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operateUntilDeath()

Putting aside the “NotYouAndMe” class name in the bogus BD00 model below for a moment, I think most powerful and wealthy people believe that they can willfully control their feelings, actions, and behaviors via a “Conscious Executive” entity hosted within their brain. Objects of this fictitious class “require” and are “provided” energy by the one and only “life force“.

NotYouAndMe” objects continually execute the “operateUntilDeath()” function in a “while(alive)” loop until the “life force” asynchronously pulls the plug – which can be anytime and anywhere. D’oh!

Each cycle through the “operateUntilDeath()” function goes something like this:

  • Poll your senses for objects and events “out there“.
  • Evaluate the sensor input data against prior memories accumulated and stored in your “Experience Database“.
  • Speak/act according to whether you consciously perceive the current landscape as a threat or an opportunity.

The only problem with the model above (beside the fact that it’s another whacky BD00 concoction) is the “conscious” part playing the CEO of your corpus. That’s why the aggregator class is aptly named “NotYouAndMe“. To see this fallacy more vividly, feast your eyes upon the real, Nobel prize winning “YouAndMe” model  below.

The BD00 mandated reality is that there’s a hidden and oft-denied “Unconscious Executive” behind the scenes that enables/disables the “Conscious Executive” object whenever it damn well pleases. In effect, the “Conscious Executive” gets sloppy seconds on the sensor data only after it’s been censored and chewed up by the “Unconscious Executive”. In totally clueless people like BD00, the “Conscious Executive” is rarely, if ever, “enabled“. D’oh!

How about you dear reader? Do you believe that you’re “fully in control and in charge”? Are you a “Conscious Executive“? The more you believe it, the less it is.

  1. February 18, 2012 at 2:45 am

    Control is an illusion arising from fear of reality. Interesting post:)

    • February 19, 2012 at 11:48 am

      Thanks Brenda. The hidden “Unconscious Executive” is made of fear.

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