Teleology, DNA, and Fractals

Just a quick post. I’ve had this thought that life is fractal for a while and that our purpose is to find what our purpose is within a larger organism which we can’t… Continue reading

Nucleus Accumbens

So the nucleus accumbens is a structure within the striatum which is located near the center front of the brain, behind the cingulate gyrus and around the thalamus.  The nucleus accumbens deals with… Continue reading


So it turns out the health of the amygdala is promoted through the uptake of tryptophan, at least with regards to it’s communication with the prefrontal cortex.  Lucky me tryptophan is found in… Continue reading

When the voice of a proph…

When the voice of a prophet out of the deeps of antiquity merely echoes to him a sentiment of his infancy, a prayer of his youth, he then pierces to the truth through all the confusion of tradition and the caricature of institutions.

This is another of my beliefs.  There is a quote from the Bible that states in order to enter the kingdom of heaven you must be as a child.  I think this is something to dwell upon.  The child has an innocence about them.  They do things that come naturally to some extent instead of forcing them selves into the mold of what surrounds them.  This is before the teleological imperative has begun to be masked, before telepathy is lost to one’s surroundings.

History by Emerson

One of the things Emerson is adamant about in his essay ‘History’ is looking at something from one’s own viewpoint.  There can be a tendency to try to find the real truth of… Continue reading

Tall Trees

So I’m starting a garden.  When I originally went into this I was told it was going to be a permaculture project.  An old man who was disabled with a stroke had donated… Continue reading

Kluver Bucy

Kluver Bucy

I saw this and thought it was interesting.  I have Kluver Bucy, something I’m guaranteed to talk about later.  The hypersexuality is something that is one of the worst parts.  Indiscriminate and disgusting is a good way to describe it.  The prospect this blog post lays out scares me.


Derrida (Part 1)

Derrida (Part 2)

Derrida (Part 3)