If you can’t see any flaws in the arguments of those you agree with, and you can’t see any merit in the arguments of those you disagree with, then chances are you are in the grip of confirmation bias. 15 more words
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- ‘Their experiment, the authors write, suggests that when we do something with another person, we pay more attention to that experience than we would if we weren’t sharing it, even though we now have somebody else to think about.’ Anna North… 2,346 more words
Screams and sirens slice past the normal buzz of the city, hammering into our heroine’s eardrums, springing tense muscles into action. Plummeting to the ground from her four-story apartment window, she races across the sidewalk, stripping away the accessories of her secret identity in stride. 695 more words
One of my favourite aspects of systems thinking was the consideration of thinking traps. It brings into play all kinds of problems with the way that humans consider information, and why we often grab the wrong end of a stick (the shitty end, usually). 326 more words
You know what I find funny?
When I’m discussing animation with people, and whenever the topic shifts to shows such as Sofia the First, Miles from Tomorrowland, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Littlest Pet Shop, Looney Tunes, Uncle Grandpa, Scooby-Doo 1,334 more words