לֶךְ לְךָ מֵאַרְצְךָ וּמִמּוֹלַדְתְּךָ וּמִבֵּית אָבִיךָ

A miracle formula for free thinking?

It definitely exists, you won’t have to train for it like I did for 40 years, I’ll shorten the path for you. Below you will find the 6 tools to think freely.

I came to free thinking when I tried to raise a “level” from the race to my success to understand how I think and what makes me move forward, this is a higher level. True, a higher level is “what I want to be when I grow up” but we’ll ignore that for now.

When you apply “free thought” to “free thought” you get that you should see a profit from the thought and not just the opinions of a thinker, which means financial, health, social profit and in general profit.

Here you will find the formula for free thought but know that it takes years to practice it to an expert level, but the initial improvement takes minutes.

Drawing conclusions through free thought is carried out by cross-referencing information, mathematics, statistics, science, evolution, anthropology and logic and neutralizing unverified assumptions and this is precisely free thought. Usually you look for the answer with the highest probability because 100% is very difficult to achieve.

Let’s say you want to know where Gedi is, if Moshe saw him in the supermarket it is not enough for free thought. But if Moshe saw him in the supermarket, so-and-so’s mother said he was going shopping and we checked Gedi’s credit card charge, then there is a very good chance that Gedi is in the supermarket. This is exactly the way that free thought brings a solution with a good chance.

When there is a crossing of several sources with logic in addition, this is exactly free thought. Elon Musk reads books – information, it makes sense that books develop the imagination – logic, a large part of the successful people in the world read books – more information, from this we conclude with free thinking that reading improves the very thought. When you ask something to which the answer is “that’s how it was” usually free thought will show that it is a mistake. For example: Why is oil added to every food in restaurants?

Where is everybody?

The most common question I get is, “If what is said about nutrition, education, health, government, business, the environment, etc. is true, then where is everyone?”

Why don’t the nutrition professors say there are toxins in vegetables?

Why doesn’t the government separate authorities?

Why don’t we raise free-range chickens so that the eggs are not poisonous to us?

How does the Ministry of Education not force everyone to be good at math, if it is within everyone’s reach?

There is a logical explanation for this, stay on the line for a moment.

Why listen to me?

I don’t think it’s right to listen to me without trying to reach my conclusions yourself or check if things really work, without there being any particular risk. But to notice

To my path that shaped the way I think and is a bit unique: mother is a social worker, father is an electrical engineer, their parents are Holocaust survivors whose entire family was destroyed in the Holocaust except them, the Holocaust was in the air and with it the tendency to think big and different.

We lived in Silicon Valley from the age of 10 to 12, it gave me a second language that comes with thinking in two languages, it makes me think about different paths, I got to know the American culture of doing everything perfectly, building a method for everything. All through high school I was involved in the stock market and reading economic newspapers. I graduated in electrical engineering at the Technion as dean’s honors after 7 semesters, during my studies I founded the first blackjack analyzer company, then an internet casino, a website that made money and finally Plus500 which brought in over 2 billion dollars in the last decade. After Plus500 I started messing around with free thought that is not related to making money after I was harassed by all kinds of health issues, which I solved all by myself, and this sharpened my free thought even more. But suppose there is someone with a path like mine, it’s not enough, because he also needs to invest a lot of time and write it, then improve it and make it available to you. But even that is not enough because you need to get to this content. In short, free thought is relatively rare. This route led me to try to understand what my method was that I did, in addition also my children could practice it without going through my route. By thinking freely on my own, without encountering problems myself I would not be able to solve them. There is a situation that this route is rare. Encountering problems is actually “observation” of the important laws of free thought.

But you have to remember that I’m just an electrical engineer from the Technion. I’m not a doctor, an army champion, a psychologist, a politician, a sociologist, an anthropologist, a writer, a mathematician or a philosopher, but I’m not afraid to explore and touch on all these topics with a free mind. zero fear

In business, I have receipts with Plus500 and a few other companies, but this is not enough, in my opinion, to listen to me without understanding on my own. The main idea here is to teach yourself to think freely. You care about yourselves the most, surely more than I care about you. Read the book or listen and try to develop the free thought yourself.

There is little chance that the “free” voice will reach you

People who come across the answers and solutions that come from free thought ask “So how come the professors don’t say anything if the whole public is misled?”

The answer is through the “tools of science” , you understand that you also need someone to reach the truth, that his voice be heard and that it reach you, and that you relate to it when it reached you. It’s a multiplication of four probabilities, it’s usually small.

In addition, it takes time for new research findings to be incorporated into practice. The process of translating research into practice, known as “knowledge translation”, can take many years.

People want a quick, effortless solution

Our greatest desire as humans is for the smallest effort, not to work hard and achieve a large profit. It’s really simple, you don’t want to spend energy, but you want good food, beautiful partners, money, a tidy house, a huge garden, a luxurious perfume that usually suffocates those around you, status and work really easy to get all of these.

Free thought also tries to achieve the least effort for the greatest gain, but this is hidden from view. This is not clear to most people.

It is clear to me that learning a good profession is much more suitable for lazy people than being a Walt messenger. Because in a good profession you can be lazy. I have always been lazy, so I learned something that the computer works for me. For example, an investment manager who studied economics works easier than a Volt messenger. He has to spend four years studying and that’s it. Walt’s messenger always has to be on the go, he works really hard.

