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You have ~65,000 thoughts per day.

95% are the same as yesterday.

Most are inner-critic repeated thoughts.

Only ~5% are action thoughts.

But why?

Repetitive thinking and negative thoughts once served us for hypervigilant alertness.

It now is the basis of most suffering.
One of the reasons I built #TheIntelligenceAmplifier in my garage lab was to help the computer age to solve the human condition:

Repetitive thinking dominates your human bandwidth.

Hypervigilant thinking removes your focus.

EVERYONE suffers this.
The repetitive thinking and hyperyvigilant causes a cascade adrenaline and cortisol to pump.

They are designed to be produced only when an immediate threat is present.

The flood of data and “news” online today keeps this pump on—always.

The effect is catastrophic.
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Just finished a full attendance by all retainer clients: the last symposium on Elon‘s Neuralink before Friday’s demonstration.

There will be a staggering amount of misunderstanding on this technology and it will be.

My first neuro symposium was in 1997.

I will open source some of my insights from today’s symposium:

Neuralink can not read “un proceeded thoughts”: this means the only thoughts it could read are ones you have made ready to present to—speak. This is primarily from the phonological loop of Broca/Warnicke.
I will open source some of my insights from today’s symposium:

Neuralink can not present information to your consciousness that passes the 41 bit per second Shannon Limit. Anything past this bandwidth is equal to pumping undigested food in to your lower intestines.
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