I don't know if any of you have seen this, but I thought you might enjoy Liam's submission to Scott Adam's latest "Dilbert" book". Check it out and if you like it you might want to vote on the…Continue
I don't know if any of you have seen this, but I thought you might enjoy Liam's submission to Scott Adam's latest "Dilbert" book". Check it out and if you like it you might want to vote on the "comments section.http://www.dilbert.com/blog/See More
I've seen some impressive outcomes with one simple change-- cutting out all sugar. I can almost guarantee you'll get good results without dieting. Here's Dr. Lustig from the University of…"
I think the way to describe Stone Turners (or at least what I hope it can become) is to compare it to The Great Debate. TGD is focused on questions that most people are aware of and takes an adversarial approach to answering them.
Stone Turners will hopefully focus on aspects of existence that don't get looked at because they are accepted as givens. An example would be jokes (how do they work, what assumptions lie beneath the surface, what does laughing at one say about me?). Another would be our forward facing eyes. The group image is actually of a New Caledonian Crow using a drinking fountain. What's fascinating about these birds is that they are observed using a range of tools not seen in other crows, even though their raw cognitive abilities aren't different. What they do have is a straighter beak shape and more forward-facing eyes, which is what researchers currently believe might account for the difference. So there's territory to be explored there about our natures and how they might result from such things.
So, by nature of the questions we're asking, I hope Stone Turners will be more exploratory and cooperative, as opposed to adversarial. Maybe it won't lead anywhere. Maybe it will just lead to bullshit. But my experience doing this kind of thing on my own is that questioning what's given has led me to some fruitful inquiries and improved my mindset.
"Nobody is over a relationship six weeks after it ends. In fact, in my experience, it takes at least a year to mostly get over it, and then about as long as the relationship lasted to totally get over it. You have to go through the birthdays,…"
"You might not be reading that article wrong but you have to consider your source and its biases.
About this topic specifically, for every article, politician, celebrity, blogger (etc.) you can find that says that Trump is right about Sweden, you…"
"You have a citation for that? Just curious because all of the outlets I hear and see seem to indicate that there is rampant criminal activity, and my counterparts in my company in Germany and Poland are on that same page as well.
"+1 The issues in the neighborhood these riots took place, are ongoing, and seem more related to poverty, than they do immigrant status, or culture, or anything. Overall, Trump remains wrong, crime, etc. is all down overall, with a few…"
"Honestly, aside from waving the "Trump was right" banner, all I can make of the article is that there is social unrest and anti-antisemitism is on the rise (the latter based upon 2 sentences total) Nothing of substance otherwise to tell us…"
"At six weeks, most people are disengaged from the former relationship than you are. I do highly recommend working with a professional (psychiatrist) to determine if you have OCD or another condition which is interfering with your closure and…"