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The Aftermath Of Language

I always get a sense of aftershock from reading a book to its end. If comparable, it feels sort of like an internal shell shocked soldier returning from war. 1,099 more words


Improving Research Credibility

If auditing efforts are indeed revealing a reproducibility problem in the areas of scientific (and behavioral) research, then perhaps a better way forward might take the form of a ‘credibility rating’ appended to published papers, indicating (for a start) the number of times a study has been reproduced, and by whom.

Source: Jason Hreha via Wikimind

On My Mind

Shedding the 'Blues' - Expert Advice

In his “Thought for the Day” Shri Easwaran has given an excellent remedy for the Blues. It requires no doctor visit, no trip to a drug store, and frankly no material means what so ever! 252 more words


Corruption and Company Behavior

Corruption is a cost factor for the society or as Transparency International chairman Jose Ugaz said: “Corruption is a tax that is paid by the poorest in our countries.”  763 more words

Patrick Henz

Being Unreasonable may lead to Innovation

By Somali K Chakrabarti

The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.

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 By Somali K Chakrabarti

Rising against odds

Shaken base yet unshaken spirit

Gritty, glorious, brave-heart

My first attempt at haiku.

Source of inspiration :  Maniparna Sengupta Majumdar ( 66 more words


Compassion and Charity

With the unhappy events all over the world it is easy for one to feel compassion and charity. However, most are stopped by the ponderous question, “Where to begin”. 199 more words