JMH Dull Productions

Solomon's Glory

Solomon's Glory

There are people with the ability/skill to make good and just decisions.

This idea rises from the collective subconscious with the story of Solomon. The story suggests that somehow we know that just decision-makers exist, and we emphatically recognize this ability when they are, indeed, appointed to decision making positions. When appointed, their ability/skill manifests itself fully.

Prediction: Neuroscience will find the neural pathways incorporated in just decision making. Over time, we will be electing folks into decision making positions based on their neural ability to do so. It will be similar to our ability to notice when folks have any advanced ability, whether it be piano playing, golfing, basketball, math, science, art, carpentry.

 Neuroscientists will discover the empirical foundation for just decision making, and this empirical information will enable us to choose decision makers wisely.