Eventually, B convinces A and C and drops their respective arguments with the following argument.
"According to Newton's third law, centripetal force and centrifugal force are action and reaction forces, equal in magnitude and opposite in direction, acting on different objects. When circling, centripetal force acts on the stone, centrifugal force acts on the hand, so the stone flying out is certainly not the role of centrifugal force; according to Newton's second law, the stone, such as inertial centrifugal force, will produce acceleration, and in fact the stone did not produce acceleration, so what C said is also wrong; for circular motion of the stone by the centripetal force, the rope breaks, the stone is not bound by centripetal force (role). According to Newton's first law, the stone will be in uniform linear motion along the tangent direction, which is exactly the 'inertia' of the object".
Obviously, the argument makes the facts clearer and more explicit. People perceive and remember correct knowledge as a result of arguments.
Argument is a special method of recollection combined with repetitive memory in the form of audible language. It can sometimes turn memories that have not yet taken root and memories that lack confidence into definite memories, and it can also make the previous experiences in brain storage develop and improve in the argument.
(30) Friendship memory method
Gu Yanwu opposed the idea of "learning alone without friends" and "staying on one side for a long time". He believes that this is not conducive to receiving new information and memory activities, over time will become a "frog at the bottom of the well".
Inspiration for memory enhancement comes unintentionally during conversations with friends, which are very rare. Interaction is a valuable resource for the prepared mind.
The problem is to go out with problems and improve memory in the interaction, not only to broaden the horizons and improve the ability to deal with various problems, but also to remember a lot of useful information, and because part of the content to be remembered in the process of talking with friends to be solved and greatly reduce the brain's memory burden of information to be remembered during non-interaction time. "There are certainly things about your school friends or other friends that are not as good as yours, but there are also things about them that are better than yours. Having a meaningful exchange of ideas will enable you to remember more valuable information.
The English writer George Bernard Shaw said graphically, "If you have an apple and I have an apple and exchange them with each other, then each has only one apple. If you have one thought, and I have one thought, and exchange them with each other, each of us has two thoughts, or even more than two thoughts." Social interaction, than from books to obtain information has a broader content, more direct channels, more rapid speed and so on. With the expansion of interaction, dozens, hundreds or even thousands of people exchange ideas, then each person may remember dozens, hundreds or even thousands of ideas.
The more memory methods you choose, the more reasonable and scientific they are, the faster the memory efficiency. If you choose more than two methods to memorize, you have to be like a famous piano player, with all fingers moving together but with light and heavy, so that the chosen methods can synergize with each other and add value to each other, so that the effect of memorization can be fully highlighted. If you can create a memory method that suits you and use it in a way that does not lose the other, your memory potential will be fully realized.
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I. The basic theory of thinking power
1. What is thinking?
Definition of thinking
The word "thinking" in English for thinking, in Chinese, "thinking" and "thinking", "thinking In Chinese, "thinking" and "thinking" and "thinking" are synonyms or near-synonyms. The Etymology says: "Thinking means to ponder, to think."
Thinking science believes that thinking is the process of receiving information, storing information, processing information and the output of information activities, and is the process of reflecting objective reality in general, which is the nature of thinking information theory point of view.
Physiologically speaking, thinking is a high-level physiological phenomenon, is a biochemical reaction process in the brain, is the source of the second signal system. The so-called second signal system is a system of reactions with language as a stimulus, as opposed to the first signal system - a system of reactions with signals received directly by the senses, such as electricity, sound, light, etc. as stimuli.
In terms of the nature of thinking, thinking is a conscious, indirect and generalized reflection of the essential properties and internal laws of objective reality by the conscious human brain.
Elements of thinking
Thinking contains "thinking object" and "thinking subject" two elements.
The object of thinking is the goal to which people's thinking is directed. From the point of view of the thinking method to examine the object of thinking, the main characteristics of the "infinite number", "infinite number of properties" and "infinite changes" in three aspects.
The subject of thinking is the mind of the person who is engaged in practical activity or who is thinking.
Characteristics of thinking
(1) Generality and Indirectness
Generalization is the most significant characteristic of thinking. Generalization is the basis of intellectual qualities such as speed, flexibility of transfer, breadth and depth of thinking activity, and creative processes. The higher the generality, the stronger the knowledge, the more flexible the migration, the more developed a person's intelligence and thinking ability, creative ability.
Indirectness is the indirect reflection of thinking on objective things by virtue of knowledge and experience. Because of the indirect nature of thinking, human beings can go beyond the information provided by the senses, through the "coarse to extract the essence, to remove the false to keep the true, from this to the other, from the surface to the inside" of the thinking activities, to recognize the various properties of things that do not act directly on the human senses, to reveal the essence of things, to foresee the development of things.
(2) logic and image
Logical reflects the thinking is an abstract rational understanding, indicating that the thinking process has a certain form, method and law.
Figurative means that thinking is often carried out with the help of figurative materials, the image is both a carrier and a tool for thinking.
In most cases, the thinking activity is often logical and imaginative together.
(3) unity and difference
Unity refers to the human nature of thinking and universality. The British thinker de Bono compared the thinking of different nationalities, pointed out that: in more than 100,000 people directly trained in his thinking, despite the great differences in age, ability, interests, race, ethnicity and social and cultural background, but in the most basic level of thinking, the response is surprisingly consistent.
The fact that the most basic things about the human ability to think are consistent does not mean that there are no differences in thinking between people. Quite the contrary, each person often thinks very differently on a deep level. Differences include ethnic differences, cultural differences, and individual differences. For individuals, thinking differences have a more important significance, it helps individuals to recognize their own thinking and choose the appropriate form and method of thinking training.