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2 | Infographic: See The Daily Routines Of The World's Most Famous Creative People We tend to imagine writers, painters, and composers burning the midnight oil, skipping meals, and working feverishly when true inspiration strikes. In fact, Tchaikovsky and Charles Dickens got plenty of Zs each night. Immanuel Kant made a point of visiting the pub every day. And Auden, Milton, and Beethoven kept precise work schedules. 2 | Infographic: See The Daily Routines Of The World's Most Famous Creative People
50 Questions That Will Free Your Mind Jose | The Arcane Front These questions have no right or wrong answers. Sometimes asking the right question IS the answer… How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?Which is worse, failing or never trying? 50 Questions That Will Free Your Mind
Christian Felber no es el típico profesor de Economía. Lo suyo fue la Filología, la Psicología y las Ciencias Sociales, e incluso la danza moderna, antes de sentir la llamada del «bien común» y diseminar en 30 países la semillas de ese «modelo alternativo al capitalismo y al comunismo» que lleva promoviendo desde el 2010 y que ha echado por igual raíces en Austria, Alemania y España (su tierra adoptiva). En una gélida mañana vienesa y sin quitarse la bufanda roja, este austríaco de 41 años critica en un español muy directo el «canibalismo» del actual sistema y propone, ni más ni menos, que trasladar a la economía «los valores que están el corazón de la sociedad y que son incluso reconocidos por nuestras constituciones». Cooperación, confianza, democracia, solidaridad... Esos son a su entender algunos de los pilares de La Economía del Bien Común (Deusto), practicada ya por más de 1.500 empresas que aspiran a devolver el factor humano a la maltrecha economía. «La economía necesita alinearse con los valores humanos en lugar de practicar el canibalismo» | ELMUNDO.es «La economía necesita alinearse con los valores humanos en lugar de practicar el canibalismo» | ELMUNDO.es
The first of a 5-part series examining the state of contemporary psychedelic culture through the contributions of its principal architects: Alexander 'Sasha' Shulgin, Terence McKenna, and Alex Grey. In November of 2000, a DEA sting dubbed ‘Operation White Rabbit’ arrested William Leonard Pickard and Clyde Apperson while they were moving an alleged LSD production laboratory from a renovated Atlas-E missile-silo in Wamego Kansas to an undisclosed location. Many questions remain regarding the case and the involvement of the DEA’s informant Todd Skinner[1], and the DEA now claims that no LSD was ever produced at this silo. But both statistical analysis and anecdotal street-evidence agree with the DEA’s claim that this one ‘bust’ resulted in a 95% drop in the world’s LSD supply at that time, making it seem possible that there might actually be ‘An End to Acid’. A year later almost to the day (Nov 10th, 2001) LSD’s original Merry Prankster, Ken Kesey, died. The Second Psychedelic Revolution Part One: The End of Acid The Second Psychedelic Revolution Part One: The End of Acid
«La economía necesita alinearse con los valores humanos en lugar de practicar el canibalismo» | ELMUNDO.es
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First Mathematical Model of a Gift Economy  — The Physics arXiv Blog First Mathematical Model of a Gift Economy  — The Physics arXiv Blog One of the founders of modern economic theory was the French mathematician Leon Walras. In the late 19th century, Walras laid down the fundamental ideas behind equilibrium theory which has gone on to have profound effects on economic thinking, on wealth creation and ultimately on the nature of 21st century society. Equilibrium theory is the idea that in any market the forces of supply and demand will push prices towards an equilibrium. It’s great advantage is that it can be precisely formulated mathematically which allows economists to make specific predictions about the way markets should behave. This mathematical predictability is like a drug for economists, locking them into certain patterns of thought that they have struggled to move beyond. In particular, equilibrium theory does not allow for the kinds of dramatic collapses in prices that various markets have repeatedly experienced throughout history.
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UPDATED: 166 Documentaries To Expand Your Consciousness
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How Many Influence, Persuasion, Compliance Tactics & Strategies Are There? How many influence tactics exist? There were a number of attempts to create influence taxonomies in the 1980s, and the answer to the question depends on (you guessed it!) who you ask. There's even debate over how to think about the question. Some think we should be looking for basic, underlying dimensions to influence approaches. Others attempt to identify families or clusters of tactics. How Many Influence, Persuasion, Compliance Tactics & Strategies Are There?
Click here to edit contents of this page. Click here to toggle editing of individual sections of the page (if possible). Watch headings for an "edit" link when available. Append content without editing the whole page source. Frequently Asked Questions about Hinduism - वेद Veda Frequently Asked Questions about Hinduism - वेद Veda
descargá sus cuadernos y materiales de estudio Lobo suelto! no habla de política, no sabe hacerlo. Habla sí, a su modo, ante la política. No habla de otros, no quiere hacerlo. Habla sí ante los otros. Ha olvidado su nombre personal, usa los pseudónimos que va recibiendo. descargá sus cuadernos y materiales de estudio
Calabi–Yau manifold Calabi–Yau manifolds are complex manifolds that are higher-dimensional analogues of K3 surfaces. They are sometimes defined as compact Kähler manifolds whose canonical bundle is trivial, though many other similar but inequivalent definitions are sometimes used. They were named "Calabi–Yau spaces" by Candelas et al. (1985) after E. Calabi–Yau manifold
Leonard Susskind [Photo by Anne Elizabeth Warren] CLR INTERVIEW: Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch Professor of theoretical physics at Stanford University. His new book, The Black Hole Wars, details his battles with Stephen Hawking over the true nature of black holes. The resulting theory postulates that every object in our world is actually a hologram being projected from the farthest edges of space. Seriously. Leonard Susskind On His Black Hole War with Stephen Hawking Leonard Susskind On His Black Hole War with Stephen Hawking
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El Camino de Wudang Para los Daoístas existe una fuerza, energía, o conexión que une a las personas entrelazando sus caminos, que une sus destinos en un momento y lugar determinado, a esta fuerza la llaman Feng Yue.
And those whose hearts are fixed on Reality itself deserve the title of Philosophers. (Plato, Republic, 380BC) Denying realism amounts to megalomania (the most widespread occupational disease of the professional philosopher). (Karl Popper, 1975) Hi and welcome everyone (March, 2012) This website is about truth and reality - about how you and everything around you exist in space. On Truth & Reality: Philosophy Physics Metaphysics of Space, Wave Structure of Matter. Famous Science Art Quotes.
Learn more about Colm Kelleher here. Mathematical and logical paradoxes are a fascinating and important subject - and they’re not all as easily resolved as Zeno’s! It takes a few minutes to get there, but here’s a great explanation of (arguably) the most famous paradox in all of math and all the craziness it led to. What is Zeno’s Dichotomy Paradox? - Colm Kelleher
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