If we want to better ourselves as thoroughly as possible than it is essential that we explore the wast seas of Ideosphere as detaildly as possible and thus broaden our horisons. During our exploration of this wast unknown world we establish settlements. Islands of knowladge. This can be as ...
If we want to better ourselves as thoroughly as possible than it is essential that we explore the wast seas of Ideosphere as detaildly as possible and thus broaden our horisons. During our exploration of this wast unknown world we establish settlements. Islands of knowladge. This can be as larg as continents and be made up of many ideas, or they can be single rocks.
We base our decisions and actions on (our view of the given situation) what we know. But almost equally importantly we should put into consideration what we do not know. And for that we need a broad view of the Ideosphere / World. We gain this view by looking at the sea of all possibilities from tops of mountains that are located on our islands of specializations. But we can only see so far. Behind the horizon there are wast unimaginable wonders. Thus we should have, scattered around the seas of Ideosphere , as many as possible small rocks of knowledge which we can use to jump around, explore and further our horizons. And if need be use them as foundations for interdisciplinary enrichment of our continents
Do we know what we do not know?
I freely admit that for the most part I do not know how to do anything, but I know a bit of everything & that offers me a broad view of the world,
At the moment I have nothing concrete to offer since I did not focus a lot of time on the Asgardia project. If you voice your support for me by placing your vote in my favor you will give me the necessary incentive to complement the Idea of Asgardia with my wast pool of knowledge that contains the distillations of such Ideas as:: Jungian Psychology, Speciesm, Hypernormalisation, BlockChain, ParadigmShift, Pereto Distribution, The Gulag Archipelago, The Double Slit Experiment, Syntropy, The Venus Project and many many more ideas from as wide a spectrum as possible.
Each time you make a step towards an Utopia it moves two steps away.
My love for space and humanitys place in it is very nicely articulated in one of my favorite stories — The Last Question by Isaac Asimov:
My love for earth and all living and nonliving matter is most obvious when I get totally absorbed climbing in the mountains.
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