Monthly Archives: August 2017

Shaping our reality

(Featured image credit: Free-Photos) Is there an objective reality, and are we capable of observing it? On the day after Donald Trump officially became the US president, the then White House press secretary stated the crowd “was the largest audience ever … Continue reading

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Eggs and chips

(featured image credit: paul sandham/CC) Why we see two similar health threats very differently My native country is in international the news again, thanks to the unfolding egg scandal that is now expanding well beyond its borders. Traces of Fipronil, … Continue reading

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What do we want? Control!

(image credit: Sarah Ross/CC) Control and freedom of choice are important to us, and we are prepared to pay real money for it. But things are not always that simple… ‘A la carte’ – a posh French phrase that implies something … Continue reading

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