I've been thinking about more the way I process information and its like I have this big storehouse of information. Put me in a new situation and I have to see how it relates to what I already know and experienced. If some situation doesn't seem to relate at all to anything I know or have experienced, I'm going to be very agitated and confused as to how to proceed. On the other hand, doesn't everyone feel this to some extent? Some people claim to thrive on unfamiliar situations but I seriously doubt they are as effective in them as they would be in an area where they have experience.
With time, the database expands itself and new possibilities are considered for addition. In a way its as if Ne is serving Si. Ultimately, the aim for me seems to be avoiding situations where I'm confused and have no idea how to use the information or take action. Doesn't this sound like stronger Si than Ne? I think so.
Since the database gets larger and larger with time and more and more possibilities are included in the database the likelihood of dealing with a completely unfamiliar situation lessens and lessens but never reaches zero.
However, what still makes me consider dominant Ti is how the new information and experiences gets added to the database. It isn't quite enough to just put it in there, I need to know precisely how the new information relates to which pieces of information already in there. In other words, there is a classification scheme that's taking place. Isn't classification the hallmark of Ti?
I'm especially interested in hearing perspectives from both dominant Si and dominant Ti types to see how much they relate to this.