What is misleading is that there is a great effort at the beginning and then a low effort in a good profession, the average effort is lower than other professions. The problem that people shy away from the initial effort is a calculation error of average calculation.

When a person comes to the doctor and complains of heartburn, the doctor will immediately give him an antacid pill, he will not explain to him that it is probably the toxins in the rice or oil he ate. It is clear to me that it is much easier to change the diet than to take pills that the devil knows what their Louie phenomenon is, and they have side effects for sure.

There is no profit in the simple solution

If the plastic doctors who pump liposuction told their patients to simply cut out wheat, oil and sugar, they probably wouldn’t have a job, the people wouldn’t listen and besides, the doctors themselves don’t believe in this solution. Yes, you understood correctly, in legends it would work, that’s why they sell liposuction for 20,000 NIS and not free nutrition for 80 NIS like the book.

The big solutions are usually brought by business companies, solutions of free thought usually do not require drugs or big money, the interest is not financial, usually without an economic model, so we don’t hear them from professionals.

For example, to treat diabetes by changing the diet alone, it is difficult to build a commercial model.

There are not many free thinkers

Today there are not many free thinkers because it is very difficult to break away from the opinions we grew up with.

It’s hard for us to change our minds. Being a free thinker is not related to intelligence or IQ, it is only related to knowing a different way of thinking as shown in tools for free thinking .

Information technology has improved tremendously in recent years, and today you can read every book that has ever been published, receive research summaries as well as ask chatgpt complex questions that you used to have to go around universities for months. That is, every free thinker born should be like this today, it would not have helped him to be a free thinker 50 years ago when the information, knowledge and sciences were so different from today.

So where is your profit? Your profit is to think freely in your own unique way, don’t rely on me, I’m wrong a lot, although it’s usually because I’m being misled.

Everyone is beautiful in their own way, take advantage of this beauty to think freely in your own way.

resistance to change

As in any field, there is always resistance to change in medicine and science. This could be due to entrenched beliefs, financial interests, or simply the human tendency to stick with what is known and familiar.

The most dangerous is what we grew up with

The unrealized profit

The craziest non-monetary profit is precisely in contradicting the assumptions we grew up with. Because no one really checks whether they are true and then you are the only ones and they are also stuck in your life like foreign agents inside you… just like “eat vegetables is healthy”, until the age of 46 I did not check this assumption at all. And when I checked I was surprised, you can read with it on a free diet.

Just the opposite

Hard work, running away from the stock market when everyone else is leaving, buying expensive clothes, f, doing everything our best, not making stereotypes and not making assumptions, these things are really not good for our profit, not only the financial one. The truth is many times their opposite, we won’t explain everything, but “hard worker” is really a dangerous value. The most dangerous people in the business are the energetic and the unwise, because they actively spread the nonsense in society.

Working with minimum effort and maximum profit brings the greatest profitability over time and not hard work. A stereotype is an evolutionary trait for protection, we sometimes need to decide in a split second whether the person in front of us is dangerous for us or him, obviously a stereotype helps us at this point.

Boring definition for free thought

Mental freedom is just as important as physical freedom, free thought is a new way of thinking that helps to achieve mental freedom and to a certain extent physical freedom [making money, etc.] and in the combination of both there is real freedom – liberty. Science and logic don’t go wrong together so when they both indicate something it’s interesting. When there is a conflict between them, you have to exercise free thought.

Humans once grew up with the understanding that slavery made sense, so what we grew up on doesn’t mean much if we don’t try to figure it all out ourselves.

Most of the difficult questions in the world are solvable with the help of information, science, logic, evolution, history, anthropology and free thought which is the organization of all these tools.

Free thought seeks in everything a minimal investment of energy for a huge profit, in every field of life, that’s how I came to establish Plus500. The company made 10,000 times the investment.

What you hear is an opinion and not necessarily the truth and what you see is a point of view and not necessarily reality. Don’t be limited by the opinions and limited imagination of others. For example, we want to understand if you need shoes for running: evolution shows that most of the time they moved around barefoot. The logic says that shoes change the form of running due to changing the angles of impact on the ground. There is science that shows that in barefoot running the shocks are smaller. There is a crossover between logic, evolution and science. Now for viewing we have to try it on ourselves. There is a crack in free thought.

We are drowning in information but crave insights into it. Here comes free thought to try to isolate the signal from the noise. Free thought is the game between logic and information [information can be obtained by science, mathematics, experiment, observation or anything that brings a fact with a high level of probability]. The information leads us in the right direction but the one who makes the decision in the end should be our logic with as little emotion as possible. Emotion obscures reality. The information depends on logic, so you need to practice knowing when the information is true with a high probability.

Free thought is independent thinking about any subject in the world, based on assumptions that there is a high probability of their truth. This is a “method” of thinking just like the “method” of kicking a ball or any other method. This truth [with high probability] can be reached by time, logic, reason and empirical observation and all this in a free thought method. There is nothing “spiritual” or “mystical” about free thought, on the contrary, it is based on a method of applying logic to information and devoting time to it that others would not. To think freely we must understand our thinking biases .

