Desire, Not Driving-Force

Desire To KnowThere is a general misconception, especially in the study of psychology, that the strive for education is a human Driving-Force rather than individual Desire. There will, obviously, be theories that agree with the idea, but not in general. The concept of a driving-force is an almost animal strive to satisfy the body, in different areas. Whereas Desire focuses on free-will. Continue reading Desire, Not Driving-Force

Force-Fed Lies

Restraint Chair Used For Force FeedingWhen manipulation and false sympathy stops working, brute-force is used and the Lies are showed down the victims throat. The poor victim is over-staffed with ideas that disagree with his own individual self, and the right hand wont tolerate that kind of free-thinking. The method of Force-Feeding may not be very discrete, but it sure is effective. Continue reading Force-Fed Lies

Stimulus before Combustion

Gasoline FireFlash point of Gasoline: -43 ℃, Flash point of Ethanol: 16.6 ℃, Flash point of Diesel: >62 ℃. It seems like everything in the universe has a limit to what it can do, and when it can do it. Some environments have the perfect conditions to sustain combustion, and the reaction flourishes without any effort. In some cases, there needs to be some Stimulus before Combustion. Continue reading Stimulus before Combustion

Risk over Safety

Safety PinsTwo ways. One risky, one safe. One possibility, one cowardice. This is how most people judge their situation, or should. From experience, to stay safe and not take the risk. Or admit you don’t know what you are doing, and take the risk. You can sit down and watch the action take place, or be a part of it. It’s always a great opportunity for growth, Risk over Safety. Continue reading Risk over Safety

Information as a Weapon

InformationWe live in the information and communication age, the age of industry is long gone. Today the most powerful weapon is no longer a big number and brute force, but knowledge and communication. When you know everything about everything, including your enemy, you can quickly spread the word and make their own force turn against them. Continue reading Information as a Weapon