Here We Go Again

Some Other Beginning's End Hey there. It's closing time for some old stuff. SFT has once again morphed, and here's the caterpillar picture: You are already looking at the butterfly - check out the new old header. When I started this blog, it was for [SFT], a sci-fi novel. So we have come full circle, … Continue reading Here We Go Again

After the Brexit Vote: How We’ll Be Okay (Part 2 of 2)

A little more than half of 70-odd percent of British people have just voted to leave the European Union. It looks like things will be more difficult over the next few years – not just for Britain, but for the entire region and parts of the world. It is difficult to tell right now. The … Continue reading After the Brexit Vote: How We’ll Be Okay (Part 2 of 2)

After the Brexit Vote: Parliament First, then Article 50 (Part 1 of 2)

So we have a ‪#‎Brexit‬ vote result. What next? A 2-step: first the parliament decides what to do, then the UK starts leaving the EU: ONE: Parliamentary ratification, re-vote, or veto (maybe) "The referendum result is not legally binding - Parliament still has to pass the laws that will get Britain out of the 28 … Continue reading After the Brexit Vote: Parliament First, then Article 50 (Part 1 of 2)

Memory Injuries are Physical and Everywhere: Memory and Trauma (Part 2 of 3)

Warning: This post could be a bit emotionally painful to read. I apologize in advance. What’s one of the worst things that has happened to you in your life? Please remember it now. What happened? How did you feel? Keep this in your back pocket and read on. When Memory Processing Works Well: Dealing with … Continue reading Memory Injuries are Physical and Everywhere: Memory and Trauma (Part 2 of 3)

Why You Can’t Trust Your Memory and What to Do About It: Memory and Trauma (Part 1 of 3)

In my last post, I could have told my story about the Legend of Write or Die with more certainty. With fewer “maybes” and “might have beens”. The truth is, I really can’t remember the entire conversation all that well. I only really remember bits and pieces. It happened years ago and I’ve only recalled the … Continue reading Why You Can’t Trust Your Memory and What to Do About It: Memory and Trauma (Part 1 of 3)