The New York Times Bestseller Antifragile talks about things in our world that grow stronger from healthy stressors. The word "antifragile" describes systems that occur in nature, things that not only grow stronger from stress, but that actually weaken without positive stressors. A negative stress, for example, is a chronic stress; one that is never resolved and is ever present. Chronic stress breaks something that is antifragile; lack of stress weakens it. A positive stress is one that comes and goes, like physical stress from exercise.Read More
Here is an old link to an amazing New York Times article on love and marriage.
Who knew, the New York Times is also a little #polyglamorous?!
There are two types of evolution. Genetic and memetic.
Genetic refers to the evolution of genes. Memetic refers to the evolution of ideas.
Things that exist in and are caused by nature are natural. Ideas come from our minds. Our minds come from nature. Therefore, they are both natural.Read More