These are all related things that may or may not be true about me that are related to difficulties I run into that seem to be similar intuitively but i need to nail it down / generalize it / main idea it better.

OK. Going to try to make connections – rewrite. Switched to bullet points for easier focus on line-by-line, added grouping titles. Inspired by Latent Dirichlet Allocation which I’ve used several times through the years which groups sets vaguely and it takes some thinking to figure out what if anything they have in common.
 
These are all related things that may or may not be true about me that are related to difficulties I run into that seem to be similar intuitively but i need to nail it down / generalize it / main idea it better.
 
SET A: THESE HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON
- poor comprehender
- less skilled comprehender.
- reading / listening comprehension issues
- can’t infer main idea.
- centrality deficit.
- coherence issues without cohesion issues
 
SET B: THESE HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON
- not enough processing time to do infer main ideas?
- can’t infer main ideas because subject is uninteresting to me? (adhd?),
- is it “jumping to conclusion” (JTS bias) or opposite? (unable to infer conclusion without evidence)
- set shifting issues
- mind blind (autism?)
 
SET C: THESE HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON
- difficulties with reading sheet music in real time.
- difficulty reading formulas with symbols.
- difficulty remembering symbols.
- difficulty learning new words well enough to use them.
 
SET D: THESE HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON
- surprised when discovering similar effects
- even more surprised when realizing common causes
- gets caught up the uniqueness of things
- difficulty taking things for granted
- perpetual appreciation
- perpetual skepticism
- gratitude (in bayesian this might be distrusting priors or might be trusting errors or trusting noise more than priors or noise overwhelms or current details overwhelms past generalities) HOWEVER self-established heuristics or rules / axioms are trusted.
 
SET E: THESE HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON
- i like making my own hierarchies
- ontologies, taxonomies, classifications on the fly, ad hoc, modify as needed yet i don’t trust them but constantly test.
- also i have great difficulty accepting taxonomies that attempt to constrain my output.
- my intuition. my output. my creativity as it were has to come out and also
- i can’t seem to edit it whether music or graphics or writing. my first draft and final paper have always been the same.
- cannot see own work from someone else’s top down system well if at all by myself.
- but i can through automated systems or authorities if they do it
- but i check and double check what they mean until i’m satisfied which i often never am but
- sometimes i accept.

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