Facebook Mood Tracking

The link:


Not necessarily the most important paragraph, but one that was particularly interesting to me, is this one:

In the same way that observing the behavior of some subatomic particles changes the behavior of those particles (called the observer effect), watching the tweets and posts of targets can create an environment where people tweet less. You poison your own well by drawing from it. That happens on an individual level in terms of specific human targets but also on a larger, societal level.”

From a quantum-science perspective, the relationship between the observer and the universe he observes is an interesting one.  

To begin with.


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