Above photo, a turtle trying to traverse a non-linear function.
Nobel Laureate, Professor John Nash, posited the solution to Prisoners’ Dilemma and in the same vein succeeded in defining Rationalism mathematically. According to him, it is making ALL decisions based on one algorithm.
As for why Prisoners’ Dilemma is an awful situation in the first place: it is due to it being a problem of “simultaneous” imprisonment for each prisoner.
Years earlier I realized that Money is the price of alienation. You charge a person if you do not know them. If both sides end up charging each other, this is an example of the Prisoners’ Dilemma. One party must relent and pursue an alternate strategy.
While Money is a sincere rating tool, in inefficient markets it involves hustling ~ and polite people – like this Canuck – are not capable of this.
Some one has to be a goalie. The buck has to stop somewhere, literally. For the sober friend who drives his buddies home, there is only one option: SPEED – abundance of effort, in a SINGULAR line of action. Be so fast little detainee of the fishbowl, that the Ocean itself is attracted!
That is why I declare war on suppression of expression: “Copyright and related rights waived via CC0” henceforth applies to every thing I produce!
Aside from a student of Economics, I am a student of philosophers like Jung and Iqbal and admirer of saints such as Jeanne d’Arc and Mevlana Rumi. Here I have described the secret to not begging anyone – not even those in charge. The Raz-e-Asrar-e-Khudi (Secret of the Secrets of the Self). Sir Allama Iqbal, of course, wrote the famous work “Asrar-e-Khudi“.
For the fakirs, presentation does not matter. Find one thing you are okay at accomplishing alone and pursue it like this Cheetah:
For speed is a linear function!
“Burn candle burn, but light a Thousand flames before you are extinguished” ~ Psalman.
Notes to self (Project EXCEED):
1. SHEER Speed requires Live content generation ~ instead of wondrous presentation.
2. You need an INTEGRATED solution to accomplish your task swiftly.
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