mediative interactions

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the philosopher and doctorate on mediative technologies

a programme designed by Henryk Szubinski

 

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basis of the data on the non ee levels of their responsives on non recognitive types of beings that are based on the types of responsive environements where the obvious reference or relations to the levels of fantasy where the HG wells and the basics of the

Deferred gratification or delayed gratification is the ability to wait in order to obtain something that one wants. This attribute is known by many names, including impulse controlwill powerself control and, in economics, “low” time preference. In formal terms of accounting, an individual should calculate net present value of future rewards and defer near-term rewards of lesser value. Extensive research has shown that animals don’t do this, but instead apply hyperbolic discounting, so this problem is fundamental to human nature.

Conventionally, good impulse control is considered a personality traitDaniel Goleman has suggested it is an important component of emotional intelligence. People who lack this trait are said to need instant gratification and may suffer from poor impulse control. Psychological research (along the lines of Walter Mischel‘s famous Marshmallow Experiment) indicates that good impulse control may be important for academic achievement and life success.[1]

data off the level =LOW as the positional inputs of the data on the basics of the levels of complications that do not have the referenced track related sourceings:

Data on why there is a basic positional scielenece on the greter amounts of the levels in time where there is not previous data levels of where the time value relations start out at as being the data COMMENTARY on what is a continuous start reference in usage:

data on the basis of no referrenced relation to data that is based on difficult features in the types of rrelated to positionality whereby the images are difficult to make out = to the sacrificial references to the related time values of the more defined features of the types of relations of what could possibly sense the existance by a animal such as a cat..

or a DOG :

basically the levels of height and the levels of the stable energy source parameter to which the existance of the non differencialted levels of interactions become a BLEAK AND BORING parameter for a creature related to as being human in the first stages of human alterations into such zones …

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Arthur C Clarke did write a short named SECRET

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The Secret” is a science fiction short story by Arthur C. Clarke, first published in 1963. It was first titled “The Secret of the Men on the Moon” when published in This Week magazine. It was collected in The Wind from the Sun.

“The Secret” tells the story of a science reporter, named Henry Cooper, who went to the moon in 1959, to write a series of publicity articles for the U.N.S.A space division. In this time the moon is scarcely inhabited by a small community consisting mostly of scientists, researchers, and their families. Although he was invited by the U.N.S.A to provide favorable articles that might sway public opinion before the beginning of the budget deliberations, he finds that he is much less welcomed than he was on his last trips there. He begins to suspect that a secret is being kept from him, and becomes increasingly curious. A few days later he is being taken by his friend, the police commissioner, to a remote lab.

In the lab he confronts one of the head scientists, who becomes convinced that the only way to keep the reporter silent is to bring him in on the secret. The secret, the scientist explains, is rather obvious when you come to think about it, and it’s a wonder humankind hasn’t thought of it in advance. On Earth the human heart pumps – over several decades – many gallons of blood up stream. Gravity tucks and pulls on the organs and tissues. On the moon, however, everything is six times lighter than on earth. The erosion of gravity is six times weaker. Who knows, concludes the scientist, how many years that might add to the human life expectancy?

The reporter is then confronted with the sheer numbers of earth’s population – over ten billions huddled together with not enough food and not enough space. What will they do when they’ll hear that the moon offers longevity? How could the moon support them? The story ends with the sounds of a baby monkey crying.

 

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The basics in which the eemotionality of the basic levels of the data taken outside the basis of the relateed to values of Eouropean life similarr in the fantasyt realm where all of its is reproduced or simulated as the values used in astrophysics by the curvature variance of a opposed  exponential curve..

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Basically the levels of their implied BARRIERS and the states at the hemispheres of explorations as the levels of the responses to depend on oneself as the higher supeeriority of the experiences = the basis of such high scrutinty that the exterior realms become the smallest of faults in its experience.

Data on the basis of which the differences of details and their basics of a positional cause to alter the time travel date or the basics of the altered retraces made to define the basics of the HIGH VALUE of interactions in such relams that this value becomes the basis of close parameters of the human body fysiology to define what has not eneterd a parameter by its technology and needs only to relate to it by technology..

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RELIANCE only on the response as a basis for representing the parameter from which the REALTOR uses and defines the REPRESENTATION in a universe where RELIANCE is unknown of and is based on unknown impulses

As such Eourope has the basic laws of its usage on the basis of making computations to what type of representative It would like to confront.

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as RESTRICTED secrets of ” where to displace to “

as thee instantly gratifying definition of THE SECRET

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. Gratification is the pleasurable emotional reaction of happiness in response to a fulfillment of a desire or the fulfillment of a goal. A person may proudly say they are gratified upon achieving a hard won goal, and the term is usually used to refer to these cases. An alternate disparaging term instant gratification is used to label the satisfactions gained by more impulsive behaviors.

The skill of giving preference to long term goals over more immediate ones is known as deferred gratification or patience, and it is usually considered virtue. Critiques of the behaviors of others may highlight the lack of this skill. For example we might say that those who lack the skill are immature. But then, an excess of these skill can create problems as well; i.e. an individual become unable to take pleasure in life, seize opportunities, or remain flexible.

Gratification, like all emotions, is a motivator of behavior and thus plays a role in the entire range of human social systems.

 

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