Monthly Archives: May 2015

A Battlefield for Blind Slaves

“We do not react to reality. We react to our perception of reality.” The Blind Men and the Elephant In a famous ancient story, a group of blind men are taken to an elephant to learn what it is like. … Continue reading

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The Code of the Jungle

Sword, Gun, Drone or Nuclear? Law of the Jungle One of the above antelopes, most probably the weakest or the slowest, will be killed and eaten. Rule Number One of the Code of the Jungle is well known: it refers … Continue reading

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HCVI: Civilizational Values Matrix

How to measure Human Success? Picture: Van Gogh, “Starry Night Over the Rhone” Vincent van Gogh (1853 – 1890) painted more than 2100 artworks. His masterpieces are now available to practically anyone on the planet to adore that unique emanation … Continue reading

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The Absolute Rules

(1) Pirates Dividing Booty The captivating charm of being unlimitedly human is that each one of us is unique. We are all different. We indulge in being different from others, and we enjoy communicating with others because they are different. … Continue reading

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To Conquer the World

A for Alexander, A for Archimedes Alexander III of Macedon Territories, invaded by Alexander III of Macedon Alexander III of Macedon (356 – 323 BC) was called Alexander the Great. The following is an example of his by far prevailing … Continue reading

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