Folge11 – A – No Peopling Allowed
Folge11 - A - No Peopling Allowed

Das Leben… so fing ein Gedanke an, der in Dauerschleife nicht weiter gehen wollte.

Also fing ich an zu schreiben.

Am liebsten will ich ja immer etwas brauchbares Produkt-zieren.

On the Spot – aus mir heraus bringen.

Aber muss ich wirklich alles was ich tu, immer beim ersten Versuch perfekt sein?

und nicht nur für mich – sondern jeden – alles immer perfekt für alle

ich weiß schon, vor allem, wenn ich das hier lese, dass dies gar nicht geht.

betrachte/analysiere ich jedeoch mein geistiges Verhalten,

komme ich zu der momentanen Bestandsaufnahme, dass ich viel zu viel versuche anstatt zu genießen.

Genuss. Was für ein Wort.

Das nehme ich mit.

The peopling of the Americas is a long-standing open question, and while advances in archaeology, Pleistocene geology, physical anthropology, and DNA analysis have shed progressively more light on the subject, significant questions remain unresolved.[6] While there is general agreement that the Americas were first settled from Asia, the pattern of migration, its timing, and the place(s) of origin in Eurasia of the peoples who migrated to the Americas remain unclear.

The verb “peopling” is usually used to refer to the process of populating a region, but reproduction and migration are only two aspects of the highly varied, but patterned, activities of human beings throughout time. Peopling includes construction, dance, commerce, old age, drunkenness, conversation, worship, play, war, fashion, sleep, stories, and a thousand other things (though maybe there are not so very many, after all).

There is another aspect to this special peopling interface: time. Since the interface is performed using simulations when social information is not available, we are spread out in time, living both in the past and the future as well as the present.

In systems with a “personal God,” each person’s mental model of God contains a projected image of God’s model of the person – so inside each yellow circle, another circle representing the “self-in-relation-to-God” would fit inside.