Provisional Logistics 2

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1:匿名:2021/07/13(火) 00:08

Hi

106:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/10/21(木) 16:10

I'm very pleased to see majiko's update, but unfortunately it has only been about 7 hours since the last masturbation, so I cannot review it immediately. I will do it as soon as I recover.

107:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/10/22(金) 20:14

>>106 Sorry, this explanation is inadequate. I'll get on with it as soon as I'm feeling better physically and mentally.

108:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/10/24(日) 15:15

The more we seek freedom, the further away from it we get.

109:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/10/27(水) 00:18

Farting a lot feels good.

110:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/03(水) 04:25

I'm not sure if this is a good idea or not, but I think it's a good idea. I'm not sure what to make of it, but I'm sure it's a good idea. It's important to note that I don't normally eat beef, but I really want a thick steak. I'm sure you've heard of it, but I'm not sure if you've seen it or not. I think it was a 400g thigh, coated with sodium fondamate and salted to taste [music] Okay, 30 minutes on the timer, 30 minutes to let the flavors soak in, 30 minutes of service, 30 minutes of waiting while I eat my latest diet snack, my favorite baby cheese, with almonds, by the way. I think they are the best, but there are premium and normal black almonds. I don't know why my local supermarket sells them for 100 yen for four, but the premium ones have more stuff and are better, and I think they are almost sugar free, so I think they are great for dieting, and I eat a lot of them, but I don't know why I can't lose weight. I'm not sure what's wrong with my body, but it's a wonder the human body works the way it does. I'm sure you'll be able to find something that works for you. In the event that you have any questions regarding where by and how to use it, you can call us at the web site. I'm on a diet and I don't want to eat fat if I can help it. 2 [music] I bake it in the best oven in the water Invert for about 15 minutes at 150 degrees. I'm sure you'll be able to find something that works for you. I'm not sure what to make of it, but I'm sure it's a good idea. I'm sure you'll be able to find something to suit your needs. I'm sure you'll be able to find something that works for you. I'm sure you'll be pleased to know that I'm not the only one who has a problem with that. I'm sure you've heard of it, but I've never heard of it. I'm sure you'll be able to find something to suit your needs. I'm sure you'll be able to find something that works for you.

111:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/06(土) 08:29

The amount of information in the real world is the largest we know, but there are still technical challenges in searchability, verifiability and reliability.

112:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/08(月) 09:16

Take every possible measure to relieve your stress.

113:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/11(木) 08:39

Je me suis levé à huit heures.

114:匿名:2021/11/12(金) 05:39

However, I don't think my feeling of "dislike" should be something that I have to keep bottled up in my heart. And it is not good to explain the feeling by saying, "I don't like it because I don't like it," but it is necessary to think about why I don't like it in order.

115:匿名:2021/11/12(金) 21:20

I am sorrow

116:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/13(土) 13:05

Dear Nepi
If you are reading this letter, it means that I am no longer in this world line. I'm not sure if I understand the world line. It's not so difficult. It doesn't mean that I will disappear from this world, but it does mean that wherever you look in the world now, I will not be there. It just means that I'm somewhere else in a similar world.
It's been very hot lately, but it looks like the cooler weather of autumn is finally here in Japan. I hope you're not suffering from heat stroke. Take good care of yourself.
I'm thinking of starting something new these days. What do you think? Oh, it's not swimming. I've had enough of that. I'm going to keep a diary. Isn't that boring? No, not really. Keeping a diary is a very good thing. It's a good thing to keep a diary, because it allows you to write down the details that you forget more and more every day. You can look at them later and think about them. But it's not about regret. Write down what you did, what you thought, what other people did, what other people told you, what you can remember, from the most trivial to the most serious. Include things you might be embarrassed about later. The whole thing.
I'll show you a few things from today's diary.
Wednesday, 05 September 2018
It was a cool day today. But I'm writing this with the air-conditioner on. It seems I have a habit of turning on the air conditioner whenever it's even a little hot or humid. I'll work on that. I'm also reading a book. It's a book by Sumino Yoru, called "Somebody to Remember My Father By". It's more of a booklet than a book. I was wondering whether the girl on the right of the cover was a boy or a girl, but after reading it I've solved the mystery. It was short, but I enjoyed it a lot. Maybe I'm just a fan of the everyday. I got bored in the middle of the special dialogue, so I didn't finish it.
The evaluation of the original work was divided. I guess it depends on what you like. Do you like literature? The film was good as entertainment.
The film was good as entertainment. I'm not very good at empathising with people, so I'm not sure if those who are into it (if there are any) enjoyed it. I don't know what human emotion is. I don't know what human emotions are, I don't know if they exist or not. Maybe it's because I'm not confident in my ideas and knowledge. There are so many "maybes". Well, I can't help it. It's just like me.

I'm sure you'll get tired of reading this if it gets too long, so I'll leave it at that. I'll leave another letter for another time.

From me

117:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/13(土) 13:07

>>115 What's wrong?

118:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/16(火) 22:02

Drinking for psychological immune tolerance?

119:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/17(水) 09:34

Decide what you value, and thoroughly eliminate any entity that harms it, using the most humane methods possible if it is a person.

120:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/17(水) 09:37

I wish I had enough time to cover everything but I don't so I'm gonna pick out kind of the most important things and make sure I get to those right off the bat. So is it going? Okay, I the red light. I'm gonna ask you a question. I want you to think for a moment and tell me how long would you estimate the typical college freshman can read material in their book or in their notes and effectively be learning what they're reading. Okay. 5 minutes says Chris. 25 minutes. Hour. Now, let me ask, anybody think more then an hour? How long? By the way, I had a guy, last time I did this, he said I can do it about 6 hours. And I just (scoffs). Well then I found out he is a medical resident, just finished medical school, his wife was in my class and indeed, my daughter's 4th year med, oh yeah 4, 5 hours but that's not typical I can tell you, okay. Anybody less then 5 minutes? Okay. So we've got 5 to maybe 4 or 5 hours. A study was done, believe the University of Michigan, they asked students to do the following thing. When you're ready to study, you've got all your materials, you're back in your little dorm room or your place you live. Check your watch, start working, the moment you feel that sense of I've read it but it's not coming through, and it's like eh I'm wasting my time, we all get that feeling, note what time it is. Record that, bring it back. And they had many, many hundreds of freshman and sophomores do this and then somebody took the time to compile it. And typically, right about 25 to 30 minutes. By the way, it's also true of lectures and you've all proved it to yourself. You come in to a lecture, you're really alert, check the clock at about 25 after it's like...yeah. And I see it in every class I teach but how long do we teach? 50 minutes. And yet probably most of learning, if it's gonna happen, is in the first 25-30. Okay. I'm gonna talk about a person cause I also like to teach by anecdote. Woman named Janette. I was a junior at Western, she was a freshman, because I was a junior I could live off campus, those days, colleges where your parents had abstentia. She had to live in a dorm cause she didn't have a relative in town. We were dating. She got her first quarter at Western a D average, 1.0, 15 credits of D. She decided she really needed to buckle down, plus the school said if you don't make it up you're gonna be kicked out. So the second quarter of her freshman year, she set the following goal, to study for 6 hours a night, non-stop, 6-midnight, Sunday night through Thursday night. Friday, Saturday she could party, rest of the week she was gonna study. Now one would assume, my gosh going from little study to 6 hours a night, 5 nights of the week, she should've aced everything. Want to guess her grade point second quarter? 0.0, she failed every class. This is why telling people to study more is not necessarily help. In some cases it might actually worsen their performance. What I want to do is show you graphically what I'm talking about. Let's say this is efficient studying, and I know there are no numbers there but higher means more efficient, lower means low or no efficiency. And this axis we're looking at time. Here's what happens for the average student. For her, 6 o' clock in the evening, after her supper at the residency dining hall, she plopped herself down at her little study area and started studying. Here's what happened. By about 6:30, she was in a major slump. But what was her goal? To study 6 hours, so she continued to sit at her little desk and stare at pages until midnight. She was at her desk 6 hours. How long did she actually study? About 20, 30 minutes. Now, there's a simple conduct in psychology all of you are aware of, things that are reinforced we tend to do more of. Things that are punished or ignored, we tend to do less of, and we operate by those principles to a large degree. If you are sitting there for 6 hours, are you feeling good? No.

121:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/17(水) 09:39

Once you get here, you're looking at your book going I hate geography, I hate literature, I hate psychology, all the things we're trying to get you to fall in love with, you're hating it. And so her actual good studying was followed by 5 and a half hours of pain and misery. I would bet you, I don't know for a fact, that as the quarter progressed she sat down and finally she was done before she even started. She sat down and just stared at a book and she flunked every class. Now, had she taken this little seminar or had figured things out on her own, she'd know what to do. First rule, the moment you start to slide, you're shoveling against the tide. What you need to do is what? Take a break. Here's what's cool about it. You can study for a half hour. It doesn't take a half hour break to recharge your batteries. For most people about 5 minutes. This is where you go away, do something fun for 5 minutes. Call a friend, talk to a child, talk to a parent, a roommate, enjoy some music, do something you enjoy and actually say this is my treat for having studied for 30 minutes effectively. Go back, and here's what happens. Your efficiency is nearly 100%. Study a half hour, take a break, study a half hour. Had she done that over a course of 6 hours, she would have got about 5 and a half hours of serious studying and about a half hour of total break time. I really don't believe she would've flunked out. Now I get students complaining I don't have enough time to study. Look for a break at work. Look for a break at home. Those little 15-20 minutes can be very efficient if you apply them efficiently. Unfortunately, sometimes it's really tough to get those moments but you need to build them in somehow. You gotta have at least sometime to study. It's not gonna happen through osmosis. I'm gonna ask you a final question. Lets say you've studied till midnight, what do you want to do after your last study 20-30 minutes? No, not yet. You want to give yourself a big treat, okay. Whenever you're studying time is done, plan something special. Now for most women, especially with kids, it's a calgon bath with candles and the bathroom door locked and the statement if you bother me I will take your head off. This is where guys go "what?" Yeah, moms have no privacy, kids walk in while you're using the toilet, while you're in the tub, they'll bring their friends with them, won't they? Dads don't put up with that. When dads are in the bathroom it's lock the door, tough luck, go elsewhere. For you guys, I'll give you mine. This is politically incorrect. I liked beer, kay. My goal was to knock out all my studying, go to the Iron Bull Tavern in Bellingham, knock down a couple beers for my treat. Now my buddies they'd say Lobdell how're you getting straight A's? Well I'd studied starting about 3 in the afternoon. By 9 o' clock at night, when pitchers went on cheap, I'd done all my studying. I went and enjoyed my beer. These yahoos started drinking in the afternoon, then went to the tavern planning to go home and study. You know that's not gonna happen. You're not gonna study, and even if you do, what's called state dependent memory you'll typically only remember if you're intoxicated and I don't recommend getting drunk before a test. It's kind of a stupid thing. If you plan your day right, you can have those little study breaks but the coolest part is this. Because you're now reinforcing it with those little breaks and something fun, you extended. And you'll find you can go 30, 40, 50, an hour, an hour and a half. This is training. Those of you who go on to advanced degrees, you're gonna have to study incredible lengths of time without taking a break cause you've gotta get it done like my daughter in med school. Just amazing, I've told her I couldn't do it now, or actually I wouldn't do it. You're training yourself and if you do it right it becomes progressively easier, okay next question. How many of you have a true study or library in your place of residence? Okay. 2, 2 of you if I'm seeing correctly. I've always envied that.

122:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/17(水) 09:40

A quiet place to actually do reading or studying, kay. I'm gonna make a predicition. Many of you study in your bedroom. Okay, how many of you study in your bedroom? We'll raise high so everybody can see. Mmhmm, that's where I studied a lot, especially when I did go to community college. If you don't study in your bedroom hmm...I bet some of you study at the dining room table/kitchen table or bar. How many of you study at the dining/kitchen/bar? Okay. Now if you don't study in those 2 places and you don't have a study or library, study in the family room/rec room/living room...the place where your TV and stereo is, your couch, easy chair. How many of you study there? Okay. Now some of you might actually might drive to a school or library, any do that? Go to a...okay. A few of you do. I still remember living at home going to Highline Community College, my folks bought me a little desk. I still have it. Little desk, I'd come home cause I did work then at Albertsons, typically got off at 9, home about 10 and I'd start studying. I still remember reading Billy Bud Melville. I lie there sitting there studying and my eyes are just...and then the bed started calling to me. "Marty, come lie upon me." Now those of you who've studied Greek, the idea of Sirens calling sailors to the rocks, oh it's real. I'd hear the bed call me and I'd finally go oh I'll just lie down for a moment. Next thing my mom to be yelling "Marty you're late for your English class" I was like "Oh god. I didn't read Billy Bud and I'm screwed." Let me ask you, what's the primary function of a bedroom? What's the secondary function? Good. Most groups go...and I go take psych 20..or 225 and learn about it. It's functional, okay. Primary function of a dining table, eating. Primary function of a living area... Recreation, socializing, right? Now, a lot of students don't realize how much we're controlled by environmental cues. How many of you have been to the Tacoma Mall? Funny, isn't it? Why do you raise your hand? Have you ever been to Tacoma? You answered, why didn't you go like this? Why? Cause if I'm asking the entire class, you've been trained to do what? And you don't even think about it. How many of you been Tacoma Mall? Hands go up. But if I walked up to you, Chris you ever been to Seattle? Totally stupid right? When you're talking face to face you respond verbally. When you ask a group, hands come up. Now, here's what's bad...now that I've tricked you, you won't raise your hands. I'm not gonna raise my hand. But can you see how powerful it is? Without thinking cause we're in a classroom, how many of you have been to Tacoma Mall, hands shoot up. Same is true of going in your bedroom and trying to study. You're in the bedroom. Now, piece of research done in University of Hawaii. Researchers asked the students what's the biggest problem with studying, they said we can't get into it. The university in question had primarily dorm rooms. Very few commuter students to the university. Most of you have seen a dorm room. Oh okay. Most of you have seen a dorm room. They're usually rectangular if it's a 2 plex. One side bed, other side a bed, everything kinda mirror imaged, study area, study area, right...You've got a closet or wardrobe so it's real interesting. In one room you sleep, you groom, talk with people, you socialize, you study, you snack, you're all in 1 room. It's a multi-purpose room and yet you're supposed to study. If your door's open, what happens? Everybody "Hey Lobdell what's up?!" You know and then they got to come in and talk to very quickly you can't get to study. Well the professors heard that the students couldn't get into studying. But they knew what the dorms looked like and the Hawaiin dorms, all of the rooms had a goose neck lamp, so the professors said we're gonna try a little experiment. Take that lamp, make a little sign and put it on it, "Study Lamp".

123:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/17(水) 09:41

Use it only for studying, you don't dress by it, you don't have bs sessions by it, you don't snack by it, you don't clean the room by it, nothing. You use the other lights for all other functions. Here's the way it works and it's so easy. Every one of you can do this. Get a little lamp, probably have one already, if you don't my gosh. Yard sale, garage sale, you can pick 'em up for nothing. Get that lamp and it becomes your study lamp, so if you have to study in your bedroom, turn your desk away from the bed. That's the like how many of you been to the mall, it makes you want to go to sleep. By the way, you can't study in the bed, it's also bad for your back if you know about posture. Turn your back to the bed, have a blank wall, have your lamp, have your books ready to go cause you could futz away a lot of time getting ready, can't you? How many of can futz and futz yeah? You're ready to go, turn on the lamp and start studying. The moment you lose your edge, 15 20 30 minutes later, turn the lamp off, get up and leave the desk. What you're training yourself to study while seated there, and it becomes increasingly automatic as did the raising of the hand. You sit, turn the lamp on and you're ready to go. It's like magic. The students who did that were 1 grade point higher the next term compared to the controlled group that didn't do it. 1 grade point simply by creating a study area. Now if you study in the kitchen/dining, remove all food cues cause I know what happens there. You start thinking turkey in the fridge, yeah swiss cheese in the fridge, oh yeah sandwich time. How many of you have studied and created sandwiches, takes about a half hour to make a really good one. So damn good, what do you do? Make another one! And pretty soon not only are you not studying, but you're getting the spread going, okay. You're really frustrated then. The living area, I'm gonna tell you, you can do this experiment. You try to study in the living room and you're focused, and other people are listening to music, watching a movie, watching TV, they won't leave you alone. "Hey Marty. Marty look, look look it's really good." "Excuse me I'm studying." And then they get angry at you. "Well boo on you too." You can't study in the living area. It's not designed for that unless you're all by yourself, and you turn off the TV, turn down the stereo so it's truly background. If you're singing along to your favorite song, you're not studying. You're singing along to a song. Your brain has to be focused to be really studying, not time sharing back and forth between singing and studying. So living areas, very tough to create but if that's what you have to do it bring your little study lamp in, everything else off, turn on your study lamp, create a study there. Are you getting the idea? Now, I'm gonna go through a lot of suggestions. Break it up into chunks, reinforce it, simple to do. Create a study area, simple to do. And you'll be amazed if you take these ideas and do them. I'm gonna make a challenge to all of you. It's so easy to sit through a presentation, say yeah yeah that sounds good and then walk away and do nothing. Technically as a psychologist, if it doesn't change your behavior you haven't learned it. It's just in your head. To be a true learning experience you have to behave differently. So my hope is you all make a promise I'll try at least one or 2 of what I talk about today, and when you find out it works, say gosh I'll try a 3rd one, maybe a 4th. I went back to grad school in the mid-80s, second time around, I actually aced every class. PLU gives pluses, I got pluses in all but one class. I didn't do that first time, okay. I was a good student but not that good. I used the principles I learned about in teaching psych to become a student. I wish somebody had told me these things when I was a student the first time. It would have been a lot easier. So we got 2 things going. Break your study up into little pieces with reinforcement. Create a study area, if you don't have one.

124:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/17(水) 09:42

I think you said you do have a study. There you go. Okay. Next thing. The more active you are in your learning, your're more effective. And yet increasingly I have students who think studying is reading it over and over and they're gonna have some magical thing where they suddenly understand it and remember it well. When your reading it over and over, or saying it over and over, the term for that is rote memorization. Spelled r-o-t-e. It can work. It is the way most of us were taught in elementary school. The way I understand it, a lot of Asian schools depend heavily on rote. Some of you may be darn good at it and if you can memorize and actually understand by repetition and its effective for you, don't change. But for most of us it's not the most efficient or effective way. The way to learn efficiently in college, first you have to decide what am I learning. Is it a concept or a fact? A fast is the discreet little piece of information, Sigmund Freud is the father of psychoanalysis, that's a fact. Okay, but understanding what psychoanalysis is is a concept. Okay. Understanding the name of a bone is a fact. Understanding what it does in the body gets into a concept, okay. So, in studying, sometimes there are a lot of facts. In fact, I use anatomy as a good example. You gotta memorize bones, muscles, organs, tissues, a lot of it. But if you simply memorize and don't understand the function of it. The comprehension of the actual concepts, it's a lot of wasted learning, really. Just to know a name of a bone is like yeah, so what. Okay. What does it do? How does it function? So, if it's a fact or a factoid, you have to approach it one way and I'll talk about how you do that. But in most college classes, what we as professors are most concerned about is that you grasp the concept. Because concepts, once grasped, will stay with you a lifetime. Facts can easily get confused, but that's why we have Google, why we have reference books. If you know the concept, you can quickly look up the fact if you have to know that for a particular fact. Neat thing is, I get questions who has more advantage, younger students or older students? Depends on what you're talking about. Most of us as we get older realize concepts are what are really important to make our lives better, to be effective in our work, effective in our personal lives. Facts though, we realize we can lookup. We can get those if we need them. Young people actually often learn facts very quickly but they never think about the concept. I'll give you a simple example, I'm an old guy, when I was a bit younger, I would sing along with the radio with my adolescent daughter in the car. Oh Dad, if you don't know the words don't sing the song. I'd say okay Beth, you're right. I'm not singing exactly what he or she is singing, but it's conceptually the same. What? I'd say what's the song about? I don't know. She couldn't tell me what the song was about but she could tell me every word in the song. That's earning or learning facts and not seeing the concept. I as an adult, I know the concept, I just make up my own lyrics, okay. Because I don't worry about the factual. Now, some of you are going yeah but my teacher does. I got to know the facts as well as the concepts, so we'll first deal with concepts. Here's the question, can you put the concept in your own words. If you can't, you don't really understand it. It's not meaningful to you. To make it meaningful is a struggle. It's probably the biggest struggle you have as a student. But its a struggle you need to do or you're wasting your study time. Now I'm gonna give you an example. Only 1 of you probably in this room will understand what I just say or what we say. Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny. I knew she would get that. How many of you know exactly what I'm talking about? Rog, you do? Cool. 2 of you. Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny. Most of you are going it's all Greek to me, it's actually probably more Latin but I'm not certain of that.

125:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/17(水) 09:43

When I was a biology student, I learned about the ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny and if you try to learn that and you don't understand it, it's gonna go in one ear and out the other. You can't hold onto it. But if I take a moment to break it down, ontogeny means your own development as a being. You as a human for example. Recapitulates means goes back through or recaptures, retraces. Phylogeny, which is the development all the way from single cell to complex mammal. Now to make sense of that, how did all of you start in utero? A single fertilized cell. An ovum that's fertilized and then it starts dividing and you get all that. But you get a little peer and this is what they first looked at embryos, where we look like a little thing that looks like a tadpole. Right? Yeah, tadpoleish. So we start with a single egg that's fertilized and then we get this little thing that looks kinda like a tadpole and they thought these were gill slits. They're not, they're just what becomes the pharisaic area. But there's no legs it looks like a little tail. We had a tail! Got the idea? Well then we get our arm buds and we get them growing you know, so we now get arms and legs and gradually we start looking more like a human being but we take an embryo of every mammal, you probably couldn't tell one from the other. Human, pig, doesn't matter, they all look very much alike don't they? Now, you understand ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny, but if the instructor doesn't take the time to tell you that and you just read it and eh whatever I'll memorize it, you would forget it about as quickly get through it. I'm not gonna prove this, you all get to do a little memory task. Gotta find where...here we go! I'm gonna read to you 13 letters from our alphabet, you all know the alphabet right? Should be meaningful. As soon as I finish I want you to say them back to me in the same sequence that I give them to you. So I'll say them and then I'll go like that, you say 'em back. Y-T-R-H, don't write 'em, A-U-S-P-D-P-A-Y-H...Boy, somebody sounded like they got quite a few but did any of you get all 13? By the way, the fact that you took notes is a good thing. It's one of the best things to help you remember, and I sit in front of classes where they just go...for 50 minutes. I'm givin' them wisdom and they're not taking a damn note, and then they wonder why they don' remember. You can't remember everything in a lecture. I'm gonna rearrange the letters a little bit, see if you do any better. H-A-P-P-Y-T-H-U-R-S-D-A-Y. The letters in sequence. Shh... letters. Most of you got all 13, and you thought coming to this lecture might be nothing. I've just taken your short term memory span, which is usually 5 to about 9 letters and expanded 13. Can you give 'em again? What are they? Damn you're good. Or I'm good. Now, obviously it was a little easier. Those were the same 13 letters, same ones. If you're studying anything conceptual, and you're trying to memorize it, it's like Y-T-R...it doesn't make any sense. It's in one eye out the other, if it's out loud one ear out the other. But if you take the time discover the meaning, suddenly it clicks. And I could probably ask you next week what were those 13 letters and most of you tell me. At the end of the quarter I could ask you and most of you could tell me. You might be confused was it happy wednesday or thursday but you'd guess probably thursday. Now, some of you are in my intro class this quarter. I do something that I wish I had time to do. I divide the class in 2, using a card so half reads 1, the other half reads another card. I have one group try to estimate the number of vowels in a series of words that I read to them. So they're thinking about the words, we'd say that's superficial thinking. How many vowels in mosquito? How many vowels in bottle? How many vowels in elephant? And they get to write down what they think is the number of vowels. The second group are instructed, they're told you need to think about how valuable this item would be.

126:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/18(木) 20:44

If you were stranded on a deserted island, and you then rate its value on 5 point scale, 1 being no value, 5 being highly valuable, that's called deeper processing. You're now thinking about it in terms of its application or use. By the way, I think elephant is a fun one, I'd give it a 5. Not really company but if you got really hungry you got a lot of food there right? I then read, I think it's about 30 words, everybody's writing down their numbers. I then have them do a stalling exercise where they write their name phone number and address, that's to dump short term memory cause they might be thinking about the words I just read. If you're now writing your name and address, it changes your focus. Short term memory only lasts about 20-30 seconds, its pretty brief. So I counted on the clock, after 30 seconds I say now write down as many words that you can recall. This one is so powerful, the group that's counting vowels on average remembers out of about 30 words. Time and time again. The group that's thinking about usefulness on a deserted island remembers 10. It's slightly more 5/5, 5.5 vs 10.5 but very close to it doubling without doing any more effort, simply by thinking about it instead of just trying to superficially think about it. And this is where, as a student, the more you get into the understanding the better. Now this then raises a fun question, what is the meaning? If I say something is meaningful or meaningless, what am I really saying? Now I'm not gonna through a big drill which is kind of fun of teasing it out of you, but a meaningful piece is a piece that relates to something you already know, and the best little analogy is its like a file system that you've already got established, you add a new entry to it so its all neatly organized and its very easy if you got a file system to add a new entry. We do it with computers also. The other way, meaningless. It's where something new doesn't fit with something already established and so its Greek to you. Its ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny. What did you say? If its something brand new, you can't relate it. You have to create a new entry, so you have to grapple with it saying what does that mean? But as I broke it down, I bet you could associate it with something you already understood. You've probably all seen little embryos, you got the idea of an egg, the idea that it kinda recaptures our development from a primitive one cell to a very complex mammal, get that idea. That's the meaning of meaningfulness. Now as a teacher, I think all of us, as we are teachers we all try to make things meaningful in our classes. So we give stories, we give examples, but sometimes our examples don't work for you. This is where you have to tease it out. So I'm gonna go to a couple things to help you there. First, study groups. We underutilize them, especially in community college. Would people get through med school without study groups. Not very many. Do we have vet tech back there? Dental hygiene, vet tech, pretty sophisticated stuff they have to learn, right? Do they do study groups? No? Oh my...I would hope they do. I would encourage them to do it. Where I've got students to form study groups, performance of the groups go up dramatically. Now, part of it is probably because they're motivated to do that so its a bit confounding but I'm convinced there's also the power of studying with other people. I know these concepts its like so well I can't see how they're confusing, but another student who's just found the answer can sometimes turn and say Thursday, here's what its about. They go ah is that what Mr. Lobdell was saying, god. So easy. But I can't do that because I don't see where the problems lie in that particular concept. Study groups are great. I'm not gonna tell you how many of you totally hurt yourself in studying. How many of you magic mark, highlight, whatever you call it, textbooks. A little yellow, pink, green, glow in the dark sort of thing? How many of you use the markers? Those were invented '65, year I started college. So I bought one.

127:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/20(土) 20:46

Sexual preferences are so closely linked to personal experience that it feels almost impossible to market to the exact sweet spot of most people.

128:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/22(月) 17:20

When I wore MUJI's "Men's Organic Cotton Mix Heat Generating V Neck Long Sleeves T-Shirt" as a nightgown last night, I experienced sudden and severe itching. This was presumably due to the thermal storage function of the product, which contributed to the increase in body temperature. I therefore prohibit the wearing of all thermal storage underwear, including the product in question, at bedtime and freeze indefinitely any plans to purchase more of the product in question (17:12, 22/11/2021)

129:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/11/22(月) 19:40

Traits controlled by a single gene

The ABO blood group is determined by the ABO gene, which carries information about a protein called glycosyltransferase. The ABO gene carries information about a protein called glycosyltransferase, which is mainly responsible for adding another sugar to the end of the sugar chain exposed on the surface of the cell. However, the DNA sequence of the ABO gene can be divided into three main types depending on the function of this protein. In genetics, different types of the same gene are called alleles. In the case of the ABO gene, there are three alleles, A, B and O. These alleles contain information about the same type of protein, but the proteins produced from these alleles have slightly different functions. This is because the sequence of bases is slightly different between the alleles, resulting in a slight difference in the amino acid sequence. All genes have such different types and alleles.

In the ABO gene, the enzyme synthesized from the allele classified as O is an enzyme that cannot link sugars. A adds the sugar N-acetylglucosamine. B adds the sugar galactose. There are also three types of alleles that produce type O. In one case, the 261st base is missing. So that the correct enzyme cannot be synthesized. There are several differences between the sequences of the A and B alleles compared. Four of these differences, at bases 526, 703, 796 and 803, all result in amino acid differences when translated into protein. This difference in amino acids causes the enzymes synthesized from each allele to function differently.

In each individual, one allele of the ABO gene is transmitted from each parent. The cell then synthesizes an enzyme from both alleles. Thus, the two alleles of the ABO gene in each individual can be one of six possible combinations. If both alleles are O, the ABO blood group will be type O. If A and A or A and O, type A. If B and B or B and O, type B. If A and B, type AB. Therefore, it is possible to distinguish any of these six types by examining the above sequence of the ABO gene. Then, we can predict the blood group from only a little genetic information without studying the blood group of parents, the actual blood group, or the whole ABO gene sequence. However, there are basic exceptions in living organisms, and even in this case there are special alleles which cannot be estimated by the above combinations. For example, some of the alleles classified as O consist of different sequences and are present in low frequency in the population.

130:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/12/13(月) 01:50

The natural avoidance of spontaneity may be a remote cause of autonomic dysreflexia.

131:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/12/19(日) 16:41

Howdy?

132:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/12/19(日) 16:44

>>128 I think it will function properly as a nightgown only under unheated conditions below 10 degrees Celsius.

133:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/12/19(日) 22:35

In the first place, without basic bodily mechanisms and skills based on biological evolution, culture itself would not exist. In this sense, we can say that culture is a mechanism to extend biological body mechanisms and skills. Culture extends humanity's biological skills: many tools are extensions of the hand, microscopes and radio telescopes are extensions of the eye, loudspeakers and printing technology are extensions of the voice, trains, automobiles and other means of transportation are extensions of the foot, computers are extensions of the brain, and fire is an extension of the digestive system. Moreover, only human beings are capable of not only making tools, but also of extending such body extensions to any extent by flexibly combining them in many kinds and many layers: we make the tools needed to make tools, we make the means of transportation needed to carry tools, we make the tools needed to convey information... and so on. Culture is a device for the multiple and flexible extension of humanity's biological mechanisms and skills to any extent.

134:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/12/20(月) 11:56

Voulez-vous arrêter de penser?

135:匿名:2021/12/22(水) 01:05

Velim ut pubes meas etiam exhauriat.

136:匿名:2021/12/24(金) 18:12

Il y a du sang frais qui sort de l'anus.

137:Chronic Procrastinator:2021/12/29(水) 17:27

Lorsque j'ai porté le "Men's Organic Cotton Mix Heat Generating V Neck Long Sleeves T-Shirt" de MUJI comme chemise de nuit la nuit dernière, j'ai ressenti des démangeaisons soudaines et sévères. Cela était vraisemblablement dû à la fonction de stockage thermique du produit, qui a contribué à l'augmentation de la température corporelle. Par conséquent, j'interdis le port de tout sous-vêtement à stockage thermique, y compris le produit en question, au moment du coucher et je gèle indéfiniment tout projet d'achat du produit en question.

138:Ceux qui interf&◆ow:2021/12/29(水) 17:32

Une personne était très intéressée par mon histoire "J'ai récemment réalisé que si j'utilise des images de personnages comme objet de mon étude, je ne serai jamais capable d'écrire une théorie des images de personnages", alors j'ai mentionné la fappabilité et la zéro-fappabilité et j'ai dit "En bref, 'Moe' est un concept dans le domaine de la littérature et de l'art, et qu'il est impossible de faire une analyse rationnelle dans le domaine de la recherche en art visuel sans introduire la "fappabilité", il m'a écouté avec grand intérêt, ce qui a peut-être augmenté ma motivation pour écrire un livre sur la "fappabilité".

139:H&◆cM:2021/12/29(水) 17:37

La croyance qu'une préparation méticuleuse fera naître nos désirs n'est ni bonne ni mauvaise en soi.
Les organes génitaux féminins bipolaires et décentrés : le sein et la vulve sont littéralement des symboles du corps féminin et sont essentiels à l'histoire de l'industrie du sexe.
Pourquoi le récit négatif est-il si répandu dans la société moderne ?
Nous devons vivre en tant que personnes nées dans un pays de perdants et il est important et bénéfique pour nous individuellement et pour ce pays d'en prendre conscience.
Underachiever ou Procrastinator - quel est mon véritable alias ?
Je veux être une sorte d'agent de circulation pour notre société en tant que collectif intellectuel.
Il n'y a rien de naturel ou de fondé sur des principes à ressentir un sentiment d'appartenance à un système politique tel que l'État.

140:Anonyme:2021/12/29(水) 17:40

Une perspective fantomatique, une vision fantomatique, une vue fantomatique (17:52, 2021/06/10)
Voir la vraie nature des fantômes et des fleurs à queue flétrie (17:52, 10 juin 2021)
L'univers agité (17:54, 2021/06/10)
A Senior Conflits entre raison et instinct (2021/06/13/0:30)
D'aussi loin que je me souvienne, une motion de défiance à l'égard du parti au pouvoir, l'ego, a été proposée au parlement de mon cerveau, ma plus haute instance de décision (11:01, 16/06/2021).
La compréhension de Mario-like comme sous-catégorie de la gamification (22/07/2021, 7:25 pm)
Heattech peut remplacer le chauffage, mais Airism ne peut pas remplacer le refroidissement (16:01, 27/07/2021)
S'il y a quelque chose à rechercher, c'est bien l'accomplissement de la justice (07/08/2021, 0:01)
La peur de l'effondrement des constructions intellectuelles décourage la pensée et l'action constructives, quelles qu'elles soient. (2021/08/09/5:04)
Seuls ceux qui peuvent utiliser la boussole du devoir lorsqu'ils nagent dans une mer de droits illimités sont libres (21:45, 2021/09/02)
À la recherche d'une intelligence externe (ht 22:12, 2021/09/02)
C'est pratique de mettre toute sa monnaie dans une caisse automatique et elle ressort avec la plus petite combinaison (23:31, 10 septembre 2021).
Penser horizontalement quand on manque de sommeil (8:02, 12/09/2021)
Les informations véritablement utiles devraient être les plus personnalisées, n'est-ce pas ? (2021/09/14/0:29)
Je veux être un guide de circulation pour la société en tant que collectif intellectuel (23:07, 10/04/2021)
Déconstruire la problématique (19:55, 29/10/2021)
L'objectif suprême d'Apple pourrait être l'égalité des chances grâce aux machines (3:56, 11/09/2021)
Des philosophes qui possèdent et luttent avec un Hiroyuki altéré (0:41, 21 novembre 2021)
Sur ses propres caractéristiques physiques.

141:Anonyme:2022/01/01(土) 13:07

Comment allez-vous tous?

