Here live the unusually-trivial, less-well-written essays on this website. Essays that would dillute other pages.
I believe that many assessments of quality are derived from concentration, rather than off of absolute mass. (Would you rather have a few close friends, or several ‘meh’ friends?) For this reason I’d rather keep the other pages on this website concentrated with higher-quality material. Thus, this is the home of the trivial essays on this website.
Drawing © Ariana Dyer.
How to keep in touch with me.
The pandemic revealed that bioweapons are feasible, but only the U.S. and Europe are vulnerable.
Evolution explained in 6 words.
We’re biased towards explanations, and away from randomness: Apophenia.
Forwards: The difference between ‘Thinking Forwards’ and ‘Thinking Backwards’.
Beliefs: What’s useful may not be true.
What if we are the only life in the universe?
We humans stand a real chance of destroying ourselves in the next few centuries
How blocking blue light affects sleep.
Does ‘intelligence responsibility’ exist?