1 yr to be 5



a qr film

a people experiment

maté not yet scrambled law

1 yr to try commons


everything as experiment


most terrifying fact about universe is not that it is hostile but that it is indifferent’ – SK ht @JasonSilvahighexistence.com/stanley-kubric…

cure: 1 yr to be 5

deep/simple/open enough for all of us


George Land – creativity test: nasa asked them to come up w test of creativity.. sampled on 1600 children.. 5 yr olds get 98% genius.. 10 yr old: 30%.. 15 yr old: 12%.. study ended because so many people got depressed. adults: 2%   solution.. be 5 again


Austin Kleon (@austinkleon) tweeted at 6:43 AM – 2 May 2018 :
5-year-olds spit truth all day https://t.co/VJhkJLAhKa (http://twitter.com/austinkleon/status/991659394478804992?s=17)


first 30 seconds of Simon T Bailey‘s 3 min clip:

children up until the age of four are operating at genius level

entropy law.. 1 yr to be 5

cc Robin Carhart-Harris, Alison Gopnik, Michael Pollan

early 20s only 10%.. late 20s early 30s only 2%..  it became buried by society that says color w/in the lines.. sit down .. give it back you can’t do this..


Maria Popova (@brainpicker) tweeted at 6:01 AM – 9 Apr 2019 :
“Genius is nothing more nor less than childhood recovered at will.”
Baudelaire, born on this day in 1821, on the genius of childhood https://t.co/euNL8ms9Rd (http://twitter.com/brainpicker/status/1115585409289990145?s=17)

“Children … are the most attentive, curious, eager, observant, sensitive, quick, and generally congenial readers on earth,” E.B. White

not yet scrambled ness

This supremacy of sensibility is no doubt due to the child’s voracious and indiscriminate curiosity, which furnishes a mastery at the art of observation superior to the adult’s by immeasurable orders of magnitude.

begs we try: 1 yr to be 5 ..

and facil daily curiosity  ie: cure ios city

Inspiration has something in common with a convulsion, and that every sublime thought is accompanied by a more or less violent nervous shock which has its repercussion in the very core of the brain. The man of genius has sound nerves, while those of a child are weak. With the one, Reason has taken up a considerable position; with the other, Sensibility is almost the whole being. But genius is nothing more nor less than childhood recovered at will — a childhood now equipped for self-expression with manhood’s capacities and a power of analysis which enables it to order the mass of raw material which it has involuntarily accumulated.

[The great artist is one] who is never for a moment without the genius of childhood — a genius for which no aspect of life has become stale… master of that only too difficult art — sensitive spirits will understand me — of being sincere without being absurd.