Free thought should lead you to the source of the matter, often others don’t see it because they don’t believe there is another way. Example: Could it be that a large part of children’s dental problems are mouth breathing and not nose breathing?

It is said that our environment and our genes determine how our lives will look, but our decision-making is the third most important factor and is much more effective when there is free thought.

The “big crack” is: usually free thinkers did not come from an analytical field like engineering, they came from a humanistic field, and here it is the free thought of the free thought to think engineeringly about all fields in the world, especially fields of: government, health, etc. that engineers do not deal with at the thought level. Example- Australian koala eats a specific eucalyptus leaf and almost only that one. All other animals will suffer to the point of death from eating the poisonous leaves of the eucalyptus. By exercising free thought, it is possible to assume with high probability that each animal is suited to a relatively specific food and from here go a little further and assume that humans were not meant to eat everything, only relatively specific food that they were exposed to for thousands of years.

For example – a basketball player, it’s good to be tall, but is it possible to teach height? And this is where free thought begins – is height the only measure of success in basketball? – What are the strongest qualities in great basketball players? – What can you teach a beginner player?

– Is it even worth trying to be professional in basketball? What are the chances? It is possible to prepare tools to bring improvement, for example: lots of training, training in the neighborhood. When you look at successful athletes, you realize that participating in other sports gives you an advantage, you get a “war” tool that others don’t have. And from here you can move to a more general point: in any field of involvement When you have experience from other professions, it brings a great advantage. For example, an investor who was also a manager knows the ins and outs of the business better. We always have a story in our head, about everything, a kind of basic premise, what is the basic premise that accompanies us and does not allow us to see other basic assumptions?” Eat a cereal and legume carbohydrate at every meal.” “If I do what she did, I will succeed.” “Fruit sugar is healthy.” In order for you to understand what free thought is, you need to erase your basic assumptions and rebuild them. Ask “How do you know?” To arrive at the end of the question of whether everything is based on a mistake or on a real thing. Mathematical and statistical knowledge is very helpful because they help to develop a thought based on data and not a “feeling”.

The Free Thought Project has a point of view that is often contrary to the general perception, perhaps because free thought is based on logic, facts, changing one’s mind and giving an opportunity to receive facts that contradict our world view on any and all of the most obvious issues. We are mentally lazy in our DNA, and therefore probably prefer to stay in our comfort zone, without delving into research.

A person who thinks freely, is a person who shapes his ideas and opinions, and is based on facts that are ‘self evident’, i.e. prove themselves. Thought is like walking – those who walk in a direction and more time see more new places, regardless of intelligence or wisdom it is simply a matter of time – walk physically and walk mentally you see new places. The free thought project has all the information I have accumulated in recent years along with suggestions for improving the standard of living of everyone who is now reading this text. My knowledge is based on research and books I’ve read along with personal experience and of course free thought. The goal of the project is to make the information accessible to everyone, and above all to develop free thinking in you – because only in this way and not by technology can you do good.

In the Free Thought project I encourage open, critical and research thinking, and yet, with the appropriate degree of modesty, it is still a view and looking at things through my eyes and personal experience. It is clear to me that we as human beings are different from each other in many ways and there is no uniformity and one hundred percent compatibility in all the ideas presented here. But try while reading to challenge yourself and check honestly and despite the resistance that some of the scriptures may raise in you, to delve deeper, ask questions and doubt until you reach your place of truth.

An important point for understanding free thought: “Just because everyone is doing something doesn’t mean it’s the right thing.”

Independent thinking must be exercised regarding every subject in the world. And like a scientist or researcher to question everything that you are told is not true, and then try to find out that maybe I am wrong, and this is true.

The lack of free thinking does not stem from a lack of wisdom, only from a lack of practice, and it can contradict any accepted assumption. We know some of these assumptions well; “When it’s cold outside you can catch a cold”, “we must learn to play because playing develops and enriches our abilities”. The question is how do you do it? How do you develop free thinking?

How to develop free thinking

In order to develop free thinking one must first of all accept the concept that probably many basic things that we think are absolute truth can also change. We once thought that sugar was healthy, that the world was flat, and that women were witches who terrorized the world. Today it makes us laugh even to think about it, but once these were truths that were not disputed at all, and if you went out to sea with the boat, you had to be very careful not to fall at the end of the world on the head of poor Atlas. Therefore, many times it is necessary to understand why a certain thing is true or false, where the information came from, who passed it on and how he came to this conclusion. Because usually there is a reason or a law (physics of one kind or another) that helps to know whether what is being tested is correct or not.

Example: Is it possible to transfer a broadcast immediately? Answer: No, because it is impossible to exceed the speed of light. The law that helps us is the law of limiting the speed of light.

Another way to develop and train free thinking is to read theoretical books , where you can find plenty of interesting theories and a wide variety of assumptions. The key point in order to break through the boundaries of the non-independent thoughts that we are used to, is to reach basic understandings that are correct and true, and based on factual data.

The point is that our opinions about many subjects are based on other basic assumptions that we accumulated as children and teenagers and from actions we did in the early years of our lives.

