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Post Re: Optimal Trajectory/Mate|Vocation v Optimal Vocation|Mate
gccolvin wrote:
aprilflowers -

With respect to cues, what a viewer wants, like what a viewer intends, is irrelevant.


If you want to know your "optimal" "optimum" trajectory, it is irrelevant... but if you write this cue..

"name / optimal-optimum trajecory"
then you will get something that will make you happy and live longest.. regardless if that is what you wanted to hear or not.

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happiness is something that can help someone survive, too once they are free from other things. I would like to see an optimum trajectory that resulted in unhappiness. I do get that one is purely for surival and does not need to bring happiness, but still.


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MultiLnV wrote:
happiness is something that can help someone survive, too once they are free from other things. I would like to see an optimum trajectory that resulted in unhappiness. I do get that one is purely for surival and does not need to bring happiness, but still.


Consider this hypothetical situation:
Perhaps John Doe will live longest if he's trapped in a padded germ free room, with only salad and fish to eat; with no real sex (germs) and the only reproduction might be through artificial means. I can think of a lot more ideas. Optimum without optimal can lead to stuff like that.

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In such a case, would not isolation cause excess stress, which decreases my ability to cope with things and life-span though? Or am I dumb? It would appear that being happy is important, too. Not just safe from say, killshot.


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MultiLnV wrote:
In such a case, would not isolation cause excess stress, which decreases my ability to cope with things and life-span though? Or am I dumb? It would appear that being happy is important, too. Not just safe from say, killshot.



MultiLnV / optimum trajectory / sanctuary
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MultiLnV / optimum-optimal trajectory / sanctuary

If isolation causes you stress and if you indeed can't handle stress without dying, then maybe the optimum trajectory for Multi is different than an optimum trajectory for someone else. There may be lots of different safe places you can go to, and some might be iron clad and have less friends nearby, and the others maynot be as well fortified. (Just an example). The extra search term will help narrow it down about and may make it safer to do an optimum-optimal trajectory so you can just let the matrix decide what will give you both long life and happiness.

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I see flaws in my above post, but I plan to experiment with this. I suppose you could be unhappy if there is only having to live underground and eat worms, but that could also eventually lead to being happy or not.


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If a hyphen is 'or' and a comma means 'and' I would write:
... / optimum, optimal trajectory / ...

That's of both worlds.

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Post Re: Optimal Trajectory/Mate|Vocation v Optimal Vocation|Mate
April, if you are using optimal-optimum and it is taking into account your happiness in conjunction with survival, then it is by definition less than optimum because it is not the optimum. (Not making a judgment on whether it is optimal (sic) to run or not.)

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