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Human Social Behaviour

One probably does not have to seek obtuse explanations with respect to social manipulation (including “supra national control” ) The simple reality is that humans “like like” and feel uncomfortable with any alien presence. This inclination of humans to segregate … Continue reading

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Profiling and Language

A recent ploy of politicians over the last half century has been to attempt to suppress “profiling”.   “Profiling” is a highly sophisticated identity recognizing mechanism. It is inherent in humans and part of an intuitive behavioural mechanism of self-protection … Continue reading

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The extinction of humans as a species.

Lord Reece, the astronomer royal, has recently expressed concern about the possibility of human extinction. He has proposed a unit to research this possibility. Humans have survived millennia of famine, disease and many calamities of their environment. So humans believe … Continue reading

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Human Decision Processes

How certain is “certainty”? How much of the “complete picture” can humans assemble? Where do intuitive behaviours lie in human behaviour? Can self-perception distinguish between the inate and the cognitive? Continue reading

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