All Communication Lessons

All Communication Lessons

Why EVs Sales are Horrible

https://fee.org/articles/why-the-ev-market-is-sputtering Last month Ford announced it was slashing in half its production goal for its most popular electrical vehicle, the F-150 Lightning pickup truck. Bloomberg News reported that the company’s flagship...

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Noam Chomsky as Seen by Tom Wolfe

[pdf-embedder url="https://atlantisschoolofcommunication.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/HarpersMagazine-The-Origins-of-Speech.pdf" title="HarpersMagazine-The Origins of Speech"] The Origins of Speech In the beginning, was Chomsky by Tom Wolfe Nobody in academia had...

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How the Mind Makes Meaning

Louder than words: The new science of how the mind makes meaning. By Benjamin K. Bergen. New York: Basic Books, 2012. Pp. 312. ISBN 9780465028290. $27.99 Imagine that you are a participant in the following psycholinguistic experiment. You are seated in front of a...

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Quarantine Fatigue

Quarantine Fatigue Instead of an all-or-nothing approach to risk prevention, Americans need a manual on how to have a life in a pandemic. In the earliest years of the HIV epidemic, confusion and fear reigned. AIDS was still known as the “gay plague.” To the extent...

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The Cognitive Science of Free Will

The Cognitive Science of Free Will How to make the best decisions is one of the "Key Questions" the @lantis Learning Community is interested in. This lesson is focused on how the brain constrains our decision making by fooling us about Free Will One of the main...

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Network Neuroscience

The new discipline of network neuroscience yields a picture of how mental activity arises from carefully orchestrated interactions among different brain areas. Networks pervade our lives. Every day we use intricate networks of roads, railways, maritime routes and...

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Neuro Linguistic Programing

I think the more you want to become more and more creative you have to not only elicit other peoples' (plural) strategies and replicate them yourself, but also modify others' strategies and have a strategy that creates new creativity strategies based on as many...

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Neural Networks

A Basic Introduction To Neural Networks http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~bolo/shipyard/neural/local.html What Is A Neural Network? The simplest definition of a neural network, more properly referred to as an 'artificial' neural network (ANN), is provided by the inventor of...

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How We Think

[ted id=2265] Great Video of how we think. Specifically the comments about how we can take very little information and create huge conclusions. 00:12 Imagine that you invented a device that can record my memories, my dreams, my ideas, and transmit them to your...

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Neurotheology

Iran J Neurol. 2014; 13(1): 52–55. PMCID: PMC3968360 PMID: 24800050 Neurotheology: The relationship between brain and religion Alireza Sayadmansourcorresponding author Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer This article has been...

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Trump Inauguration Use of America First

Something I have to say to my friends and family. For what it is worth. During Donald Trump’s campaign for president, Trump was repeatedly asked, by many in the Jewish community, to stop using the phrase “America First” to describe his foreign policy views. The reason...

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What I think Today

I believe a Trump administration will do immense damage to America and the world.  Unfortunately, we’re not just talking about four bad years. The damage will last for decades, maybe generations. The political damage will extend far into the future, too.  Putin now is...

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Change is Always Hard!

Think about a gold wedding band.  There are three distinct phases of that gold band.  Phase 1 is the beginning of life for band, the mining and manufacturing of the band.  Phase 2 is the longest period for the band, the time it is worn.  And Phase 3 is when the band...

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10 Skills of Confident People

First things first: Confidence is not bravado, or swagger, or an overt pretense of bravery. Confidence is not some bold or brash air of self-belief directed at others. Confidence is quiet: It’s a natural expression of ability, expertise, and self-regard. 1. They take...

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JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE –

“If we examine every stage of our lives, we find that from our first breath to our last we are under the constraint of circumstances. And yet we still possess the greatest of all freedoms, the power of developing our innermost selves in harmony with the moral order of...

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To plot a course you need 7 points

In the movie Stargate he says, to plot a course you need 7 points; 6 points for the destination, and 1 point for the origination. This is a true statement. And there is a lot you can learn from that statement. 1) The more precise you know your location the more...

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