Bom dia! ☀️
Mini-Celebration this week-
Ya boi got republished! Diversify Your Identity
got scooped up by The Good Men Project
and I’m excited and nervous about it. They have 3 million readers per month, and tweeted the damn thing to 184,000 people. It felt validating and reassured me that my writing isn’t total dookie 💩 Apparently, Mark Manson has an article of the same title and he is one of my favorite writers. I definitely felt clever that I came up with it independently.
I’m moving to Brazil on November 21st- 🇧🇷 Duolingo is being ratcheted up to 3 hours a day and I’ll also be studying elsewhere to brace for impact. If any of you have Brazilian recommendations from specific cafes to towns, hit me. I anticipate being down there for 6 months before returning to the US of A. 🇺🇸
Physics of Quality? 🐰
we won’t get too deep into the rabbit hole, but I came across this term thanks to uber-mentor Paul Chek.
Paul is old-man-jacked, and knows a lot about a lot of things. Here’s a snippet about the physics of quality…
A quote worth pondering- Only what can be quantitatively measured, categorized and labeled is considered scientific; not recognizing that what cannot be measured is a limitation in our measurement instruments (the world was round before we were able to scientifically verify it!).-Dr. Ibrahim Karim ⚗️
I have thought this for a while and its one of my top frustrations with the scientific community. Something isn’t “untestable” and thus unfalsifiable simply because we don’t have the right testing instrument. I see plenty of scientists make this mistake. Dr. Karim is good people.
BioGeometry? HOLY SHIT BATMAN, IT’S DR. KARIM AGAIN!- BioGeometry is a science of quality. When we speak about a science of quality, we are referring to a science which studies how different things affect each other on an unperceivable, subtle energy level. Qualities have traditionally been seen as subjective as in the fields of Humanities and Arts. In the science of BioGeometry, we show an inner level to qualities that can be used in an objective, scientific manner.
For those of you into the hard sciences, I implore you to give Dr. Karim a look. To give his life’s work just a few paragraphs in my newsletter feels insulting, its truly groundbreaking. For those into the flaccid sciences, give him a look, too! 🍆
PS- what do you call a 68? You do me, and I owe you one 😜
PPS- ♋️ I’m a cancer so I have special affinity for this number.