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Others as well as appropriately critical and mobilized in the face f injusticeEven in the earlier chapters McCann and Weinberg demonstrate relatively little concern with these humanist goals Instead they content themselves with using the best ideas humans have created after millennia Wyrąbany chodnik of trial and error and centuriesf scientific inuiry to help business executives leverage 10x teams and activate force fields that will generate a sustainable competitive advantage 248 302 This disparity between gravity Cry Of The Wolf of subject matter and frivolousnessf application is alarming and renders Super Thinking a much less valuable text than it could have beenThis review was riginally published n my blog wordsdirt I picked this up for two reasons1 I ve read Gabriel s first book Traction and found it immensely helpful2 I m a big fan How to Grow Hydroponic Marijuana At Home: A Complete Guide to Growing Most Potent Cannabis Ever! of mental models Have read Robert Cialdini Dan Kahnemann Dan Ariely Malcolm Gladwell Richard Thaler a bunchf La Prise de l'Elysée: Les Campagnes Présidentielles de la Ve République others including being a regular at Farnam Street though haven t been able to consistently use than a handfulf themSo picking a book being portrayed as a single treasure trove from a validated author seemed like a no brainer But I d have to say I m not extremely impressed by itFirst f all it s extremely difficult to weave all the mental models into a story like format rather than just listing all f them The Ugly Princess out I can totally understand the amountf work that must have gone into this to infuse storytelling and make it as relatable as possible for readers to understand And for that I really appreciate the authors However following were some f the things I didn t like1 I m not sure if all the mental models that were talked about in this are actually mental models in reality Cases in point barriers to entry exit appeasement technology adoption life cycle etc In my view they re actual literal concepts terms and I m not sure in what respect are they being referred to as mental models2 Given that mental models is still not an extremely prevalent thing and is still finding its roots in the lower echelons f the society general populace I think a lot f the common and predominant mental models covered in the book should have found explanations Case in point Confirmation biasI mean if I m expected to apply these mental models in my life then surely a couple f paragraphs will not suffice to drive home the point3 I m not sure how much efforts the authors had put in to de jargonise the concepts I mean at a few places I even found myself who s always interested in the subject just aimlessly slogging through the pages to get ver it4 I also think people who re new to the world f mental models might find it difficult to get a hold Harvest to Hydrosol: Distill Your Own Exquisite Hydrosols at Home of the concepts in this book becausef the above factors Because when you re talking technical not easy to understand things you cannot expect to just touch Hunchback over them and expect people to get it5 And surprising part is even with the lackf the above things I felt the book still was unnecessarily lengthy I mean it took me close to a month to wrap it up which is usually never the case And definitely not for a book Buddy of 300dd pagesAnd finally not so much as a concern for readers but for authors I think the title The Space Child's Mother Goose of the book is reallyff putting to the general public And it s not my The Quotable Hitchens from Alcohol to Zionism: The Very Best of Christopher Hitchens opinion It s what Ibserved from the expressions and receptiveness The Greatest Survival Stories Ever Told: Seventeen Incredible Tales of people when they came to know that I m reading a book called Super Thinking A good collectionf mental models extracted from various disciplines which if applied properly can help broaden Easy Connections one s perspective Very similar to Charlie Munger s emphasisn breadth Cómo ligar con esa chica que tanto te gusta y a la que le gusta otro of knowledge and when magic happens when a confluencef factors across a broad spectrum manifest themselves in a lollapalooza effect A few mental models that stood Death Threat out1 Argue from first principles go back to basics and figureut what are we really trying to solve2 Be aware that your views are being framed by people around you eg first impressions media3 To avoid personal biases r framed perspective walk a mile in their shoes try to see from their point f view as impartially as possible using a third person s view How are we being perceived by the bserver4 Learned s view How are we being perceived by the bserver4 Learned people stop trying when they believe their efforts just don t cut it any r it s just not worth it any Results in active disengagement 5 Thinking gray the world is not black and white Truly effective leaders are able to see shades f gray inherent in a situation and make wise decisions Porter Rockwell: A Biography on how to proceed 6 Tragedyf the commons free riders stems back to human nature to be selfish and greedy Especially if the specific action does not come with any negative conseuences financial social civic etc Rules and regulations need to be set to draw the line they need to be enforced Satire or else another negative norm is set which will make it