After 2 weeks of research, rumination, and writing, I have completed what may well be my magnum opus - a lengthy treatise on the Intense World theory of autism and its numerous mindblowing revelations about the neurotype. Even if autism isn't one of your interests, I humbly request that you read this any way as the implications of this theory are truly revolutionary and need to be heard by everyone.
Another great piece. Regarding learning, I seem to find active learning a challenge because often there are other things that are more stimulating. I have focus when something is new and exciting, but that wears off after a while and I seek pastures a new.
Thank you, @bmh! For me personally, learning by reading and doing is the only method that works for me. I am so incapable of learning by listening that you would likely be convinced that I was severely mentally challenged if you ever tried to verbally teach me how to do anything.
This was so great, I really think it needs a wider audience.
Thank you VERY much, @fragmentandreflect! I appreciate you reading/commenting. I've been trying to improve SEO and do other things to increase the audience, but I guess autism just isn't a subject that interests a lot of people, sadly. ):
Maybe just give it a bit more time :)
A very interesting theory. If autistic brains are hyper-connected, more active, and generate more information, then maybe they could be considered something like natural marvels, since they function at an arguably higher level than non-autistic brains. (Perhaps the world would be a better place after all if autistics were the majority?)
Also, if it's true that autistics have a stronger desire for sameness and a lower tolerance for novelty/change, then when my extreme nostalgia for the 2000s and general dislike/aversion to change is considered, perhaps I am actually one of the most autistic individuals in the world? :^)
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