Understanding How People Make Decisions and Judgments Robert Sams presented at the 2015 National Workers Compensation Summit in Melbourne NSW on 25 February. In the midst of presentations that mainly focused on numbers, graphs and data, most of which were about how to ‘control’ workers compensation (including people, organisations and stake holders), Rob’s presentation focused […]
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Believe it or not, the present is not as gloomy as you think
Please memorize the second one.
This is so important to me
Well, yeah, ww2 was raging in the early to mid 1940s. Not really a good period to compare rates of violent death to.
I love this kind of historical perspective on progress.
An artist’s conception of Scholz’s Star and its brown dwarf companion passing through the outer solar system. (Credit: Michael Osadciw/University of Rochester). A fascinating announcement out of the Astrophysical Journal caught our eye last week, as researchers announced that a newly discovered star made a close pass through our very own solar system some 70,000 [...]
It’s Friday, and here without further fanfare is the conclusion to our Mars-spanning adventure The Hunt For Beagle. You can start back at chapter 1 and read the entire tale here a chapter at a time on Astroguyz, or read the tale in its entirety over on Amazon.com. Enjoy! The Hunt For Beagle by David [...]