harder to unwind Good examplen the preschool imposition Deflower the Boss of preschool late pick up fines that made itkay to pay for the teachers extra time leading to late pick ups When the fine was removed the numbers didn t recover because a new norm has been set7 Asymmetric information eg Real Estate agent vs buyer8 Goodhart s law when a measure becomes a target it ceases to be a good measure 9 Technical debt in programming most coders tend to prioritise short term code fixes Hebrew magic amulets over long term well designednes Over time the debts accumulate to make the code clunky and someone in the future will have to fix the mess Short termism10 Path dependence Sometimes the utcome was decided by a path taken earlier Trick is to recognize points f no return11 Paradox Being There of choicever abundance هذه بلادنا: الجواء of choice lead to fearf making suboptimal choices unhappiness Improve design by limiting choice where possible12 The top idea in your mind most people have Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom oner two and their thoughts will drift toward when they re allowed to Normally these are things that excite them because they are impactful However not many rganisations allow time for people to have their minds drift freely into these top ideas and put them into actions These are the ideas that can move the needle and generate passion amongst people eg Google13 Deep work allow people to spend time n tackling the really tough things undisturbed Most people will want to solve problems they know how to solve These are the B problems at best In the long run the company will be a B company The A problems are hard by definition and reuire deep unobstructed work and to be a truly top rganisation deep work n top f best people are needed to solve the really tough problems14 What is important is seldom urgent and what is urgent is seldom important Dwight Eisenhower 15 Parkinson s law work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion 15 Reframe the problem to help look at it from different angles The shortcuts can normally be found eg hackers reframe the problem from How can "we best guess your password to how can we best get your password 16 It s not the most intellectual " best guess your password to how can we best get your password 16 It s not the most intellectual strongest f species that survives but the ne that is best to adapt to the changing environment17 Don t fight with nature inertia reuires significant amount f activation energy Make sure you have that first 18 Shirky principle institutions will try to preserve the problem which they are the solution Reminds me f Ronald Reagan s autobiography where he shared his encounter with unemployment ffices discouraging people to take up jobs but to receive their handouts instead bureaucracy s number ne bjective is to preserve The Bureaucracy19 Flywheel A Rotating bureaucracy19 Flywheel a rotating that is used to store energy to create momentum20 Homeostasis The War at Home: One Family's Fight Against PTSD organism regulates itself around a certain condition similar torganisations regulating itself around a certain metrics r values You can just read Super Thinking a fun illustrated guide to every mental model you could possibly need How can mental models help you Well here are just a few examples • If you've ever been verwhelmed by a to do list that's grown too long maybe you need the Eisenhower Decision Matrix to help you prioritize • Use the 5 Whys model to better understand people's motivations r get to the root cause f a problem • Before concluding that your colleague who messes up your projects is ut to sabotage you consider Hanlon's Razor for an alternative explanatio. When I saw a tweet from Annie Duke saying the world would improve immediately if everyone read this book I had to check it ut I wasn t disappointed This book is simple easy to follow and gives mental models that greatly help your decision making It has a heavy Charlie Munger influence and feel throughout the book which was an added bonus The authors uote him Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle: A History of the American Cowboy in Song, Story and Verse often and use him and Warren Buffett in several examples I also appreciated that it was written by the DuckDuckGo CEO as he used some good technology references that I enjoyed I could write a lot about the different models covered but I ll spare an exhaustive list just know you will have the decision making tools billionaires like Charlie Munger use to simplify complex decisions across a wide arrayf industries You will see connections you d normally miss and have insights that put you in an advantageous position when it comes to judgment and decision making It s a great read worth checking Set Theory, Logic and Their Limitations out Mental Models applied in real life contextThe book did an excellent job by connecting mental models in real life context using a storytelling style rather an academic listingf the modelsHighly recommend No star rating I think it would rely too much n individual contextST is a book about everything and nothingMental models are framed named concepts than encapsulated knowledge and bservation to simplify reasoning and problem solving But the problem is they are everywhere it s hard to classify them they have very different rigins and they are products f very different disciplines The Stringbean Murders or just streamsf thoughtThat s why this book basically