When you don’t care
It seems that the American (and Canadian) Twittersphere is not interested in the conflict in Iran. Let’s have a think about it. I wouldn’t dare draw any conclusions of any kind on the reasons for this lack of interest, but I have a certain feeling of déjà vu.
In previous posts, we have often seen the duality between rather serious or even dramatic subjects, and the ability to escape into lighter subjects. Once again, I get the impression that we are witnessing another such incident. Without saying that our leaders have no interest in the matter, rather, on the contrary, we might have the impression that they are left to themselves to write the upcoming pages of history. But is that the case?
In a majority of subjects involving a large number of people, we could apply a distribution of attitudes (not forgetting that everything is in 4 or even 5 dimensions and has a certain polychronic aspect) to individuals potentially involved, but who have particular knowledge about the situation. A normal distribution would be quite conceivable and would bring us to a vast majority (about 70%) of passive people, more or less attentive, leaving us with a group divided into two factions: those who accept and those who refuse. I’d be curious to put that model to the test. What do you think?
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Last Updated on January 23, 2020 by Coach Danny