Fighting Death was the starting point of our journey throughout which we’ve explored how we’ve evolved to survive . We’ve seen that our emotions were the first tools to evaluate and learn from experiences and they dichotomically categorized experiences into two groups of the good and the bad . The emotional judgment forms the first beliefs . In the 18th […]
In order to study concepts , we took a detour to study meanings whose hierarchy depends on their amplitude and frequency . To construct a road, either you’d pave it once or let many people walk on the path many times so the road would be distinguished. The primitive roads happened to be created. The early humankind couldn’t possibly foresee […]
To pick up where we left off, our brain had created the supersign of the thing  then stored it in the memory. We also learned that a supersign contains the objective and subjective parts which are respectively perceived and conceived . The supersign of the thing is the first and rock-bottom MEANING that our brain has created . So […]
Through the last post, we referred to the study of some rats’ brain  to discuss that habitual or automated behaviors help us both react to problems or dangers faster and save more energy which is aligned with the fundamental principle of Minergie . We should know that habits can be formed and practiced totally independent of memory. Eugene Pauly […]
To pick up where we left off, we perceived the thing, its sign was created and stored in the memory, then we felt the fear which was about to trigger either the fight or flight response regarding our confidence level. 
Registering the thing  happened in less than a microsecond; then in order to survive, our brain needs to decide if it’s a danger or not, consequently to execute the best reaction. Imagine that you absolutely had no earthly knowledge to evaluate the thing, how would you decide if it’s dangerous or not? 
Take some time and think about the most fundamental fact or question of all time. Please don’t read the rest of the post till you find yourself curious enough to seek the answer.