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❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Factfulness Author Hans Rosling – Kdglass.co.uk FactfulnessThe stress reducing habit of only carrying opinions for which you have strong supporting facts When asked simple uestions about global trends why the world's population is increasing; how mPDF / Epub Factfulness Author Hans Rosling Kdglass.co.uk FactfulnessThe stress reducing habit of only carrying opinions for which you have strong supporting facts When asked simple uestions about global trends why the world's population is increasing; how m FactfulnessThe stress reducing habit of only carrying opinions for which you have strong supporting facts When asked simple uestions about global trends why the world's population.

Is increasing; how many young women go to school; how many of us live in poverty we systematically get the answers wrong So wrong that a chimpanzee choosing answers at random will consistently outguess journalists Nobel laureates and investment bankersIn Factfulness Professor of International Health and a man who can make data sing Hans Rosling together with his two long time collaborators Anna and Ola offers a radical new explanation of why this happens and reveals.

factfulness mobile Factfulness PDFIs increasing; how many young women go to school; how many of us live in poverty we systematically get the answers wrong So wrong that a chimpanzee choosing answers at random will consistently outguess journalists Nobel laureates and investment bankersIn Factfulness Professor of International Health and a man who can make data sing Hans Rosling together with his two long time collaborators Anna and Ola offers a radical new explanation of why this happens and reveals.

Hardcoverç Factfulness MOBI ì Hans Rosling – was a Swedish physician academic statistician and public speakerHe was the Professor of International Health at Karolinska Institute and was the co founder and chairman of the Gapminder Foundation which developed the Trendalyzer software He held presentations around the world including several TED Talks in which he promoted the use of data to explore development i.

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  • Emily May

    Hardcoverç Factfulness MOBI ì factfulness mobile, Factfulness PDFIt is not easy to say anything bad about this book Not because there aren’t issues with it there are but because this was Rosling’s last passion project that he completed while battling through his final months with pancreatic cancer If you are unmoved by his son’s final


  • Bill Gates

    Hardcoverç Factfulness MOBI ì factfulness mobile, Factfulness PDFI talk about the developed and developing world all the time but I shouldn’tMy late friend Hans Rosling called the labels “outdated” and “meaningless” Any categorization that lumps together China and the Democratic Republic of Congo is too broad to be useful But I’ve continued to use “developed” and “developing” in public and on this blog because there wasn’t a accurate easily understandable alternative—until nowI recently read Hans’ new book Factfulness Ten Reasons We're Wrong About the World—and Why Things Are Better Than You Think In it he offers a new framework for how to think about the world Hans proposes four income groups with the largest number of peo


  • Radiantflux

    Hardcoverç Factfulness MOBI ì factfulness mobile, Factfulness PDF78th book for 2018I hate TED talks This book is mostly like an extended TED Talk Ipso facto I mostly hated this bookRosling's central thesis is that in most measures of human development the World is much better than we'd think That part of the book I enjoyed though the data backing this up could have been presented in a far shorter book Rosling spends a lot of time talking about the important people eg bankers Davos bankers at Davos TED talks that he's presented this findings too And he repeats and repeats and repeats his horror that people are so so ignorant not to know basic facts about the World like probable demographic shifts over the next 100 years This is all tedious and doesn't really help He also gives a series of annoying tips about


  • Khurram

    Hardcoverç Factfulness MOBI ì factfulness mobile, Factfulness PDFA very good book with a very important message about finding facts from data and importantly finding the truth in all the information fed to usThis is the a last effort fr


  • Mario the lone bookwolf

    Hardcoverç Factfulness MOBI ì factfulness mobile, Factfulness PDFTo me this is the prime example of why the replication crisis is the next big thing and how biased some fields of sciences have already become to culminate in such extremely suspicious examples of “Go on everything's great here look at the facts and studies I collected and did to proof what I think is true“ This thing is really dangerous because it uses instrumentalized science towards a certain consensus nothing than hiding an agenda behind manipulated facts out of context it does nearly anything criticized in the debate about the replication crisis good science shouldn´t doIt´s both my first and possibly last 1 star rating and my farewell from reading anything heavily influe


  • ☘Misericordia☘ ~ The Serendipity Aegis ~ ⚡ϟ⚡ϟ⚡⛈ ✺❂❤❣

    Hardcoverç Factfulness MOBI ì factfulness mobile, Factfulness PDFThis is either a very cruel book or a very fair one and I'm not sure which one On the one hand the author is extremely sharp in that he realizes that bisection of the world is severely crippling to rational thinking process When it becomes 'us' and 'them' most of our thinking processes will be black and white colored or rather discolored What we keep missing is that this world is complex and multifaceted enough to fit into no nice and tidy boxes So understanding that there are than 2 ways to live and than 2 types of countries and than 2 political parties and than 2 ways to have a prospering state governance and and and is precious And it's hindered by the tribal 'us''them' classificationHe's also very right about our usage of outdated statistics and our lack of understanding of how data worksHe's very wrong about diminishing the ro


  • Andy

    Hardcoverç Factfulness MOBI ì factfulness mobile, Factfulness PDFRosling writes about the most important things in the world and does so in an accessible and entertaining style He busts myths using facts This is what non fiction is supposed to be Much of what everybody knows and that we read in the news every day is wrong because hardly anyone bothers to do reality checking This is a recurring problem in non fiction books including ones about science So when finally someone is exposing ignorance clarifying truth and exploring logical implications I am going to give him 5 stars Gapminder and this book are great gifts to the world Rosling will be missed Viva facts


  • Justin Tate

    Hardcoverç Factfulness MOBI ì factfulness mobile, Factfulness PDFIt's a shame I rarely pick up nonfiction because I always enjoy it when I do The premise of this one is to debunk common misconceptions people have about the world and explain how a mindset shift toward facts solves a lot of everyday problems It's mostly optimistic because that's what the facts are saying but he addresses the woes too The problem is when asked about important world trends nearly everyone has the wrong viewpoint Even experts His mission is to examine why this is and help get people out of the funkI'm an analytical guy so I rarely jump to extremes or find myself enraged by the news But still when uizzed I also answered most of the basic fact based uestions incorrectly It's a big world out there and so much of t


  • Mehrsa

    Hardcoverç Factfulness MOBI ì factfulness mobile, Factfulness PDFWhy I am right and everyone is wrong I gave a bunch of really smart people a uiz and they all got it wrong how could they be so dumb The book proceeds in this way The point is taken things are way better than they seem I get it I believe his facts though I dispute some of his rosy conclusions about the world but I could not get over his condescending cockiness


  • Mats Mehrstedt

    Hardcoverç Factfulness MOBI ì factfulness mobile, Factfulness PDFIn the last decades of his life Hans Rosling 1948 – 2017 made a world wide career lecturing to large corporations Wall Street bankers hedge fund managers and gatherings of Nobel laureates and heads of states such as in Davos about the statistics of the world Rosling´s son invented a software so that you could present statistics with moving shrinking and growing bubbles in different col


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