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Classic Ideas of World History / Fantasyland

An introductory snippet from a typical World History academic site:

“Sigmund Freud said: ‘The first human being who hurled an insult instead of a rock was the true founder of civilization.'” 1,238 more words

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Revisiting and remaking a decision.

I had a remarkable experience the other week. I allowed myself the opportunity of revisiting a decision I had taken and rethinking it with ‘new tools’ by this I mean I allowed myself to be guided. 311 more words

Part of an interview in Psychology Today with Daniel Tammet, an Autistic Savant. Savants are extremely rare, but he does lay out some “realities” that commonly direct Asperger behavior. 1,401 more words

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Asperger children / lack of supernatural and social ideas


This short account of one of my early childhood experiences remains a key moment in becoming aware that “the world” was an alien place. I don’t think that the shock has ever left me. 11 more words

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Powerful Ideas from a Supernatural Mirage

Asperger individuals are accused of being rigid, habitual and averse to change. That is an “idea” fraught with misunderstanding, because observers take their superficial judgment to be absolute: that’s what I see, therefore it’s true. 1,028 more words

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New Blog / Getting Started


April 22, 2016 / Gone Wild / Edit

Asperger Human has grown to be so large that it’s become “unfriendly” to search engines; actually it passed that threshold long ago. 741 more words

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Magical Thinking

When I was a child, I believed that I could become a boy by wearing boy’s clothes and acting like a boy. My first attempt to transition was when I was five. 619 more words