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Sep. 5th, 2017

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Brain Loopies - Biological


Something a little different today.


For the last few weeks, I’ve been talking to lots of people who, like me, are feeling the stress of living in world/country that seems to make less sense every day, where hope is harder to find and fighting grows exhausting. It is not uncommon to hear people say that they couldn’t get to sleep because they were thinking about this or that. As I had these discussions, it slowly dawned on me that, while I had developed a rather algorithmic approach to parts of my life, many people hadn’t.


So, I created this little flow chart, based on some of the readings I’ve done and observations I’ve made over the last couple of decades. Some friends say it looks useful, so I am sharing it here so it automatically filters out to all of my various social media sites.


Another one will post later this afternoon.


If you want the full size, click through to Flickr. Then look at the bottom right for the download icon. Click that, then click “original”. It’ll download an image that you should be able to print onto an 11″ x 17″ piece of paper relatively easily. If I wind up making more of these in the future, I may collect them all up into a PDF, but that seems stupid for just two diagrams.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.
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Brain Loopies - Lying


Continuing the something a little different.


As noted earlier today, I’ve been making charts to sort of document the way I deal with stress. Others seem to think they’ll be useful so I am sharing them here. This one presumes that you’ve already checked on general health, and focuses more on general issues.


If you want the full size, click through to Flickr. Then look at the bottom right for the download icon. Click that, then click “original”. It’ll download an image that you should be able to print onto an 11″ x 17″ piece of paper relatively easily. If I wind up making more of these in the future, I may collect them all up into a PDF, but that seems stupid for just two diagrams.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.
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Texas Blind Salamander


When they’re young, apparently the blind salamanders still have eyespots. Makes you wonder if they “see” random flashes of visual noise like we do when in total darkness, and whether that stops when they grow bigger and lose their eyespots.




Originally posted at stories.starmind.org.

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