Monthly Archives: November 2021

Trust Your Brain pt.2 – Lag Time Is Perceptual

In part one of this Trust Your Brain series of articles I spoke about how data organizes over time in a specific way with a specific type of exposure, and that your brain automatically starts to process and organize this … Continue reading

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Trust Your Brain Pt.1. – Self-Organizing Learning

Good morning! It’s been a very positive week for me. I’ve won my first writing award (more on that later) but this was taken a few days before I won the award and got two silver medals for my short … Continue reading

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How to do ‘Impossible’ Things in ‘Impossible’ Timeframes

  The video below is of me writing all 2,136 Jouyou Kanji from the approved government list (+100 more) from memory, using only the english keyword for each Kanji to write them. In July of this year, after a whirlwind … Continue reading

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Watch Me Write all 2,136 Jouyou Kanji (proof of concept)

Greetings! The final phase of my research is complete. I wanted to ensure I did a “proof of concept” video within my current timeline. After my first month I memorized 1,009 Kanji but was hit with some bad health issues … Continue reading

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350 Hours of Listening – (results so far)

Hey guys. So i’m¬†actually¬†finished with my first leg of my Kanji journey, that is, the 2,136 Kanji plus or minus maybe 20 Kanji that I added along the way. Because there are so many Kanji (and individual Kanji) to learn, … Continue reading

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