When we, for example, ask an architect to design a big house for us, we rely on the premise that a big house is a good thing and can provide us with a better quality of life. These are things that many of us heard in childhood, at our parents’ house, or in other places. What is this premise actually based on? And how did it become a fact for many people? Can hearsay give us safe ground to place the significant opinions we will hold as adults? I claim not. Because for example a big house needs more cleaning, more maintenance, and has a bigger “environmental footprint”.. Nature makes me happy, this is definitely a safe assumption. My privacy is important to me, this is a safe assumption. With the help of free thought one observes and notices that what is really important to me is to be close to nature, at home, to feel an incoming breeze, and to have privacy. After analyzing the facts with the help of free thought, I come to the conclusion that I can of course have these things in a small house as well.Living in a big house is not necessary for me.. This, at least, is the collection of my assumptions about what a house is right for me. For someone else, it will be different conditions. What is important is to stick to your truth, and this truth is based on many small truths that you have confirmed along the way, and they are true for you.

And yet – with free thought, you can contradict everything.

Herzl had something to say about free thought

Herzl, in my opinion, was among the greatest free thinkers. He dreamed and wrote about his dream. But more than a dream he wrote and performed. He formulated a bit aggressively and not politically correct for our time the incorrect beliefs we grew up with: “The human mob feeds on prejudices from the cradle to the grave, and therefore, since we cannot abolish prejudices, we have to conquer them for ourselves”, from the book Altneuland.

Like everyone else, he was not 100 percent right, because we all grew up with incorrect beliefs, not just the mob. And about free thought, Herzl went on to write “But pay attention – everything you have planted in this place will be worthless and wither, if freedom of thought and expression, generosity and love of humanity, do not flourish in it. You must nurture all these and allow them to grow and prosper among you.’

And of course page 165 in Altneuland’s book “This is freedom, thanks to which we become real human beings.”

Knowledge is power

Francis Bacon, English philosopher, statesman and scientist who lived from 1561 to 1626. One of his most famous sayings is “Knowledge is power”. This phrase comes from his larger work “Meditationes Sacrae”, and has been paraphrased over time.

The saying “knowledge is power” emphasizes the importance of acquiring knowledge and how it can empower individuals and companies. By gaining knowledge, one can better understand the world, make informed decisions and find solutions to problems. The phrase also emphasizes the potential of knowledge to be used as a tool for control, both in terms of self-control and in the context of influencing others.

In Bacon’s time, this statement was revolutionary, as it challenged the traditional reliance on authority and encouraged people to seek knowledge through observation, experimentation, and critical thinking. His emphasis on the scientific method and the value of empirical evidence greatly influenced the development of modern science and the pursuit of knowledge in various disciplines.

Free thought is a mental rather than a scientific method to reach insights.

Socrates’ trip

Yeshayahu Leibovitz (1903-1994) was an Israeli intellectual, scientist and philosopher known for his controversial and thought-provoking views on a variety of subjects, including religion, politics and ethics. He was an outspoken critic of Israel’s policies and a passionate supporter of the separation of religion and state.

Leibovitz did not explicitly refer to the concept of “free thinking” in the way that other philosophers have, but some of his views can be linked to the concept. In general, he emphasizes critical thinking, intellectual independence and personal responsibility. He argued that people should think for themselves and not blindly follow authority or tradition.

Leibovitz criticized religious dogmatism and warned against turning religion into an ideology. He believed that religious practices should be focused on the worship of God and not used as a means to achieve political, national or personal goals. He also argued that it is the role of the individual to question religious authorities and challenge them when necessary, emphasizing the importance of intellectual autonomy and skepticism.

Socrates (c. 470-399 BCE): An ancient Greek philosopher, Socrates is known for his Socratic method, which involves asking questions to stimulate critical thinking and reveal contradictions in one’s beliefs. He emphasized the importance of seeking truth and wisdom through questions and dialogue.

One day, a true story unfolded in ancient Greece involving the famous philosopher Socrates. Socrates was known for his dialectical method of inquiry, which questioned people to help them come to their own understanding of complex ideas. This approach often led to amusing situations.

On this particular day, Socrates was walking in the Athenian marketplace when he came across a group of young men discussing the concept of free thought. Socrates, intrigued, decided to join the conversation.

The young people debated whether it is better to follow society’s norms or think independently. One of them, named Toptus, claimed that free thinking is essential for the progress of society. Another, named Crito, insisted that adherence to social norms was essential to maintaining order and stability.

Socrates, with his wit and curiosity, posed a question to the young men: “Can you tell me the difference between a free thinker and someone who is just confused?”

The young men, eager to display their knowledge, began a spirited debate. Tufts argued that a free thinker is someone who questions the status quo and is not afraid to explore new ideas. Crito countered that a confused person also questioned established beliefs, but they did so without any clear direction or purpose.

Socrates listened carefully, and when the young men had exhausted their arguments, he spoke. “You both make valid points,” he said. “However, I would like to suggest that a true free thinker is one who not only questions the status quo but tries to find as close to the truth as possible and profit from the truth, the truth cannot be known with certainty. Without profit there is no free thought. On the other hand, a confused person questions without any Real understanding or analysis of the concepts they doubt.”

The young men were surprised by the wisdom of Socrates’ words. They understood that the art of free thinking required more than just questioning; It requires a profit and a bet. It also required a deeper understanding and the ability to analyze and synthesize information. It requires betting on the truth. Most of what is “factual” can also be refuted or is a bet on the closest thing to the truth. It used to be a fact that the world is flat or that vegetables are healthy. The idea of ​​betting on the truth from all the data you have is a free thought, profit is necessary because otherwise you are just a thinker, profit creates a connection to reality.

