“Common Sense” vs. “Nonsense” ~ The Art of “Quantum Processing” by Carla. A. Woolf

The only thing worse than someone being unable to think for himself or herself, is someone who is unable to feel for himself or herself.
Unlike the consummate and ridiculous debate as to whether the chicken or egg came first, the match between the “brain” and “beliefs” is undebatable. The brain came long before beliefs or the ability to form beliefs. So what does that mean? It means that just as all natural elements, processes, and instruments are encoded with their purpose and potential, so it is with the human brain. The human brain does have a sort of special dispensation with its characteristics of being the most complex entity in the universe, however that still fails to exclude it from functioning according to its full purpose and potential.
Of course people are entitled to believe, think, feel, decide, surmise, theorize and reason as they desire – or see fit, but does that mean any thing we think and decide is based on the aspects of universal common sense (Quantum Processing), which literally means that if it fails to fall into the prospects and aspects of universal quantum processing, then unfortunately, some of the things we think, believe, act upon, decide and surmise will fall more on the side of nonsense than common sense. In other words, do our personal assumptions follow the real lines of “truth” (quantum processing) or are they inadvertently following the antithesis of truthful premises (non-quantum processing, or nonsense) ? What then is the definition of the “truth” ?
The answer to that question is simpler than most folks might accept or “believe”. The truth logically would require that all actual parts and pieces of information are fully disclosable and available in order to make a belief or decision fully amenable. Acting upon the truth also means that it can serve as many purposeful and constructive options, with a goal of zero, or as close to zero consequences. The “truth” therefore is consistent with “quantum processing” or genuine “common sense”. If something is only serving the “common sense” of one person’s purpose, while it is nonsense to everyone else affected, this then is obviously in contrast to real quantum processing.
But that hardly means we can never personalize quantum processing, in fact it is the art and ability to perform and master quantum processing that makes common sense a feature of advanced human cognitive thinking – especially for anyone looking to improve their brain. For instance, a few days ago, I was driving down a main road when a car pulled up behind me, tailgating so closely that I was unable to see the headlight lamps in my rearview mirror. Before a minute had passed cruising downhill on this road during morning school rush hour, a car from a side street refused to stop at the corner – where there is a stop sign – and dangerously pulled in front of me, with an obvious total disregard for the law, and perhaps an insufficient knowledge of the basic laws of physics. This of course, caused me to slam on my breaks, even though I was rigorously following the 25 mph speed limit, which then caused the tailgater behind me to slam on her breaks for which she believed justified and warranted honking at me and waving her arms around madly, as though I had done something wrong. Her resolution at this point was to pull up even closer behind me and in turn, I slowed down to about 22 mph, for the sake of safety and to send her a message. I slowly sped up to the designated 25 mph speed designation, and when an upcoming speed sign appeared I pointed it out to her, which she responded to by flipping the bird at me and pointing to her gesture as I continued pointing to the speed limit sign.
So while each individual wants to be regarded as being in the right, the best measure for deciding who or what is right is by measuring such a situation according to the “quantum process”. Whatever her decision, whether because her child was going to be late for school, or because she dislikes driving slow, or because she thinks tailgating is a fine and safe way to drive, even when you have young children in the back seat – the truth is that her decision to drive and assess her driving style as she did is very poorly reflective of “quantum processing”. It may have been “common sense” to her momentarily, but the reality is that it was more nonsense than common sense. Worst of all, she was expecting me to disregard safety laws for the sake of her personal agenda, or personal drama. In my decision to stay within the parameters of safety laws, her mind and beliefs supported her contention that I was the bad guy who was failing to comply with her nonsense. If a conversation had ensued, I’m certain she would have insisted that her attempts were more sensible and justifiable than mine – because that’s how nonsense thinkers think. I’m confident however, that anybody with real common sense would see the literal truth of the matter.
It’s easy to wager that many people have definitions about what common sense is that others can only sadly laugh at or pity – “others” meaning, folks who have a better sense of quantum processing. Some of my more favorite incidents involve a recent conversation with a man who insisted that it’s “only common sense” that we use merely about 20% or less of our brain’s thinking abilities, and that it’s impossible for humans to attain, or be in control of 100% of our brains’ full potential (huh?) – to which I contrasted by asking if he expected to use only 20% of his lungs breathing capacity, or only 20% of his heart’s pumping power, and of course, the one thing that I know any man will defer (or need I say detest) debating about – I concluded with, ‘hey, how ’bout if you only get to use about 20% of your genitals when having sex’?? At least this man was open-hearted, open-minded and congenial enough to laugh at himself sheepishly and promised that we could continue this conversation the next time we bumped into each other.
Then there’s the situation at the dental clinic where an older instituted system of payments and records was replaced by a newer system that was supposed to compile and synthesize treatment, appointments and payment records — so that, any confusion that had been typical of the old system would be demystified, particularly where double billing or miscalculated billings were a regular routine of the old system. Well, that part of the fairy tale was just that — I still had to take time out of my life and schedule to call and challenge the accounting office about an inflated billing that had failed to be adjusted in accordance with a doctor’s entry for my ‘class of payment’. The computer should have been able to make the adjustment — if indeed it had been designed to do quantum processing, which is the mode and goal of modern 21st century computers and technology (where was the innovation in that new system?).
Someday hopefully soon, “quantum processing” and authentic “common sense” and “truth” will all be interchangeable and interdependent qualities of general information processing for all human beings and all computer intelligence systems. That’s a day to look forward to.


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