In the Abilene paradox, a group of people collectively decide on a course of action that is counter to the preferences of many or all of the individuals in the group. It involves a common breakdown of group communication in which each member mistakenly believes that their own preferences are counter to the group's and, therefore, does not raise objections, or even states support for an outcome they do not want. A common phrase relating to the Abilene paradox is a desire to not "rock the boat". This differs from groupthink in that the Abilene paradox is characterized by an inability to manage agreement. (Wikipedia).

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The Andromeda Paradox Explained: Loss of simultaneity in special relativity

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From playlist Special Relativity - A Gentle Introduction

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Location Intelligence Products: Goals and Challenges | AISC

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Twins Paradox: The Complete Explanation

The twins paradox is easily the most famous paradoxes of all time. Using spacetime diagrams and the rules of relativity, we can show the paradox only happens because people are being lazy with special relativity. http://brilliant.org/ScienceAsylum ________________________________ VIDEO ANN

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How to Avoid Teamwork Disasters: Crash Course Business - Soft Skills #12

Group projects have a reputation of being difficult at times. But there are ways to make sure everything from the project to meetings about the project go smoothly. In this episode, Evelyn chats about how we can make sure and avoid dreaded teamwork disasters. SOURCES: https://hbr.org/19

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Visit http://ilectureonline.com for more math and science lectures! In this video I will explain the twin paradox. Time paradox is the time experienced by observer B (on space ship at v=0.99c) is different compare to the time experienced by observer A (on Earth). If the voyage takes 70 ye

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In the episode "Cattles Drives, Beefsteak and American History," The History Guy remembers cattle drives driving history. It is history that deserves to be remembered. The History Guy uses images that are in the Public Domain. As photographs of actual events are often not available, I wi

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DATE & TIME 05 November 2016 to 14 November 2016 VENUE Ramanujan Lecture Hall, ICTS Bangalore Computational techniques are of great help in dealing with substantial, otherwise intractable examples, possibly leading to further structural insights and the detection of patterns in many abstra

From playlist Group Theory and Computational Methods

Wyatt Earp's Nephew, Virgil Earp, Talks About the Wild West - Enhanced Video and Audio [60 fps]

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STARS AND STRIPES - USA MONTH ON BRITISH PATHÉ (NOVEMBER 2016): Presidents of the Past. With Donald Trump now elected to be the next President of the United States it seems poignant to look back at some past American Presidents from the twentieth century. (Film Ids: 1938.01, 272.18, 1920

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The History Guy Podcast: Tales of Cow: Steaks and US History and "Sir Loin" of Beef

This episode of The History Guy podcast is all about beef. First, learn the interesting and surprisingly complex story about how cows, beef, and the cattle industry have intertwined with American history, and left a deep impression on American culture. After that, discover the only cut of

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Z. Huang - Diophantine approximation and local distribution of rational points

We show how to use the recent work of D. McKinnon and M. Roth on generalizations of Diophantine approximation to algebraic varieties to formulate a local version of the Batyrev-Manin principle on the distribution of rational points. We present several toric varieties for which the result i

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Maria Aparecida Soares Ruas: Invariants of determinantal varieties

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Russell's Paradox - A Ripple in the Foundations of Mathematics

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What is General Relativity? Lesson 69: The Einstein Equation

What is General Relativity? Lesson 69: The Einstein Equation Having done so much work with the Einstein tensor, the interpretation of the Einstein equation is almost anti-climatic! The hard part is finding the Newtonian limit in order to understand the constant of proportionality between

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President Eisenhower: State Funeral in Washington D.C. (1969) | British Pathé

Watch as a procession of thousands of prestigious guests follow the state funeral of former US President General Dwight 'Ike' Eisenhower as he is transported through Washington D.C. to Washington Cathedral. #BritishPathé #History #POTUS #President #Funeral #WashingtonDC License This Fil

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