The most important person ever

Postby Augusto » Wed Dec 23, 2015 8:52 am

I always find difficult to say it, but here I go: I think I am the most important person that ever lived. This, because I have a very high opinion of my work. Also, I don't think I suffer from megalomania or anything like that. I am actually a humble person, or so I think.

Eitherway, I am curious as to who think this is funny or a joke.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Wed Dec 23, 2015 1:35 pm

So what is your biggest accomplishment?

When I think of the most important person to ever live, I think my front runners are whoever:

-1- harnessed the power of fire.
-2- invented the wheel.
-3- came up with language.
-4- cured the black plague.
-5- developed agriculture.
-6- invented karaoke.
-7- developed the 21,000 year calendar.
-8- mandated massage mondays.
-9- the secret agent that saved the world from dr. evilcon.

and

-10- is credited with colonizing another planet.

Certainly some of these if not all are really group efforts, yet many times a single individual is identified as the inventor, the mover, the leader, etc.
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Postby Augusto » Wed Dec 23, 2015 5:24 pm

I have more than one, but since you're only asking for the biggest one, I'll tell you it's my thesis on thought, emotion and behavior. A second wheel, if you want, yet something nobody else have been able to do in human history.

I have a functional thesis that can be applied to humans but also to animals and even societies. It works.

So, number one, right?

Now, the ridiculous part: I haven't found anything but envy, rage, people freaking out... mmm... my thesis is still buried on my computer. The thesis that is destined to forever change the world is virtually unknown.

Any advice regarding how to get it out?
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Wed Dec 23, 2015 5:39 pm

Augusto wrote:Any advice regarding how to get it out?


Definitely.

Personal branding. Start now. Throughout history we mostly associate by name the great deeds of men, whether good or evil. Emperors, inventors, religious figures, etc. etc., so personal branding is essential.

In the digital world, grabbing up the website with your name is a great move. Then you can post your thesis. You can blog, promote, engage, research and grow your following. And you can reach out to influencers, connect with them and get them to help promote your life changing wisdom.

If you can't grab up the website with your name, then find some other social media outlet you can use to promote yourself. Basically, the more you get your name out there, the more times you post your name and attach it to your works the sooner the snowball that changes the world will take place.

Oh, another thing is to find people with good ideas that don't compete with yours and help promote them and they will in turn help promote you.
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Postby Augusto » Wed Dec 23, 2015 5:48 pm

All good ideas, thanks.

But... why does this look like a political campaign? Why can't I just send my work for important people to read it and... you know... judge?

I've tried and so far I've failed miserably. There doesn't seem to be a door I can knock.

By the way, I've read several of your posts and I find you a very interesting person...!
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Wed Dec 23, 2015 6:36 pm

Because you can't just build a better mouse trap and expect people will just intuitively determine for themselves how incredible your trap is over the competition. People will not beat a path to your door, especially when five of your neighbors have garden, flower lined paths, lighted with neon lights guiding people to their mouse trap.

Building a better mouse trap is easy, easy, easy. Convincing others your trap is the next best thing is the real challenge.

Read the book or wiki "The diffusion of innovation" by Roger Everett.
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Postby Augusto » Wed Dec 23, 2015 6:45 pm

Okay.

So... I didn't create this thread to show off. I was actually searching for someone who could help me one way or the other. Let's say, what I am talking here is absolutely huge. Bigger than anything conceibable in real life.

I have some serious problems to put my work into the spotlight and need help. I am in a possition to prove to a certain extend the validity of my thesis.

Would you like to get involved in this? Maybe to take a look?

Note: English is not my first language. I do not live in any English speaking country, not have I had the chance of being exposed to the language with native English speakers.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Wed Dec 23, 2015 8:06 pm

Augusto wrote:
I have some serious problems to put my work into the spotlight and need help.


So then do what many great people have done, publish your work under a "pen name". Benjamin Franklin first submitted many of his works under "Mrs. Dogood" and Samuel Clemens wrote under the alias, "Mark Twain".

Would you like to get involved in this? Maybe to take a look?


