why do I say this? If I'm experiencing something unpleasant, why on earth would I just shrug and go "That's the way it is"?

Perhaps because it's true. Since it's happening that is the way it is. This isn't to say that I don't want it to change. This does mean however that I will not change it. Instead, I'll create an opportunity for it to change itself. Instead of being active or passive in the situation, I just create a new situation. I add something to the situation, a possibility for change.

Basically, it's 30 degrees to the left from any other position.
  • how do you plan to enact this pholosophy? I need actual evidence to accept this philosophy as a valid means of decision making. and don't chaos theory me, planning the implementation of a qualified philosophy isn't exactly chaotic.
    • Who said anything about it being a valid means of decision making?

      Just because I use it doesn't mean it's right. It just means that so far, it hasn't broken terribly. Meanwhile, planning the implementation of a qualified philosophy should be chaotic. Why? Well, you could codify everything you need into your philosophy and have a set table where you can extract based upon situation. In situation A, set of actions A1 is valid, while set A2 is invalid.

      Do you realize how much data that would be? How ineffecient that would be?

      Instead, you could come up with a simple, recursive truism, such as z <- z*c^2 (if I'm not mistaken, the formula for the mandelbrot set). You cannot completely predict the outcome of this for all given scenarios. However, you can apply it, and determine the appropriate value at any point. In other words, you use an unpredictable and undefined ruleset, with what amounts to a metarule. "Rules are built this way, using these variables," and see what happens.

      Infinite diversity through infinite combinations. I seek not to simplify the cosmos, but to expand it.
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