lunes, 23 de agosto de 2010

Irrelevant Environmental Stimuli

There's no such a thing. Within Sensosfera, any information may add a combination of useful observation, thinking, or action...

There's no such thing as the "limited Brain" imagined by 20th century neurosciences. Any computer would be " waste" compared with our Brain. Of course scientists living in narrow environments, feed little of all that stuff of information that there is in our everyday surroundings. Scientist that pass their life among papers, screen, and white walls, inside buildings, mainly, would tend to consider that "there are many irrelevant environmental stimuli". There are no stimuli. That term belong to anachronic conductism. What there are are sensations. All a whole world of sensations. Within that formidable world of sensations you are living, and sensing, but your own capacity to sensing, and, in this way to reach all that sensational "hard disk" your doors of perception must be opened. The main difference between shamans and scientists is that shamans are practising also in natural surroundings, and in that way modulates, with very old and very logical exercises their own sensorial capacities. It is the same as if you compare anyone that usualy drives a car with anyone which never have driven a car. Different experiences produce different perspectives, and those perspectives are irreductibly mediated by the own sensorial experiences of each people.

Sensorial capacities are not logico matematical capactities. Western science were so much within theory and abstractions that scientists try to measure creativity using the same tools: mainly in that abstract realm. No. Ecosystems are something more that numbers in a sheet of white paper. You everyday ecosystems are so plenty of diversity of information that you would last all your life to deliver, maybe, with a narrow piece of all that stuff of information.

As cities are the result of a cooperative, intergenerational work, the product of that nowadays city cannot evidently be catched, measured, or lived, by only one individual.

A first fusion you could make to access to sensosfera is between two terms: "artificial" and "natural". You know. If you feel bad because some rubish is in the street, maybe you stop observing sensosfera to think about that problem with the rubish you are observing... You can make your observations without to make that stupid barrier between bad and good, natural and artificial. Imagine the birds in the city. They are not thinking continuously about that things. Gulls eat both: a fish on the beach, and the rest of a meal in some park... You can make your own observations within sensosfera without to fall in that traps... No dychotomies in Nature, or Cities... All that dychotomies come from a kind of thinking, western thinking. In this way that means that you are able to reach the point where dychotomies evaporates. Enjoy sensosfera.


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