by Simon Olling Rebsdorf, PhD, MSc, Journalist, Author
Introduction of Hope
The above indication of the year (02018) is not flawed. It tests the possible effect of denoting years not in thousands, but in tens of thousands, in that way indirectly installing a potential hope for imagining a future much further away than we usually tend to think about. But this is what we will do in the following review on long-term thinking. Continue reading Growing Out of the Past as a Seed for the Future
[this is a precurser of a longer article, posted May 14 2018]
When you judge, investigate. This maxim from Seneca is very dear to me, despite me often being forgetful about it’s great truth value.
I have investigated religious belief for more than 20 years on a private basis. I have had numerous discussions with protestant vicars, jewish believers, muslims, asatru, one buddhist even, which can be difficult to find in a Scandinavian country, and even a proponent of intelligent design (we have a few in Denmark).
Continue reading We don’t need religious objects anymore – for the human race to survice
My father has published his research in Nature! Without even letting me know! How typically humble of him, not mentioning it. Ever.
Continue reading My Dad’s research publication in Nature