I of course made up the story just to make a point. did you like

Beautiful things that can be understood with the help of free thought

In the pursuit of beauty, it can be argued that humanity’s ultimate goal is to achieve aesthetic perfection.

As far as the issue in Israel is concerned, the electoral system and the government, and not the people themselves, are the root of the problem.A solid investment for the future is education, which includes various forms such as childhood learning and academia.

Vegetable oils have been identified as a contributing factor to the obesity epidemic, making them a poor choice for a healthy lifestyle.

It is important to approach information on social networks, tabloids and certain people with skepticism, as much of it is based on incorrect assumptions and should be treated as the opinion of the author.

The need for running shoes to absorb shock is not as important as previously thought; Instead, the way we act can be the real problem.

Reading fosters intelligence in children, making it a valuable activity to promote.

Although it may seem counterintuitive, plants have various mechanisms that can be interpreted as trying to “kill” or deter us.

Engineers are among the highest paid professionals in the world, and this trend is expected to continue. The relentless pursuit of technology may not lead us to a desirable future, as it contributes to environmental destruction. Instead, embracing anti-technology and focusing on natural processes can be a more sustainable approach.

Although doctors have the skills to treat critical issues and save lives, their training often lacks a focus on identifying the root causes of problems. Many complex problems can have surprisingly simple solutions when you look closely.

By combining the forces of nature and technology, prosperity can be granted to everyone. However, this requires a fundamental change in mindset towards natural thinking, working in harmony with nature and not against it. Nature does not need our intervention, but we must embrace it and learn from its wisdom in areas such as animal husbandry, environmental protection and natural nutrition.

The 6 tools to think freely

The following rules will help you think freely and profit when there is an opportunity. Note that most of the time there is no opportunity for profit. Profit can be financial, physical, spiritual or even that your son scored a goal. What you must know is that it takes many years to master free thought, it’s like playing the piano. You have to practice it, it will not be possible to just read about them and then it will return your love.

the logic

You have your own logic, it defines you. It is different for everyone and creates a different reality for them. You must use your own logic to think freely, otherwise you are not truly free. When you activate “free thought” at the end the logic connects all the principles and is supposed to give an answer. Get used to asking yourself questions that don’t have a clear answer. “Why are there smiling people?” or “Why do you always pass the blame to others and not take responsibility?”.

In the logic of Narnes cross-references, if you have received confirmation from several places for your claim or decision, it greatly increases the probability that you are right.


In the 1830s, Charles Darwin traveled on the HMS Beagle as a naturalist. His journey took him to many diverse environments, including the unique Galapagos Islands. There he observed related but distinct species, such as turtles and finches, each adapted to its particular island. Intrigued by the variations, he learned more about different species and their environments at home. These observations led him to propose the theory of natural selection, which proposes that species evolve over generations through adaptations beneficial to survival. Thus, Darwin’s keen observational skills played a central role in shaping his understanding of evolution.

Darwin was one of the greatest free thinkers ever. This is the most important law in free thought. It is your senses that should bring you clues for the next hunt. The sense of sight is the most critical, not just a huge part of our brain is busy deciphering what we see. The beauty of the observation is that it is unique to you many times.

What do you see with your eyes? This is where the solution begins. Do you have personal experience with the question or problem? If you are not crazy, it can be assumed that this is the safest thing for you, use what you see, hear, etc.


Unlike in science where you do the calculations and get a conclusion, in information you base yourself on the calculations and solutions of others.

The basis for free thought is knowledge and insights from many unrelated fields. The only way is reading books and newspapers. Sometimes the solution to an important question is a picture in a newspaper article you read 9 years ago. History is information. What has been many times is what will be. Everything that worked well for humans throughout human history, will also be good for us many times over. What is the source of the information is very important, if this is an article, let’s go! Credibility is damaged because their interest is popularity. If it is a scientific study from Stanford, it should be given a different weight.

Are these your eyes that saw? Professor, a reporter for any source should attach credibility.


Always leave room for doubt, even if your inner voice has already pushed you in a certain direction, something like “It’s obvious he’s a thief.”

Doubt until you reach your truth, not the truth of others, yours!

The fact that it is written in a general health fund or that a professor said something, it means nothing without exercising a free thought on it.

Yes, even in the things I say. Check what works for you and what doesn’t.

Yes, sometimes everyone is wrong, swimming against the current does not mean you will drown in the river. Sometimes everyone is wrong and you are right.


Jump from the particular to the general and back to the particular whenever possible. And always try to find a higher law.

If I suffer from stomach pains when I eat gluten, and I do not have a proven sensitivity, there is a high probability that I am not the only person in the world who is sensitive to gluten without being considered celiac, and from here you will return to the rule: apparently everyone is sensitive to gluten, but this needs to be further investigated, and in fact, in this research, you are probably the first to try Understand “is everyone sensitive to gluten”.

Sometimes a private case helps us with a bet to find a higher rule. For example, when we see a person without teeth smoking drugs, we can assume that smoking drugs causes tooth loss due to the lack of minerals. It is dangerous to jump from the particular to the general but it is very profitable, because it uses observation, and there are things that only we see and then the profit is unique to us.

