“Like an astronomer associating with astrology,” Solms writes. Neuropsychoanalysis seems to attract the punkish interdisciplinarians, those thinkers who won’t be contained by the ridigities of their respective fields. But the thing about these rebel types is that, so much of the time, they’re the ones most capable of making the wildest leaps. Not the patient, incremental advances of everyday science, but the world-historical, paradigm-shifting transformations in global consciousness. Or, in Solms’ case, a new theory of consciousness itself.
— Read on www.wired.com/story/sexy-new-theory-consciousness-will-give-you-feels/
The internet is home to all kinds of advice about how to experience consciousness while dreaming. What works?
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2021/03/24/style/lucid-dreaming-how-to.html
According to a study published March 3 in the journal JGR Planets, the lunar tail is made of millions of sodium atoms blasted out of the lunar soil and into space by meteor strikes and then pushed hundreds of thousands of miles downstream by solar radiation. For a few days a month, when the new moon sits between Earth and the sun, our planet’s gravity drags that sodium tail into a long beam that wraps around Earth’s atmosphere before blasting into space on the opposite side.
— Read on www.livescience.com/amp/moon-has-a-sodium-tail.html
More than 1,250 developers made at least $10,000 last year through virtual sales in their Roblox games, and the company is increasing payouts to them.
— Read on www.cnbc.com/amp/2021/03/09/roblox-ipo-how-game-developers-built-a-30-billion-platform.html
Proto-cities built from 6200 years ago in eastern Europe upend our ideas about when civilisation began and why people made the move from rural to urban living
— Read on www.newscientist.com/article/mg24933230-900-the-rise-and-fall-of-the-mysterious-culture-that-invented-civilisation/
The film is directed by the Primus bassist’s son, Cage Claypool
— Read on www.guitarworld.com/amp/news/les-claypool-faces-off-with-metallicas-robert-trujillo-in-a-bass-slapping-duel-in-new-short-film-precious-metals
The Oracle of Omaha exposes a self-destructive pattern many of us may be guilty of.
— Read on www.inc.com/marcel-schwantes/warren-buffett-only-1-thing-will-hold-you-back-from-achieving-great-things-in-life.html
Embrace angst. Find adventure in monotony. And, of course, meditate.
— Read on www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-08-24/working-from-home-lessons-from-a-buddhist-priest-on-how-to-avoid-burnout