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Times op-ed: What Is To Be Done? An answer to Dean Acheson's famous quip

On Tuesday 2 December, the Times ran an op-ed by me you can see HERE. It got cut slightly for space. Below is the original version that makes a few other points. 1,591 more words

UK Politics

Apple stock is a steal even at $700

”Much time has been wasted stressing over the latest operating moves Apple might make,” Michael Nielsen writes for Seeking Alpha. “I try not to waste time analyzing company pricing strategies or product designs – these strategies can be debated infinitely and there still will not be a ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answer.” 172 more words

Apple

End Game (Full Tilt)

END GAME

Full Tilt, 2013, Warner/Chappell Production Music
15 tracks, 32.55

With trailer music ever growing in popularity, we see ever more public releases. One of the latest is “End Game”, Full Tilt’s short but epic offering to the general public. 780 more words

Review

U.S. Marshals arrest Utah fugitive in Hawaii

LIHUE, HI – A convicted sex offender who fled Utah was arrested in Hawaii Friday on charges he violated his parole.

Members of the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force located and arrested Michael Gary Nielsen, 51, of Taylorsville at a residence on Haleilio Road in Kapaa, Hawaii. 116 more words

News

Lectures and Talks

This weekend, I finally got around to listen to these talks that I had marked down. All of those that I have mentioned below are worth listening, even if there are old videos. 684 more words

Conferences And Webcasts

Do you teach a psychology of religion course?

Dr. Michael Nielsen at Georgia Southern University is doing a survey of the field of psychology of religion to find out how it is taught.  Basically, he wants to know what texts are used, what department the class is in, the characteristics of the schools that the classes are in, etc.   38 more words

News

Open Science on Quora: Why Are We Not There, Yet?

In his Reinventing Discovery: The New Era of Networked Science, Nielsen argues that networked digital tools, such as discussion boards and online marketplaces, can make it easier for scientists to pool their data, share methodologies, and find collaborators, and actually, that we are living at the dawn of the most dramatic change in science in more than 300 years. 1,217 more words