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Here is the snippet from Mr. Feynman's interview
Weiner: (Referring to Feynman’s journals) And so this represents the record of the day-to-day work.
Feynman: I actually did the work on the paper.
Weiner: That s right. It wasn’t a record of what you had done...
Brain is really good at removing content it feel is not required. And how it knows it is required. Repetition, remember spaced repetition. Following the forgetting curve we can solidify knowledge.
But knowledge is more than that, we are pattern seekers. We build patterns, repeat it until w...
Remember old movies had guns with only chamber to fire the bullet, Someone who was working on ships came back and thought merging the steering wheels and guns, And voila Colt revolver.
Cars where made before Ford, but Ford came in and brought assembly line with him.
Phone were made ...
How to take smart notes — Book revolves around Niklas Luhmann who wrote enormous amount of papers humanely impossible and how he did it.
His method was simple, writing notes or knowledge chunks. Traditionally we structure knowledge in folders -> Biology -> Stomach -> Gut -> Bacteri...
Two things have happened here. First storage of knowledge in chunks. Breaking down of a big concept in smallest concept form.
Second is building an interconnected graphs and exposure of the concept in multiple fields. When you sit back and go through the notes.
Stages of a N...
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