Sunday, 9 May 2010

Groper

Picture Of A Large Groper With Fish Shoal

Social Interaction

Rationality & Game Theory - The Centipede Game & Chess Players (ALCHEssMST)
* "The centipede game (introduced by Rosenthal, 1981) is one mathematical game which tests the conflicts between self-interest and mutual benefit in human interactions. The traditional centipede game had a limit of 100 rounds (hence the name)."

Hyper-rationality

Rationality & Game Theory - The Centipede Game & Chess Players (ALCHEssMST)
* "The centipede game (introduced by Rosenthal, 1981) is one mathematical game which tests the conflicts between self-interest and mutual benefit in human interactions. The traditional centipede game had a limit of 100 rounds (hence the name)."

Chess Player

Rationality & Game Theory - The Centipede Game & Chess Players (ALCHEssMST)
* "The centipede game (introduced by Rosenthal, 1981) is one mathematical game which tests the conflicts between self-interest and mutual benefit in human interactions. The traditional centipede game had a limit of 100 rounds (hence the name)."

Centipede Game

Rationality & Game Theory - The Centipede Game & Chess Players (ALCHEssMST)
* "The centipede game (introduced by Rosenthal, 1981) is one mathematical game which tests the conflicts between self-interest and mutual benefit in human interactions. The traditional centipede game had a limit of 100 rounds (hence the name)."

Game Theory

Rationality & Game Theory - The Centipede Game & Chess Players (ALCHEssMST)
* "The centipede game (introduced by Rosenthal, 1981) is one mathematical game which tests the conflicts between self-interest and mutual benefit in human interactions. The traditional centipede game had a limit of 100 rounds (hence the name)."

Rationality

Rationality & Game Theory - The Centipede Game & Chess Players (ALCHEssMST)
* "The centipede game (introduced by Rosenthal, 1981) is one mathematical game which tests the conflicts between self-interest and mutual benefit in human interactions. The traditional centipede game had a limit of 100 rounds (hence the name)."

Hunter-Gatherer Societies

WHY DO GOOD HUNTERS HAVE HIGHER REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS?
* Eric Alden Smith
*
Human Nature, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 343–364.
* "Anecdotal evidence from many hunter-gatherer societies suggests that successful hunters experience higher prestige and greater reproductive success."

Reproductive Success

WHY DO GOOD HUNTERS HAVE HIGHER REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS?
* Eric Alden Smith
*
Human Nature, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 343–364.
* "Anecdotal evidence from many hunter-gatherer societies suggests that successful hunters experience higher prestige and greater reproductive success."

Hunters

WHY DO GOOD HUNTERS HAVE HIGHER REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS?
* Eric Alden Smith
*
Human Nature, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 343–364.
* "Anecdotal evidence from many hunter-gatherer societies suggests that successful hunters experience higher prestige and greater reproductive success."

Machiavellianism

Why do nice girls fall for bad boys?
* "The "dark triad" of human behaviour consists of narcissism (or self-obsession), psychopathy (including callous, impulsive, thrill-seeking, risk-taking behaviour) and Machiavellianism (exploitative, manipulative and deceitful behaviour). Bad boys exhibit dark triad traits and their behaviour, according to one theory, is genetic, meaning they are unlikely to change their ways."

Psychopathy

Why do nice girls fall for bad boys?
* "The "dark triad" of human behaviour consists of narcissism (or self-obsession), psychopathy (including callous, impulsive, thrill-seeking, risk-taking behaviour) and Machiavellianism (exploitative, manipulative and deceitful behaviour). Bad boys exhibit dark triad traits and their behaviour, according to one theory, is genetic, meaning they are unlikely to change their ways."

Narcissism

Why do nice girls fall for bad boys?
* "The "dark triad" of human behaviour consists of narcissism (or self-obsession), psychopathy (including callous, impulsive, thrill-seeking, risk-taking behaviour) and Machiavellianism (exploitative, manipulative and deceitful behaviour). Bad boys exhibit dark triad traits and their behaviour, according to one theory, is genetic, meaning they are unlikely to change their ways."

Dark Triad Personality Type

Why do nice girls fall for bad boys?
* "The "dark triad" of human behaviour consists of narcissism (or self-obsession), psychopathy (including callous, impulsive, thrill-seeking, risk-taking behaviour) and Machiavellianism (exploitative, manipulative and deceitful behaviour). Bad boys exhibit dark triad traits and their behaviour, according to one theory, is genetic, meaning they are unlikely to change their ways."

Methane

Welcome to a new Eden – two billion miles from Earth (The Observer, 9 May 2010)
* "No other body in the solar system more closely resembles Earth than Saturn's moon, Titan. It has methane lakes and seas and scientists now believe that an underground ocean could even harbour life, says Robin McKie"

Titan (Saturn's Moon)

Welcome to a new Eden – two billion miles from Earth (The Observer, 9 May 2010)
* "No other body in the solar system more closely resembles Earth than Saturn's moon, Titan. It has methane lakes and seas and scientists now believe that an underground ocean could even harbour life, says Robin McKie"

Pope

Why Cardinal Newman is no saint (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "The Catholic Church plans to make Cardinal Newman a saint when the Pope comes to Britain. A private Vatican document supposedly proves he was responsible for a miracle of healing. It shows no such thing"

Consulta Medica

Why Cardinal Newman is no saint (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "The Catholic Church plans to make Cardinal Newman a saint when the Pope comes to Britain. A private Vatican document supposedly proves he was responsible for a miracle of healing. It shows no such thing"

Positio Super Miro

Why Cardinal Newman is no saint (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "The Catholic Church plans to make Cardinal Newman a saint when the Pope comes to Britain. A private Vatican document supposedly proves he was responsible for a miracle of healing. It shows no such thing"

Saint

Why Cardinal Newman is no saint (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "The Catholic Church plans to make Cardinal Newman a saint when the Pope comes to Britain. A private Vatican document supposedly proves he was responsible for a miracle of healing. It shows no such thing"

Catholic Church

Why Cardinal Newman is no saint (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "The Catholic Church plans to make Cardinal Newman a saint when the Pope comes to Britain. A private Vatican document supposedly proves he was responsible for a miracle of healing. It shows no such thing"

Cardinal Newman

Why Cardinal Newman is no saint (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "The Catholic Church plans to make Cardinal Newman a saint when the Pope comes to Britain. A private Vatican document supposedly proves he was responsible for a miracle of healing. It shows no such thing"

Bad

Six months old and he can tell good from evil (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "Scientists have discovered that babies can start to make moral judgments by the age of six months and may be born with the ability to tell good from bad hard-wired into their brains."

Evil

Six months old and he can tell good from evil (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "Scientists have discovered that babies can start to make moral judgments by the age of six months and may be born with the ability to tell good from bad hard-wired into their brains."

Good

Six months old and he can tell good from evil (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "Scientists have discovered that babies can start to make moral judgments by the age of six months and may be born with the ability to tell good from bad hard-wired into their brains."

Baby

Six months old and he can tell good from evil (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "Scientists have discovered that babies can start to make moral judgments by the age of six months and may be born with the ability to tell good from bad hard-wired into their brains."

Ageing

Girl frozen in time may hold key to ageing (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "American scientists are keenly studying the DNA of a 17-year-old girl who still has the body and behaviour of a baby"

Brooke Greenberg

Girl frozen in time may hold key to ageing (Times Online, 9 May 2010)
* "American scientists are keenly studying the DNA of a 17-year-old girl who still has the body and behaviour of a baby"