This stood out to me. It’s what lead me here.
“…it’s important to be humble about our views. In light of our fallibility, we have to do something that doesn’t come easy, we must recognize that the world is an uncertain place and that our judgements about it are often wrong. We ought to listen to opinions we may consider wrong or even offensive. Our intuitions are useful, even necessary when it comes to making quick judgements about the world. But that doesn’t mean they’re correct. Recognizing the flawed nature of your thinking is a bold first step to challenging it.”
Good, avoid Cancel Culture anti-meritocracy anti-science nonsense that is polluting America
DARPA’s Hypersonic OpFires Aims For Army 1,000-Mile Missile
Time for a small class
Physical book store
- takes out $2M PPP loan
- shuts down store
- puts all the PPP money on Amazon stock
Businesses will always follow whatever incentives are created for them.
Don’t hate the player, hate the game, and whoever created the game.
Italian police are forced out of a napoli neighbourhood as uprising citizens free themselves from the tyranny of Coronavirus lockdown.
They’d hate to see us all at once with organized revolution,