February 2017 Package
February 2017 Package
Here you can purchase this package of 5 chapter-by-chapter books summaries, 5 pages each.
(Members can purchase the above package for only $12.)
Purchase any individual summary from this package for $5 below (members purchase them for $3):
The author is a former FBI agent with a long history of interviewing suspects. He has studied body language in depth (both through scientific research as well as his own experience). This book goes into detail about specific body language signs that every person exhibits. For example, people will only cross their legs when they feel comfortable in a situation, since crossed legs are more unbalanced than a wide stance. While our voices can lie, our brains’ limbic system cannot help but showcase our true intentions. This knowledge is crucial for law enforcement situations, business meetings, as well as your daily social interactions.
By author Jack Donovan (also the author of Becoming a Barbarian). This book provides a rugged rekindling of masculinity. At the core, the virtues of physical strength, courage, mastery, and honor have been lost. Higher “civilized” virtues and morals are only possible once the borders of a group are physically secure by able-bodied men. We have become a masturbatory society of small pleasures and big-government regulations, shunning males’ emotional needs.
The author Mike Cernovich discusses his “Gorilla Mindset”. This book gives practice advice for solidifying your mindset for power and success. It discusses a myriad of topics including brain exercises, posture, diet, and developing an unassailable emotional frame.
The author is a physicist and discusses his theories on time. There is a conflict between Einstein’s general relativity and modern quantum mechanics, and the concept of time is at the heart of this battle. If time is part of an eternal four-dimensional block of spacetime, then nothing can truly change. The author discusses how a “cosmic evolution” could select different laws of physics by spawning new universes over time. He gives several other theoretical examples of how time is “real”, our universe is constantly flowing along in time, and how even the laws of physics can evolve.
The authors devised the Constructal Law in order to describe how nature can organically design itself without a Designer. The essential concept is to view phenomena as a flow of materials (whether the material is water, DNA, lava, or knowledge). The universe naturally optimizes that flow for increased efficiency. This design towards a more efficient flow gives us a similar tree-like structure found in our lung’s alveoli, river tributaries, and academic knowledge, all predicted by the Constructal Law.