Most of the text entries throughout this post are quotations “borrowed” from Wikipedia.?All I’ve done is aggregate relational concepts, and consolidate them into one location. If they create any emotion or “Feelings” in your head, go take an aspirin and get over it. Your human life is short, so don’t waste it.

Thought?refers to any mental or intellectual activity involving an individual’s subjective consciousness. It can refer either to the act of thinking or the resulting ideas?or arrangements of those ideas.?Within psychology or philosophy, the concept of cognition is closely related to abstract?concepts?such as?mind?and?intelligence. Cognition is used to refer to the?mental functions,?mental processes?and states of?intelligent?entities (such as?humans, human organizations, highly autonomous machines, and?artificial intelligence). Categorization?is the process in which ideas and objects? re?recognized,?differentiated,?and?understood.?Categorization implies that objects are grouped into categories, usually for some specific purpose. Ideally, a category illuminates a?relationship?between the?subjects?and?objects?of knowledge. Categorization is fundamental in?language,?prediction,?inference,?decision-making,?and in all kinds of environmental interaction. Back in 1949, the British journalist?Eric Arthur Blair (better known as the author?George Orwell) published his famous novel “1984”?because of his intense opposition to totalitarianism. He was very concerned about Human civilization having a clarity of language. Without definitive clarity and categorization of verbal thought, citizens of any organized civilization would have an inability to enunciate opposition to a totalitarian regime. His novel included a chapter on “Big Brother’s” continual effort to limit both the conceptual ability to think or speak, of any but the simplest public discussion. This was accomplished by stripping down the language to propagandist drivel. The new language was called “Newspeak“, and in the book the?government?attempts to control not only the speech and actions, but also the?thoughts?of its subjects. Disapproved thought was labelled as “Thoughtcrime” (or in?Newspeak: “Crimethink”).?In the late 1980’s, the behavioral psychologist B.F. Skinner?wrote that “The Origins of Cognitive Thought” came from the following human behavioral characteristics: Doing, Sensing, Changing, Staying Changed, Wanting, Waiting, Thinking, and Mind. Most of these “categories” are emotional, and the list comes from a Marxist?mindset. Half the current population of the United States still loves and promotes his ideas, and for past several decades that country?has been doing its own behavior modification under the guise of “Political Correctness“. Critical Thinking?is NOT what the proponents of Marxism want. They want you to adhere to their own tightly controlled, restricted train of thought. So while you consider whether this matters to you or not, here is some music to set the?mood:


Welcome to your life
There’s no turning back
Even while we sleep
We will find you
Acting on your best behaviour
Turn your back on mother nature
Everybody wants to rule the world

It’s my own design
It’s my own remorse
Help me to decide
Help me make the most
Of freedom and of pleasure
Nothing ever lasts forever
Everybody wants to rule the world

There’s a room where the light won’t find you
Holding hands while the walls come tumbling down
When they do I’ll be right behind you
So glad we’ve almost made it
So sad they had to fade it
Everybody wants to rule the world

I can’t stand this indecision
Married with a lack of vision
Everybody wants to rule the world
Say that you’ll never, never, never, never need it
One headline why believe it?
Everybody wants to rule the world