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A little more perspective, a little more understanding

(featured image via Pixabay) Numbers appear to give precision, but they are often meaningless without a suitable context “It never rains in Southern California”, the song by Albert Hammond goes. This is untrue – the average annual rainfall over the … Continue reading

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Blinkers and intuitions

(featured image credit: MabelAmber) Our intuition may inadvertently fit us with blinkers If you live in the UK as an expatriate and have a name like mine, you stand out. Yes, you have to learn to live with a wide … Continue reading

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