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There is also substantial overlap in the use of visualisation and mental imagery during scientific and artistic thinking. Great scientists such as Albert Einstein, Michael Faraday and Nikola Tesla all reported that they used mental imagery when describing their thought processes. Studies have also found that mental imagery plays a central role during the construction and evaluation of many scientific “thought experiments”, in which a scientist mentally assesses the implications of a particular hypothesis.
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One must keep in mind that communism was actually dependent on a society creating--through a prior phase of industrialization and capitalism--such affluence and abundance that it could meet all citizens' realistic needs (communism as Marx envisioned it requires a post-scarcity economy, among other things). This was never the case in any real, existing society. All "communist societies" were societies that have adopted a state socialism model in order to attempt to bring about a communist society (at least, that's what they claim). It's never actually produced communism, which is likely something that cannot exist. Communism is more like a theoretical utopian goal than an actual real thing. It's an imaginary concept used primarily for engaging in thought experiments--like unicorns or actual free markets. It is unfortunate that, over the years, it has been used to justify a great deal of violence both among different societies and within individual societies.
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Yet instances of selfish behavior also abound in society. One recent study used a version of the classic Prisoner's Dilemma, which can test people's willingness to set aside selfish interests to reach a greater good. After modeling different strategies and outcomes, the researchers found that being selfish was more advantageous than cooperating. The benefit may be short-lived, however. Another study showed that players who cooperated did better in the long run.
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The key to a science of human nature, Pinker argues, is the distinction between biological facts and human values. Human values are not rooted in nature, but arise in spite of nature. Pinker rejects both the 'naturalistic fallacy' (the belief that if something is natural, it must be good) and the 'moralistic fallacy' - the claim that if a trait is moral, it must be found in nature. This separation of nature and values allows Pinker to make mincemeat of the traditional criticism that evolutionary psychology provides an excuse for bad behaviour or reactionary practices.
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Yet instances of selfish behavior also abound in society. One recent study used a version of the classic Prisoner's Dilemma, which can test people's willingness to set aside selfish interests to reach a greater good. After modeling different strategies and outcomes, the researchers found that being selfish was more advantageous than cooperating. The benefit may be short-lived, however. Another study showed that players who cooperated did better in the long run.
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And though she is, and will remain, with us, the incident prompted a volley of abusive and self-righteous rhetoric, drove more than one faculty member to advise students away from courses taught by "that woman," and stirred a renewed emphasis on "re-education" and "rehabilitation." Astonishing, of course, that those very terms — "re-education" and "rehabilitation" — do not scare the hell out of academics who use them and hear them. That they do not call to mind the not so distant history of authoritarian regimes in Europe, or lead on to the thought that "diversity," for many of us in the academy, has now come to mean a plurality of sameness.
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reduce corporate taxes like ronald reagan #research
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clinton on trump on women
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hillary on stamina
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clinton on trumps temperment
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trump on iraq, just ask sean hannity
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we should have taken the oil in iraq
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i'll take the admirals over political hacks (nsa endoresements)
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trump i have a club with no discrimination! i've been given great credit for it!
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trump on birtherism
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clinton on birtherism
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implicit bias is a problem for everyone, not just police.
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you cannot just say law and order. you have to deal with systemic issues. shouldn't have profit motivation to fill prison cells.
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clinton: unfortunate that trump paints such a negative picture... but trump was talking about inner cities. stop & frisk was unconstitutional and ineffective.
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lestor: stop and frisk was unconstitutional. trump: you're wrong... mayor didn't proceed with the case.
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trump: stop and frisk in chicago, worked great in nyc
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trump: inner cities are hell. walk down the street you get shot.
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trump: law and order
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my obligation right now is to myself as business.
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clinton: your business bankruptcy 6 times
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1000s of people you have stiffed over the course of your business.
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clinton: a lot of people were stiffed by your businesses. you refused to pay for the work you asked them to do.
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6 trillion in middle east, we could have rebuilt america twice.
George Bush started that war. Did Trump support it?
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trump: we've become a third world country
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it's about time someone runs this country that has an idea about money
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clinton: i made a mistake using private email. i take responsibility. trump: that was more than a mistake, that was done purposefully. everyone is taking the fifth. this country thinks it's disgraceful.
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clinton: there's something he's hiding, we'll have to guess.
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trump owes money to wall street and foreign banks, he's paid nothing in income tax. trump: that makes me smart. clinton: that means 0 for schools, and vets.
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clinton: trump bait and switch. everyone releases tax returns. irs says no prohibition on releasing. why wont he release?
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trump i will release tax returns when clinton releases 33,000 emails
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trump: i can't release until audit is done
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trump: typical politician
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clinton broad based inclusive growth, not taxes for wealthy
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you've been fighting isis your entire life
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trump: im gonna cut regulations... you want to increase them and raise taxes.
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trump: you have no plan!! clinton: i wrote a book about it...
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trump: your husband signed nafta: the worst trade deal signed anywhere
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trump: for 30 years you've been doing this, and only started thinking about this right now (jobs).
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clinton on green energy investing in infrastructure.
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trump was being very specific about workers leaving, clinton starts talking about trump's tax cuts again... didn't really address the issue.
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trump: if companies leave we will tax them when they import their products into the US
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trump: secretary clinton, is that ok? i want you to be very happy.
