Hard Drive Shopping
I went to a local pc shop recently. I wanted to buy an external hard drive. It’s amazing how much they’ve improved over the years.
You can transfer a few gigs in seconds, and store several terabytes of data for less than a hundred bucks.
On the other hand, thought, the data transfer from a book to a human brain still takes a long time.
There was allegedly this guy that had a private company. He had most of his contracts with the government.
He developed a way to learn much, much faster. It was a combination of this very common mix of herbal drugs, some sounds to open the mind, and a screen that would flash images and words into the mind.
The process allowed you to essentially absorb an entire text book, and know it intuitively, in about thirty minutes.
This would mean that you could get an advanced degree in a week.
I’ve been seeing this homeless guy downtown for a while. He looks me, and I look at him looking at me.
He’s got this look that is unlike any other human I’ve ever seen before. It’s this weird mix of being ultra relaxed and being ultra intense.
Hey Man, What’s Up?
Finally I got up the courage to start a conversation with him. I don’t know what it was about this guy, but he was very intimidating for some reason.
He reminded me of back when I was in college and I needed to ask a professor a question. Some professors are easy to talk to, but some seem really, really intelligent, and you feel like just asking a question will make you look like an idiot.
That’s how I felt looking at this guy. Like he had massive amounts of intelligence. I asked him his story, and he told me.
He used to work for the NSA, and did research on advanced training for soldiers and other agents.
Him a few guys started to build their own techniques. He discovered an incredibly powerful way to transfer written text in your brain at incredibly high speeds.
It didn’t require any drugs or tech, but that’s all he told me.
Once he figured it out, he told me he spent two years in two of the biggest university libraries in the United States.
Complete Data Transfer
And in those two years, he transferred all the information from the books into his brain.
And the decade after that he used all that information to amass a fortune. That’s when he realized his mistake.
The prime directive of the human mind to learn. To continue to learn information and develop skills.
This is what gives our drive. To learn more. To create more. To understand more. To develop more.
No More Learning
But his process absolutely short circuited that.
He said it would be like if you never had to eat again.
On the one hand, you’d save a lot of money in be in perfect health.
But on the other hand, you’d never feel hungry, never satisfy that hunger with delicious food, never be able to share a meal with anybody.
So now he just wanders the Earth, and tries to apply this natural human instinct in other ways.
Super Learning Not Allowed
According to the stories I’ve heard, this guy’s learning invention was shut down. Turns out the education system is not meant to be effective.
Plenty of people with a lot of power and wealth would lose their power and wealth if our educational system, both primary school and the university system, ever became efficient.
The first data transfer watershed invention was the combination of the printing press with the Roman alphabet.
Too Many Characters
They had the printing press in China, but it wasn’t so useful since they had so many characters.
Before that, they had to copy books by hand.
When I got my first computer, a few decades ago, it had less than a gig of hard drive space.
Even now if you’ve got a couple terabytes, you can still fill it up with stuff.
Kind of like your brain.
The more you learn, the more you learn.
The more you can learn, the more you want to learn.
It’s like a never ending cycle of data transfer from the world into your brain.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.