Are Paradoxes more common than we think?

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I used to think paradoxes were weird and rare events, for example: A woman gets into a time machine with a gun and goes back in time to when she was building the time machine. She then shoots herself before she has time to finish the time machine… ohhh weird right? Paradoxes used to feel a bit sci-fi. But now …

“Are you thinking what I am thinking?”

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The other morning I was playing Lego with my two boys, Eric 4 and Samuel 6. We were chatting and building spaceships. Fortunately, because space is a vacuum your spaceship does not have to be aerodynamic, which was great, because mine looked more like a phone box than a space ship. Suddenly Eric took a sharp breath in. It was …

Curiosity – where is yours encouraged to roam?

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Curiosity by its nature is a curious thing. This morning I was watching an interview with Frederic Laloux on youtube about self-managing organisations. I have been curious about how we can create structures that encourage self-organising for a while now. This curiosity had led me to this video, and regularly challenges my assumptions about what organisations can be. It is …