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my father gave me a small loan, and i built a company with some of the greatest assets in the world.
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clinton: trump believes the more you help wealthy people the better it will be... i have a different vision.
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clinton: trump's plan is trickle down economics. biggest tax breaks for the wealthy.
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stop our jobs from being stolen from us and from all our workers being fired. big tax reduction for corporations.
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trump: jobs are fleeing the country, to mexico and china.
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clinton: wealthy pay fair share: close corporate loopholes
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clinton: most jobs come from small businesses
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host says that superficial angst about race is a symptom of open racist angst as opposed to a healthier society which has gained enough comfort to joke and bring it up openly.
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host basically says "we're less racist" displaying the identity politics between white people.
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when hannibal goes to the bathroom the conversation immediately changes and the tension between tribes is referenced, and n-word is dropped.
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Harris argues that we should be able to rise above our identity, but this is an unfair ask of black people when they are being discriminated against based on that identity. Harris has the luxury of speaking like this, and others don't have it.
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Talked with Glenn on his podcast, acknowledges white sin upfront. Glenn Lowry's (black man in 60s with children from Chicago) response is: thinks it's "pathetic" that you had to acknowledge white sin for us to have this conversation.
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Rogan again assesses the situation well and tries to lay out both sides argument's from a neutral point of view.
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SH: How can we talk about problems in the world openly and honestly? - HB: I don't know. - SH: Well that's a start.
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harris summarizes his position, want to only discuss stats and data, but hannibal is not comfortable with this. DF maybe black america requires white americas's shame, it can't be on the same "platform" as desease.
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this is hilarious, because sam harris is using an anecdote to generalize about black lives matters, and decided to introduce a debate about whether melania plaigirized, rogan gets it right again and mentions this
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Hannibal is coming at everything from an emotional perspective, and wary of the motivation of the white men discussing race
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sam starts with first principles
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“Some­body comes in­to your lab and you tell them, ‘You’re part of the blue team,’ ” he ex­plains. “The next per­son who comes in, you flip a coin, let’s say it comes up the oth­er way. And you say, ‘You’re on the red team.’ “ ADVERTISEMENT That’s it. The team­mates nev­er have to meet. Or in­ter­act. There doesn’t need to be any­thing at stake. But with­in minutes, these in­sta-par­tis­ans like their team­mates bet­ter than they like the oth­er guys. And it shows when Van Bavel puts his sub­jects through his MRI doll­house. Red-team mem­bers are more likely to see hu­mans when they’re told they’re look­ing at fel­low red-team faces. Blue-team mem­bers re­spond the same way. Oth­er tests re­veal that red-team mem­bers re­mem­ber red-team faces more ac­cur­ately, and if Van Bavel asks sub­jects to al­loc­ate money, red-team mem­bers will pay out more to their own. Team mem­bers also have less sym­pathy for those on the oth­er side, and even ex­per­i­ence pleas­ure while read­ing about their pain.
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Tribalism is neurologically/subconsciously hardwired.
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Jimmy Carter dis­covered one an­swer dur­ing the 1978 peace ne­go­ti­ations between Egyp­tian Pres­id­ent An­war Sad­at and Is­raeli Prime Min­is­ter Men­a­chem Be­gin. The talks were on the brink of col­lapsing in their fi­nal hours, and the prime min­is­ter was pre­pared to walk. That’s when Carter dir­ec­ted his sec­ret­ary to find out all the names of Be­gin’s grand­chil­dren. Carter auto­graphed pho­tos for them and per­son­ally gave them to the Is­raeli lead­er. “He had taken a blood oath that he would nev­er dis­mantle an Is­raeli set­tle­ment,” Carter later re­called in an in­ter­view. “He looked at those eight pho­to­graphs and tears began to run down his cheeks—and mine—as he read the names.”
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Tribalism is neurologically/subconsciously hardwired.
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Vygotsky's main work was in developmental psychology, and he proposed a theory of the development of higher cognitive functions in children that saw reasoning as emerging through practical activity in a social environment. During the earlier period of his career he argued that the development of reasoning was mediated by signs and symbols, and therefore contingent on cultural practices and language as well as on universal cognitive processes.
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I know this isn’t what you wanted to hear, but knowing the recommended methods will shine through in the final product. Almost every developer who has done Gear VR development will immediately notice things like the gaze cursor being a set distance from the head instead of it being projected on the surface you’re looking at like it should be. Developers will appreciate the attention to detail and users will have no idea, but they won’t be sick and won’t have headaches or eyestrain. The last thing you want is a user to leave your experience with simulator sickness. So let these documents guide your development process and if you decide to stray away from the path set before you by Oculus, make sure you understand why it’s not recommended to do it that way and try to minimize any negative effects.
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I'm programming an open-world sandbox game but I need some sort of good game engine. I need a game engine that can support a lot of blocks 3D models, and also handle animations and meanwhile add HD graphics. Most of my textures are 32x32, but water, sky, and more are higher. I only have a team of a handful (TBH, I have 3) programmers with some experience.
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Will adding docValues to a field introduce significant performance penalties for non-docValues uses of that field, beyond the obvious fact that the additional data will consume more disk and memory? No, it's a separate part of the index.
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To boost the exact matches, you could create a new field, called "exact_title", with a new type "text_exact" that doesn't have the EdgeNGramFilterFactory.