Is The Brain A Giant & Biased Computer? #Psychology #Stereotype #CypherPoems

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Split the conscious & subconscious.

The conscious is the lazy brain.

Trained in classifying & stereotyping.

Favouring known data patterns.

Jumping ahead to save neurone cycles.

Finding excuses to preserve energy.

Keeping synergy with the sub level.

Schemas & queues drive the thing.

As if life is static & predictable.

Far from the frontal reality.

The conscious must be lazy & fast.

The unconscious is the smart brain.

Collecting data at subconscious levels.

Planning ahead & using big-data.

Building schemas and formulas.

Master of long-term survival.

Ensuring genes carry to the next level.

The brain is a complex computer.

A lot is yet to be discovered.

Next time do this trick to your brain.

When it jumps to a stereotype & bias.

Take a pause and ask it why.

Challenge it & demand the root cause.

You may receive a dose of wisdom.

And may even discover a neurone bug.

Next breed of consultants are not just techies.

Mastering social behaviour is part of the trick.

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About these poems:

This poem is part of a collection of encrypted poems for which only the author has the keys. But for those who are brave, a long journey to attempt to decrypt the new digital transformation and information technology related topics based on the author real life experience in the network and security field and career spanning more than 10 years. In these poems, the author often escapes GeekLand and drifts into geo politics, current affairs, philosophy, spirituality, and economics. In the spirit of open source poetry, all feedback (including bad ones) will be much appreciated. Keep reading those poems, for you may learn something about life on earth.

Legal Disclaimer: The author accepts no responsibility in cypher mismatch, bias outcries, weak encryption, NSA intercepts, or headaches suffered by readers whilst trying to digest these poems. No legal claims can be made against the author for mental or psychological damages, or the frustration suffered by Shakespeare followers given that a professional poem writer or a distinguished artist who has attended the Royal Academy of Arts did not edit these poems. Reader’s caution is therefore recommended. These poems are best consumed after a few drinks. You have been warned!

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