You are anonymous in here, feel free to put some of your work in here if you like. Members will give you their feedback.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_pen_names
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Postby Augusto » Wed Dec 23, 2015 8:24 pm

Here is a brief summary of the first part of my thesis. I've posted it on a few other places. Feel free to ask any question.

Thought:
It is a system responsible for interpreting information whose main function is ensuring the effective adaptation of the organism to the surrounding environment. Thought operates on subconscious, semi-conscious and conscious levels:
1. Subconscious level: It is the totality of oblivious activities of the mind and is equipped with automatic and instinctive components:
1.1 Instinctive component: It includes everything that happens in the thought that is not determined by will.
1.2 Automatic component: Equivalent to all the elements, principles and systematizations that enable the act of thinking.
2. Semiconscious level: It is characterized by the ability to handle all the psychic matter directly. The work of the semiconscious can be understood according to the nature of its performance with respect to conscious performance and it can be assumed or agreed:
2.1 Assumed performance: Occurs when the semiconscious plays a major role in making decisions, whether it makes use of the automatic component; generally aimed at producing quick answers; or when it interferes with the active lines of thought through dissociated representations.
2.2 Agreed performance: It is when the semiconscious works according to certain objectives determined at the conscious level, whether through managing the automatic component of the subconscious or through the manipulation of psychic matter oriented to the use of its reflective or creative capacity, or for data recovery.
3. Conscious level: It refers to the conditioned freedom of thought granted by emotions through the principle of fixation, phenomenon from which language and lexicon emerge:
3.1 Language: Equals to the handling of representations for building lines of thought of varying complexity and in some species is linked to the ability of using a lexicon.
3.2 Lexicon: It involves the use of a code capable of increasing the intelligibility of lines of thought and of facilitating communication with external agents who are participants of the same code.

Reality:
It covers everything that can be perceived by the thought, and can be internal or external:
1. Internal reality: Is the field in which thought moves. The internal reality is given by the stimuli and can be perceived or psychic:
1.1 Perceived reality: It is the base on which thought is built and it directly corresponds to the fixation of raw representation.
1.2 Psychic reality: It is the area where thought operates as an active and reactive agent.
2. External reality: It covers all that is outside of thought but which, however, can be interpreted by it. External reality, according to its accessibility, can be understood as perceptible or derivative:
2.1 Perceptible reality: It is the sum of all the elements, attributes and events that can motivate the production of stimuli.
2.2 Derivative reality: It refers to the properties, principles, entities or systems capable of motivating the production of inferences through reflection.

Stimuli:
It encompasses everything that can be perceived by thought, while it is perceived. The stimuli are classified in representations and lines of thought:
1. Representations: We talk about representation to refer to an element, set, sequence or phenomenon, from the moment it is perceived and processed until that process ends. Representations can be raw or matured:
1.1 Raw representations: It refers to the fixation of input stimuli and can be sensory, emotional or physiological:
1.1a Sensory representations: Equivalent to the perception of stimuli coming from the senses.
1.1b Emotional representations: It corresponds to the emotional experience.
1.1c Physiological representations: Various stimuli of organic nature.
1.2 Matured representations: Involves the perception of recoveries, which can be associated or dissociated to active representations. Matured representations are gradually materialized by the semiconscious, according to the value of its constituent elements; and they may be memories or constructions:
1.2a Representation of memories: Equivalent to the act to remembering, regardless of whether it is events, shapes, objects or properties.
1.2b Representation of constructions: It involves the perception of the work of the semiconscious in its thoughtful and creative capacity; and conscious regarding its linguistic ability.
2. Lines of thought: It refers to the conscious navigation of thought amongst a certain number of matured representations in quick succession aimed at shaping a global sense of all its elements. Lines of thought can be pure or mixed:
2.1 Pure lines of thought: They tend to occur spontaneously in presence of stimuli and are characterized by not making use of lexicon, which equates to exchanging intelligibility for a significant speed regarding the mixed lines of thought.
2.2 Mixed lines of thought: They make total or partial use of lexicon to facilitate their intelligibility in exchange for a significantly lower velocity with respect to the pure lines of thought.

