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A Book Commentary on Synaptic Self


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The Emergence and Evolution of Belief, Religion, and the Concept of God Pt II

I say to mankind, Be not curious about God.

For I, who am curious about each, am not curious about God

… I hear and behold God in every object, yet understand God not in the least. ­

– Walt Whitman (“Song of Myself”)

 

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Love Isn't All About the Heart

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Why We Like What We Like and Its Effect on Literary Evolution

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Hypnagogia: Who Needs LSD When You Can Just Sleep?

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Evolution of Religion

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Music to My Brain

Music is known as a universal language. It has existed for centuries around the world, and over the many years of its life, it has expanded its diversity from classical Bach to eastern Ravi Shankar to rock and roll Santana. With so many types of music available, everyone can pick and enjoy something they will like. Music is used in weddings, funerals, parties, call holds, elevators and much more; it is an integral part of the American culture and other cultures throughout the world. However, have you ever wondered what happens in our brains when we stick our earphones in and press play on our ipods?

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Evolution Can Be Skin Deep: Biological Evolution in Humans

“We see beautiful adaptation everywhere and in every part of the organic world.”

                                                                                    -- Charles Darwin, Origin of Species

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