Month: May 2018

Autism and Judaism

This article describes a possible link between autism and Judaism and/or the Hebrew language. I make no serious claim about this connection. Rather, I mainly note it as a curious thing and I’m jotting it down for possible future thinking

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5 Steps to Correct for Own Bias

This article briefly describes how to correct for own bias. It’s motivated by the question of a Facebook friend: “What steps do you take to actively correct for your bias when you want to determine the answers to complicated socio-economic

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Process Artifacts Coming Soon

I was quipping this morning and I might have uncovered something useful. Culture consultant Jamie Notter put out this article and I mentioned to a coworker: This article is decidedly better than his last, but again, his solution is ‘pay my consultancy’ instead

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The Energy Conversation is Overrated

In 2013 I talked about how the planet would easily accommodate food and water for 9 billion people in 2040. In this article, I argue that the current Malthusian scare about running out of fossil fuels is equally overblown and

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