Date: Thu 26 Jun 2003 - 19:55:03 GMT
From: "Van oost Kenneth"
<firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Subject: Re: Precision of replication Date sent: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 21:14:25 +0200 Send reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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> > > Acting in cases of an emergency is important, but doing nothing
> > > and letting experts do their jobs is of equal importance........
> > But the decision to either act or not to act is itself not an
> > action, but
> > decision, that is, it is cognitive and internal.
> < In a way, this is not correct, the decision you make is biased
> within the parameter-set of the venue sending out it dues for expected
> per- formances to be performed.
> When a fire starts, you probably will call the fire- department_ that
> is in your book a decision, but it is also in my book, by all means, a
> ( possible) expected performance. If it were to be your house, or that
> of a friend, a family- member I guess you won 't decide ( that takes
> some time, how tiny the in- terval might be), you will be calling the
> fire- brigade_IMO an expected performance in cases of you seeing a
> house burn.
> (You still think you are in control, but the acknowledgment of you
> seeing a fire sets in motion performances of which you have no control
> whatsoever_ it is the property of that specific venue that sets the
> arrangement of the scenery to represent the stage of where on certain
> performances will be enacted.)
> Was this something you thought about or did impulsive_ or was it
> a habit you were already familar with !? I go for the last, it was an
> expected performance you seeing a house burning.
> Will you do nothing !? Some people might. But if a resident was
> calling out for help would you stake your life to save her !?
> If you don 't, don 't be hard on yourself here, that's cool, no
> harm done_ the concern of this specific cultural/ social venue is not
> about her, but about you_ within the organism you are, venues are
> playing their hand to continue and maintain themselves_ in- cluding
> cognitive venues, habits and traits. There are still genetic sceneries
> that arrange a lot, including the one that most people have an
> interest for self- preservation.
> Heroes are made when one overcomes this and goes in......
When a decision is made, before one acts upon it, the p300 neuronal cluster fires in the cortex. Simple, Pet-scan-verifiable fact.
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