In Ramot, a law from another place that applies to a private case also enters.For example, you know the law of entropy, every hiccup goes in the direction of Isder and you have to invest energy to lower entropy, meaning the order, when we tidy up the house it’s a special case of this because the house gets messy in millions of ways but there are only a few ways to tidy it up. Messing up the house doesn’t take energy, but tidying up takes a lot of energy. These jumps in levels taking “frames” for private cases is really useful.

At entry levels you will also learn to separate a symptom from the problem. When we rise from the symptom we reach the problem many times.

Does your back hurt? It’s not because of the chair you’re sitting on. Did you get a wound? Do you suffer from insomnia? Don’t look for an immediate reason. Do a broad investigation of the cause.


By science it is meant that you understand and apply mathematics, physics, chemistry, probability and biology at a level where you can think for yourself about the question of whether it makes sense. These are your calculations and understanding. In addition, you have to decide whether the science is true with sufficient probability.

Always go back to science if possible. Science often gives us certain answers. And with certain answers you can move forward in the search for an answer. For example, in the question of whether sugar is healthy for us? Science explains really well why pure sugar is not good for most body systems.

Probability and calculus will help you think freely to get probability of results. Account also gives an answer that is 80%, it is rare to give a 100% answer to a difficult question.

Freethinking uses probabilistic tools to achieve maximum profit with minimum effort. It is very difficult to reach the truth of one hundred percent, but 80 percent is enough sometimes. For example: Is red meat suitable for humans? There is no clear answer here, but there is an answer that is worth betting on. If the absolute majority of engineers who graduated from the Technion will earn NIS 50,000 per month within two years of graduating, compared to engineering graduates from the universities, it’s better that I study at the Technion, it’s not certain but it’s close. It is important to understand that even if the result is not good in the end the decision was correct.

Arithmetic and training in arithmetic gives us an important tool to think freely. Because there are no opinions in the calculation, it is a wonderful tool that helps to row as close to the truth as possible. Understanding mathematics, calculation, is like a second intelligence, when you combine information and models with mathematics you get a basic truth that helps decipher reality. In the end, all the tools here are meant to help us understand reality and foresee a little ahead, at least more than others because your advantage comes from “running” faster than others, or rather the speed “running”. Make good decisions by combining information, math and logic and this is exactly free thought. I personally founded Plus500 based on a simple equation that assumes short-term trading is random and hence the expectation of 0 at infinity remains 0. We learned something similar at the Technion. I had a small advantage over others and used it (and with the help of tool 5) to start a company with amazing partners.

From this tool comes compounding interest – this is a universal law that applies not only to investments, one of the wonders of the world and in education one of the most critical tools. When you invest what you have learned, Dihanu – the “interest” is back in life, the increase in abilities is tremendous. An example from economics – an investment of NIS 10,000 for 25 years at 10% annual interest will yield NIS 110,000. That’s 11 times the money. A career example: when you learn something new every day through reading, a course, academic studies (or any other way), countless possibilities open up for application based on the new knowledge we have gained. He who does not learn, will always remain where he stopped. . It’s basically interest de interest in learning that can yield huge profits. Reinvest what you’ve learned to improve abilities, that’s what smart and successful people do.

When there are two sources of information that give you the opportunity to think freely, it increases the probability.

Let’s say the question “Are people today happier than people in the tribes?”. Looking for something close to the tribes, let’s say whether people in the village are happier than people in the city. And yes, it’s worth crossing this with I saw a nature film and the members of the tribe didn’t stop laughing. This is an example of crossing information, between research and what I saw with my own eyes. Then if the answer is negative, it is worth asking a broader question “Why were people in the tribes happier than today?”, this leveling up brings very interesting answers.


It’s like historical information only it’s a process you remember. You will frame the reality, and you will transfer the frames to domains. Frames are something you frame from the science or information you have accumulated. The trick is to know what is important and what is less.

In every field there are models in our brains, templates ready to quickly deal with similar situations] that define reality. There are thousands of such models for a quick understanding of what you see. For example, you see someone in front of you smiling and you immediately feel less threatened – this is a mental model! We don’t have enough time to specialize in all fields and to define and understand many models – therefore the idea is to think about existing models from different fields, and test them on new models that we want to promote.. Example: Many women like makeup. But maybe they are more beautiful without makeup? In the same way – maybe well-kept public gardens would be much more beautiful if they were natural? This is a simple model transfer. A good book on the subject .

Transferring a mental model > country > society > human being:

Just as a business company needs to adapt to the changes of time in order to survive for many years (according to Jim Collins’ book – Building Companies to last – Jim Collins) this model can also be taken to a country – countries need to research and adapt their governance system in order to prosper a lot of years. And for humans – in order to prosper we need to change and adapt our opinions and our actions to reality and new information.

Free thought gives a large part of its solutions through the transfer of models, frameworks, and their adaptation.

An example of such a model is the activity of the tribes that are far from modernization, in nature man was without shoes and then they frame it to the model “our feet were built to walk barefoot and it has meanings”, then when you look at shoes you put the above frame and realize that minimalist shoes that simulate walking barefoot is what a person needs .

