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Today’s Thought Bubble

Today’s thought bubble is about learning. Recently while studying sets, I found that I had confused the concept of the element of a set (denoted using ?) and subsets (denoted using ? or ?). It made me think that many … Continue reading

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Today’s Thought Bubble

Inspired by sudden discussion in Australia of the relationship betwixt religion and politics: I don’t mind politicians bring religion to parliament, so long as I can bring atheism to the voting booth.

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Today’s thought bubble.

It’s commonly said that “youth is wasted on the young”. The implication is that the young have the energy, vigour and vitality to do all the things which the older and wiser wished they still could. That we’d relive things … Continue reading

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