I was almost certain that I am an INTj. Now it's been questioned, so everything is up in the air again. Therefore, I've decided to start a type blog, so that people will get a better idea of who I am. I've considered several types for myself, but I'd rather not say and influence your opinion. Also, feel free to type me as whatever you think I am. I've decided to accept whatever type I really am, instead of having a closed mind. Finally, if you think this isn't going to last, then I won't argue with you; as long as I am motivated to continue this thread, I will do so. So, let's begin.
Every night I go to bed at about three or four in the morning. (This is an improvement. I used to go to bed at 7 am.) I get up at about noon. The first thing I do when I get up is go through Starbucks drive through and get an iced coffee (nothing too expensive). You see, I'm sort of a creature of habit. I will go to certain restaurants or do certain things everyday for several weeks, months, etc., but then, all of a sudden, I'll get sick of it and stop doing it. I'm the same way with my interests, except my interests have a cyclical nature. Right now, I'm interested in Socionics. Very interested. It's what I spend most of my time thinking about. However, that will get boring, and I'll move on to something else. Then, in a few years, after having been involved in several different interests, I'll probably be into Socionics again.
Another thing about me is that everyday, I like to come up with ideas. If I haven't thought of something new, then I feel my day has been useless. I thought that maybe I could write them down, and then later, organize them. Then, in a few years, if I have enough information, I could write a book surrounding my ideas on a certain topic. The problem is follow-through. I might come up with the notion of writing down my ideas, and it sounds good, but it's hard to make it into a reality. When I come up with the idea, I don't want to have to be bothered to sit down and write it out. Doing that would take me out of my thoughts, and I'd lose whatever inspiration I have. Maybe if I make it into a habit, it could work.
What I'll mention now are some ideas I came up with today. I was thinking that in a million years, what is the likelihood that the theories we have now will still hold? Therefore, you should not hold too strongly to any theory. What you should be concerned with is how clever the theory is, how much it allows you to look at things in a new way. A clever theory will always be a clever theory. On top of this, I considered that there are some theories that are more likely to be turned over. It seems to me that the further a theory is related to us in time and/or space, the more likely it is untrue. The reason for this is because things that are far removed from you are more difficult to accumulate accurate data about. Now, this also applies to other things that are still close in space/time, but are far removed from you. For example, particles that can only be viewed with extremely high-tech equipment. However, even though this is slightly different, the principle is the same. Finally, there is another type of theory that I think is more likely to be overturned: a theory that is based on something that is difficult to define. For example, a theory about behaviour in psychology; behaviour is a very "fuzzy" concept. The reason that I think such a theory can be more easily overturned is because it's so open to interpretation, and something that isn't grounded in something solid has less convincing power. I must tell you though, that this idea about difficult to define concepts is somewhat unclear to me; it's more of a conjecture.
Anyway, that's it for today.