A discussion on the ambiguous meaning of this term and how to avoid culture preventing evolution, just because that’s the way it’s always been done.
Conversation with Felix Martin
Video conversation with Felix Martin, 87 at the time this post, and one of the strongest persons I know. A discussion about life from childhood to today.
Grasping the notion of time
A post on the notion of time, discussing how our perception can vary, and ways to experience its passing through instruments and meditation.
Do indoor lights make our eyes more fragile?
When I was a kid my parents were often telling me to not read or work under dark light conditions. If they came into my bedroom and saw me study without the main light, or my desk lamp was off, for example when my book or worksheet was shaded, they asked me to turn them on. They would tell me “it’s bad for your eyes to work without enough light“. While as a kid I wasn’t too thrilled about the constant reminders I think they did the right thing. To this day I don’t need reading glasses.
Why did the dinosaurs die?
New findings from the Chicxulub crater provide additional support for the asteroid impact and its role in the extinction of dinosaurs.
Short sunset walk playing with the camera
Spring is in full force. Layla and I wanted to go for a walk before the sunset, so I looked at the windows: skies looked clear. As soon as we went out it started raining cats and dogs, and it was still sunny. It stopped after a few minutes so we could finish without getting […]