Sunday, April 1, 2012

The need for variations in speed according to emotions

When a person or a robot loses something, it is time to re-estimate the value of that thing: should it be valued more in practise than this far? If so, then the present situation where it has been lost should be avoided in plans. But plans often advance via practical estimates of which way goals would be reached best. So there needs to be an extra minus factor, a loss counted for this situation, and that is easiest by slowing down when the goalsetting and the means are not fully all right but need repairing. And by speeding up when the course and the means and goals & side effects are favorable. Then one would naturally choose the most well working wise routes from the holistic perspectiva when optimizing toward any goal.

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