Imagine a tribesman sitting outside his hut who had only seen what his island provides. He lives his life almost in a day to day basis as all of his needs are provided by nature and his tribe. They hunt and gather for food and participate in communal rituals to appease spirits to lean the odds of life towards their favor. There might be some conflicts … Continue reading Cargo Cult Part I: The Cargo That Made The Cult
Last 28 March 2018, The News Minute reported that a Sudoku-like inscription was found by a team of archaeologists in Tamil Nadu. Continue reading Desktop Archaeology: “Ancient Sudoku” or Magical Squares Uncovered in Tamil Nadu, India Possibly Dates to 17th Century
The philosopher and computer scientist Bo Dahlbom stated that “You can’t do much carpentry with your bare hands and you can’t do much thinking with your bare brain.” Why? Our bare brains are full of cognitive biases. If left untrained in wielding the right tools for thinking, appropriate solutions will be harder to find.