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Cognitive Science and possible collective thinking





chasbeen
When we look at something the light is processed by our brains before we begin to reason what we see.
The thing is we remove ambiguity from what we see before we go on and become conscious of what we see,

Is our preferred cognitive rendering an example of our collective conciousnrss or just rather the mundane alternative that we are ALL MADE LIKE THAT?
Go to the presentation I made in Nov 2012
That's when I put it on the bottom left of the page located at irunmywebsite.com

It's my take at that time on Data Visualization

Feel free to leave a comment here after your trip.
teno
I have no background knowledge about this as you seem to have. I just remember a story told in the documentary "What the bleeb to we (k)now?", where a group of several dozen people collectively meditated in Washington, DC in order to reduce crime rate by 25%. The police department, that initially posted it would require a snow fall of 6 ft. to accomplish that, eventually became the biggest supporter of the event. Because crime rate dropped by 25% during the days of the event.
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