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Re^8: Organizational Culture (Part I): Introduction -- sci-fata

by Discipulus (Abbot)
on Jun 19, 2021 at 15:11 UTC ( #11134026=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^7: Organizational Culture (Part I): Introduction -- sci-fata
in thread Organizational Culture (Part I): Introduction

Hello again,

sci-fata is a syncretic neologsim for science fairy tales :)

I like too much your posts eyepopslikeamosquito and I always upvote them; this time I was tempted to downvote as I totatlly disagree with your point of view :) Then I thougth "he is a sympathic good fellow" and I upvoted you as always: small acts can have big consequences in long time terms. Infact:

> .. your descendants will be genetically engineered ..

I hope my descendants will be part of the Resistence sabotaging this fool plan. I hope also your and mine descendants will find a shared point of view or an agreement in memory of our ancient friendship dating just after the end of the Analogic Era :)

L*

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Reinvent the wheel, then learn The Wheel; may be one day you reinvent one of THE WHEELS.

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Re^9: Organizational Culture (Part I): Introduction -- sci-fata
by eyepopslikeamosquito (Bishop) on Jun 20, 2021 at 05:12 UTC

    I was tempted to downvote as I totally disagree with your point of view :) Then I thought "he is a sympathetic good fellow" and I upvoted you as always: small acts can have big consequences in long time terms
    Thanks for letting me know. :) Curiously, I feel the same way. I always enjoy and upvote your posts even when I disagree with them.

    Reminds me of Tit for tat, which evolutionary psychologists sometimes use to explain reciprocal altruism in animal communities. Also a good way to play Prisoner's dilemma.

    I'll cover this interesting topic in future episodes, along with the neurotransmitter Dopamine, outed at the Role of Dopamine in Gamification. BTW, I've experienced a severe addiction to code golf and now suspect Dopamine was implicated. Ditto for those who've felt "addicted" to Perl Monks (which also uses gamification).

    The only other relevant brain chemical I'm aware of is the neuropeptide Oxytocin, well known for creating feelings of trust (crucial to good teamwork). If anyone knows of other relevant brain chemicals, please let us know, so I can include them in later episodes.

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