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Thinking about Notre Dame

I first learned that Notre Dame Cathedral was burning when my Android device notified me that a European Facebook page devoted to

Trickle Down History

I just finished reading Reza Aslan’s book “Zealot,” a book in which Aslan recounts what he finds to be historically known about

Left Right Left

For this article, I searched online to find a source that confirmed my personal understanding of the term “euphoric recall,” an experience

Nerves, Church, and Set Theory

Everything exists along continuums, axes and in sets within sets. Weather is the immediate day to day results of overall climate.

Snowflakes in the Sun

The Oxford English Dictionary recently announced its selection of toxic as THE word of 2018.

Oft Told Tales

BIG SPOILER ALERT; spoilers abound throughout.

Living, Learning, and Timelines

If you’re reading this, by the time you’ve read this, more will be known about whether Judge Brett Kavanaugh will hold the

Fully Integrated Circuitry

A four- minute video available on the Facebook site, “Your Amazing Body” seeks to answer the question, “what happens to your brain

Speaking of Boundaries

Jared Diamond, in his book, Guns, Germs, and Steel – The Fates of Human Societies, recounts a 1972 conversation with a New

Getting There from Here

Last year, I got to see sights from a car making its way on I90 across Lake Washington and on into Seattle