I just ran 5km to Tricia’s house under 30mins.
I’m not sure about the exact timing, but it should be around 25mins.
Still relatively good, for a sick boy, I guess.
Anyway, people are complaining that I blogged too much about running, so here’s something new.
A bunch of my colleagues and myself were having dinner with a star today and he shared a few things which were really insightful.
One of which was the concept of Nash equilibrium. I tried doing some readings on it but the explanations were really profound. I am no Econs student, but based on what I know, we are in Nash equilibrium if I make my decisions based on what I think you will decide.
The police arrested two suspects and have insufficient evidence to prove whoever is guilty.
The two suspects are then separated and led away for interrogation.
Suspect A will then think that since Suspect B isn’t around, “I might as well betray him and hope to receive a shorter sentence.”
Likewise, Suspect B will also think that since Suspect A isn’t around and he has nothing to lose, he will also betray Suspect A and hope to receive a shorter sentence.
And when that happens, both parties are in Nash equilibrium.
Correct me if I’m wrong.