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Denise Shull Dec 18
Trading is most difficult mental challenge there is. No set pattern (like weather), no end of game (like sports), no clarity of meaning when things go bad. Always arguments 4 both directions. Ultimate +. Internalize that. U r sensemaker.
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Ranal Currie Dec 29
The uncertainty of life is eclipsed by the certainty of His love, His strength and His peace.
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Dunken K Bliths Dec 2
Anyone else noticing how more anti-EV articles are making an appearance recently. This is the work of fossil fuel and legacy car industry trying to hold on to the last breath !!
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Dr. Jessica Koehler Jan 7
Is it ok to quote yourself? 😅
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Per Bylund Nov 30
Replying to @PerBylund
production, whether or not it turns out successful. The economic problem is production and core to this is the borne by entrepreneurs, who benefit from finding better (relative other entrepreneurs) uses for resources from the point of view of consumers. Production is
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jeroen blokland Dec 10
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Subomi Jan 10
Replying to @subomiplumptre
And, I can't run away. I must face my fears and stop expecting the other shoe to drop. I should believe in my capacity to deal with problems and to overcome. When troubles come, and they surely will, I must say, "Hello chaos. How can I tackle you today?"
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The Times24 Jan 15
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Allon Raiz Jan 9
As we must learn to control our fears. One way to control is building our to handle . Uncertainty is ever-present, and always available to practice with. Identify uncertainty, deal with it, recognise yourself for overcoming it. Repeat.
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Orphe Divounguy Dec 3
Property values rise in major cities while the Windy City’s dwell near the bottom. Instead of cutting IL pols raise them & progressive tax (hike) will make things worse. via
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Medford Food Co-op Nov 10
Southern Oregon University invites you to attend a Conversation with Stanley Crawford, small farmer and Western States Book Award-winner, addressing this year’s campus theme: Uncertainty. 🧄
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Pastoralism & Uncertainty Jan 6
In Kutch, former pastoralists have been employed as caretakers for new wind turbines Photos: Natasha Maru
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Friederike Welter Nov 28
Sarasvathy and Gigerenzer suggest to finally take serious in and .
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Rodrigo Esponda C. Jan 5
Starting 2020 attending . Extraordinary content at the Leadership Summit with transformative insights on the main issues affecting the world
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Michael Pyrcz Jan 5
is a very powerful method in , & for calculating in a statistic or model. Just 1 line of code! Check out this well-documented, accessible workflow in . On @ ∀.
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Kerry Waylen Dec 20
Interesting paper noting that we need to think broadly when planning, in terms of secondary knockon effects over time: new infrastructure tends to have environmental impacts beyond what predicted. More work needed about to do this & handle the resulting &
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Arabella Simpkin MD Dec 4
A treat to give grand rounds on ... training the next generation of providers to be able to adapt, innovate, and thrive amidst uncertainty is critical and a surmountable challenge!
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AGU Hydrologic Uncertainty Dec 9
If you’re presenting or come across an interesting talk or poster on at , let’s us know using our hashtag
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NGSNavigators Nov 21
"In our research, we found that when students were asked to write about uncertainty in the context of scientific arguments, they improved their overall argumentation ability."
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Friederike Welter Nov 28
Gigerenzer: Risk is boring because we know the outcome. Studying more interesting. Needs understanding the role of heuristics, emotions, people interaction, narratives and many more. So, a case for more research on
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