Love, Lies and Opposable Thumbs

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I wrote this in a comment:

“Love is impossible without trust. Trust has been undermined by the popular notion that honesty is optional. Honesty is impossible in a paradigm where there is no right and wrong, only amoral species competing for survival with no advantage attributed to honesty. We need to figure out who we are and why our survival depends on honesty, trust and love.”

What I meant was…

We’ve been sold snake-oil science: The notion that we’re nothing but animals with big brains doesn’t impress me.

This belief is death to a species capable of destroying worlds, because it will promote dishonesty which leads to distrust which leads to hatred and ultimately to self-annihilation via H-bombs or predatory genetic engineering.

Everything we read is baptized in the “scientific” dogma that a mindless thing called “survival of the fittest” writes DNA code, the complexity of which we’re only now beginning to catch a…

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Magnesium and Anxiety and Adrenal Fatigue

Before you read the following this article goes along with other blogs I have written with other research links.
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Consider it you own research. Thanks and be enlightened always.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3198864/

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How Literature Gave Us Spock

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There is a moment when we are all touched by the humanity in these creatures that are supposedly inhuman, when the character, Spock, the Frankenstein monster, or Quasimodo, says, “I, too, need love.” Millions respond and love pours out because we all need it and we all understand. When one is touched, by a flower or a drink of water, then we are all touched and we can cry for him and ourselves. Tears of connection. And now I realize that all of this was preparation for the role of Spock. Crying for Quasimodo’s heart inside that awful body. Loving the monster who spared the child. Joining with humanity to share understanding and compassion.

These very simple and obviously human experiences were the best preparation an actor could have to play the supposedly ahuman Spock. Spock was not my first experience playing alienated characters.

-From Leonard Nimoy’s first autobiography, I…

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