It is always the same stories we are fascinated about (at least some of us). They constantly reappear in various shades, and so does Cinderella. Not so much the fact of regurgitation is amazing, but its variation. The most popular … Continue reading
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While there are lots of publications written and recorded on youtube to describe what a psychopath is and how it can be detected and defended, this publication exclusively focuses on hints that can be obtained from facebook, and yes—I’m so … Continue reading
At a reading at the Leipzig Book Fair, Ipicked up the following quote today. Falling in love is just like handing over to someone the power to seriously harm you, but only those who don’t abuse deserve it.
– A social psychological explanation of rising number of bearded men. – A few years ago a study appeared that tried to explain the growing popularity of beards. In a nutshell the theory goes that men’s attractiveness to possible mating … Continue reading
Quote from facebook. “OMGinger Snaps! Do you know how depressing it is to see that all the most Beautiful women in the world are either in the UKRAINE or Russia……….here in America are all these fat ass women who are … Continue reading
A study published in Nature recently confirms gender differences in error response. I wonder how this will be re-interpreted by feminists.
The question that most disturbs me is why don’t we have a king of that age? Would be a sole king of that age also be so ungrudgingly tolerated? Wouldn’t he be confronted with perpetual embarrassing questions about his political … Continue reading
This is a rather satirical response to a recommended post by The Little Mermaid whose link address is given here [https://thelittlemermaid09.wordpress.com/2016/04/03/the-perks-of-dating-much-older-men/]. She illustrates the bright side that easily can be appreciated by an old men dating a much younger woman. … Continue reading
This is bad news actually. It was published recently in an open access scientific paper. It is bad news in particular for all those who believe in the benefit of K-selection. For those unfamiliar with the r/K-theory, this page provides … Continue reading
The purpose of this little private assay is rationalizing. Expressing a problem verbally is rationalizing. Avoiding misunderstandings in cross cultural communication is strenuously and meticulously describing with words. It is rationalizing. By contrast, nonverbal communication often fails across cultures. (The … Continue reading