Monthly Archives: June 2015

What’s Ants got to do with it?

Who needs an Ant when an Ant can be Broken? Remind you of an old favorite? Fret not, a YouTube clip is at the end. But this post is about how amazing and complex ants are, and how their intelligence … Continue reading

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Review: The Day After Roswell

(A 13.5 minutes NBC Clip on the Roswell incident with the late Col. Philip J. Corso) An astoundingly detailed and engaging memoir, written in a frank, lucid style, one most interesting, especially for an engineer and a researcher. Its complex … Continue reading

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Review of “A Profound Mind”

A Profound Mind: Cultivating Wisdom in Everyday Life by H. H. the Dalai Lama (Author), Nicholas Vreeland (Editor) and Richard Gere An easy to read book that is simultaneously illuminating and revealing; while it sheds light on Buddhism as a … Continue reading

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