For Solomon’s Science Minded Friends

Many processionals, business executives and other leaders use a “Spock-like” (Star Trek) rational analysis as their only decision making tool. Several scientific studies have been done comparing the results of empirical analysis, as the basis for decision making, to those persons who also use non-linear or “gut instinct” methods.  Although these predictions concerned a vast range of events, the results were consistent across every trial; people who were more likely to consult their non-linear consciousness were also more likely to accurately predict the outcome.  

Non linear thinking is a huge asset that is often ignored by linear thinkers to their own detriment.

Usually, Solomon  Answers are about ordinary life problems. However, here is one sentence from these studies that should direct Spock-like thinkers’ attention toward an additional decision making tool. The scientific studies reveal that those persons who also use non-linear consciousness “made stock market predictions that were 25 percent more accurate than those who aspired to Spock-like cognition.”  Please read the full article:


and another article from Columbia School of Business, for science geeks like us, published in a professional journal:

Another interesting site –  Secret to creativity, intelligence, and thinking like a genius.

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Three of the many types of non-linear phenomenon:

  • Pareidolia(/pærɨˈdoʊliə/ parr-i-doh-lee-ə) is a psychological phenomenon involving a stimulus which is perceived as significant.  Common examples of this are seeing images of animals or faces in clouds or stars.
  • Apophenia, which is the perception of patterns within unstructured data.
  • hierophany(manifestation of the sacred) or knowledge through revelation.

These non-linear cognitions may have helped ancient societies organize chaos and make their world intelligible, according the research of Patricio Bustamante, Archaeoastronomist and W. Fay Yao  IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society, Resource and Information Specialist

  1. The Worship to the Mountains: A Study of the Creation Myths of the Chinese Culture,
  1.  “Pleistocene Art: the archeological material and its anthropological meanings”

If you took your smart pills this morning try taking a look at these two articles

For a look at how physics is relevant to decision making, and how what we think influences reality, take a look at –

You’re not irrational, you’re just quantum probabilistic: Researchers explain human decision-making with physics theory

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Or listen to TED TALKS:

TED TALKS – Philosopher John Searle lays out the case for studying human consciousness — and systematically shoots down some of the common objections to taking it seriously. As we learn more about the brain processes that cause awareness, accepting that consciousness is a biological phenomenon is an important first step. And no, he says, consciousness is not a massive computer simulation.

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