Reading ability of UK doctors could be stuck at UK Year 9

Well, I do spend time on forums as some know to wrestle with parts of human nature that some totally avoid. Today I am led to infer that the reading ability of doctors in some significant proportion could be stuck at around UK year 9, based on the captioned encounter below. This post is not ...

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Painting with Emotions: A Colourful Journey into Love

Love between two hearts is a symphony of feelings, a dance that transforms the world around us. This journey we embark upon explores the tender bonds between a man and a woman, though the essence of love’s beauty may resonate in many forms. This blog and video cannot cover every different kind of love, nor ...

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The Throw-Away Person

In the canvas of human relationships, there exists a phenomenon that cuts to the core of our social nature – the experience of being a “throw away person”. This term describes individuals who find themselves unexpectedly and inexplicably cast aside by those they once considered close friends or confidants. To be clear, this post is ...

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YDNNTRTN

What the hell does that mean? It means (obviously) ‘You Do Not Need To Read This Now‘ 😂🤣 Yeah – I’ve been having fun with some mnemonics lately. In this post contains a massive list. When using mnemonics in chat conversations, it’s important to consider your audience and the context of the conversation. Common mnemonics ...

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Onemillioncheckboxes – Navigating Human Nature, the NHS, and AI Futures

The craze surrounding the site Onemillioncheckboxes (OMCB) reflects an interesting intersection of collaborative and competitive online behaviour. The concept of one million checkboxes, initially designed to be checked off collectively, has evolved into a platform for users to express creativity, engage in community-driven projects, and even participate in virtual tug-of-war scenarios. The NHS could learn ...

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The Fallacy of Misplaced Concreteness

The fallacy of misplaced concreteness, also known as reification, is a logical fallacy where an abstract concept is treated as if it were a concrete, tangible object. This error involves attributing a physical reality or concrete qualities to something that is abstract. Alfred North Whitehead introduced the term to critique the way certain abstract scientific ...

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Hard evidence – that you can justify whatever you want!

I’ve written before on justification. If you don’t like thinking, then what on earth are you doing surfing this site. You are a disgrace to the human race. I couldn’t give a flying flamingo if you don’t like thinking right now because you have a zillion other things on your busy agenda.

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Of missing trees, teapots, wallets and unicorns

The question “If a tree fell in a forest but no one saw or heard it fall, did it fall?” is a philosophical thought experiment that explores the nature of reality and our perception of it. I approach this problem from the angle of logic and reasoning: Based on these logical arguments, some would argue ...

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BREAKING RESEARCH NEWS – The Quantum Mechanics of Stupidity

In a groundbreaking study, a team of researchers at the International Institute of Quantum Idiocy (IIQI) has discovered a new set of particles that is believed to be the fundamental building blocks of stupidity. The particle, named the “stupidion,” has a unique set of properties that set it apart from all other known particles in ...

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Evidence – that a 4-letter word is in high demand

You may not like the evidence. Reality is what it is. Reality doesn’t care what you think or feel about anything! That’s it. I rest my case!

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