Communicating clarity is not exactly easy. There’s the perspective we have, and then there is the perspective of others. We can expert for others to learn the way we do, or shape perspectives in a way which syncs with our worldview. However, this is an inappropriate expectation — what is valuable for them is what maintains their universe. Clarity should indeed transmit our perspective, but it should at its best empower them to see the best/worst of their universe. When we acknowledge this as a goal of clarity, their ability to exist isn’t just magnified, but ends up amplifying our existence also.
Such is the shape of the notable reads for this week; enjoy:
- How This Guy Folds and Flies World Record Paper Airplanes | WIRED - YouTube
- Visual acuity in an Australian aboriginal population. - PubMed - NCBI
- Human speech may have a universal transmission rate: 39 bits per second | Science | AAAS
- The Extreme Cyclists of the Navajo Nation | The New Yorker
- Existential isolation and death thought accessibility - ScienceDirect
No new writing this week. Editorial bits return next week. Last week’s notable reads 🔗
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