Pareto principle (80/20 rule): This mental model suggests that about 80% of the results come from 20% of the causes.You can apply this principle to different areas, such as time management (focusing on the most impactful tasks), sales (focusing on the most profitable customers), or software development (fixing the most critical bugs).


the question

Me and a close friend were walking uphill’ and I was asked out of nowhere “Say do you push with your toes when you go uphill?”, I wanted to know what is the correct way to walk with your foot.

As in the previous example, “Is everyone sensitive to gluten” when you ask a question that is very rare and you are probably the only one who has asked it, then there is a good chance that you are on the right track. I often get to ask questions, myself or others, that I don’t believe have ever been asked.


Sometimes the missing information can be resolved from inversion.

To the question of whether they used to miss bread?

The answer is found in the reverse of the mitzvah, not to eat leaven on Pesach. If there was a prohibition to eat chametz, which is sourdough, we can conclude that the rest of the time they ate leavened bread, and then we got an answer from the opposite.

Also in the question “Why don’t most people do sports?”, the question that is easier to come to the answer to is “Why do people do do sports?”, many times you just have to “reverse” to arrive at the probably correct answer. Remember it’s usually probably.


Sometimes you have to jump in a mental bet because there is no certainty.

When your bet has a good chance of succeeding, bet to try to reach the answer. Sometimes we are stuck and have to gamble a little. It is important to bet smart.

Interim conclusion

Just like solving a long question in math, there are intermediate calculations. This is just an interim conclusion. It helps us reach the final answer.

Applying the tools with examples

In all the examples you will see that thought is free, rolling, from place to place until you arrive at an answer that is probably correct, not 100 percent but a high percentage. Just like ChatGPT that predicts word after word and not the whole sentence, this is exactly how we think, trying to think of the next word or the next thought, in the same way a free thought does not jump but travels from station to station. Everyone has a different logic and a different way, but I believe that most of the results will be close.

Is there a right way to go?

Let’s start with an observation

Everyone on the street walks in a different way from the other, and you see that over the years the way people walk changes. This is a very interesting observation and one that I have not seen in studies, I just saw it with my own eyes. Even in my own ears it is called a free thought observation.

Pulls out a question

Now I pull out a tool, a tool in question towards:

“Should humans walk in the same way or should each have their own walk?”

This is a good question because the answer to it will explain to us with certainty whether most people are walking in the wrong way, because if there is one way to walk and everyone is walking differently then surely the majority are wrong.

Looking for an answer

The answer to the question comes from my logic with some frameworks from the tools of science, meaning I use three tools at the same time to try to get an answer. Our chapters have been built and adapted over millions of years of evolution. Walking is almost the most common thing that humans have done, so there is a good chance that it received an evolutionary emphasis. The mechanics of the joints is based on physical assumptions of the movement, most likely there is a specific way of walking that we are built for, it is not that we get injured straight away when we walk like monkeys, but it is likely that the joint is not built for this, if we walk all our life like a monkey we are sure to get injured and cause damage to the joints.

But we will not rely only on science, we will check what happens with the other animals while walking, which is actually to try to raise a level, to check all animals and not just humans who are a type of animal. And here there is an interesting crack, because you can see with certainty that all the animals of a certain species walk in the same way; Dogs, zebras, chimpanzees and the like go the same way. Now we will use the observation again and also look at tribal people from nature films, they are really similar in their walk. There is a difference but it is really small.

That is, the difference in walking is only in modern humans, so it can be assumed that we all should walk in a certain way but do not do it.

Imaginary woman on high heels

In applying logic to the various observations between animals having no shoes and tribal people having very flat shoes at all.

When I imagine a woman walking with high heels I immediately see how her walk changes, it’s an imaginary observation, it turns out there is also such a tool, now I discovered that it’s nice to use it too.

So it makes a lot of sense to give an intermediate conclusion here, which is an important “tool” in free thought. The intermediate conclusions are that shoes change our gait.

Indeed, I know that shoes are constantly changing, and over the years there are air balloons in shoes as well as narrow shoes and all kinds of other things that support the claim.

Why does a person walk in a certain way?

A person walks a certain way because of shoes but also according to a ram who saw his parents. I saw this in observation, children and parents have a similar way of walking many times, you can assume and make a bet like the form of laughter that the walk is also often influenced by the environment and less by the gardens. It could be tested on identical twins raised in different homes, but I have not seen such studies, so I am making a bet, which is part of a tool for free thought. I remember asking a friend, “How do you walk and stand upright?” He replied, “My father also walks upright and stands upright.”

We came to an interim conclusion that the form of walking changes from generation to generation because each generation sees its parents walking a little differently than it should and also shoes change our walk.

Wait for me, I’m coming barefoot!

So the answer to the question is that there is one right way to go and the majority do not go it.

Now all that remains is to find the right way to walk, and probably prevent millions of problems related to walking incorrectly. Yes, everyone makes mistakes, but we will make a big profit with a little effort. Probably thousands of doctors solve people a symptom and not the problem which is the way of walking.

By observing and using the “beauty” frame, we understand that models walk in a way that looks beautiful to us, because it is upright and radiates health. I framed the following idea “what conveys beauty many times is the right shape”, and applied it to walking. Upright is beautiful, bent is ugly. Upright is healthy, bent over is not healthy, it’s not something you learned, a two-year-old child can say what’s beautiful and what’s not. It is our instinct to understand who is healthy and who is sick.White and black teeth in the same frame.