feels like an aggregation أساطير شعبية من قلب جزيرة العرب: الجزء الرابع ofther books summaries Books Stricken (Asphalt Cowboys, of very differentrigin audience Usually very good books And usually very different summary I think Why I think Because TBH I haven t found almost anything new here it means I m revisiting knowledge I ve collected closer to the root Maybe that s why everything was clear and straightforward but how could I say whether it s the same for a person who doesn t read that muchFor me the major uestion is does it make sense to create books like that Books that collect the essential The Sporty Game outcomes the final productsf long deep considerations To be honest I m not sure but rather not Eg the value American Yakuza II of Thinking Fast and Slow is much larger than just the conceptf two personalities and can t be summarized Inventions That Changed the World: Working Wonders on few pagesButn the Love Onboard: Cupid's Caribbean Cruise other hand maybe a book like ST will be a beginningf a journey for several people who get inspired reading about all these models Maybe I love mental models but this book can t even install 1 Vertical Mind: Psychological Approaches for Optimal Rock Climbing of them to the readers mind It is a listf 100s Blood Love of mental models explained in a few sentences This should not have been a book but a listf mental models instead maybe a webpage r something I m not sure what was Gabriel thinking turning this into a book but each mental model deserves its wn course practices posts examples Each mental model can be turned in to small books But cramming 100s f them into a single book like this is just foolish Overall I can nly recommend this book if you want to go ver 100s f mental models in a fast way But when someone creates a decent mental model list in to a searchable form this book will be history Here is my list enjoy Before starting it I had misgivings about whether Lauren McCann and Gabriel Weinberg s Super Thinking would be worthwhile for me to read This was mainly because I have already studied a lot f mental models from various fields f research and also because it seemed a bit too self helpy for my taste But my best friend bought me a copy so I took it up in rder to discuss with himTo its credit Super Thinking is probably the most comprehensive and up to date collection f mental models recurring concepts that help us explain predict DIY, Dammit!: A Practical Guide to Curse-Free Crafting or approachseemingly disparate subjects available to modern readers vii McCann and Weinberg s goal is to highlight a varietyf broadly useful r super models that serve as mental tools for successfully understanding and navigating the many challenges f life viii They claim that the proper application f these models will result in the ability to think better about the world which you can use to your advantage to make better decisions both personally and professionally viii emphasis theirsThe book is clever and well written with lots f images funny comics and unintimidating graphs that provide multiple pathways to content comprehension Its strongest feature is the sheer number Civil rights, tool of communist deception of mental modelsn ffer and how McCann and Weinberg weave them together in series f thematic chapters Although many Cutthroat of the shareverlapping concepts and sometimes feel a bit redundant the conceptual synthesis An Eastern Orthodox Response to Evangelical Claims on display here is impressiveI enjoyed the first halff this book much than the second half This is because Super Thinking starts The Claiming of the Shrew out by focusingn how mental models can improve Summoned our personal decision making whereas it ends with an examinationf how they can improve ur performance in professional life I especially enjoyed the first four chapters which explain how to be less wrong in general how to avoid and effectively deal with unintended conseuences how to spend your time wisely and how understanding the laws f nature can help us Become Realistic Resilient And realistic resilient and were several mental models that were new to me r that I enjoyed revisiting since I m bad at following them These include Overfitting the pposite Baghdad, Mon Amour: A Journey of Exile and Return of Ockham s razor When you use anverly complicated explanation when a simpler Dead Inside one will do 10 Anchoring Your tendency to rely too heavilyn first impressions when making decisions 14 Optimistic Probability Bias When you want something to be true so badly that you fool yourself into thinking it is likely to be true 33 Luck Surface Area Your personal luck surface area will increase as you interact with people in diverse situationsYou need to relax your rules for how you engage with the world 122My enjoyment f Super Thinking took a hit as the book became and preoccupied with professional achievement The latter chapters which have titles like Unlocking People s Potential and Flexing Your Market Power reveal an unacknowledged mental model that dominates McCann and Weinberg s approach Modern America s hyper capitalized way f defining success through market mechanisms material gain and labor competition For exampleWhen you are undifferentiated with no sustainable competitive advantage and therefore no market power you are completely subject to the supply and demand forces in the market and the price they deliver to you That speaks to picking an industry in high demand for the long termIt