Principles of thought:
They are those that enable the act of thinking. Thought comprises the principles of fixation, assimilation and storage:
1. Fixation: Is the criterion that allows us to dwell on any given stimulus to guide the work of the semiconscious. According to the nature of the object, we can talk in terms of abstraction or recovery:
1.1 Abstraction: It happens when focus is on a raw representation.
1.2 Recovery: Occurs when focus is on a matured representation.
2. Assimilation: It is the process whereby a representation becomes processed. This process occurs through comparison, association and codification:
2.1 Comparison: It allows the evaluation of the different elements that constitute a particular representation in correlation with the stored material.
2.2 Association: Is the combination of elements derived from the comparison with the stored material, to avoid storing too similar or identical elements.
2.3 Codification: It lies in the production of specialized links that account for the object previously represented allowing the configuration of a mental map, which will be formed from the data obtained from the association of such representation.
3. Storage: It allows the preservation of psychic matter in the memory obeying to an economic, logical and functional structure. The storage process occurs gradually and operates at the level of warehouses, which have been abridged, in view of their nature, in ephemeral warehouse, transitory warehouse and structured warehouse:
3.1 Ephemeral warehouse: Admits a certain number of raw representations for an insubstantial period of time, in order to ensure the fixation process.
3.2 Transitory warehouse: Allows the automatic evaluation of the relevance of a codified representation regarding its use, resulting into oblivion if not immediate recoveries occur or in its structuring otherwise.
3.3 Structured storage: Equals to the actual memory. It is the place where products derived from the coding of recoveries are stored for a variable period of time.

Memory:
It refers to the totality of information stored and organized as elements, structures and systems. The flowcharting of memory is divided into psychic matter, mental maps and systematizations:
1. Psychic matter: It is the information derived from assimilation, and is classified as light and heavy matter:
1.1 Light matter: These are elements that can be represented, and can be reproductions or records:
1.1a Reproductions: They are distinguishable due to their resemblance to the sensory representations that originated them, by their intelligibility and also by their versatility.
1.1b Records: These are conceptual patterns of the original experiences. They are characterized for having a low intelligibility.
1.2 Heavy matter: These are specialized links that cannot be represented. Their purpose is to establish the correspondence between various items stored; and can be of relation, opposition or valuation:
1.2a Links of relation: They establish a positive correlation between different elements, ensuring that the process of storage and recovery occur in a consistent and organized manner.
1.2b Links of opposition: They allow the formation of independent mental maps associated to others by the differences between their constituent elements.
1.2c Links of valuation: They are responsible for the hierarchy of the light matter.
2. Mental maps: These are specialized networks, formed from the linking of heavy matter with light matter, responsible for the organization and systematization of knowledge; and can be conceptual or functional:
2.1 Conceptual maps: Contribute to the activation of nearby associated elements, enabling the perception of concepts nonlinearly through the fixation of successive associated representations.
2.2 Functional maps: These are specialized tools capable of producing answers on intellectual, procedural or kinetic level, and provide a basis for the articulation of systematizations.
3. Systematizations: These are groups of specialized tools that contribute to the enhancement or modulation of thought in specific areas. They come in a wide variety, among which we can mention the self-image, the environment, the emotor and the daiia, which are universal and essential in humans:
3.1 Self-image: It refers to knowledge of own competence and consists of the spheres of strength, character and sexuality:
3.1a Sphere of strength: It is the concept of fitness that the individual has about himself both physically (age, vigor and somatic health) and psychic (intellectual ability, knowledge and diverse skills).
3.1b Sphere of character: It contains information on own performance and is segmented into many elements, as many as the number of behaviors that the individual is able to express.
3.1c Sphere of sexuality: Records the conception that the individual has on their sex and sexual orientation.
3.2 Environment: A cluster of knowledge essential for the interpretation of the internal reality that once systematized, allows thought to interact with the perceived reality, as well as performing spatial and temporal shifts, and is framed within the modules of constitution, ownership and legitimacy:
3.2a Module of constitution: It refers to the systematization of understanding of the natural laws that govern the external reality, and implies the ability to apply said knowledge to situations and familiar objects.
3.2b Module of ownership: Allows grouping elements of similar nature, in order to facilitate their interpretation.
3.2c Module of legitimacy: Constantly evaluates reality according to the paradigms truth and lie. Its importance lies in its ability to link up to the perceived and psychic realities alike.
3.3 Emotor: It is the systematization responsible for the production of emotions, depending on the nature of the stimuli. The emotor is comprised by circuits of action, reaction and amount:
3.3a Circuit of action: It involves the production of appropriate emotions to accompany representations potentially able to motivate actions that could affect the values or the constitution of the self-image or any of its spheres.
3.3b Circuit of reaction: Consists in the production of emotions adjusted to lines of thought generated in response to a change in the values or the constitution of the self-image or any of its spheres, or at the prospect of this happening.
3.3c Circuit of amount: It deals with the production of emotions accommodated to lines of thought generated from the evaluation of the values or the constitution of the self-image or any of its spheres.
3.4 Daiia: It is the result of emotional learning and operates based on the systematization of the ideas of beneficial and prejudicial, concepts that are deeply rooted in its constituent elements; the pillars of interest, beauty and justice:
3.4a Pillar of interest: This refers to the valuation of representations as to its potential usefulness to guide the work of the emotor, so whatever proves to be useful may be considered of interest.
3.4b Pillar of beauty: The conception of beauty and ugliness is the result of deep linkages between beneficial and prejudicial, from which it follows that what best suits our subconscious patterns of usefulness will be considered beautiful or pleasant. This includes evaluating and using behaviors idealized by society, taking into account our needs and circumstances, first, and then the implications and external circumstances.
3.4c Pillar of justice: Allows an appreciation of psychic reality aimed at protecting the self-image, while any event that is considered (potentially) damaging to it, easily can be labeled as unfair.

