Relative to other insects, dragonfly vision is extraordinarily good. The head consists almost entirely of two huge compound eyes, which gives the dragonfly nearly 360° vision. Each compound eye contains as many as 30,000 lenses, or ommatidia.
We look at the world through multiple lenses–mathematics, economics, engineering, physics, psychology, and other disciplines. Using multiple models is crucial to our process, helping us turn information into insight and spot broader trends that others miss. Among the topics 13D covers:
The story of the fox and the hedgehog has been told in many forms through the ages, but the essence of it is always the same. The fox evades his attackers in a variety of inventive but exhausting ways, while the hedgehog adopts one tried and trusted strategy—hunkering down and letting its spikes do the work.
In the words of Greek poet Archilochus: “The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing.” Discussions of the hedgehog and the fox often come down to whether it’s better to be one or the other. But in a world that rewards expertise and the groundbreaking insights that come from the clash of domains, we need to be both. 13D is both.
I am impressed by his strong passion in reading, and his unmatched depth and breadth of knowledge and wisdom. Every time I see and talk to Kiril, he never fails to amaze me with his understanding of history and foresight ……. how he could look ahead of the curve; and that is always inspiring and thought-provoking.
I am very delighted to share 13D Research’s services and its insights with others. In my opinion, 13D is a worthy, independent, insightful research company.
I wanted to thank you for the impact you have had on my understanding of life, the universe and the pursuit of living in the moment. There is no doubt you have materially changed my perspective and shaped how I will lead and live for the remaining time in this life in the universe. I have read many of the books you referenced and practice many of the improvements in health.