Last week I found some really interesting sites. The first one was Quora. I found a blogpost that highlighted some good reasons to get involved there. I clicked through and was indeed immediately hooked. ItÂ is a question and answer site, where anyone can ask and answer all kinds of questions. But apart from that, you… Continue reading Collective Sharing of Individual Knowledge
Recently I was thinking about information. How ‘real’ is our knowledge? My thoughts on that went into many directions (as usual) but I kept coming back to something the writer David Foster Wallace said in an interview. I came across this writer because several people mentioned him. The first time was a while ago, when… Continue reading Patterns of Meaning that Develop over Time
This is the third time I am going to upload the same video on this blog. The reason for that is that I think this video is extremely important. I think it gives a way out of a very old problem.Â The problem of choice between Monism and Dualism. It is a video of the physicist… Continue reading Is our World Dualistic after all?
In my previous post Making a Concept of the Whole, I uploaded a video of David Bohm where he talks about finding a way to make quantum physics intelligible. After the transcription, I was going to add my understanding of what he said there, but got a lot of problems with uploading that post. At… Continue reading Make the Quantum World Understandable