https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyBcHUe4WeQ Das Feel baby If Hobbes had not written Leviafeel and Marx das Kapifeel and Mao the little red feel where would we be? Anyone would think there are only two genders #OnlyTwoGenders #GlastonburyHasLetItselfgo #ConquestofDough #DumberandDouma #EUssr #MeinFeel https://twitter.com/PMotels/status/1145287868061016070 https://twitter.com/PaulEmbery/status/1145081786235572224 https://twitter.com/PMotels/status/1145205262766284805 https://twitter.com/PMotels/status/1145238124618035200 https://twitter.com/PMotels/status/1145287868061016070 Roger Lewis Roger Lewis Introvert(41%) iNtuitive(56%) … Continue reading Das Feel. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®
Wonderful as usual Tony. Why are you not running the bbc, THE WORLD WOULD BE A BETTER PLACE IF YOU WERE.
We can but dream.
BCfm’s weekly Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling with Irish Republican Labour activist Martin Summers
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First hour news review: Brexit Party – their ideas and possible policies; poll saying 40 Labour seats could be lost to Brexit Party; is Brexit deliverable? Boris’s blunders and mistakes – the Skripal affair;
Dr David Halpin, former surgeon, discusses Jeremy Hunt’s record as Health Secretary (2012-2018) and Hunt’s family connections with…
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John, the level of denial is palpable in the public face of the ego-driven narrative merchants. The Public face of the Establishment,
The easy way to see who they regard as the Fourth Estate is to look at the risibly absurdist comedy gem that is Credder.
Prisons as Frameworks:
“The prisons are the frameworks. And those who do not like prisons will be opposed to the myth of the framework. They will welcome a discussion with a partner who comes from another world, from another framework, for it gives them an opportunity to discover their so far unfelt chains, to break these chains, and thus to transcend themselves. But this breaking of one’s prison is clearly not a matter of routine: it can only be the result of a critical effort and of a creative effort.”
In some ways, learning a new language is like expanding the horizons of our current prison, not simply because it forces us to experience new ways of seeing the world, but rather because it forces us to reexamine our own.
If we care to raise our eyes for a minute from a choice between sociopaths and the destructive determination of Remainers, it is becoming increasingly obvious that the abject failure of wealth to trickle down is hurtling towards a push v shove moment. The comfortable may vote Tory and the desperate Labour in the hope that this can be avoided, but it cannot. The squeezed middle may yet, in time, usher in an era of practical pragmatism as an alternative to ideology. But don’t hold your breath.
A litre of diesel in England costs £1.32, or thereabouts. In France, the price has crept up again to €1.48. The tolls driving from Calais to Aquitaine cost me a whopping €107, and the fuel €95. For the French in general (beyond the metropolitan citadans and bobos) this kind of tax-driven inflation isn’t funny: more than any other factor, it explains…
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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT INITIATIVE FOR PLURALISM IN ECONOMICS ARGENTINA - AUSTRALIA - AUSTRIA - BRAZIL - CANADA - CHILE - DENMARK - FRANCE - GERMANY - INDIA - ISRAEL - ITALY - PAKISTAN - RUSSIA - SLOVENIA- SPAIN - SWEDEN - SWITZERLAND - UNITED KINGDOM - USA - URUGUAY HOME OPEN LETTER MEMBER GROUPS SUPPORT US … Continue reading INTERNATIONAL STUDENT INITIATIVE FOR PLURALISM IN ECONOMICS
Freeman Dyson Physicist FREEMAN DYSON, now retired, has spent most of his life as a professor of physics at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, taking time off to advise the US government and write books for the general public. He was born in England and worked as a civilian scientist for the Royal Air … Continue reading The Brain Is Full of Maps. A Talk By Freeman Dyson
https://www.edge.org/q2011/q11_3.html#taleb CHARLES SEIFE Professor of Journalism, New York University; formerly journalist, Science magazine; Author, Proofiness Randomness Our very brains revolt at the idea of randomness. We have evolved as a species to become exquisite pattern-finders — long before the advent of science, we figured out that a salmon-colored sky heralds a dangerous storm, or that … Continue reading Randomness. CHARLES SEIFE
https://web.archive.org/web/20150522065726/http://leakygrammar.net:80/2012/07/15/karl-popper-breaking-out-of-the-prison-of-language/ KARL POPPER: BREAKING OUT OF THE PRISON OF LANGUAGE July 15, 2012 · by Gavin · in People, Random Leaks. · Having just written about Wittgenstein, I thought following up with a short post on the philosopher Karl Popper would be apt. Wittgenstein and Popper are an interesting duo, both very different kinds of planets orbiting around the sun of philosophical thought. … Continue reading KARL POPPER: BREAKING OUT OF THE PRISON OF LANGUAGE July 15, 2012 · by Gavin
https://youtu.be/wBe8MTcCqKs Signs Symbols Stories Language. Winston/Chomsky. ( MIT) Understanding in our minds and what we express through communication in language are not systems designed to complement each other. This leads to confusions and the disjoint can be manipulated against our own best interests. I have been pondering lately whether in Sweden a country that uses … Continue reading Signs Symbols Stories Language. Winston/Chomsky. ( MIT) Understanding in our minds and what we express through communication in language
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nExqD_Ed_Qo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54f0np2Jcvc The rules of randomness are so powerful that they have given physics some of its most sacrosanct and immutable laws. Though the atoms in a box full of gas are moving at random, their collective behavior is described by a simple set of deterministic equations. Even the laws of thermodynamics derive their power … Continue reading #ObjectiveKhunts, Grub Street, From here to there Indexing Social Media onwards to Web 3 #OIP #Alexandria #GrubStreet
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