This adele fitness parody is the first video I created in order to teach the concept of “three levels of self-awareness”. The premise here is to think about, say, the time difference between here and there, and to imagine what that would feel like if you were on a plane, flying to Paris, and then back again.
Adele fitness parody is the first video I created in order to teach the concept of three levels of self-awareness. The premise here is to think about, say, the time difference between here and there, and to imagine what that would feel like if you were on a plane, flying to Paris, and then back again.
Now that we are familiar with the concept of three levels of self-awareness, we can imagine what this would feel like if you were on a plane, flying to Paris, and then back again. That would require the human brain to do some work.
The human brain can do that. The problem here is that no one has ever actually done that. The idea is that the human brain can be triggered to “do” something just by being presented with a thought, and then the thought can be acted upon. So if you’re in a plane and the pilot tells you to turn left, you can do that. But then you might also say, “Uh, I think I’m supposed to turn left.
After all, the pilot had a thought the other day, and it was a thought from the pilot.
The human brain is a powerful tool, not only to generate information but also to perform whatever tasks it may be required to do. But it’s a bit weak, but it can do that. What we have here is the ability to make a thought come out of your thinking and then run it to the screen, where it will act as if it never existed.
The adele fitness parody video above is a good example of this trick. It’s a video of a young man, playing basketball, getting a call from a caller saying, “You have a new opportunity. Just listen carefully now, and you can give me a call back.” The young man responds, “Now? I have to turn left, there’s a game.” And then the video ends. You have to listen, and then you can give him a call back.
The adele fitness parody is a great example of the uncanny valley. When the video starts, the caller gives the young man a number, the young man responds, and the video ends. Later, the caller asks the young man for his number. The young man responds, No, that was just a game. And then the video ends.
That happened to me a few times. Just because you’re watching the video and it ends doesn’t mean you have to call. People are so afraid of the uncanny valley that they are afraid of the possibility that the next time they call, they will be taken over by that voice.
I could get depressed if I think that every time I call my friends and ask for money, I might end up with a hang up or a bad impression. That’s not a good thing though. I’d rather go through the process and not end up with that, than not have the chance to make an impression.