“If I wanted to find that big business printer, Fi”

Subject:
If I wanted to find that big business printer, First make a map of all the places it never was and all the places it never will be.
From:
Kenneth Udut
Date:
10/17/2013 6:30 PM

If I wanted to find that big business printer, First make a map of all the places it never was and all the places it never will be.

This narrows your research over the whole of space and time.

Next, make a list of all the people who never knew where it was and All of the people who will never know what it will be.

That also narrows down your search considerably.

Next, start following the areas with the most connections To the thing you’re looking for.

And the areas with the least connections to the thing you’re looking for, And Document why you included this space.

If you eliminate that as a possibility, make note of it. The area of “slight doubt ” May have A clue hidden in your unconscious at the moment.

Focus again on the areas with the most connections.

Find various points in between the greatest and least With the maturity majority of your attention being spent on greatest and least

Remove each layer while also storing each layer.

Occasionally revisit the areas initially rejected and if they have even a single clue, open them back up as areas of active search.

It is exactly like this: you are getting the sponge wet.

The sponge is the universe. Everyplace you search is the water.

The more places you wet, the less dry the sponge.

If you give up, it’s still not over. The sponge is already wet. Time may pass, the water may travel on it’s own, And you suddenly may find the answer showing up when you least expect it.

That’s why, it’s okay to put a project aside some times. The answer will continue to be searched for because you already wet the sponge.

Your brain, literally is a sponge. Think about that for a while. All of the chemicals that go through it, the water that slushes back-and-forth.

Even the scrubbing bubbles are there.

Use paint and XOR and layers to illustrate how the mind searches for Truth by uncovering layers.

Cross XOR hmmm. How would that look?

You Can encapsulate an entire movie into a single layered image file.

Every Scene, every movement, every thing at once. Then just show and hide layers.

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