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Business, Science Critiques

Amazon now provides stressed out warehouse workers with a mindfulness booth. It is called Amazen. Honestly.

Television documentaries, investigations, analysis in the media have reported the demanding working conditions of Amazon staff in their huge warehouses and upon delivery drivers year after year. Continue reading 



Role of the Mentor in the Workplace

I believe society needs to develop a whole army of wise mentors to deal with the stress, confusion and conflict in the workplace. Bosses may not have the mentoring skills to handle their staff. Continue reading 



The Dangerous Power of Artificial Intelligence. Does AI then stand for Artificial Insanity?

Artificial intelligence is a simulation of human intelligence primarily through computers. Computer engineers/programmers develop Artificial intelligence algorithms to make decisions, often using real-time data, to influence behaviour.

AI attempts to mimic human behaviour to assemble information to determine the ongoing desire and needs of people in society. The combination of data, analytics and superfast automation enable governments and businesses to adapt their objectives to maximise influence, power and profit upon the minds of citizens.

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I visited Totnes vaccination centre for a second jab. Two doctors refused. Do UK doctors follow government policy above the well-being of people?

This critique falls into two primary areas.

1. The government ruling preventing doctors from using their discretion to offer the second vaccination between three and eight weeks for those engaged in supporting physical/mental health of people and others in vulnerable categories. Continue reading 



ManHole or ManWhole? A Red Card from Football. Addressing men’s abuse, violence and racism in England and elsewhere.

We witness in England increasing levels of nationalism, racism and violence. England’s defeat in last Sunday’s European Cup Final exposed the dark side of the personality among a minority of English men engaged in rage against defeat. Men can descend to a dark hole bringing out the worst and have no idea how to develop a sense of wholeness.

More and more people in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland may well wish to distance themselves from association with the unresolved shadows in England of those who advocate prejudice and display forms of xenophobia. Continue reading 




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