Processes and Outcomes

Last Update: October 24, 2016

Nature exists and operates in a way that is consistent and somewhat predictable (I am deliberately excluding quantum mechanics. Nothing is certain at the subatomic level). You have probably heard the term, “history repeats itself“. We live in a world of operations, processes, cycles, algorithms, repetition, etc. When we discover how something of value operates, it is important to capture the details of the operation and see if we can repeat it. The internal processes of the human body that keep us alive are inherently repetitive. The process of life repeats every day, every hour, every minute, etc. Most of us are unaware of these repetitive cycles, because they are automated. The human body has been repeating these processes for as long as humankind has existed. When an operation has a history of repeating the exact steps again and again, this operation becomes predictable.

If the details of a beneficial process are known and can be repeated with certainty, then this process is a candidate for automation. We live in a world of automation. There are so many things that we do, that simply require pushing a button or flipping a switch. The details of what is actually happening are generally not known to us. If we continue to push the same buttons and flip the same switches, we know and expect what the outcome will be. If you are satisfied with this outcome, there is no need to change the process that produces the outcome. However, when the outcome is no longer satisfactory, the process must be changed to produce a different, satisfactory outcome.

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BeatrizS Premium
Deep, thanks!
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drjec Premium
I am going to spend some time thinking about this. At least for me, getting involved in WA was about as much change in the process of things as I have had in years.
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RDoren Premium
Very profound for a simple guy like me, but I think what you are talking about is fighting against the paradigm. Am I correct?
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electrobot Premium
I am not referring to any type of fight. What paradigm are you referring to?
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RDoren Premium
The social paradigm of how we earn money by working for someone else. Get a job. Know your place. Do what you are told to do to get a paycheck.
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electrobot Premium
Nothing wrong with that. I have done that most of my life.
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debzo Premium
Thanks for sharing :)
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Julsie Premium
Thanks for sharing!
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MKearns Premium
This is a well written treatise on a biosciientific process. Most interesting and very precise. I can see where mechanisms have been applied based on it. Thank you. BTW have you ever corresponded with Jvranjes (Jovo), rank 25 today. He is also very precise and is involved with plasma physics.
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electrobot Premium
Yes. I have had some communication with Jovo.
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MPollock Premium
Thanks, fro sharing.
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VRudio Premium
Hi! Thank you for a nice analogy. The repetitive action of life is really what most people would say, "Well, that's life for you." But when you start doing something different, people would say, "That's strange, is he/her crazy!" Thanks again, it's nice.
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MFogarty Premium
Have you ever heard of John Titor? I ask everyone that understands math, process and outcomes like you have outlined.

Mike
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electrobot Premium
I have not heard of him.
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MFogarty Premium
He is an urban legend or fact depending on what source you follow. I suggest researching him yourself because I don't want to show bias in my explanation of who he is. He is DEFINITELY worth looking up. Especially about the 2036 world time out that is impending failure on our computer systems. We are in the process of trying to fix it now but the outcome is a set fixture in time and cannot be stopped/changed..or can it? John Titor knows. He is trying to stop it and has written about it and spoken about it in the years 2000 and 2001 before he was stopped.

Mike
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mickeyb123 Premium
If you do what you always did, you get what you always got.

Thank You for those words, my deep thinking friend.

Mickeyb
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nyaaba Premium
Wow! great article.
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JwYach Premium
Never really thought about it in such detail. I know I have been guilty of repeating things over and over and expecting the same result. Thanks for the blog, very informative.
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Caroline67x Premium
Brilliant. Yes I totally agree. There are many things in my life that needs to change. My lack of time management and discipline. I have formed bad habits for so long now they are hard to change. If I want to succeed at WA, I will have to change my processes in order to achieve. Thank you
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Toshmack Premium
Great post, many thanks.
Cheers Tosh :)
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DanielF1313 Premium
Great blog, very informative and detailed. Enjoyed reading it :)
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