This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of...
I can’t edit. Call it dyslexia, call it a lack of thoroughness, but nonetheless I simply can’t edit my...
I can’t edit. Call it dyslexia, call it a lack of thoroughness, but nonetheless I simply can’t edit my own work. I wish this was just hyperbole, used to arose your emotions, but sadly it’s not. This is an absolute glaring shortcoming of mine, something that I’ve just learned... Read more
Rapidly Changing Academia Students may feel like they are walking on eggshells regarding their education at institutions of higher learning. If all signs are pointing to a future where automation and AI replace human workers in many jobs, what’s the point of traditional education? The reasons students stress over... Read more
Readers are somewhat hesitant to immerse themselves in the mind of some of the greatest philosophers. They hesitate because they feel deeply inadequate to the accomplishments and admiration of these highly regarded characters, thinking they would never be able to relate with their work because it would probably be... Read more
The team over at Kurzgesagt are decidedly in favour of the theory that the the global population will never come to reach 12 billion, as the population starts to being reach its tipping point around the year 2070. Their case is based on a four-stage theory of demographic transition... Read more
Not Everyone Can Read This. Can You? Mnay wluod tnihk yuo wuold hvae to hvae a sgtrane mnid to be raed a praargah lkie tihs. At frsit I cdnuolt blveiee taht I cluod aulactly raed seomhtnig so treribly wtitern mlyesf, but aoccdrnig to rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it dseno’t mtaetr... Read more
This all boys school in New Zealand provide one of the most powerful farewells any staff member could ever receive. What an honor it must have been for this retiring guidance counsellor to witness this performance as a token of respect for all his years of hard work. To... Read more
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Most of the people of whom we would consider to be ‘ creative thought leaders’, would be the first people to credit their mental inspiration to others. Our most highly valued original thinkers have always been quick to acknowledge their obligations to other minds, and the easiest way to access... Read more
The decision to attend post secondary education can be very taxing, and one really has to question the merits of the diploma that they are chasing after prior to making the leap. No school is going to give you the no-bullshit truth of what needs to be considered prior to... Read more