Bernhard Kutzler
PhD, researcher, author, former math professor, now exploring the programs that control us and how we can get free from them — https://www.BernhardKutzler.com
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The common view is that geniuses are extraordinary people who were born with special abilities or worked exceptionally hard, usually both.

However, this is a very limited perspective. According to my own research, and supported by three very prominent voices, everyone is born a genius. But in most cases, the…

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On December 26, 2004, a tsunami in the Indian Ocean killed about 230,000 people, while virtually no animals died. They fled to higher ground before the water arrived. (See, for example, the National Geographic article “Did Animals Sense Tsunami Was Coming?”

Follow me as I propose and justify the most…

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“The beginning of wisdom is the definition of terms.” (Sokrates)

Language is one of humankind’s most valuable intellectual assets. It developed in parallel with our thinking.

As a mathematician, I am trained for precision — precision of language and precision of thought. All mathematical work begins with precise definitions —…

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The words ‘consciousness’ and ‘awareness’ are often considered synonyms. This is not wrong if it is meant as a definition of one word in terms of the other, because definitions are free. But it is wrong from a linguistic point of view, because these two words have different etymological origins…

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In “The Simple Answer to the Hard Problem of Consciousness,” Shivendra Misra presented Philip Goff’s panpsychism as an answer to the Hard Problem of Consciousness. That is the problem of explaining why we experience the way we do. Knowing how consciousness works enables you to use your mind more effectively.

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Who will survive? Since life is a natural phenomenon, there is only one authority that decides about survival: nature.

Nature uses a powerful principle for this: natural selection. Natural selection means survival of the fittest. Only the best specimens of a species survive. …

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Right upfront: Intelligence has nothing to do with which schools you attended or whether you have earned academic degrees. Our education system does not promote intelligence. In fact, it doesn’t even value intelligence. Our education system only values and promotes qualities such as obedience, conformity, memory, diligence, and perseverance. …

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