CONTINUED FROM BASELESS FEAR ASSOCIATED WITH SHARING WHAT WE KNOW: DEMYSTIFIED If I don't share what I know, I'll cease to be human. Sounds like an emotional, philosophical curse damning me to perdition if I'm not gonna be altruistic enough towards my fellow beings. Just that it's no curse. Take a closer look. It's a... Continue Reading →
FEAR ASSOCIATED WITH SHARING WHAT WE KNOW. THE LOGICAL ANGLE.
I chilled on one of those park benches after my 30-minute jogging stint this morning. While deeply inhaling the nippy, clean air to cool down the palpitating system, I watched other souls get their bit from the track. Somewhere, this five-minute interlude stimulates some sort of reflection on things. And, this morning was no different.... Continue Reading →
WE ARE ONE: LESSONS FROM NEANDERTHALS AND HOMO SAPIENS
Neanderthals, the extinct species of our early human ancestors, populated the Earth for about 400,000 years... only to disappear around 30 to 40,000 years ago. How come the powerfully built brutes who successfully survived even the harshest conditions of ice-age disappear so quickly and suddenly? Various intriguing theories abound, on reasons that could've triggered their... Continue Reading →