When you also look at walking tribes, you notice that they usually walk with small, very upright steps with the legs straightened and the body not bent forward like many people walk, run and stand like that, it directly conveys something not beautiful and therefore probably not healthy either. Indeed you see that over the years people tend to bend over, a lot because of the food but also because of the way they walk, sit and stand.

And our profit from this, which is really minimal effort for maximum profit, is to walk upright and tense with minimal shoes and even bare feet. And the additional profit will be when we understand many more things from here and we may also profit from them…

Do you need to add salt?

Salt in the eyes

Let’s start with an observation, in every food I see salt is added manually or the manufacturer added salt. In the observation I noticed that when I’m used to eating without salt it doesn’t bother me, but when I’m used to it it bothers me that there’s no added salt. In addition when I eat foods with salt such as meat, I am very thirsty and drink at least a liter of water, in addition there is a strange, unpleasant feeling especially after very salty foods.

Let’s start with the doubt, I doubt very much that you need to add salt to any food, even though everyone does it.

From my observation, I concluded that salt, like many other substances such as sugar, are really tasty because we have gotten used to them, if we take them down we enjoy the food just as much.

That is, I doubted “without salt the food is not tasty!”, a claim we grew up with.

What did the ancients do without salt

We will continue with the data that is interesting.

The earliest evidence of salt processing dates back to around 6,000 BC, when people living in what is now Romania boiled spring water to extract the salts; A salt factory in China dates from about the same time.

Homo sapiens, which is our human species, has existed for about 300 thousand years.

Apes have existed for 7 million years.

From science we learn that salt which is sodium chloride consists of 40% sodium and 60% chloride.

We will ignore chloride and concentrate only on sodium.

A teaspoon of salt has about 6 grams of salt, so they are 2.4 grams of sodium.

Now they use tools – and ask “How much sodium do you consume without adding any salt at all?”:

That comes out to about 0.5 grams of sodium per day.

100 grams of steak has 0.06 grams of sodium. 100 grams of wheat flour has about 0.005 sodium.

A sample test of data through Google and chatgpt shows that today an average person consumes approximately 3.4 grams of sodium per day. Consider a teaspoon and a half of salt.

And here is the first free thought so far: Man for most of the years of evolution consumed 0.5 grams of sodium per day. A few thousand years ago it started to rise and today it is at 3.4 grams.

That’s 7 times.

It is not pleasant to drink 14 liters of water

Now we will use observational framing. I drink about 2 liters of water a day. If I drink 7 times as much water, i.e. 14 liters, how will I feel? very bad.

Now I level up with a bet and frame here; Materials that humans consume can be changed by say 20-30% and the body knows how to deal with them well. 7 times it is completely disturbed. This is my framework.

Most of the science shows that there is a connection between an increase in salt consumption and various diseases. So I’m in the general direction. It is also possible to go down to the resolution of the kidneys: the kidneys play a crucial role in maintaining the balance of the various minerals in the body, including calcium. When sodium (salt) intake is high, the kidneys will excrete more sodium in the urine to maintain balance. However, this increased sodium excretion can also lead to increased calcium excretion.

Sodium and calcium both use the same transport mechanisms in the kidneys. When there is a lot of sodium to excrete, it can “compete” for calcium to be reabsorbed, which means more calcium ends up being excreted in the urine.

Over time, this increased calcium excretion can contribute to the development of osteoporosis, as the body may begin to break down bone to replace the lost calcium. It is also worth noting that high levels of calcium in the urine can contribute to the formation of kidney stones.

Leave biology and go over it

The free thought here is not to try to understand exactly why salt is not good for us chemically and biologically, but to let the super laws, that is, laws from other levels, guide us.

An auxiliary tool that will give us more profit is to ask:

Why have humans increased their salt consumption over the years?

Why do the food companies and restaurants add salt to the calambar?

Why do humans get this added salt, where is everyone?

Dead Sea or Sea of Salt

Now putting everything together with my logic, everyone has a different logic. My logic says that it is unnecessary to add salt, because it causes diseases that we do not understand at all. Most of the years of evolution we managed without salt. For reasons of acquired taste, we added salt to every food, until today we reached a situation where there is no food without salt added to it. Every food has its own natural salt. The salt confuses the body’s taste systems.

At the end I also remembered another observation, in the United States there is salmon, tuna in cans with no salt at all, and they are good for several years. I tasted them and they are really delicious.

Are girls more communicative than boys?

From my observation, I see that girls talk much more than boys.

I remember that autism is much less common in girls than boys, I pull out a frame from memory that autism is the opposite of communicativeness, and then I bet that autism is less common in girls because their foundation is more communicative from the start. And this is the other question, why is autism less common in girls? Here is the answer.

I continue from the evolutionary science that girls had to communicate with the family and other families when the men went hunting, so I bet they naturally turned out to be more communicative, and that’s another science.

I draw from an observation that boys who were realistic were less communicative, and there were many more realistic boys than girls, and then I bet that there is a give and take between realism and communicativeness.

In the end I use science to conclude that girls are indeed more communicative on average than boys.

A beautiful question that should be asked is it the environment or the gardens? unequivocally genes.

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