Listen: Alexis, Titians, Ten Thousand Years discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"Let's take a step back ten years. The oral tradition. Was the only way to pass things down says before we can write things down on paper. Certainly, before we could digitally record any bit of information. Now, today we can write everything down. Begin record everything. Probably Alexis listening to everything as we say it, but ten thousand years ago, the only things that survived the only works that survivor those that could be remembered from the oral tradition. And so the human brain AIBA leave has evolved in a way to understand certain ribbons into remember certain rhythms. And if you look at the greatest texts that survival time, it's because they were passed on early, the greatest religious texts and then does writing became a saying, then you see Shakespeare types of things, but here's the defect in the human brain that you can explain to your advantage when you're giving his speech, which is the human brain is really good at remembering vines that have terrific rhythm that have terrific poetry that really sing to your harm human brain. To remember that kind of thing. But the human brain does not remember bad rhymes dad than bad poetry or bad song. You can't remember bats on by definition good songs. One that sticks in your head that you can hear later on after it's over and by definition of bad song is one that you can't even listen to because you'll never forget it. It'll be gone forever. And it turns out that the greatest speech writers the greatest composers to greatest Titians."