Daily Archives: March 19, 2012

Big History: The History of the Universe in Under 18 minutes….David Christian at TED

Want to know about the history of the universe in under 18 minutes? There is a marvelous movement afoot world wide: to teach ‘Big History’, the history of the 13.7 billion years of the universe, to high school students around … Continue reading

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Bilingual is Better: Internal Conflict Between Two Languages is Potentially Creative

Great piece in today’s New York Times on why bilingual speakers are smarter, by Yudhijit Bhattacharjee. It suggests that the sort of stereoscopy behind the Creative Conflict Model of this blog, seeing things from two different viewpoints provided by two different … Continue reading

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New Zealand Second World War Deaths

 I am getting a steady stream of hits on this blog from New Zealand, and I thought I would simply note that New Zealand’s 11,929 war dead of the Second World War might be dwarfed by the numbers killed in … Continue reading

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