What are we but the world as represented in our minds? Sure, we take on board a lot of sensory data, parsed back and forth through our limbic systems, and there’s a correlation between what gets experienced (and stored in memory) and what’s actually happening in the world. If there was too much dissonance, we would’ve died out as a species long ago. That said, we live in the 21st century, in a world of complexity way beyond the simple savannah of our paleolithic minds, applying these evolved ‘fit for purpose’ methods to a reality that’s way too high fidelity not to need a lot of distillation before we’re able to process it at all. “MINDSCAPE” content focuses on this all-important distilling, processing and parsing. All the ills of the world begin, in some form, with parsing errors. Bad ideas are infectious. Bad ideas can go viral. The only antidote is truth and reality. “MINDSCAPE” attempts to expose the bad ideas, explain in a useful way the processes of the mind we must all contend with, and present new ways to evolve one’s parsing fidelity to better distill the real world and what’s true.