The next installment of the discussion on the subject of Tarot. Where does the line between irrational and rational blur, and how does intention come into play when you're reading someone's Tarot cards? The discussion continues as Kelsey and Khalid try to hash out their different perspectives on one of the oldest and most famous card games of all.
p-Values are ubiquitous in any scientific report that involves statistical significance, but are they always treated properly? Kelsey Adams introduces the concept of p-fishing and how it can affect what you end up reading in a report.
Another collaborative post by Kelsey Adams and Khalid Muhieddine as they look at and debate a topic of great interest at the moment: teaching children about consent. This first post will be their introductions to the topic and will set the stage for the debate around whether teaching kids consent is indeed universal. Follow this debate and keep the discussions flowing on a very important topic that affects us all.
Kesley Adams and Khalid Muhieddine have a discussion about his interest in Tarot! This first post will be the respective introductions to the topic and will set the stage for some more Q&A style posts further on. Keep track of this to find out what happens when rational and irrational thought meet in true Omnitopian Thoughts style!