Monthly Archives: September 2019

Email to Daniel S

Email to Daniel S after watching YouTube Making Sense of Sensemaking: Daniel Schmachtenberger, Jamie Wheal, Jordan Hall – Top Chat Replay Hi Daniel Enjoyed the conversation between you three. I think Jordan has it seriously wrong in a really deep … Continue reading

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Quora – passage of time and evolution

Quora – To what extent does our understanding of the passage of time stem from our evolution as a species? It seems very probable that everything about us stems from the evolution of something at some level (chemical, genetic, behavioural, … Continue reading

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Quora – Healthcare question

What could be a possible quantitative research question on NZ Healthcare? One that would interest me greatly is: What is the impact of diet on frequency of visits to the healthcare system for illness (as distinct from accident)? Within that, … Continue reading

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Quora – Climate change

Quora – We’re so focused on slowing climate change, but do we have any focus on adapting to it? Climate change has been a topic at three different meetings I have attended in the last 7 days, one at national … Continue reading

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Laurie – Lifelong learning

Lifelong Learning What are you actively learning about? What not!!! Water, nutrients, soils, people, politics, shearwaters, dotterels, AI, security protocols, xBase programming with SSL protocols and PostGRE SQL, golf, landslides, earthquakes, law, governance, natural justice and jurisprudence, policy development and … Continue reading

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Quora – Study shows aging reversed

Quora – What do you think of this new study that scientists might be able to not only slow the process of aging but actually reverse? I’ll go a step beyond Aubrey. It was clear to me in 1974, as … Continue reading

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Quora – chances of living to 120 years old

What are the statistical chances that a person alive today will live to be 120 years old? My best guess, about 0.7 (70%). And most of that comes from the likelihood of any significant number of people surviving the various … Continue reading

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