“work is the father and earth is the mother”
(inspired by Karl Marx, Das Kapital page 48 full ebook.pdf)
(Marx again was inspired by William Petty)
This is not a joke and I am NOT Einstein.
Loneliness is a modern disease.
“Why togetherness and caring for each other is essential for us”
“The most frequent cause of death is neither cancer nor cardiovascular diseases.
Most people die of loneliness.
The renowned German psychiatrist Dr. Manfred Spitzer describes this frequently unrecognized condition as “painful, contagious and deadly.”
(in cities up to 50%)
or in other words: why do people get dogs instead of babies?
imho: because the way we life is not healthy.
another example: If there is a lot of infrastructure for bikes in a city – people will use the bike more often (ask city planners in the Netherlands and in Denmark).
So is the infrastructure designed and build centered around the question: What do humans need for a happy life?
What do people need to survive happy and sustainably?
Fully automating everything does not seem to be the answer.
because they are toooooo busy i guess.
So this how capitalism and workoholism “automatically” makes mankind DUMB SYSTEMATICALLY? (bet TV ads kill more brain cells than alcohol, if you feel too intelligent… get drunk! X-D)
Einstein was a Genius – he was able to run experiments in his brain like in a computer simulator (this video says, his brain had +17% more neurons … by the way… humans have ~100 billion brain cells / neurons and the method of counting them is DISGUSTING X-D) – but just as Sheldon Cooper – he had a lack of social skills.
The sad story is: “REAL” Sheldon Coopers with a Ph.D. in Physics DO EXIST!
NOBODY wants to move in with them or be friends, because (my particular friend) has an unimaginable unawareness of his egoisms and lack of social skills.
So in real life Sheldon Cooper would have almost no friends and live a very sad and lonely life.
That Einstein bastard got more lucky, because of all his fame.
“Einstein always felt out of place at social gatherings and with friends and family. He treated his first wife Mileva Maric very poorly and flaunted his many affairs.”
…It’s a psychological rule that states:
or as Socrates said: “i know, that (compared to all that can be known) i know nothing” (source)
also would add:
source of inspiration: https://medium.com/swlh/why-highly-intelligent-people-are-miserable-c257f7d0680c