Democracy — the kind that was demonstrated recently in the UK — is a noble idea, but from a mathematical standpoint it makes no sense.

How does math have anything to do with this?
It’s actually very simple. Let me show you.

By definition most people are average. That’s a…

What is it and how do we measure it?

Money has value because we collectively agree it has value. Words have value, some are worth more than others. “Thank you” carries a lot of value, but that value is subjective. In other words its value is what the other person believes it is.

So if value is relative to…

The simple truth is a very simplified statement about reality. Something like my favourite “everything is relative”. It is a simplification of a much more complex statement and shouldn’t ever be taken at face value.

The purpose of simple truth should be to make you think. Take for example the…

Why I think “Don’t judge a book by its cover” is flawed.

I often hear “Don’t judge a book by its cover”, but the more I think about it the more I feel that I can’t agree with this statement.

First impressions matter. Most of the time you don’t get a second chance. You either impress or you don’t. …

Vít Savický

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