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I am somewhere over the Pacific Ocean in an airplane. You betcha I am uncomfortable and pissed off. I hate flying. I realize there hasn’t been many blogs go up lately, sorry. 168 more words


The lost art of joy - Friendship

Last night, my family and I had dinner with an old friend.

I should clarify … by ‘old’, I don’t mean ‘geriatric’. I mean that I have known this friend for a long time. 644 more words


Malcolm J. Fraser Jr., PhD

Title: Professor
Company: Department of Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame
Location: Notre Dame, Indiana, United States

Malcolm J. Fraser Jr., PhD, Professor at the University of Notre Dame, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Biological Sciences.

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Science Education


It is a discipline that deals with investigating and explain the psychological processes, involved in production experience and a work of art fruition. As a sector specific studies the psychology of art born in the second half of the nineteenth century, but only recently got a special recognition disciplinary and appeal even to its more precise academic position. 195 more words


finding you.

I will never forget the roller coaster of emotions when I found out who he was; that I had other siblings, and when I met him. 915 more words


AI is the next phase of human evolution

(Source: thenextweb.com)

I think we’re missing the bigger picture when it comes to AI.

Once again humanity tricked itself into thinking that this time, it’s the end. 679 more words


"Significant loss of neurons is a normal part of ageing" and other brain cell myths

By Christian Jarrett

Basic facts about the brain are a key part of many introductory psychology courses, including information about brain cells. For instance, for years, students (and the public) have been taught that, thanks to the ageing process, the older we get, the more brain cells we lose. 1,234 more words