also speaks to the need to differentiate yourself from your peers by developing a uniue set The Taste of Spruce Gum of skills that the market values Then you have thepportunity to demand higher compensation by demonstrating the distinctive value you bring to your employers r clients 284To be clear I don t think McCann and Weinberg are wrong about the importance and function f differentiation in the modern labor market Further I think their Business Related Discussions Throughout related discussions throughout book are both shrewd and well intentionedThe problem is that I have an intellectual aversion to this way She Stoops to Conquer of writing and thinking about human beings and the actf living If mental models really are as powerful and profound as McCann and Weinberg claim which I believe they are shouldn t they serve a higher purpose than merely allowing us to better conform to the strictures Slow Getting Up: A Story of NFL Survival from the Bottom of the Pile ofur unfair and arguably broken economic system Shouldn t they teach us how to build better families and friendships better communities and better civic identities Shouldn t they unlock Orb our potential to become compassionate and less judgmentalf. You can't really know anything if you just remember isolated facts If the facts don't hang together The Dandy and Lady Penelope on a latticeworkf theory you don't have them in a usable form You've got to have models in your head Charlie Munger investor vice chairman f Berkshire HathawayThe world's greatest problem solvers forecasters and decision makers all rely n a set Multi-Family Therapy of frameworks and shortcuts that help them cut through complexity and separate good ideas from badnes They're called mental models and you can find them in dense textbooks n psychology physics economics and Or. 1 Technology adoption cycle innovators 25% early adopters 135% early majority 34% late majority 34% laggards 16%22 Metcalfe s law non linear growth in network value when nodes are connected to ne another 23 Accept that we are surrounded by chaotic system and adaptability is the key success factor Don t be lulled into a sense f stability and put effort into creating a perfect system in the stable system that does not exist in the first places It s kay to plan ahead just be aware that all it takes is a flap f the butterfly s wings to undo the plans24 Luck surface area lucky people are not lucky They tend to spread themselves that covers a wide surface area such that when an pportunity arises they are there25 For any issues you can find people A History of Prophecy in Israel, Revised and Enlarged on both sides with numbers to back up their position26 Survivorship bias surveys are filled by people who care enough to response Eg surviving WW2 planes were analysed and reinforced basedn where they were hit the most but realised that these were the planes that survived and the places most hit are the Think good thoughts about a pussycat ones that need the least reinforcements because Pilots can survive even when those areas are hit hard27 Bayesian starting from a prior intuition and converge toward the truth Faster but prone to localptimum Freuentist starting from scratch based One, Two, Three Me on cold hard numbers More accuratenly if there big enough and diversified sample size 28 Hysteresis system s current state can depend n its history eg T cells that help power ur immune system upon activation would reuire lower threshold to reactivate29 Knowns and unknowns 2x2 matrix Objective is to move as many things it known knowns as possible Known unknowns get help from Sex and Lust in Tijuana: True Sex Stories of the Tjamigos others who know unknown knowns get some experience unknown unknowns thought experiments scenario analysis to minimise blind spots30 Bewaref groupthink Typically associated to person with the highest demonstration f confidence able to get their bandwagons going with followers jumping n uickly creating a convergent thinking environment 31 Social norms is powerful than market norms Eg Tea for Ruby one is less likely to want to be paid by neighbours to babysit their kid vs doing them a favour 32 Distributive justice vs procedural justice euity vs euality 33 Strawmanpponent misrepresent the issue by associating your argument to something else that s easy to attack and incite emotions34 Loss leader strategy The Life of Saint Philip Neri one product is priced low to increase the demand for complementary products35 Sometimes thenly winning move is not to play Not all conflicts need to be tackled head n r resolved Need to be selective else it is going to severely drain your resources36 Generals always fight the last war Successful people leaders are where they are because f their past victories and modus perandi which helped them leapfrog the then status uo Until when they become the status uo37 Organisations hardly ever have perfect resources nor can they always afford to wait until they have better I only Like the Fingers of the Guy I Hate, Vol. 1 ones before moving forward Great people are unlikely to be concentrated in a singlerganisation Successful The Whistle Pig organisations are successful because right people are led in the right way38 10x teamsr 10x employees Right confluence f factors to lead to superior performance However the utput may not be replicated when they switch roles r projects 39 Creating a 10x team reuires a leader to understand the difference and nuances It goes way beyond