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My views on the Covid-19 mRNA vaccine

I never planned to write this article. I am all for vaccinating the kids and clearly understand their contribution to humanity. What prompted me to do so is to see more and more pieces online comparing the covid-19 vaccine campaign… Continue Reading →

Once in a blue moon & New resolution- November 2020

These are two blog posts, combined to one – for no real reason Something is happening inside Twitter, and something is being done to Jack. This is what I am thinking. Any player can be removed from the chessboard in… Continue Reading →

6 things as powerful as meditation

I have tried meditation, and it is powerful, but there are few things even more powerful and reduces the amount of time you need to meditate. 1. Having a trust-based and kind relationships with everyone, especially with your partner. 2…. Continue Reading →

Variable x and Rainbows

As our circle of knowledge grows, so does the circumference of ignorance. Very few are comfortable with vast areas of unknown left open. So Humans tend to fill regions of ignorance with either God or philosophy. You will see that… Continue Reading →

Deconstructing Guilt and Shame

Human babies are born without any spindle nerves. Spindle cells have exotic structures and patterns of connection. Humans have only about 80,000 out of 10Billion neurons. They start appearing in a baby at about four months and develop over 2/3… Continue Reading →

Why aliens do not visit humans!

In 1632, Galileo published a book that stated, among other things, that the heliocentric theory of Copernicus was correct. Galileo was called before the Inquisition, and this time was found guilty of heresy. Galileo was sentenced to life imprisonment in… Continue Reading →

Deconstructing Narrative: Identities, Beliefs, and Thoughts.

Sometimes when we sleep, we dream. It happens in a stage of sleep architecture called the REM stage. My thinking is that when you wake up, you wake up into a collective dream of your family, village, town, country, and… Continue Reading →

We are putting GDP ahead of our lives.

Plato predicted that democracy would lead to nations that are governed by bullies and brutes. Given a choice, people will always elect the seller of candies and avoid the dentist. In Mauritius, where I am now for a few months,… Continue Reading →

Why Latin is still used in medicine

This was the question I had in my mind. I am trying to grasp the different parts of the prefrontal cortex. Everything seems logical – the medial (mid-sections) regions are more self-focused while the lateral ( side) parts are more… Continue Reading →

Covid 19 – why the USA is heading for a disaster

I have been monitoring the air traffic over various regions, and I firmly believe the US is going to have it worse than Africa. Lack of leadership, coupled with a significant crisis, is a clear sign of a declining empire…. Continue Reading →

Kevin Kelly + Marc Andreessen – Being optimistic about the future

  This is a very rough transcript of a discussion between that I did for personal use, sharing it here in case anyone finds it useful   You can watch the amazing episode here :       KK   … Continue Reading →

Single player game

I used to think if you are intelligent, life is a bit depressing. You are continually trying to be better, and base reality is a bit boring. Add to it the cognitive distortions, life would lean towards depression if you… Continue Reading →

The mind-body tango

Lessons from Joe Dispenza: There are two modes to live in Survival mode / Creation mode. Being in creation mode requires constant change. Sticking to known patterns feels familiar and we misunderstand it to feeling right. Going from the old… Continue Reading →

Living to 600 with the health of a 20 year old.

According to Ray kurzweil, humanity is close of achieving longevity escape velocity, meaning for every year a human is alive, science will be able to keep him or her alive for one more year, which means humans will be technically… Continue Reading →

Spindle neurons and emotional freedom

It was my son’s 4th birthday, and we had invited his friends home for celebrations. There was one particular kid ( Same age as my son) that caught my attention; he was overly emotional, thrilled when he did some games… Continue Reading →

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