The Real World News and Commentary – September 8, 2012

Connecting the Dots in the Real World

Created by Roy Perlmutter   September 8 2012


Kenny Chesney – Whatever It Takes


Kenny Chesney -04- The Good Stuff


Kenny Chesney – I Go Back


Kenny Chesney – Ain’t Back Yet


Kenny Chesney – Back Where I Come From

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Kenny Chesney-For The First Time


Kenny Chesney – Don’t Happen Twice Video


Kenny Chesney – Welcome To The Fishbowl (Audio Commentary)


Thompson Square – Glass


Lady Antebellum – Need You Now


George Strait – Write This Down


Little Big Town – Little White Church


George Carlin – Dumbed Down Education


Dr. Michio Kaku America Has A Secret Weapon


Toby Keith – Red Solo Cup


Kenny Chesney – Reality


Lady Antebellum – I Run To You


MORGAN STANLEY: The Global Economy Continues To Sink Deeper Into The Twilight Zone


The 29 Ugliest Charts In The World


The Canadian Housing Bubble Nears Implosion


Saudi oil well dries up


If We Learn Our History, We’re NOT Doomed to Repeat It


GATA Chairman Murphy’s appearance on Russia Today’s ‘Capital Account’ posted at YouTube


Merkel and Clinton Go To China: One Makes Deals, The Other Gets Snubbed


Gross: Gold a Better Investment Than Bonds, Stocks




The Great Mischief Maker


US Aircraft Carrier Stennis Is Now En Route To Join Enterprise And Eisenhower Off Iranian Coast


Eisenhower Farewell Address — Military Industrial Complex


Santelli On “Why Money Is Important” And A Trillion Is A Big Number


Coordinated Central Bank Stimulus Taking Place


King World News: Marc Faber


Zbigniew Brzezinski is… “Deeply Troubled”


How Zbigniew Brzezinski created Al-Qaeda and Taliban


Zbigniew Brzezinski STILL Fears The Global Awakening & Desperate For A New World Order


Zbigniew Brzezinski fears global awakening


Brezinski admits CFR, Trilateral Groups Write Policy, Manipulate Affairs, Policy & Legislation


Dr. Brzezinski – Obama understands what’s new about 21st century


Evil Puppeteer Brzezinski’s Interview Concerning Wikileaks


It is the process where human subjects of an experiment change their behavior, simply because they are being studied. This is one of the hardest inbuilt biases to eliminate or factor into the design…Subjects are always liable to modify behavior when they are aware that they are part of an experiment, and this is extremely difficult to quantify…  If a group is isolated from their work colleagues, for the purpose of research, the individual attention and the normal human instinct to feel ‘chosen,’ will skew the results…  Whatever the truth, there is little doubt that many fields, from psychology through to business management, must appreciate that social science subjects can, and do, change behavior.


Braverman argues that the studies really showed that the workplace was not “a system of bureaucratic formal organisation on the Weberian model, nor a system of informal group relations, as in the interpretation of Mayo and his followers but rather a system of power, of class antagonisms”. This discovery was a blow to those hoping to apply the behavioral sciences to manipulate workers in the interest of management….The experiments stand as a warning about simple experiments on human participants viewed as if they were only material systems.




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