The tides are changing quite literally when looking at the melting ice-caps of both poles. Even the more conservative predictions by scientist paint a grim picture. Essentially the world as we know it, especially geographically is undergoing both irreversible and permanent changes. The near future will require tough and very calculated decisions in the face … More The tides are changing, time to face the issues.
It has been clear for sometime that listening to loud music is bad for you in the long run. But where is the safe boundary? According to this recent study the limit is 85 decibels and no more than 1 hour of listening a day. http://mic.com/articles/111818/this-un-study-on-hearing-loss-shows-that-we-re-probably-all-listening-to-music-wrong?utm_source=policymicTBLR&utm_medium=main&utm_campaign=social If this is the case I can say goodbye … More Risking permanent hearing loss?
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.