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- A Path to Racial Reconciliation?
- Hamilton: An American Musical
- Lockdown in Vermont
- To wipe or not to wipe?
- Podcast Recommendation
- You Can’t Cheat A Pandemic
- Where do you get news?
- Democracy in the Mountains
- Are we living in a simulation?
- Anne Frank and the Four Freedoms
- The Diary of Anne Frank
- The Holocaust
- A Wikipedia Story
- Thinking About Libraries
- Thinking About Law
- The Lease Lands of Cambridge
- Statutory Boards in Cambridge
- Voting Methods at Town Meeting
- The Caine Mutiny
Introduction to this blog
Tag Archives: Civility
Niels Bohr was one of the most important physicists of the 20th century, a peer of Albert Einstein. In the previous post, I used Michael Frayn’s play Copenhagen to introduce Bohr and his contribution to quantum theory – the principle … Continue reading
The library in my town of Cambridge, the Varnum Memorial Library, hosted a Candidates Forum last night for Zac Mayo and Lucy Rogers who are running for an open seat in the Vermont House of Representatives, representing Cambridge and the … Continue reading
Zac Mayo introduced me to the concept of the “illusion of explanatory depth” (IOED): Most people feel they understand the world with far greater detail, coherence, and depth than they really do. For example, how well do you feel you … Continue reading
The following recent news release is about Holocaust scholarship at the University of Vermont (UVM): Two UVM scholars earn fellowships at U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum This is good news. Congratulations to UVM, Associate Professor Susanna Schrafstetter, and Professor Alan Steinweis. … Continue reading