Have you recently taken a look at how many humans are on this planet? The number is 7,405,107,650 as of July 2017 according to the CIA World Factbook. That’s right … Continue reading Interesting Thoughts #5: World Population
What are numbers at a fundamental level? I’ve always found this question rather interesting as I’ve dealt with plenty of numbers throughout my career working in the finance industry. Yet, … Continue reading What are Numbers?
It’s often said that if we want to understand a person, we need to look at ideas from their perspective. However, can we truly comprehend ideas from another persons perspective … Continue reading Interesting Thoughts #4: Perspective
If you didn’t know old you were, how would you measure your age? What methods could be employed to determine this? Maybe you’ll base it off of how you feel … Continue reading If you didn’t know your Age
As you’re walking past people, always remember to give a gentle smile – you never know how much it could mean to that person. Maybe they’re having a bad day … Continue reading Always Remember to Smile
“Is the glass half full or half empty” is a famous proverbial phrase that usually signifies either a optimistic or pessimistic interpretation of the glass. The intent of this axiom … Continue reading A different viewpoint to the question: “Is the glass half full or half empty?”
Hello everyone, hope you folks are having a wonderful day. From one of my musings, here’s a thought experiment that I developed with several questions in which I compare a … Continue reading Interesting Thoughts #3: Will we still be considered a Conscious being or Machine?
“It’s okay to think of crazy ideas at school. When people go to school, they fear their ideas are too crazy. Education is not to stop crazy ideas. Education is … Continue reading Interesting Thoughts #2 : Education
Everything that we see in the world is delayed. Even when we look at ourselves in a mirror, that is also delayed. We can never truly see what we look … Continue reading Interesting Thoughts #1: Anything we look at is delayed.