stimulus intensity developement

Illogical models
After years of distracting myself with hard work, I happend to stumble across this wikipedia article thanks to Alex Drake . Knowing how and why you are having certain thoughts and desires is important because it will give you "level ground" to analyze your actions from. There are many different types of personalities. Some of them are purposefully induced through reptition, others naturally form over time and evolve with increased interaction. Through using deductive reasoning and symbolic logic I have become an INTJ . If you accept that what you know now is not what you are supposed to know, and that society doesn't care to "put you in the know," then you are left...Read more
In a world of unsure certainty, there is one thing that seems to be getting more and more certain. That would be Drupal. The potential life energy that can be created through designing networked systems using Drupal is unmatched in any other system (except for "life" itself). This is why I have not written any blog posts in the past year or so (because my inner-drive has been over-powered and morphed due to the possibilities that are now available (Thanks to Drupal!) to experience & understand/control. The potentials of life are hidden deep within networked systems. These networked systems are made of a nearly infinite # unique "stimuli" that when combined...Read more
I found this article on the Digg Founders Profile after signing up today. The Information Economy By Cory Doctorow, in The Guardian. MY RESPONSE TO THE ABOVE ARTICLE (READ ARTICLE IT FIRST!)"The thinking is simple: an information economy must be based on buying and selling information. Therefore, we need policies to make it harder to get access to information unless you've paid for it." I disagree heavily with this idea. Buying & Selling should never be the focus of work, but rather the life experiences. People who just want the $$ will just push their minds to work up until they reached a certain pay...Read more
A different way to re-focus on conditioned stimuli WRITTEN: 4/20/06 Would you believe that everyone’s perception of a stimulus is always the same(in intensity), but they get bored and with it from time,but it actually has the same effect on them. Is there a different way to represent these conditioned stimulus’s in slightly different “light” so that people will re-recognize how interested the stimulus was, and experience it again as if it were a first time shock. Always has same power, but how to bring it out. Creating new relationships involving a stimulus will cause this reaction. I convince myself I don’t feel it anymore, but I later realized this connection, so...Read more
Emotion’s Life reasoning system 6/13/2006 Emotions - Towards stimuli/ experiences builds when they have a flowing consistency & people analyze them. - Get their attention and then keep it with good flow - Emotions are the connective relationship b/w stimuli - OR is it the deductive reasoning system (have to follow people’s emotions to keep their interest in the flow. They would logically lead them from stimuli to stimuli in an experience to create an emotion. - The stimuli’s relationships may be mathematically determined equation (based upon good or bad direct relationships) This one to one relationship has minimal emotional effects (analyze and then don’t care...Read more
From A conversation By: Victor & Austin On: 5/20/06 Expectation vs. Anticipation High expectation (from repeating a specified stimulus) = high anticipation of the person to experience that stimulus. High expectations only occur when the stimulus has only been experiences a few times. Eventually they become desensitized and grow to expect a response to a stimulus. This expectation is joined with little anticipation, since they are bored of the stimulus. Probable vs. Possibility People expect the probable, but if they experience a possible instead, then their anticipation level is raised again (or is it that there is a lower expectation of your anticipation). This...Read more
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