just putting a body n the job but having the right skills attitude personalities within the team More Church Planting Is for Wimps: How God Uses Messed-Up People to Plant Ordinary Churches That Do Extraordinary Things often than not largerganisations have the tendency to trust their processes too much that people feel like they re just a cog in the machine and hence feel disengaged instead A Stepdaughter In Heat of creating a 10x team a 01x team was created40 Three typesf people reuired in different phases f rganisation project life cycles commando speed no rules create a beachhead army large numbers to build systems and infrastructures to extend advantage police enforce rules build stability for growth Having the wrong group at the wrong time can hurt you a lot than helps41 The fox knows many things but the hedgehog knows Rufus one big thing Successful businesses were started by hedgehogs having a singular focus to be good atne core idea However for the successful company to survive in the long term they need foxes Hedgehogs tend to have a focused world view whereas foxes tend to be cautious and pragmatic 42 When giving feedbacks with radical candour Being vague and abstract is much easier because it avoids the hard work f identifying specific examples and the psychological stress f debating the nuances around those specifics If you care enough for the person gotta put in the hard work43 Dunning Kruger effect early part You Are a Miserable Excuse for a Hero!: Book One in the Just Make a Choice! Series of the learning curve is exciting But it is uickly followed by the realityn how much do you have to learn before you become the expert and finally the satisfying feeling when the expertise is the expert and finally the satisfying feeling when the expertise is Key is to not give up after the initial euphoria Applies to many things in life people tend to be happier in their youth and ld age 44 Self serving bias you re likely to say that your mistakes could not have been predicted and likely to apply hindsight bias to be critical f Women and Social Work: Towards a Woman-Centered Practice others45 Being explicit about the cultural norms in a company isne f the most high leverage activities you can do as a leader46 Manager s schedule vs maker s schedule 47 The nly way to generate The Cowboys outstanding returns is to be right and contrarian Just being right is not enough but don t be a contrarian for the sakef being a contrarian that s dangerous48 Vision without action is a daydream Action without vision is a nightmare Japanese proverb 49 OODA loop Sins of Treachery observerient decide act Air Force Pilots are trained to go through OODA loops uickly during dogfights where there s no time for analysis 50 Pivoting is difficult because it cuts against rganisational inertia involves penly admitting failures time for analysis 50 Pivoting is difficult because it cuts against My Grandfather's Prison: A Story of Death and Deceit in 1940s Kansas City organisational inertia involvespenly admitting failures reuires finding a better solution all at the same time51 Only the paranoid survive As I read this book I would get up and go see myself in front f a mirror and say You know nothing John Snow lol This is ne Whos Next? Guess Who! of those books that will change your life uproot it twist it it will literally chew you and spitut It combines the traditional and machine wisdomlearnings that is well written with examples to understandYou will think about your friends family co workers all the events in the past all the living and non living You would remember how some f these mental models were applied n you Papi's Gift or how you unknowingly fell pray to themThis book has something for everyone Whether you are starting a company working a normal 9 5 job parenting play competitive sports etc the bookffers timeless mental models that will not just make you experience life through a whole new dimension but it will also help you get better at decision making reading people dealing with conflict motivating yourself and thers Awesome bookThe authors apparently wrote the book for themselves which makes it even useful and valuableI would have personally used even picturesgraphs to explain and compare ideasbehaviorA book worth returning to I have found my new favorite book and wrote 278 Anki cards to memorize all these mental models shared in the bookThis is not a book to read casually you probably wouldn t remember much f it This is a book to read slowly study and rememberThank you Gabriel Weinberg and Laurent McCann for taking the time to write this book It will help me for many years to comeI wish I had it 15 years ago but life is a never ending self improvement experience Looking forward to changing from cargo cult scientist to super thinkerNow I ll have to find Super Thinking partners to join me Flash Fiction Forward: 80 Very Short Stories on this journe. N • Ever sat through a bad movie just because you paid a lot for the ticket You might be falling prey to Sunk Cost Fallacy • Set up Forcing Functions like standing meetingr deadlines to help grease the wheels for changes you want to グライネリエ 1 [Grainerie 1] occurSo the next time you find yourself faced with a difficult decisionr just trying to understand a complex situation let Super Thinking upgrade your brain with mental modelsNote in the US the subtitle is The Big Book f Mental Models and utside it is Upgrade Your Reasoning and Make Better Decisions with Mental Models.