142:Anonyme:2022/01/01(土) 22:02

Je pense personnellement que la raison pour laquelle les personnes intelligentes ont une vision positive de la mort, ou pourquoi les personnes âgées s'accrochent à leur emploi mal payé, est un problème qui peut être résolu en formant une sorte de communauté appropriée pour chaque personne, en leur donnant une nouvelle réalisation sociale, et en développant des divertissements inconnus au-delà de notre imagination. Pensez-vous qu'il est possible de créer un avenir où les gens ont une vision plus positive de la vie en stimulant leurs loisirs d'une manière plus rationnelle pour leur cerveau?

143:Anonyme:2022/01/02(日) 18:04

Le rêve changeant, le souvenir d'un monde de brume matinale illusoire. Ce monde actuel, assis sur une fondation de sable qui s'effrite. L'histoire d'un rêve fabriqué, racontant un monde ancien et profond. En plein jour, une ville coule.

Est-ce une illusion, ou une tour construite sur du sable ? Ce rêve, jusqu'au lever du jour, est un rêve de papillon.

Le rêve change, la couleur voyante d'un manoir écarlate illusoire. Ce monde actuel, assis au sommet d'une froide fondation de pierre. Le conte de fées d'un rêve fabriqué, racontant une ancienne et belle capitale. En plein jour, une ville est corrompue.

144:Anonyme:2022/01/03(月) 01:41

D'un point de vue fantomatique, d'une vision fantomatique, d'une perspective fantomatique, mes aînés, qui luttent entre la raison et l'instinct de l'univers, qui voient la vraie nature des fantômes et l'agitation au sein des fleurs à queue fanée, ont été dans le plus haut organe de décision de mon cerveau, la Diète, depuis aussi longtemps que je me souvienne, il y a eu un vote de défiance dans le parti au pouvoir, l'ego. Avec la compréhension de Mario de la gamification comme sous-catégorie, le heattech est un substitut du chauffage, mais l'airism n'est pas un substitut du refroidissement, donc s'il y a quelque chose à rechercher, c'est seulement la réalisation de la justice. Je vous ai appris à maintes reprises que la peur de l'effondrement des constructions intellectuelles nous fait nous abstenir de pensées et d'actions constructives, quelles qu'elles soient, mais seuls ceux qui savent utiliser la boussole du devoir sont libres lorsqu'ils nagent dans une mer de droits infinis, et il est commode de mettre toutes ses pièces dans la caisse automatique de l'intelligence extérieure, car elles en ressortent dans la plus petite combinaison possible. La pensée horizontale pendant la privation de sommeil est également vraie, et j'ai dit que l'information véritablement utile devrait être la plus personnalisée, et je veux être un guide de circulation pour la société en tant que collectif intellectuel, et le démantèlement de la conscience des problèmes et la suprématie d'Apple peut être l'égalité des chances par la machine, et possédée par l'altéré Hiroyuki. Les philosophes qui se débattent avec leurs propres caractéristiques physiques sont éliminés ou torturés.

145:Anonyme:2022/01/11(火) 00:06

OC2(h)

146:Easterlies:2022/01/18(火) 07:55

By Hanako and Shinichi's first intercourse, estimated about 2 hours ago.

147:Easterlies:2022/01/18(火) 09:14

Contemporary Individualism was born at 23:19 on June 9, 2020. Today, January 18, 2021, at 8:56 pm, it has lived a little over seven months and has been completely deleted from the trash. There is no need for pessimism, as I will be irresponsibly raising its descendants. Please keep in mind that the descendants will be purely cultivated and gradually propagated at https://ha10.net/ and https://jeison.biz/casphy/.

148:Easterlies:2022/01/18(火) 09:22

>>147 It's 8:56 am, not pm.

149:Easterlies:2022/01/19(水) 05:53

Me: I'm cold.
Siri: I'm relieved to hear that.

150:Easterlies:2022/01/23(日) 14:44

The intelligible truths underlying all of our thoughts are clear but subtle, and depend on nothing more than the differences that are actually possible, since none of them are good. In order to achieve complete clarity in our thinking about an object, we need only consider the practical kinds of perceptible effects that the object has. In other words, what sensations we should expect from it and what reactions we should prepare for.

151:Easterlies:2022/01/24(月) 18:38

(Ramanujan's work) did not have the simplicity and inevitability of truly great work. It would have been greater if it had been less strange. But there was a natural talent there that no one could deny. It was a deep and invincible originality. If he had been discovered and acclimatized at a younger age, he probably would have become an even greater mathematician, making new and more important discoveries. On the other hand, he might have become less "Ramanujan-like" and more European professorial, losing more than he gained.

152:Easterlies:2022/01/24(月) 18:59

Airi(h), estimated 8 hours ago.

153:Easterlies:2022/01/27(木) 03:14

Uncensored Girl from the North Country, estimated 20 minutes ago.

154:Easterlies:2022/01/27(木) 13:37

>>153 This is the quintessential serendipitous/algorithmic discovery. I sacrificed the synchronicity to identify her genuineness. Consequently, I'm kind of grateful to her and her appendage.

155:Easterlies:2022/01/27(木) 13:53

In French and German, they say I'm rather grateful for her appendage. Don't distort the facts.


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