A rift is tearing the internet apart. And it's the question of what color this dress is
. Society has been split into the white/golds and the blue/blacks. Thankfully some people have stepped up to explain, scientifically, what color this goddamn dress is. Read more...
Mobile alarms, oh, it is already 23:20. ‘Wake up’, mind strikes and forces me to get up from the bed. After taking a shower, I prepare my backpack for the next 12-hour working shift. My roommate, who is working the opposite shift, is going to be here any time for the next twelve hours. After finishing all my morning ‘rituals’, I climb up the stairs full of enthusiasm to go to the core lab where we sedimentologists
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.