Without knowing why this was happening, I recognized, early on, consistent patterns of behavior in relationships that started out romantically. I also recognized these patterns in my previous relationships. Continue reading
I watched GOP presidential front-runner, Donald Trump, live, on TV when he visited Mobile, Alabama, just an hour east of where I live. Not long into his pep talk he said to the huge, deep red crowd:
“What’s my favorite book? The Bible!”
Peter: When I used to read the Bible I sort of assumed that God spoke to the people of old in a very clear way that could not be misunderstood. Why didn’t he speak to me so clearly? A lot of people claim to hear from God now. However when really pressed on the matter, Continue reading
A cerebral automatism, related to the learning process, gives people the propensity to line up to majority opinion even when it contradicts evidence. Here’s an example: Continue reading
Emailing your thoughts?
This month, in a study published (on the 19th) in PLOS One (an international, peer-reviewed, open-access, online publication), researchers used non-invasive neurotechnology, the internet, and human brain waves, to transmit “emails” from one person’s brain to another brain ➡ as far as five thousand miles (8047 kilometers) away. Continue reading
The brain of someone in love looks strikingly like the brain of someone on hard drugs. Most humans love being in love. Continue reading