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  1. says: Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org

    Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org Gabriel Weinberg Ò 6 Free read I love mental models but this book can't even install 1 of them to the readers mind It is a list of 100s of mental models explained in a few sentences This should not have been a book but a list of mental models instead maybe a webpage or something I'm not sure what was Gabriel thinking turning this into a book but each mental model deserve

  2. says: review Super Thinking review Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Gabriel Weinberg Gabriel Weinberg Ò 6 Free read

    review Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Gabriel Weinberg Gabriel Weinberg Ò 6 Free read Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org When I saw a tweet from Annie Duke saying the world would improve immediately if everyone read this book I had to check it out I wasn’t disappointed This book is simple easy to follow and gives mental models that greatly help your decision

  3. says: Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org

    Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org As I read this book I would get up and go see myself in front of a mirror and say You know nothing John Snow lol This is one of those books that will change your life uproot it twist it it will literally chew you and spit out It combines the traditional and machine wisdomlearnings that is well written with examples to understandYou will think about your friends family co workers all the events in the past all the living and non living You

  4. says: Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org

    Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org Before starting it I had misgivings about whether Lauren McCann and Gabriel Weinberg’s Super Thinking would be worthwhile for me to read This was mainly because I have already studied a lot of mental models from various

  5. says: review Super Thinking Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org

    Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org Mental Models applied in real life contextThe book did an excellent job by connecting mental models in real life context using a storytelling style rather an academic listing of the modelsHighly recommend

  6. says: review Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Gabriel Weinberg Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org Gabriel Weinberg Ò 6 Free read

    Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org Gabriel Weinberg Ò 6 Free read Awesome bookThe authors apparently wrote the book for themselves which makes it even useful and valuableI would have personally used even picturesgraphs to explain and compare ideasbehaviorA book worth returning to

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    Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org Gabriel Weinberg Ò 6 Free read I picked this up for two reasons1 I've read Gabriel's first book Traction and found it immensely helpful2 I'm a big fan of mental models Have read Robert Cialdini Dan Kahnemann Dan Ariely Malcolm Gladwell Richard Thaler a bunch of o

  8. says: review Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Gabriel Weinberg Gabriel Weinberg Ò 6 Free read review Super Thinking

    Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org No star rating I think it would rely too much on individual contextST is a book about everything and nothingMental models are framed named concepts than encapsulated knowledge and observation to simplify reasoning and problem solving But the problem is they are everywhere it's hard to classify them they have very different origins and they are products of very different disciplines or just streams of thoughtThat's why

  9. says: Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org

    review Super Thinking Gabriel Weinberg Ò 6 Free read Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org I have found my new favorite book and wrote 278 Anki cards to memorize all these mental models shared in the bookT

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    Free Super Thinking – chiangshistory.org review Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ò Gabriel Weinberg A good collection of mental models extracted from various disciplines which if applied properly can help broaden one’s perspective Very similar to Charlie Munger’s emphasis on breadth of knowledge and when magic happens when a confluence of factors across a broad spectrum manifest themselves in a lollapalooza effect A few mental models that stood out1 Argue from first principles go back to basics and figu

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