Invent And Replicate
Once, a long time ago, I was hanging out in this laboratory.
A place I worked right after college.
An engineer and myself were doing an experiment.
We were using something called “protamine.”
This was to counter the effects of heparin.
Heparin is the natural anticoagulant in your blood.
When you get a cut, this activates platelets.
The platelets make your blood clot so you don’t bleed to death.
What that engineer and I were doing was slowly injecting this protamine, an “anti-heparin” into this small closed loop of circulating blood.
Cow blood, not human blood.
Cheap and close enough for bench top testing.
Anyhow, like most scientific studies are, it was a very, very slow process.
Inject a couple milliliters, wait around 5 minutes, take some measurements.
While we were waiting, I read the small print insert that came with the small vial of protamine.
How The Heck?
And I read that protamine is made from salmon sperm.
I laughed, showed it to the engineer, and she also laughed.
We both had the same idea.
“How in the heck does somebody even figure this out?”
Hey look, a salmon, I wonder why kind of cool things I make of that dude’s sperm….
Rubber was an equally strange invention.
First by the Olmecs, in Mesoamerica, way back when.
Then by Charles Goodyear.
It’s not an easy thing to event.
Goodyear had been trying every possible combination with no luck.
Allegedly, he discovered it by accident.
By dropping something and breaking some glass which kind of inadvertently mixed two things together.
Blood And Semen
Back in the day, The Olmecs figured out how to mix a couple of excretions from a couple different plants.
Given the MASSIVE types of plants and trees in the rainforest, just randomly mixing stuff together would take forever.
How they figured out what to mix with what, in what proportion, to make rubber is anybody’s guess.
But they described it as the “blood” from one plant with the “semen” of another.
But here’s the thing.
All it takes is ONE GUY to discover ONE thing.
And then EVERYBODY knows about it.
So long as the culture stays intact, even without writing, that invention can be passed down for generations.
Language, memory, imaginations, these are things that only humans can do.
Sure, monkeys can make basic sounds to warn of predators.
But nobody is even CLOSE to what humans can do.
We can pass down ideas inter-generationally.
Not just scientific ideas.
But bigger ideas.
Epic tales of heroes and monsters and life changing battles.
You are born into a world with a MASSIVE inheritance of ideas.
Scientific ideas, philosophical ideas, metaphorical ideas, spiritual ideas, and plenty of other ideas.
You have, at your disposal, a virtual INFINITE source of learning.
For anything you want.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.