“Colleges and universities are a microcosm in the macrocosm. They are the best representation of scaled down human collective consciousness that I know. They’re a better representation than corporations because they’re more independent internally, and their interface with the real world, ­­ their ‘membrane,’ ­­ is more static and unconscious. They’re better examples of ‘group think’ than small countries because they are stable and generate involuted thinking. They are more isolated…”

“Colleges and universities limit human evolution to change in small ways. The alternative is mentoring, and people used to do that. Why do people now pay universities $­40,000 a year to be ‘taught’ things disconnected from the real world?

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