Sensemaking & In-The-Moment Decision Making

Philipp Heinrich – Face Validity from Germany | Crowd In Theory | The Psychology of Security | SAFETY DOC LIVESTREAM #141

[Podcast] Philipp Heinrich is an entrepreneur, security instructor, and weapons trainer in Germany. He’s an oracle of face validity and recognizes both gradual and rapid nuances in society. Are Germans smashing into Finite Voltage? How does it manifest? Is anyone spared? Read the full blog post for episode #141 at safetyphd.com. DIRECT LINK to MP3…

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A Tree Fell on My House And Crushed My Bagel | Studying the Seattle Autonomous Zone | SAFETY DOC PODCAST #139

[Podcast] Violent storms slammed our intrepid host’s city and spun entire neighborhoods into chaos. Doc explains how simulated annealing guided him to the other side of chaos in record time as he had to inventory his options and progressively make correct decisions in response to a tree crashing into his house. Fumble this prescribed process,…

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America is Burning – FACE VALIDITY with Bacon & Doc | SAFETY DOC PODCAST LIVESTREAM 05-31-2020 [ Podcast]

[PODCAST] Bacon and Doc kick off an unscheduled livestream to offer face validity on the rapid progression of rioting and civil unrest across America. Nick Schulaner and John Steele join to complete the cabinet. Regional observations from member checks across the country; dissecting the velocity of information; and what does this civil unrest chaos mean…

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Return of Chuck Mak: Face Validity from Pittsburgh | SAFETY DOC PODCAST #133

[Podcast] Chuck Mak delivers face validity from Pittsburgh, describing the rapid scale up of University of Pittsburgh Medical’s campus for influx of coronavirus patients; the biggest IT challenges; essential worker papers; COVID19 GIS hotspots tracked by phone; economic smash landing; and locus of control.  DIRECT LINK to MP3 of this Episode: https://tinyurl.com/SDP133-AUDIO SCALING UP ONE OF…

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The Dunning-Kruger Effect | What It Is And How To Fight It | Overton Window Has Shifted | LIVESTREAM 4-24-2020 [Podcast]

[Podcast] In the field of psychology, the Dunning–Kruger Effect is a cognitive bias in which people with low ability at a task overestimate their ability. It is related to the cognitive bias of illusory superiority and comes from the inability of people to recognize their lack of ability. Without the self-awareness of metacognition, people cannot…

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Escaped Prisoners Near Me | Finite Voltage | Civilian Morale | Pranking Steve | SAFETY DOC LIVESTREAM 4-16-2020 [Podcast]

[Podcast] Escaped Prisoners Near Doc’s House | Humans’ Finite Voltage of 100 Days | Civilian Morale | Pranking Steve in this livestream of The Safety Doc Podcast. Doc was decked out in military fatigues and Navy cap as he went full smoke-out mode securing the neighborhood from fugitives. DIRECT LINK to MP3 of this Episode: https://tinyurl.com/SDP130-AUDIO…

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CORONAVIRUS CRUSHES CAMPUS | Interview with University Student Nick Schulaner | Safety Doc Podcast #127

[Podcast] Nick Schulaner’s keen situational awareness enabled him to make the right decisions and safely navigate the rapid, unanticipated closing of his university campus due to the coronavirus pandemic. In this exclusive interview, Schulaner deconstructs the frantic shut down of his campus, migration to online learning, and overlooked electronics that are crucial to surviving in…

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