Monthly Archives: August 2015

Confirmation Bias Ilustrated

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The Donald Trump Distallation Process?

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The Four Types of “Christianity”

Well I was thinking about Christianity, in the light of what I read in on line postings. There are hundreds if not thousands of different “Christian” sects, but I figure roughly these days they cluster as follows: 1) Leviticanistas, whose … Continue reading

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Overturning the Fundamental Attribution Error of Social Psychology

The “fundamental attribution error” beloved of social psychologists suggests we attribute too much of other peoples’ behavior to their character and disposition, but not enough to the social situation facing them. So on a remote hiking trail we stop to … Continue reading

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Conflict Map: America Before Colonization

So few people know the information that this map contains. I thought it interesting: the map and the ignorance of it.

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Map of Percentage of Country’s Population Killed in World War Two

Chilling map of the percentage of each country’s population killed in World War Two: See also: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2015/06/18/map-the-countries-that-suffered-the-most-during-world-war-ii/?tid=hybrid_experimentrandom_1_na    

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Conflict Poetry: “Epitaphs of War” Rudyard Kipling

Rudyard Kipling, often seen as jingoistic poet, persuaded his only son to volunteer for the First World War, where he was killed six weeks after his 18th birthday at the Battle of Loos in 1915. His body was never found. … Continue reading

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