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#1 Tatiana Karovina

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Posted 01 February 2017 - 04:00 AM





The ultimatum game


     The ultimatum game was developed by a German economist Werner Güth in the late 1970s. In this game the first player (the proposer) receives a sum of money and proposes how to divide it between him/herself and the other player. The second player (the responder) is given an ultimatum - hence the name of the game - to either accept the offered share-out or reject it. If the second player accepts the proposal, the money is split according to the conditions of the proposer. If the second player rejects, neither player receives any money. 

     The two players are anonymous and are aware that this interaction will take place exactly once. 
     But how big the offered share should be? According to the general logic, a responder motivated by his or her own profit, would be expected to accept even the smallest sum that is offered. However, numerous experiments demonstrated that the responders prefered to forego a profit entirely if they considered the proposed distribution to be unfair. Thus the responder did not gain anything, but neither did the proposer, so the latter was at least punished for their greediness. 


     The experiment was carried out in different societies. It is interesting that representatives of societies with developed systems of markets and trade tended to be more generous and cooperative. On the contrary, representatives of isolated societies who lacked experience of communication with strangers, displayed selfishness and greed. For example, farmers from a small Amazonian tribe named Machiguenga, who were not used to contacts with the outside world, while playing this game tended to offer the responder only 15% of the whole amount, and in most cases the offer was accepted. A nomadic tribe Orma from Kenya, who had enough experience of trade relationships, offered the game partner a half of the sum, which is quite similar to the results displayed by European university students. Whale hunters from Indonesian island Lembata tended to offer the responder 58% of the whole sum. This can be explained by the fact that during whale hunting these people need to control the activity of large groups of strangers, therefore they highly appreciate human loyalty. They might consider the offer of a big share as an investment, which could enable them to find loyal people.





     The result of this interesting research is the fact that the necessity to cooperate with other people teaches us to behave generously to them. Therefore, sometimes we are ready to sacrifice our own profit in order to punish others for selfishness. Our personal interests make us strive to ensure effective cooperation with others. Cooperation, division of labor and specialization exist in the animal kingdom, too - for example, among chimpanzees, ants, dolphins, wolves, lions, etc., but in case of animals these processes take place only within family groups. But the ability to cooperate with strangers, even with those whom we do not like, is a unique peculiarity of human beings. 




St. Elmo's fire


     If you were to look outside your home during a thu­nderstorm and see a tall streetlamp glowing with­ blue flames, you might be tempted to call the fire department. Then you might notice that the streetlamp is on fire but isn't actually burning - and the water from the fire hose isn't putting out the flames. At this point, you might be about ready to call a priest, but that, like the call to the fire department, would be unnecessary. The phenomenon you're witnessing is actually St. Elmo's Fire.





    St. Elmo's Fire is a weather phenomenon involving a gap in electrical charge. It's like lightning, but not quite. And while it has been mistaken for ball lightning, it's not that, either - and it's definitely not fire.

     St. Elmo's fire (also St. Elmo's light) is a weather phenomenon in which luminous plasma is created by a coronal discharge from a sharp or pointed object in a strong electric field in the atmosphere.




Nikola Tesla in one of his articles named " Energy from the medium — the windmill and the solar engine — motive power from terrestrial heat — electricity from natural sources" wrote:


...The second fact which I have ascertained is that the upper air strata are permanently charged with electricity opposite to that of the earth. So, at least, I have interpreted my observations, from which it appears that the earth, with its adjacent insulating and outer conducting envelop, constitutes a highly charged electrical condenser containing in all probability, a great amount of electrical energy which might be turned to the uses of man, if it were possible to reach with a wire to great altitudes.

     It is possible, and even probable, that there will be, in time, other resources of energy opened up, of which we have no knowledge now.







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