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    Hello. Here’s how to make a human being from a single cell zygote. Create with care, please.

    Single Cell to Newborn

    1. Sperm. Egg.
    2. Zygote. One cell.
    3. Blastula Kaleidoscope.
    4. Embryo Cell Dance.
    5. Foetus Formed.
    6. Unborn. Arming for War.
    7. Newborn. Dumb Awakening.

    Baby Battlefield

    1. Baby. Consciousness Algorithm.
    2. Toddler. Physical Growth. Mental Strife.
    3. Language. Intelligence Battle Coda.
    4. Imagination Darwinism.
    5. We Think Ergo We Are.
    6. Ticktock Timestamps. ” Quickening”
    7. Rules of Engagemen t. Prize”
    8. Slaves In The Subconscious. Recycling.
    9. Final War Behind the Eyes.
    10. Survival of the Fittest Sentience.

    Winning Identity – First Ego

    1. Incarceration Neuronal Survivors.
    2. Neuronal Abortions as Psychocompost.
    3. Taking the Ego / Limbic Throne.
    4. Cogito Ergo Sum.
    5. Autonomy.
    6. First Memory.
    7. Sundering the Void.

    Various Legacies

    1. Imaginary Friend.
    2. Personifying Everything.
    3. Pretend in a Vacuum.
    4. Ringfencing One Identity
    5. Dream Interludes
    6. Training By Superego
    7. Stubborn Subconscious Slaves
    8. Mastering Self – Taoist Wen Wei


    1. Schizophrenia.
    2. Multiple Personalities.
    3. Bipolarity.
    4. Roles and Performances.
    5. Infected Personae Drift.
    6. Dreams: Parole.
    7. Psilocybin: Void Visitation.
    8. Encountering God – Love and Hate.
    9. Psychotic Breaks.
    10. Scorched Earth Subconscious.
    11. Other Neurological Breaches.


    1. Religion.
    2. Spiritualism.
    3. Transcendental Meditation.
    4. Mindfulness.
    5. Mahayana.
    6. Buddhism.
    7. Pranayama.
    8. Samsara.
    9. Dharma.
    10. Ego Death.
    11. Revelation.
    12. Rapture and Ecstasy.
    13. Mystic Vision.
    14. Prayer. Supplication.
    15. False Humility.
    16. Denial.
    17. Autism.
    18. Spectrum Creativity.
    19. … other common phenomena researched, include for completeness.

    Beard M. Beard


    I have of late—but wherefore I know not—lost all my mirth, forgone all custom of exercises, and indeed it goes so heavily with my disposition that this goodly frame, the earth, seems to me a sterile promontory; this most excellent canopy, the air—look you, this brave o’erhanging firmament, this majestical roof fretted with golden fire—why, it appears no other thing to me than a foul and pestilent congregation of vapors. What a piece of work is a man! How noble in reason, how infinite in faculty! In form and moving how express and admirable! In action how like an angel, in apprehension how like a god! The beauty of the world. The paragon of animals. And yet, to me, what is this quintessence of dust? Man delights not me. No, nor woman neither, though by your smiling you seem to say so.”

    Wikipedia publishes SparkNotes superficial reading as if it’s the definitive meaning of the monologue.
    Wikipedia for Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2 >> The SparkNotes student guide suggests Hamlet is saying that although humans may appear to think and act “nobly” they are essentially “dust”. Overall, SparkNotes interprets the ‘what a piece of work is a man’ speech as an example of Hamlet expressing his melancholy to his old friends over the difference between the best that men aspire to be, and how they actually behave; the great divide that depresses him.

    Not quite, Spark-bo-dini…


    I’m new to this forum, what should I do to be helpful?

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