What if humanity does not reduce his greenhouse gas emissions in time? Will all be lost? Maybe not… here are three possible last minute options.Read more "Three last minute ways to save the climate if we do not reduce our greenhouse gas emissions in time."
In a recent conference, Elon Musk was asked if he thought the universe was a simulation. He responded by saying that it is very probable that life really is a simulation, and that our universe is not the base reality. He explains that we are currently on the verge of having very […]Read more "Elon Musk: Life is Probably a Simulation"
We’ve all seen politicians debate over the economy: job creation, trade, etc. But where do these theories come from? There are two major theories of capitalism that have affected the 20th and 21st century. They are the Keynesian and the Classicals. These two theories are embodied mostly by John Maynard Keynes for the Keynesian, and Friedrich Hayek for the Classicals.Read more "The (not so) popular war of Economics"
Cant get motivated to get to work? When I cant get motivated to work, I try these things down below to get my energy going and to get inspired.Read more "Where to find Motivation and inspiration?"
I’ve written a post a couple of months ago talking about the Five Minute Journal. In it I’ve described the format, witch includes a weekly challenge. This weeks challenge was to go on YouTube and search: “Jim Valvano espy speech”.
Needless to say, I was not disappointed.Read more "3 Things to do everyday to be Happier"
Kant’s moral philosophy is somewhat more complicated than his categorical imperative, but it really sums up the general sense of what Kantian morals are about. Contrary to utilitarian morals, Kant’s morals are not consequential. The end result does not matter for an action to be morally good, as long as it was done with good […]Read more "An Explanation and Analysis of Kant’s Categorical Imperative"
Originally posted on Polymath:
Richard Dawkins 1976 book “the selfish gene”. The heavily controversial book: “the selfish gene” by Richard Dawkins is one of the very best books to understand what evolution really is, short of Darwin’s “origin of species”. I must admit that Dawkins book is easier to read than Darwin’s because it simplifies concepts…