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Leverage points in complex systems

Leverage points in complex systems

In science, chaotic systems are a higher level of order than the brain can comprehend. They are complex, which is different from complicated. Sometimes we mix these two adjectives up. For a certainty, they are not the same. Complex systems are, well, complex. (Sorry...

Statistics, Fear and Manipulation

Here’s an interesting observation. It’s from an excerpt from Steven Levitt’s book Freakonomics. Fear best thrives in the present tense. That is why experts rely on it; in a world that is increasingly impatient with long-term processes, fear is a potent...

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