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Tunnel

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    Tunnel

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"Drawing from all kinds of information sources, Watson will power a whole new generation of cognitive apps — they’ll understand natural language, sense, hypothesize, constantly learn and confidently react and respond with contextual wisdom.”INSIDE THE INVENTIVE MINDSwami ChandrasekaranExecutive ArchitectIBM Watson Solutions

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    "Drawing from all kinds of information sources, Watson will power a whole new generation of cognitive apps — they’ll understand natural language, sense, hypothesize, constantly learn and confidently react and respond with contextual wisdom.”

    INSIDE THE INVENTIVE MIND
    Swami Chandrasekaran
    Executive Architect
    IBM Watson Solutions

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oh god

    beesandbombs:

    oh god

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  14. No culture on earth is as heavily narcotized as the industrial West in terms of being inured to the consequences of maladaptive behavior. We pursue a business-as-usual attitude in a surreal atmosphere of mounting crises and irreconcilable contradictions.
    – Terence McKenna - Food of the Gods - Introduction

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  15. If nature represents a principle of economy, then culture surely must exemplify the principle of innovation through excess..
    When habits consume us, when our devotion to them exceeds the culturally defined norms, we label them as obsessions. We feel, in such situations, as though the uniquely human dimension of free will has somehow been violated. We can become obsessed with almost anything: with a behavior pattern such as reading the morning paper or with material objects (the collector), land and property (the empire builder), or power over other people (the politician).
    While many of us may be collectors, few of us have the opportunity to indulge our obsessions to the point of becoming empire builders or politicians. The obsessions of the ordinary person tend to focus on the here-and-now, on the realm of immediate gratification through sex, food, and drugs. An obsession with the chemical constituents of foods and drugs (also called metabolites) is labeled an addiction.
    – Terence McKenna - Food of the Gods - Introduction

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