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Thought Provoking | 22 Oct 2013

A Narrative of Disappearing Intelligences

“The universe is made of stories, not atoms,” poet Muriel Rukeyser memorably asserted. The Stories aren’t merely essential to how we understand the world — they are how we understand the world. Read this deeply profound commentary by Prasoon Joshi The Content readily available, but narrative is rare It was some hundred thousand years ago […]

Thought Provoking | 21 Jun 2013

The Dark Vast Forest

“. .The experience has taught me that you cannot value dreams according to the odds of their coming true. Their real value is instirring within us the will to aspire. That will, wherever it finally leads, does at least move you forward. And after a time you may recognize That the proper measure of success […]

Thought Provoking | 05 Jun 2013

The more you Know, The less you Need

According to Yvon Chouinard, If you’re not part of the solution you’re still part of the problem. “Everything we personally own that’s made, sold, shipped, stored, cleaned, and ultimately thrown away does some environmental harm every step of the way, harm that we’re either directly responsible for or is done on our behalf.” “If you […]

Thought Provoking | 01 Jan 2013

Perspective in space

Thought Provoking | 31 May 2012

Associative Learning

“We are the descendants of those who were most successful at finding patterns. This process is called association learning and is fundamental to all animal behavior, from C. elegans to H. sapiens. I call this process patternicity, or the tendency to find meaningful patterns in both meaningful and meaningless noise.” — Michael Shermer We can’t […]

Thought Provoking | 23 Jan 2012

The New Reality

The Content isn’t King, Context is King .. Wish to share eloquent,persuasive & dazzling essay by Lawrence H. Summers, may appear long to read on the web, however its worth the attention and effort.  Lawrence H. Summers is former president of Harvard University and former secretary of the Treasury. This essay is based on a […]

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