Thinking Out Loud

  • Baba Vanga — the Bulgarian Nostradamus
    Have you ever wondered what it was like to live in the sphere of Nostradamus when he was still alive? To be in the same room with a man who could see into the future? Well just ask the Bulgarians, …
  • Could We Reincarnate into the Past?
    We think of time as being linear, moving from yesterday to today and then tomorrow, but physicists tell us that it’s all happening at the same time, that our perception of time is just a convenience. What if it’s true? …
  • Woolly Bear Caterpillar Predicts End of the World
    The end of days, Ragnarök, Armageddon, the apocalypse… we’ve all heard the predictions of a catastrophic end-of-the-world scenario, or at least the end of the world as we know it. The biblical Book of Revelation predicted it. The Mayan Calendar …
  • Extraterrestrial Evacuation of Humans
    Do you believe that the end of the world will come in the next hundred years? Armageddon, the San Andreas fault ripping apart triggering deadly earthquakes, a nuclear holocaust, World War 3, an asteroid slamming into Earth, a deadly global …
  • Cecil the Lion is Dead — Justice for Cecil
    Last night, I sobbed as if the world were coming to an end, and indeed, for me it was. I laid in bed and closed my eyes, but my thoughts were so full of disbelief, anger, disgust, sorrow, outrage, grief, …
  • Do Pets Remember Being Abducted by Aliens?
    This is probably the weirdest blog post I’ve written to date, and I am writing it in all seriousness. Our dog Dakota was sound asleep and actively dreaming, loudly yipping with her feet paddling as if she were running a …
  • Ebola Conspiracy Theories vs. Mother Nature vs. Overpopulation
    Conspiracy theories are starting to take hold in the wake of the Ebola crisis, and bloggers have taken to the airways with theories. The latest conspiracy theory is that a faction of people are intent on fueling the spread of …
  • One Person, Many Ripples
    I’d reached that point in life where you wonder what impact you’ve had on the world, what legacy you are leaving behind, how will people remember you? How many people would actually miss you? Those questions were haunting me as …
  • The Lonely Garbage Can
    One of my childhood memories included walking to school along a sidewalk where the snow was over my head on each side. Decades later I could not help but question the validity of the memory – surely it was the …
  • Religion Should Be Like Dog Training
    I was listening to Bette Midler’s song From A Distance which looks at wars and hunger from a larger perspective. The song seems to ask, “Why can’t we all just get along and help each other?” Bette Midler’s song really …

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