Imagine knowing that for 1 whole minute, where ever you may be or what ever time it is, the entire population of the world would be thinking/doing the same exact thing as you are. And that this thing was a positive thought or action. The same feeling you get when you are looking at the … More Human experiment – Concept
I really like this song, it takes me to a deep mysterious beautiful world and simultaneously gives me a sense of “anything can be overcome” if you keep at it. Doesn’t make much sense probably. That’s the beauty of music I guess, everyone interprets its in their own way and it becomes personal to an … More Mid week tune and re-post of an idea.
Imagine knowing that for 1 whole minute, where ever you may be or what ever time it is, the entire population of the world would be thinking/doing the same exact thing as you are. And that this “thing” was a positive thought or a simple action. I could compre it to the same feeling you … More Global human experiment.
This look very interesting and I can see it having an effect on a relationship whether it is new, old, romantic or platonic. My guess would be that it allows us to focus fully on one person and who they are, conscious of the fact that the other one is doing the same. Nowadays I … More How to get a deeper connection with anyone.
How do we weigh risks when facing favorable odds? I found it quite intriguing seeing how we view loss and gain. I definitely would be skeptical of betting my 10 vs his 1o bucks on a 50/50 coin toss. However betting 10 or a 100 times on my 10 vs his 20 bucks would have … More Interesting thought experiment on how we judge risks.
Great visual experiment! Dan Burns explains his space-time warping demo at a PTSOS workshop at Los Gatos High School, on March 10, 2012. Thanks to Shannon Range from the Gravity Probe B program for creating the original demonstration which he shared with Dan in 2004. Information on how to make your own Space-time Simulator can … More How to visualize space-time warping.
Here is a interesting series of six, sixty second episodes on thought experimentation. Enjoy!