Archivio per 14 gennaio 2015

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A Dollar Collapse is Coming – The Sovereign Investor

See on Scoop.itGold and What Moves it.

Below is, perhaps, the single greatest chart in the history of the U.S. dollar. To stock market technicians, that’s the mother of all “descending wedge” patterns. It’s the U.S. Dollar Index, as measured and reported monthly by the Treasury Department, going back more than four decades. Where our buck goes from here will say a great deal about the short-term future of the greenback.

But beyond the short term, it’s meaningless, despite what others might insist.

See on thesovereigninvestor.com

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What can evaluators learn from complexity science and systems thinking?

See on Scoop.itComplex systems and projects

Marking the start to International Year of Evaluation, new analysis from IDS highlights how complexity science and systems thinking can inform approaches to impact evaluation.

See on ids.ac.uk

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Nassim NicholنTaleb : Genealogy of my version of the Black Swan Problem and intersection of mathematics/philosophy/FatTonyism

See on Scoop.itBlack swans, risks and crisis

Genealogy of my version of the Black Swan Problem and intersection of mathematics/philosophy/FatTonyism pic.twitter.com/MUEY5IlC77

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Reductionism, emergence, and burden of proof — part I

See on Scoop.itBrain Tricks: Belief, Bias, and Blindspots

by Marko Vojinovic Introduction Every now and then, the question of reductionism is raised in philosophy of science: whether or not various sciences can be theoretically reduced to lower-level scie…

See on scientiasalon.wordpress.com

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Nasal Spray Effective Treatment For Memory Loss and Alzheimer’s, Study Finds — PsyBlog

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

Memory loss and Alzheimer’s treated with a nasal spray over 21 days.

An insulin nasal spray can improve cognitive function in those with Alzheimer’s disease and normal age-related memory problems, new research finds.

The pilot study, published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, involved 60 adults who had normal age-related memory problems or mild to moderate Alzheimer’s (Claxton et al., 2015).

Over 21 days, two groups received different doses of insulin detemir: a synthetic, long-acting version of the natural hormone.

A comparison group received a placebo.

See on spring.org.uk

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Is a Huge Stock Market Crash Imminent?

Is a Huge Stock Market Crash Imminent?

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People prefer fair, but does the brain?

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

Whether for oneself or for others, fairness is preferred by people, but the brain network changes depending on who is actually benefiting. “In previous studies,” explains the lead investigator, “we found the same tendency to reject unfair offers regardless of whether the decision involved the subjects themselves or a third party. Brain imaging, however, suggested that the brain was working differently in the two situations.”

See on sciencedaily.com




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