DiManes334 karma2019-04-03 15:28:06 UTC
Do you face self-doubt, and if so, how do you get past it?
How do you get past the feeling that you might be making a mistake? Or that you're not good enough?
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DiManes42 karma2018-12-13 18:40:12 UTC
I think about 80% of my friend group could quote Monty Python off the top of their heads growing up. I think it's a bit of a "nerd culture" thing here, from my experience. (USA, mid-west)
DiManes32 karma2019-04-03 16:17:53 UTC
My advice: don't wait for someone to help you or show you what to do.
The OP got tired of waiting, and did it himself without help! I wish someone had told me that when I was young.
DiManes2 karma2019-02-28 17:03:51 UTC
What a fascinating field of study! Here's a few silly questions I have:
- Is creating fake memories via having a subject watch a video or participate in a reenactment in a drug induced state, then reinforcing that memory socially later on, realistic? (a la The Manchurian Candidate) That seems like an interesting thought experiment.
- Is conditioning a good way to manipulate memory? For instance, if we were in a car crash, we might spend five minutes in a car every day eating a candy bar in order to re-associate that space with pleasure. Anecdotally, that seems to work somewhat from what I've seen. Or no?
DiManes2 karma2019-05-08 17:10:39 UTC
Why do you think SETI is worth money, when there so many more pressing issues here on Earth?
Not trying to be shameful, just a discussion point.
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