Why the majority is always wrong

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onepower posted this 20 May 2018

I would like you to watch this excellent video...TEDx, "Why the majority is always wrong" by Paul Rulkens

Paul Rulkens explains why the majority contribute nothing to innovation and only around 3% actually innovate. One has to think about this, if a person is an average person and has average thoughts and beliefs then they will always be... average. Average and normal are a way of saying we will never do anything of consequence with our lives or anything which matters. Thus, logically if everyone was average and normal then we would never innovate, we would stagnate and eventually die due to our own stupidity.

Yet most people would tell us we should just follow everyone else and act and think and believe what normal people do don't they?. As a form of peer pressure to ensure no real progress will ever be made and all will remain the same.

Personally I do not trust "normal", it is a means of control generally peddled by the terminally average and naive who serve their own interests. Life is too short to believe their BS.

 

 

 

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Chris posted this 20 May 2018

Onepower,

An absolutely fantastic presentation!

In general we are truly bound by imaginary Boxes! Perhaps we have some degree of meaning to this in ancient texts:

The Tower of Babel


Genesis 11:1-9


The people of Babel said, "Come, let us build ourselves a city, with a tower that reaches to the heavens, so that we may make a name for ourselves and not be scattered over the face of the whole earth." (NIV).
The descendants of Noah all spoke a single language. As they increased in number and began to spread eastward, they found a fertile area called Shinar and settled there. They decided to build a city with a tower that "reached to the heavens." They wanted the tower to be a proud monument to themselves and a symbol that would keep them united as a powerful people.

However, God was not so pleased. He came down and looked at the city and tower and said,

If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them. Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other. (NIV, Genesis 11:6-7)

So God made the people speak many different languages so they could not work together on building the city and tower. The He scattered the people around the world and the city was abandoned. The city was called "Babel" because God confused their languages.

 

Perhaps we have been cursed by Our all mighty Creator? I don't believe so, I believe we have the ability to be so much more, so much better, I have said before:

 

Never ever let anyone or anything limit you, for all boundaries are imaginary!!!

Ref: Me EMJunkie

   Chris

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