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Blame it on your brain: Why you prefer to be alone

Why is it that some of us would rather spend every waking minute in the company of another, whereas others need some time each day to recharge and recuperate independently? 1,197 more words

Psychology & Neuroscience

European Gravitational Wave Observatory Gets Thumbs Up From Report

A major European report looking at a $1 billionproposal to build a space-based gravitational wave observatory has concluded that the idea is more than just feasible;its development should be accelerated to make the most of this exciting new area of astronomy as soon as possible. The announcement

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Lyme treatment - day 13

I woke up this morning feeling like I had been out drinking all night.  Headache, eye-ache, all my joints feel stiff, nauseous, ugh.  Yesterday the silver dose was raised to 600ml and it is the same for today.   1,031 more words

The Snake and the Mirror

Nighttime Guardians

September 24th, 2024

It almost seemed as if the city grew brighter with each passing evening. Every night the safe boundaries of the city would expand, the soft streetlights pushing a little further out into the reclaimed city. 2,419 more words



Good morning world! It’s Monday but feels like Tuesday. Only because I stop work on Thursday due to Easter holidays and I could not be more happy. 636 more words

Exis' Posts

When the Brain Can't Breathe

 Odds are, you know of somebody who has suffered a stroke. After all, approximately 795,000 Americans have one each year; it has been consistently ranked the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, and the leading cause of long term disability (CDC, 2016). 962 more words

Psychology & Neuroscience

Morning Trip (277)

“The feelings of powerlessness that often accompany failure start with those all-too-familiar ‘could have’ or ‘should have’ self-inventories. And our fear grows in tandem with the strength of our belief that an opening has been forever closed. 163 more words