Why do we fear innovation? With Yuval Noah Harari and Mayim Bialik

Fearing change or changing fears?

  1. It’s inconvenient to learn new things and start again.
  2. It’s dangerous — biology shows that an incredibly small percentage survives, and at best improves things.
  3. Moderate-sized revolutions do better… too much change too quickly can be catastrophic.
  4. Although our brains are geared towards learning and adapting, seeking the path of least resistance comes out on top.

We think in stories, not statistics

Antivirus for the mind

Hope

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