A Biohistory lecture at Melbourne University

Introduction to Biohistory

Introduction to Biohistory # 1

Introduction to Biohistory # 2

Introduction to Biohistory # 3

Further Studies

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Since 2014, Dr Jim Penman PhD has presented his pioneering new theory about the collapse of the west to audiences worldwide. His series of lectures has covered what some consider to be one of the most cutting-edge discoveries – and one of its most controversial topics – in recent history. His lectures enable students, educators and the general public to hear about what’s new in the biohistory and epigenetics fields, and continue to help people learn how to think critically about mankind’s future.

Biohistory Explained

Thursday, 5th September 2015
Location: A Place here
Subject(s) Tags: What is ‘biohistory’? Biohistory Explained, Research, Biohistory: Decline and Fall of the West, Dr Jim Penman PhD

Overview:

What we need to do is often the opposite of what we want to do. This lecture explores decision avoidance in business. Why is costly inaction attractive? Why do individuals (and organisations) sometimes hesitate even though they know they probably have more to lose by not taking a risk? We also explore the other side of the coin: when is inaction the highest form of action?



Biohistory Explained

Thursday, 5th September 2015
Location: A Place here
Subject(s) Tags: What is ‘biohistory’? Biohistory Explained, Research, Biohistory: Decline and Fall of the West, Dr Jim Penman PhD

Overview:

What we need to do is often the opposite of what we want to do. This lecture explores decision avoidance in business. Why is costly inaction attractive? Why do individuals (and organisations) sometimes hesitate even though they know they probably have more to lose by not taking a risk? We also explore the other side of the coin: when is inaction the highest form of action?