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The Making of a Man (or Woman) Part 1

Human Existence Is an Accident Based on a Totally Random Genetic Mutation

This was a headline screaming from atop a Newsweek article cited by one of my Facebook friends. 268 more words

City Guide: Darwin

ABOUT DARWIN 

The capital of the Northern Territory, Darwin is well known for its proximity to Kakadu National Park, Katherine Gorge and Litchfield National Park. 815 more words

Blogging

Does Information Smell?

Riccardo Manzotti and Tim Parks have been doing a nice job of creating a fun and thought provoking series of dialogs in the New York Review Daily. 5,760 more words

Cognitive Science

My letter to the Financial Times: Modern financial theory has been built on a conceit

Published December 11th, 2017
Sir, I wholeheartedly agree with Gillian Tett’s column (December 2) covering the connections between finance and social sciences. Since the early writings of 13th-century theologians such as Thomas Aquinas, what we call economics had been taught as a broad discipline covering politics, society, ethics, husbandry and moral philosophy. 212 more words

Welcome to Darwin's Piggy Bank (DPB)

This blog brings together people who are interested in behavioral finance, evolutionary economics, adaptive algorithms, ethics and a passion for investing.

Victims Street Pepper Spraying say Crowd Sprayed 'With no Warning'

More people involved in an incident where police pepper-sprayed a group of partygoers in Darwin have come forward to criticise the actions of officers, as the NT Ombudsman and NT Police investigate. 506 more words

Australia

Darwin to Adelaide Roadtrip - December 2017

Day 2 Mataranka to Tennant Creek

Checked out at 9.35 am and fuelled up.

Along the way we started seeing what looked like small people by the side of the road. 331 more words

Travel Reviews