Influence of daiia in the self-image:
Daiia seeks to influence the assessment of each of the spheres of the self-image through the pillars of thought:
1. Regarding the sphere of strength: The pillar of interest will favor those lines of thought that bring greater benefits, real or supposed, to the sphere of strength; so that, for example, for an expert chess player, it will be nice to share with people, read articles and attend to events akin to the topic, given that chess is an area in the sphere of strength where the individual feels able. However, the same individual may express disinterest in attending to parties should not know how to dance, because by showing a lack of skill in that particular area could be harmful to their self-esteem.
Thanks to the pillar of interest we will be also inclined to evaluate different areas of the self-image of other individuals according to their affinity to ours, finding pleasant those individuals that best conform to our interests. We will, therefore, be prone to identify with others and to judge them based on the similarities and differences regarding their area of strength and ours, which means that our capacity for empathy will obey our personal circumstances, firstly, and then to people or situations of interest.
In addition, the pillar of beauty will support the pillar of interest, allowing us to strengthen our ties with those areas where we perform more comfortably. Therefore, we will prone to find beauty in our own ambits, as well as other’s (whether dealing with people, events or objects) that are related to ours. The same will be true in reverse.
The conception of beauty and ugliness, in humans, is segmented into many elements; such as body parts, voice tone and facial gestures; all of which can usually be enhanced through imitation based on the evaluation of success in others, so that the acquisition of certain clothing or cosmetics accessories, diet, surgeries, language slangs and everything we include in the term "fashion" is a response to the need to propitiate the approval of others, and thus a positive image of social competence.
Finally, the pillar of justice will defend us of many negative circumstances, also leaving a stigma against the causative, as often happens when a student, after failing a test for not being properly prepared, end up blaming the teacher.
2. With regard to the sphere of character: we endeavor to promote the positive assessment of our sphere of character through social competence, which translates into an interest in being perceived as morally upright individuals, preferring social circles that better suit us; this is, those in which our faults or defects are considered acceptable by the majority, or at least common.
The pillar of beauty, in terms of moral conduct, instinctively responds to patterns of usefulness, as they contribute to social inclusion; and can be external (applies to others) or internal (high flexibility and at the service of the pillar of interest), which explains, for example, that an individual can condemn the decision of a young and poor girl to marry a rather elderly and wealthy man as a form of prostitution, while the same individual is able to buy pornographic movies; or a subject who steals a product from a store, taking advantage of the circumstances. In all probability this person will experience some satisfaction if successful and a lot of embarrassment in case of detection.
Similarly, and by nature, we seek to meet the minimum requirements of other individuals who might infer in us, always in compliance with our interests and expectations first.
3. As for the sphere of sexuality: The daiia will determine the courses of action that allow to satisfy the sexual impulse without affecting the self-image, for which it will take into account the rest of the spheres.
Thanks to the pillars of interest and beauty, we will value positively those individuals whose sphere of sexuality is compatible with ours, since it contributes to a positive stimulus toward one’s sexual identity, providing a sense of belonging to a group from which others are potentially excluded.

