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Dating Your Age: Born 1 year, 1 month, 1 day before 2001-01-01

Those who were born on November 30, 1999 (and even moreso the parents of such a person) have probably realized that their exact age—to the day—is the same as the daily date. 208 more words


New War In The Woods?

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Freda Huson, spokesperson for the Unist’ot’en clan of the Wet’suwet’en Nation, has maintained a checkpoint at the bridge into her territory for the last six years. 146 more words


Vision Tunneling: Dimensional Blindness and Other Human Deficiencies Created by Modernity's Lack of Depth

Let’s See…

This is a writing in which I wanted to investigate the possible misusing of our human visual capabilities as they would have been evolutionarily intended. 532 more words


Neolithic Injuries

Just as the paleo community has arrogantly—but I believe correctly—labeled a plethora of diseases “neolithic” (such as the whole category of autoimmune diseases, many different cancers, many mental health afflictions, livestock borne illnesses), I believe the same logic can be applied to many modern injuries, one of which I will speak of here. 236 more words


4. Time in Literature - Time and Its Discontents

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Time in Literature

It is clear that the advent of writing facilitated the fixation of time concepts and the beginning of history. 709 more words


5. The Psychology of Time - Time and Its Discontents

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The Psychology of Time

Turning to what is commonly called psychology, we again come upon one of the most fundamental questions: Is there really a phenomenon of time that exists apart from any individual, or does it reside only in one’s perceptions of it? 1,112 more words