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A blog by Leon Oudejans
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How can something be so right AND so wrong?

We typically believe in simple perspectives: it's either day or night rather than acknowledging dawn or twilight. Things are either black or white rather than the many shades of grey in between. People are either right or wrong rather than considering subjective truths. Many - if not most - things are dualistic in our lives (eg, us/them, yes/no). If so, how can...

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Vaccine mandates vs labour shortages

CNN, 31 October: "American Airlines canceled another 634 flights on Sunday, more than 12% of its total operations for the day, the company said Sunday. The airline has now canceled more than 1,500 flights since Friday, as it deals with weather issues and staffing shortages that started last week." Some media claim that vaccine mandates are causing those staffing...

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Tweedeling in de samenleving

Enkele dagen geleden schreef een NRC nieuwsbrief over de ontstane tweedeling in de Nederlandse samenleving. Na enig nadenken geloof ik dat die opmerking inderdaad (nog) een voorbeeld is van een fundamentele verandering in de maatschappij van trialisme (de "all-inclusive" samenleving) naar dualisme (de "haves" versus de "have nots" c.q. winners vs losers). De...

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More information = more focus = less knowledge = less common sense

Each day, I receive some 150 newsletters from various backgrounds. I scan all topics and read several articles. There’s a considerable overlap in their topics, which allows me to create some efficiencies. Some articles look promising initially, but are not. The opposite also happens. I’ve plenty of time, being without a paid job. I use that time to read, think and...

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Every 27.5 million years, the Earth’s heart beats catastrophically (Big Think)

Big Think title: Every 27.5 million years, the Earth’s heart beats catastrophicallyBT subtitle: Geologists discover a rhythm to major geologic events.By: ROBBY BERMANDate: 22 June 2021 ["SUMMARY:]It appears that Earth has a geologic "pulse," with clusters of major events occurring every 27.5 million years.Working with the most accurate dating methods available, the...

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The weakness in me

For the last couple of weeks, I've been worried whether my sadness was a weakness or a strength. The German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) had a clear view on this matter: “That which does not kill us, makes us stronger” (Wiki). With hindsight, I agree. My moments of sadness feel like waves, slowly building, shortly peaking, and then slowly...

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