Being Human

by Anne
(USA)

Let's get this straight. A personality test, which is comprised of human psychology and theory (in layman's terms that's: opinion.) tells everyone how you will behave and exactly who you are?


Now let's go over the "opinion" thing. Everything that we are has been based on HUMAN opinion, which is in essence a personality flaw in itself:


No group of people put together can decide (without direct marketing of course) which popular psychologist they prefer. Some will like Fromm, some will like Jung, while others might prefer Freud. If we tore apart each of these popular psychologists personalities we could come to the conclusion that they were all human after all and really only understood some basic mechanics on human thought, and mostly theirs. It's their opinion of others that put them in the books, and marketing them to others made their particular opinions popular. I have read books from all three of the above listed and have come to the conclusion that they spent the majority of their time here on this planet running around in circles trying to understand something that is not understandable, and a machine algorithm isn't going to tell you anymore than they could, after all it is just a machine and is subject to human error, both from the operator and from the programmer. But we as human's keep running around in this same circle trying to figure out the same old things only to discover that we didn't really know anything to begin with....



o·pin·ion/əˈpinyən/
Noun:

A view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge.
The beliefs or views of a large number or majority of people about a particular thing.

Please note that the majority will follow popular opinion when searching for answers. Doesn't make it true or fact. Now a fact is another definition that needs a little HUMAN clarification. Of course you never hear the words; "I don't know".



A Few ideologies

tests: A group of questions designed to get a basic understanding of knowledge of certain areas met by certain criteria. (My version)




Thematic Apperception
psychologists Henry Murray and Christiana D. Morgan developed the test

Test should be rendered invalid, a psychologists who supposedly knows the human mind would not commit suicide. Of course this is pure conjecture (being opinion; namely mine).


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christiana_Morgan



Ho·pin·ion/əˈpinyən/
Noun:

A view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge.
The beliefs or views of a large number or majority of people about a particular thing.enry Murray

ideology is outdated and repetitive:
Mostly an extension of Jung.

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/398241/Henry-Murray






o·pin·ion/əˈpinyən/
Noun:

A view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge.
The beliefs or views of a large number or majority of people about a particular thing.


Rorschach inkblot test still used today in some studies, based on Sigmund Freud (who was popular in his time as a psychologist, yet not accepted by a number of other well known psychologists during his time) Hermann Rorschach developed the test and was apparently a Freud fan. Seriously folks we break down studies of humans with inkblots???? Why not just have them go out and throw paint on the sidewalk and then have them tell you what that symbolizes?


http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Hermann_Rorschach



mri's: I'm no physics major, but I can tell you that these machines are only as good as their manufacture, anything that put's out computer generated code or pictures can be manipulated: this is a known fact.
follow this link for more info on MRI's.

http://www.simplyphysics.com/page2_9.html

yet another link, please note the referenced "I" and "if".

http://microchip-implants.co.uk/index.php/health-issues-and-microchip-implants/possbile-mri-incompatibility

While the thoughts on this seem jumbled and erratic, that too is a matter of opinion, this was designed to make people search for answers, not outlined to tell them how to think.


no matter what you come up with a flaw can be found in your argument.

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