Covid19 – the least dangerous part

The virus has proved to be the least dangerous part of the pandemic. The medical reaction – putting old people on ventilators, emptying hospitals for a non-event, based on wild data modelling of everything bad that could possibly happen, ignoring everything we know about how viruses behave in the real world, was just the start. … [Read more…]

The Flaws in Intelligence

Twenty first century intelligence has strayed a long way from Weischler (progenitor of the WAIS tests – that is the foremost intelligence tests, used in education and neuropsychometrics) original definition “the global capacity of a person to act purposefully, to think rationally and to deal effectively with his (or her) environment.” Weischler was specifically interested … [Read more…]

Why MoodMap?

MoodMapping helps people objectively monitor, measure and manage their moods. Mood is the most basic part of our personality. It dictates behaviour, success, socialIf we can’t manage our moods, not only are we unlikely to do well in life, but we are likely to lose friends, feel isolated and lose all pleasure in life. increasing … [Read more…]

Are Men the Problem?

Are men the problem, or is it just White Men. If men are the problem, then it is all men. White men are probably the most civilised men on the planet, although that is not a high bar for them to step over. A civilised man treats women with respect and looks out for the … [Read more…]

Covid19 and the First Global Civil War

“When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth” Sherlock Holmes What do governments world wide know about Covid19 that we don’t? What do we know – that the world has changed or been changed beyond recognition. And no single narrative can explain it, which suggests there may several narratives … [Read more…]