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True in some sense, but you expected more out of it. I think people are disappointed when they expect more, regardless of how beautiful something is you could always expect more and you could always be dissapointed. It's an optimisation problem. I would think there is magic in music, but not in chords and how they interact with each other but why chords are and what makes it sound better this way than that way, how it can affect our brain, why some things are happy and some things are sad, why and how some tunes are bad, why our brain doesn't like and is frustrated by an odd tune in between.. (generally)...You maybe think or expect everything to be perfect but ut not but it will always probably be better today than yesterday. Music starts in the brain, would you agree?
Understanding or interpretation of the music starts at the brain. The music, per se, starts with vibrations produced by instruments. I don't think that I ever really have "over-expectations" of things. I'd rather expect less and then be pleasantly surprised if the situation runs better!As a male Massage Therapist, I also have to train myself to "defocus" my brain when I have to massage a female in many cases.
True, but the question is not about what I believe in it's about what others do. Maybe try not attacking people? And use irrational instead of 'fool', once you start using insults people tend to regard your arguments as invalid (at least in my perspective). Similar to how raging protester don't exactly insight as much thought empathy and consideration as peaceful ones might...
@sensible27Maybe, less personal (3rd person) would have been better."If anyone thinks they understand anything complicated fully, then they're a fool."I think it's perfectly fine to call a fool a fool, especially when there is a qualifier.(i. e. thinking they understand complicated things FULLY)"Fully" is the key word here. As much as Richard Feynman knows or thinks he knows about a flower, his understanding is infinitesimal.The question seems to assume that we can truly understand things or even figure them out.I'd argue that we can't figure them out all that much, not that we shouldn't increase our knowledge. But even through our great efforts, we only scratch the surface.In that sense, I perceived more arrogance in the question than there is in my response.
I would stay with point on 'fool', it would change nothing and worse it just might make them more irritated. I think communication should be productive, calling someone a 'fool' whether it's true/justified or not is like calling a mug a mug, nothing would change.
And richard fynman never actually claimed to know or understand everything about a flower (you can watch the video if you want), he was just making comparisons as to how knowing more was/is always the better way to go after things even if the objective is beauty.
@sensible27Again, it's qualified.If I said,..."Anyone who flushes a million dollars down the toilet is a fool",...would you have a problem with that?
Sure, you do you. I personally wouldn't say that.
Very funny, just another tv scientist who is also regarded as one of the best with a nobel. Don't know if this a troll post or not but shouldn't throw stones if you live in a glass house.
Not a troll post at all. Feynman I only tolerate because he actually was a professor and helped design the atomic bomb. But there are other greater scientists like Dr Tesla who’s genius has gone unparalleled and he was the greatest of all time. I’ve already been correcting a lot of their math and it’s very dumb that the cult of the magic fairy particles and quantum bullshit is still going strong. They’ve done nothing but circle jerk each other.If there’s anyone here trolling it’s you. I don’t respect people who “have answers” and squirm in their seats when asked simple questions like how a magnet works, or what gravity is. Many people out there who never deserved their awards yet they take them anyways.
Says a guy on the internet, if you have a better answer for how gravity works than what relativity gives, publish it. Literally everyone on here preaches tesla, don't know what universe you living in. He wasn't unappreciated. I am assuming you are talking about the standard model.
Buy a book called ‘causality, electromagnetic induction and gravitation: a different approach to the theory of electromagnetic and gravitational fields’ by Dr. Oleg Jefimenko. Very heavy math, ruins Relativity and Einstein. Real author of relativity before it was plagiarized was Henri Poincare, but most is in French that’s why Albert had his wife/cousin plagiarize and translate for him
Message me? How have you come to believe that?
Because it’s true, only thing he ever invented was a dress. His last name means one stone. To me he’s just one stoned idiot who was a cross dresser. There’s a famous of him sitting on a rock wearing women’s dress shoes. When he was asked what the secret to his success was he replied “hiding your sources.” Don’t let snopes try to convince you otherwise
Yeah, but can you message me? I want your opinions on something...
think too much about something, not figured it out yet, got bored, quit
But would that have happened if you were actually genuinely interested in it? A thing of beauty is a joy forever?
hmm, actually, i think if u keep thinking about it because u genuinely interested in 'it', then u will realise there is no end for its mystery
Different with everything, some things you imagine to be beautiful, but once you understand them you see what you imagined is not correct. Perhaps you just like the mystery so once the thing is well known fascination goes away. But it can be same with the opposite, when you learn about something and you imagined wrong, but have a pleasant surprise of learning the way it functions is way more interesting then you firts thought, it becomes more beautiful after you learn it.