Your Life Is Tetris. Stop Playing It Like Chess.
Tor Bair

In life, things don’t get harder — they just get faster.

Lets look closely at this argument. The last one was easily falsified by the facts. Our society is an example of increasing complexity and difficulty. When you take for instance Aerospace Engineers they did not exist 200 years ago did they? The idea that things are not getting harder but are getting faster makes no sense since it is clearly getting faster and harder…

What about when automation fires anyone doing a repetitive job like taxi drivers? Not getting harder makes as much sense as arguing that life is all in your head. Objectivity I propose is much more rational. The origin of reality is outside the mind not inside. The mind is given to many falsehoods but an object we can identify is not.

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