Gigi Berardi reads one of her favorite stories in FoodWISE, “The raisin that wasn’t,” and discusses why and how we believe what we do. Problems arise when we believe that we know everything there is to know, but we are wrong. See also, Coronavirus skeptics, deniers: Why some of us stick to deadly beliefs, at: Coronavirus skeptics, deniers: Why some of us stick to deadly beliefs We all need to be more intellectually humble. See also: Why we stick to false beliefs: Feedback trumps hard evidence, at: Why we stick to false beliefs: Feedback trumps hard evidence. And, What we think we know — but might not — pushes us to learn more.
- Venice 1558
- San Miguel de Allende, Gigi’s Global Learning Program—one year ago today
- Fermenting sheep milk from frozen—cheeses, whey lacto-fermentation, ricotta cheesecakes
- Copland Dance Episodes at Saratoga Springs
- NYCB Saratoga 2023 performances, July 18-22 at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center: Swan Lake, Fancy Free, and Firebird