The Sapiens Society
“Of all ignorance, the ignorance of the educated is the most dangerous. Not only are educated people likely to have more influence, they are the last people to suspect that they don’t know what they are talking about when they go outside their narrow fields.” – Thomas Sowell
The Latest From Our Deep Thinkers
An unfortunate aspect of our discourse is the tendency toward simplistic explanations for complex problems. Unfortunately, most things in life are complicated.
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There is a classic struggle that plagues the leaders in a business. Working on the business versus working in the business.
The core question: How do we make solid decisions for our future selves / future generations?
There is little doubt in the scientific community that man made climate change is happening and that the projected consequences are horrible.
It seems that we have lost sight of the national debt in recent years. That is not because it isn’t there or isn’t growing.
There are two interesting theories of political discourse: Conflict Theory and Mistake Theory. Let’s investigate each of them, and see what we might learn about a superior path.
This type of tribalism is both natural and poisonous. What type and why do we need to fight it!
My thoughts regarding Richard Bach’s wise quote: “Argue for your limitations and sure enough they’re yours.”
How much better would the world be if we found a way to forgive one another for, or ignore, small annoyances?
Laying our hopes and expectations on top of some of the greatest parts of life can sap the wonder from our experiences. How might we get the magic back?
Aliens. Damn it, it’s always aliens. I’m not talking about the boarder crossing kind, I’ve got no problem with them. Hell, most of them are smarter than me anyway. I’m talking about space aliens.
12 steps… seems like that should remind me of something…
I hate Christmas.