Influence of daiia on the environment:
Daiia seeks to influence the assessment of the self-image through the environmental modules:
1. Regarding the module of constitution: The daiia not only will be responsible for establishing a self-image as a focal point and reference for the environment but also will expand the size of any object of the internal reality taking into account, in addition to its spatial position, their affinity with the self-image, which will decisively contribute to emotional learning and to the organization of stored material. Also, the daiia will be able to accept false laws as constituting truths of the external reality, as long as they pose a benefit to the levels of self-image. We have, among many examples, the soul, life after death, freedom, luck, and so on.
2. With regard to the module of property: The daiia will identify certain objects, environments or situations outside the perceptible reality as beneficial or harmful, trying to link the pleasant to the self-image and rejecting the unpleasant.
3. As for the legitimacy module: The individual, through daiia, will be able to blur the line that separates truth from falsehood in favor of the self-image, for which the pillar of justice may prove to be useful.
The paradigms of justice and injustice arise as a result of the dispute between the pillar of justice and module of legitimacy. While the daiia despises injustice for being associated with what is harmful, it is in favor of justice for its relationship with profitability, ignoring the interpretation of the environment, which simply presents the facts as true, it will reject any fact in which it finds injustice; so that, for example, an individual may deem unfair that other, disregarding the order of arrival, will be ahead in the supermarket payment line, but will not repair in the fact that he probably has also committed the same offense at some point in the past.

Influence of daiia on the emotor:
The daiia seeks to influence the assessment of the self-image through the circuits of the emotor. This occurs when the emotor is invited to attend lines of thought aimed at evaluating an external agent, real or supposed, in correlation to the self-image. The emotional experience, in this case, will occur according to entirely different circumstances and will set up patterns of behavior or emotional reactions nonexistent in other species, or present in very few. It is from here that empathy, ambition, envy, jealousy, the ability to enjoy a joke, a book or movie, etc. are born.

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I haven't been able to publish it so far. I would like to get my work on a psychology magazine or something like that. To anyone reading this, please try to avoid feeling intimidated by the reading. I know it's dense, but I will be available for a few more days, so feel free to ask any question. I'll do my best to clarify.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Wed Dec 23, 2015 8:44 pm

Why do you think people would feel intimidated? What reasons do you think no one has published what you have written thus far? Do you think it too advanced?

The reason I ask the above questions is because from my view it is evident why it has not yet been published.
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Postby Augusto » Wed Dec 23, 2015 8:49 pm

The answer, from my perspective, would be too long. I am more interested in what you have to say. Please, feel free to speak your mind in all honesty.

As for the intimidation part, I believe the summary is pretty dense, as its concepts constantly refer to other concepts. To tell you the truth I am amazed at how fast you replied.

Eitherway, I'm waiting for your reply.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Wed Dec 23, 2015 9:09 pm

The reason it is not published is the format...

The following might be brilliant, but it won't ever get published in a psychology magazine.

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Instead, if I format the above into the following "Excellence is not an act, but a habit, you are what you repeatedly do." - Aristotle, then it might get published.

Both versions say the exact same thing, yet one is easy to read, the other takes massive effort.

Binary is better suited for publishing in a tech magazine or if we want to send a message across the universe in the most effective, efficient way possible, but if the goal is to communicate with the world of psychology then using plain language is better.

Look at the back and forth conversation we had prior to you posting your thesis content. It was in narrative format. We communicated in story form, having a dialogue that did not require defining every concept. You have a concept Diia that appears to be a cornerstone of the philosophy, yet it is not highlighted. Instead, Diia is listed along with a long list of other definitions and then towards the very end you begin to present the interaction between Diia and other concepts.

