Science Has Limits

Science has limits

Stay Humble There is a difference between “science” and what we can call “scientism,” which is the notion that science can solve all problems. To a large extent, it is not science but rather how humanity has used science that has put us in our present difficulties. Because most people, in general, have no awareness of what science can and cannot do. So they misuse it, and they do not think about science in a more pluralistic way. So, okay, you’re going to develop a self-driving car? Good! But how will that car handle hard choices , like whether to prioritize the lives of its occupants or the lives of pedestrian bystanders? Is it going to just be the technologist from Google who decides? Let us hope not! Atheism Is Inconsistent with the Scientific Method, Prize-Winning Physicist Says – Scientific American Marcelo Gleiser is a Brazilian physicist and astronomer. He is currently Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Dartmouth College.

We Are All Broken

Broken quote

The Cracks The Japanese 500-year-old art of kintsugi, or “golden joinery,” is a method of restoring a broken teacup with a lacquer often mixed with gold. The gold-filled cracks of a once-broken item are a testament to its history. Beauty is in still being useful—chipped and cracked, but still keeping it together. The cracks let light in, but maybe also allows others to still benefit from the beauty of the gold filled usefulness that results.

Tea In The ISTP


The Personality Behind the Pixels We are explorers, quiet types at heart, but good at making things a bit better. Chill with us and we’ll join the convo when there’s something to be said. We putter on our own, but create practical solutions. We’ll find better ways because being told it can’t be done is not for us. Good with gut feelings, we are logical at the core. This is the world of an ISTP. Let’s build something together.

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