May 24, 2024

Courage, Creating, Energy

Invention is the MotherAs some of my loyal readers have witnessed, I like to share exciting stories about extraordinary men and women from every documented timeline in our history. In addition, I like sharing details of their lives and, in some cases, the technology they created to make our lives better. Today’s post is no

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May 17, 2024


Streaming In my last blog (Do you remember), I wrote about a psychologist named Victor Schauber. His talents helped us take a quantum leap in understanding the human memory capacity. More importantly, Victor showed us that our memories were only real to us based on our current thoughts. As a result, we are actively creating our

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May 10, 2024

Creator, Energy, Remembering

Is it live? Victor Schauber is not a widely recognized name in popular culture. However, he is a significant figure in the field of cognitive psychology, particularly noted for his pioneering work in memory research. Born in 1928 in Germany, Schauber’s contributions have profoundly impacted our understanding of human memory processes, influencing subsequent study and theoretical

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May 3, 2024

Creating, Letting Go, UFO

It’s Environmental In my blog regarding the cradle of civilization, I wrote about the Anunnaki. I explained that they are a group of deities in ancient Mesopotamian cultures, particularly in Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, and Babylonian mythologies. The term “Anunnaki” translates to “those who from heaven came down to earth” in Sumerian. According to ancient Mesopotamian beliefs, they

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April 26, 2024

Courage, Dreamer, Humility

We’re not in KansasRecently, I reengaged with the beautiful story “The Wizard of Oz.” Consequently, I began thinking that this beloved tale of adventure and self-discovery held more profound parallels with the turbulent era of the Great Depression and today’s economic climate. As a result, this essay explores the striking similarities between the themes, characters,

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