Monthly Archives: January 2011

Richard Rorty – Education as Socialization and as Individualization

Here’s a really good talk about education and how we need to completely re-conceptualize it (give it a paradigm shift). It also touches on the ADHD epidemic, and how it relates. The video sort of reminds me of a Richard … Continue reading

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History of Chemistry: Pt. 3

the conclusion to the last post,¬†looking at the BBC documentary ‘Chemistry: A Volatile History’

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History of Chemistry: Pt. 2

this is a continuation of the last post, looking at the BBC documentary ‘Chemistry: A Volatile History’

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History of Chemistry: Pt. 1

Here’s a long doc on the history of chemistry, which is surprisingly interesting. The first episode covers the following:

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Solar Power

The doc below relates to the last article I wrote: How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth. It discusses how far solar power has come, and gives examples of south Germany and Spain as progressive countries who are shifting … Continue reading

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