| Saturday, February 12, 2011
In an attempt to answer my buddy, I am going to blabber more about/on my previous post: Take Aim

To start lets discuss the details of the sighting mentioned in my previous post. Arjuna had not only sighted his target but analyzed it. Then he made a choice to seal in only on its eye thus the mention of the firing is almost incidental" and note "almost".

It is only because I do agree with the points you make but just clarifying that entrepreneurs should be able to not just sight but analyze. BTW, I hope this 'effect' is definitely not an after effect of marriage but an after effect of birth itself. :-)

The sighting state I mention in other words is harmony, all areas of the brain firing synchronously and creating a coherent state of activity. You can see this higher state of harmony in the more balanced brain-activity patterns of Arjuna versus the inharmonious, lower patterns of Ashwathama.

Interestingly, the occipital area of the brain, the area that controls vision, shows a reverse pattern compared with the other brain regions. Successful target hitters like Arjuna in our case show less activity at this location just before the stroke compared to Ashwathama because the processing is complete and no new information is being provided. The good knows where to look; the occipital area has completed its work. It simply harmonizes with the rest of the brain. "Poor" capitalist with varied eye patterns remain active in this brain region as if the processing is never complete. They lack the quiet eye at sighting.

It is like the keys on the piano. Certain combination's of notes create greater harmony than other combination's... we have to work on our project BG score!

Now, do you remember this sighting?? LOL


  1. OK, I get where you are going now... Point well made and well taken... Yes, this sighting never forgetting...Hummmmmmmmmm.... Adhellam andha kaalam ;-)

  2. Kaalam? Athu Naam Uruvaakuvathu. Time is nothing but something that we create ;) Nothingness was not nothing, but it was not anything like the kinds of somethings we know about today. We have no words to describe it, and the ones we borrow that are listed in the Oxford English Dictionary are based on the wrong physical insight ;) ;) haha!


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