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SAFETY DOC PODCAST 54: Most People Ignore Exit Signs & The [Virtual] Dagger to Youth Reconnaissance

SAFETY DOC PODCAST 54: Most People Ignore Exit Signs & The [Virtual] Dagger to Youth Reconnaissance

VIDEO – Dr. Perrodin shares entertaining anecdotes of tacky Christmas inflatables, his reasons for migrating to PodBean, tinkering with his new ZoomH4Npro, why virtual reality fieldtrips in schools will be all the rage and vulnerable to delivering political or social agendas and further painting formative years reconnaissance as being dangerous (this is spurious logic) and how singularity will save at[Read More…]

by December 18, 2017 0 comments Video
SDP_054 The Mass Psychology of Disasters: 8 Findings That Don’t Fit the Narrative

SDP_054 The Mass Psychology of Disasters: 8 Findings That Don’t Fit the Narrative

PODCAST – Panic is far from being the typical reaction to disaster. Dr. Perrodin explains 8 findings about disaster response that doesn’t fit the typical narrative. For example, contagion behavior is simply copying the behavior of others and often leads to a sub-optimal outcome – so stop and recognize ALL options! He describes that crowd violence is seldom random and[Read More…]

by December 16, 2017 0 comments Partner
SDP_050 Subjective Reality Versus Objective Reality – The Role of Films / Media

SDP_050 Subjective Reality Versus Objective Reality – The Role of Films / Media

VIDEO- Dr. Perrodin explains why Historians feared radical change in what people thought about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963, due to Oliver Shone’s 1991 movie, JFK, which promoted a conspiracy that was already eroding the public’s “belief” in the reality of the Kennedy assassination.  As Kenneth Boulding (1956) stated about the role of film and media[Read More…]

by November 13, 2017 0 comments Video
SDP_050 Subjective Reality Versus Objective Reality

SDP_050 Subjective Reality Versus Objective Reality

PODCAST-Subjective reality is “subject” to an elaborate set of filters, any one of which can modify a perception of that reality; sensory apparatus (e.g. the rods and cones in our eyes), sensory processing (e.g. the visual cortex), higher level brain function, and psychological factors (e.g. expectations). As such, what one person experiences is always different than what any other person[Read More…]

by November 12, 2017 0 comments Partner
Surviving the Dangerous Interface of Probability and Prioritization – SDP#38

Surviving the Dangerous Interface of Probability and Prioritization – SDP#38

VIDEO – “You ask, what are the chances of that happening?” That’s a good question as understanding chance is understanding risk. Per Cornell University, the chance of a shooting at any school in American is once in 13,300 years or about .0000004% chance per school day. Probability helps us deal with the unknown. Watch as Dr. Perrodin describes “The Zone”,[Read More…]

by July 29, 2017 0 comments Video
Surviving the Dangerous Interface of Probability and Prioritization – SDP#38

Surviving the Dangerous Interface of Probability and Prioritization – SDP#38

PODCAST – Probability is key to safety and decision-making. Dr. Perrodin talks about one of the most common mistakes people make with probability and how to avoid it.   IN THE FLOW David shares excerpts from the best-selling book, Flow, by Mihaly Csikszentmihaly. Flow is the merging of action and awareness and a prelude to understanding probability. Per Csikszentmihaly, “When[Read More…]

by July 28, 2017 0 comments Partner