Autism & Love: What’s It Like?

Some important things about Autism: its a spectrum disorder (thus is affects each individual differently),  its Neurological (because of how the brain physically processes information) and it can be a benefit versus a deficit (like in the cases of Temple Grandin & Nikola Tesla).   What’s it like in love? Independent Lens is going to […]

A Play That Confronts the Horror of Solitary Confinement

Too Real. The Tale of Kalief Browder (1993 – 2015).

Rise of the Sexbot: By 2050, Sex with Robots will be More Common than with Humans

As I meandered through the web, the icon for this article appeared. Truthfully, I find robots to be incredibly hideous and frightening. We are a culture of instant gratification and alternative approaches but how does that work in this scenario? The discussion is worth being held: sex robots for loneliness and/or addiction? Very curious to […]

Question For Seasoned Genealogists/Geneticists..

I have DNA in common with the Botocudo people of Brazil and the Clovis people that settled in Montana. Is it fair to assume that I have an Indian ancestor I have yet to discover on my family tree or perhaps even Mexican/similar ancestry with the bit of Spanish blood I had discovered?

The Lure and The Chase

The next big thing. What is it? A car, a phone or a vacation? What if I told you to look in the mirror? Your skin, your eyes and your hair is the end result of multiple generations in the making. The roll of the dice, quite literally, made you. So, what’s the big deal? […]

Is It Really Your Last Breath? (Waking Up In The Morgue)

Perhaps not long ago this phobia was well founded. People died from fevers, epidemics and freak accidents en masse. To bury such individuals was common place and they weren’t necessarily dead. Even with modern technology, you can’t help but wonder why does this fringe element still exist? The Guardian Explores The Possibility Of Waking Up […]