And there is no literature review that acknowledges the foundation upon which the work is built. It is simply a list of definitions followed by your personal construction between concepts. There is no clearly defined path that leads back to or credits any previous works.

Bottom line, if you want to be the most important person ever then you have to present your ideas in a way that engages the audience. Now, by all means if you want there is nothing that stops you from continuing to use the same format, but if you do then you will only be recognized as the most important person ever long after your death when someone comes along and converts what you have written into a format that others can use.
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Postby Augusto » Wed Dec 23, 2015 9:31 pm

Fair enough. I asumed you were going to post something stupid and filled with dark "karma" aiming against me personally, as has been the case so far. I am surprised and glad that it was not the case.

Good news: I developed my theory in the form of a vanguardist hibrid novel-essay which happens to be very interesting and eye catchy. It is called "The Wise" and the plot is that a filosopher who holds my claims and theory tried to commit suicide after facing an incredible ammount of rejection. He ends up confined in a mental institution and you find out about his reasons, his life and "his" theory during the interviews he has with a psychologist.

This novel-essay is something unlike anything you may have seen before, but it is still kind of not appropiate for the average reader.

So... I still need access to a conference, or a magazine, or a scientific authority who pays attention to the work of my life. I wonder if you, or someone else could help me with that.

Also, a letter from a few forum members could help me get the attention from the editorials.

And, please, let's not lose focus on what I am saying: I mean I am the author of the biggest theory ever, and I also mean this theory means a transformation (hopefully for the better) of societies as we know them. I mean this could trully bust the creation of human-like artificial intelligence... and so on.

And... please forgive the way I post. Please ignore me as a human being. My poor social ability inforces the mistaken idea that I am a horrible human being (while it is not the case) and tend to produce rejection (think about the situation of Galileo Galilei), so, let's try to keep this discussion objective.
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Wed Dec 23, 2015 10:04 pm

So instead of formatting how you write for the publication, your solution is to solicit others to write letters to editors on your behalf? You don't think it easier just to take what you have written and put it in a format that editors will accept?

Look at this article. See how it is formatted? See how it is in narrative and the author tells a story and references scientific studies?

https://www.psychologytoday.com/article ... on=1081138

You see, I can easily forgive the way you post. It doesn't matter to me. But, the editors of psychologytoday magazine, they will not forgive no matter how many endorsements. You can have endorsements from the heads of psychology at universities all over the world, from Harvard to Cambridge and those endorsements will not change the fact that if you don't modify your format you will not get published.

It has nothing to do with substance, because without providing the editors with an article that is in a format they can use it is worthless to them.

I'm only explaining why you are not being published.

The alternative is you just leave it as is and as I stated previously your works may go 100 years, 1000 years without recognition or possibly go never being recognized. Or, someone may come along, reformat your ideas, put just a slight twist on what you have written and market it as their own brilliance, thereby relegating you to the most important person ever that no one knows ever existed.
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Postby Augusto » Wed Dec 23, 2015 10:39 pm

My idea is to publish it as a novel and then advertize it by means of extraordinary claims, such as the title of this thread. Changing the format would result in a huge task due to the nature of thought.

My solution is to find someone (maybe you?) who become interested in the holy grial and decide to listen. Achieved this, I can help you understand the whole theory in little time, then you could help me change history.

You know, I used this work to define art and literature, something that has not been satisfactory achieved thus far, and I also defined religion as a mental illness. The potential prestige of someone who decide to listen and help my cause is pretty huge, let alone the satisfaction of becoming a historical figure.

This is not just a thesis. This is an unbelievable movie-like situation right in front of you. I obviously need help, so there is that.

Are you curious / interested?

I can prove my claims. I can fully explain my work to you. Let me tell you it is perfectly alligned with the theory of evolution and even with the biology of human brain. This work is already supported by a lot of neurological findings. I don't know if you heard about how much money Obama approved for the investigation of this issue... it was about 100 million dollars, and the answer, for the most part, is what I have getting dust on my computer.

I also have the skematic of the emotional system. You would be blown away by this.

Can you help me? I don't wanna die before getting this out and I know I need help.
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