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  • Writer's pictureAmelia Nicol

Forget About It.

Inventions of escape, the reference and record of that which must be or have been, the reference points of actuality in that which is beyond sense and the ways in which the ability to forget allots free thought. The distinctions of space and timing in that which is specific to a supposed environment or body, the limits of partiality or wholeness upon body or environment and the assumptions of reference in that which is obvious or conditioned as focal. Conditioned reality and the ways in which any amount of data or information could change context. The cognitive selection strategies based in first thought, best thought and the rapid economy of solution or the possibility in slowing down and working to critically think, digest and analyze. The quickness of supposition in that which is assumed part or indicative of reference, the necessary work to slow down, concentrate and focus on that which is less likely, random and chaotic, that which is forgotten. The ways in which any amount of quickly attained data or information could seem to have relevance or the ways in which short term memory tends to pretend. The distinctions of knowledge and the suppositions of applicability and memory for data, the wanted actuality of that which isn't easily memorized fact, but which takes cognitive and critical thought and digestion to understand. The quick facts I forget, and the need for the slow critical and cognitive ways of remembering. The ways in which quick facts taken out of context could pretend to be actual knowledge and the ease of testing mentality in dictionaries who will always know better. New studies, always newer and newer studies with fewer and fewer requirements in review. The need for information reliability and the wanted distinctions in that which allots forgetfulness, the impossibility of interruption and the ways in which nature conditions cognitive reasoning and slow analysis. Free thought, the need for freedom of association and freedom of expression in that which is partiality or wholeness in environment or body and the ways in which focal devoid patterning in the ability to forget and notice of obscure and detailed interest could be easily taken out of context. The ways in which variety and variability condition unrest and excitement, the wanted figures of interest or interruption and the ways in which any amount of data or information could be tricked by reference and record, the quickness of recall and the fierceness in any amount of dictionary testing. Impressions of data and the figures of soft data elicitation in the space created in interruption or forgetfulness, the way the sunrise always interrupts my thoughts, the sharp contrast of thought that happens during such an interruption, these defenses in poetry and the wanted loss of words, awe and the necessity in knowledge and information deciding itself, the usefulness of any amount of information I have remembered could be better decided by the situations I'm met with than my own fervor in memory. Situations in which something I have learned could occur to me again only because I was in a situation where it was necessary to me. The ability to forget and the need for free thought. Data recall and relevance, the ways in which information and the variability assumed in any situation could shift dilemma or even the situation itself, the wanted conditions of space and thoughtfulness, the necessity in split second rapid response and the actuality of cognitive reasoning in slow analysis and abstraction. Conceptual abstractions, the ease of deliberate avoidance and the wanted convenience of concentration beyond unfair expectation. The sighing immediacy of that which is possible and the actuality of any amount of recombinative data anywhere at any time. Natural timing of relevance and the currents of timing in that which is too quick to notice or it's so huge and has so much impact we just can't forget. And then almost immediately do. Attention spanning seconds, the oblivion in concentration and the necessary guard against that which encourages split second decisions without thought, without analysis...almost without actual choice. Think for yourself: according to Carol and Carol Tarvis and Wade, critical thinkers are not afraid to say we do not know. There's always time for uncertainty, there's always better questioning.

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