Monthly Archives: March 2017

Futher Thoughts on Creation, the Fall, and Evolution

I don’t see that evolution is the religion killer that is purported to be. It seems that it presents a world and mankind similiar to that of ToE, hopeless and flawed. The main difference is that religion adds a ray … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Hungry Brain, Guyanet

Rating: As good as it gets – lotta unknowns. This book explores research into causes of the obesity epidemic including the regulatory systems involved. Regulatory systems are 1. a satiety system that tells us if we’ve eaten enough this meal¬† … Continue reading

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The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle

Rating: Recommended with reservations I was hoping this book would have some insight as to how to increase myelination, as the blurb talked about how research into that was revolutionizing our understanding of how talent is developed. I was hoping … Continue reading

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The Tablet

I’ve been wanting a e-ink tablet for a while now. I don’t have a smart phone but want to use some apps. E-ink is because I can use outdoors, it has long battery life, and I think the non glowing … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Righteous Mind

Rating: Recommended   First Haidt proposes a model for the relationship of morality / reason¬†modifying Humes; reason is the slave of passion. The modification would be stipulating this is a roman master and an educated greek slave who is a … Continue reading

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