“Earn with your mind, not with your time” – Naval Ravikant “Wealthy people do three things. They stop trading time for money. They make the money work for them. And they give as much value to people as they can.” – Wallstreet Trapper “Slow down and remember this: Most things make no difference. Being busy… Continue reading Get out of the “time for money” mindset
I have been studying natural semantic metalanguage (NSM). It has been studied and cross-referenced fom 30+ languages. the core 65 changes several times, in the beginning it was 13 core concepts. It is as objective as it can to study human language, but of course there is still some subjectivity in it. Some words they… Continue reading NSM notes
The formal definition of “to move” is: “to change from one place or position to another” or “to set or keep in motion”. This moving usually happens by their own volition, but things can be moved by others as a “patient”. It should be easy to know if something is moving and all animal intelligence… Continue reading Representing Moving vs Doing
I propose that there exists a minimal set of concepts that can be used to describe and encode almost all meaning of human language. From this base set of concept primitives, complex conjoined concepts can be created due to compositionality and abstract structures. One cannot learn complex concepts like quantum mechanics, calculus, or homework without… Continue reading Minimal concepts needed to encode human language in a computer
Object Vector Cells are a type of neuron in the Endorhinal Cortext (EC). They were discovered in 2019. They are unique and have interesting properties compared to other neurons. They seem to fire when an organism is at a specific distance and direction to an object. It doesnt matter where the objects are in the… Continue reading Object Vector Cells
I know who you are. I know what you mean. I know that earth is a planet in our solar system. I know I will die someday. I know. To know something means that you understand something, that you have knowledge of something. To know means we have an understanding of what we know versus… Continue reading What does it mean “to know”?