Evan on January 31st, 2009

Image by ktylerconk I have a guest post on the Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life Blog. It is called What if We’re Both Certain but of Opposite Beliefs?. It is fairly wide ranging, starting with philosophy (Descartes) talking about the impact of disagreement on our relationships and including some advice on what to do when […]

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Image by joguldi Sharon Astyk has written a remarkable book called Depletion and Abundance. Sharon also writes a blog called Casaubon’s Book. It deals with the twin fossil fuel crises – peak oil and Global Warming. Her response is to revive local sufficiency. She points out that most of the changes needed (and they are […]

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Evan on January 26th, 2009

Image by phunkstarr “Ya Reckon?!” is an Australian exclamation expressing scepticism to the point of incredulity. It ‘transaltes’ into standard English as something like, “Do you really think so?” “Are you serious?” or “How can you really believe that?” It is usually said in response to a claim that is being made. Like a lot […]

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Evan on January 24th, 2009

Image by Daquella Manera I usually don’t put much about events from my life on my blog. As the title of the book on blogging says, ‘No one cares what you had for breakfast’! So I keep personal events mostly off the blog and try to focus on delivering what is important for my readers’ […]

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Evan on January 22nd, 2009

I’m getting married today. It is the smallest possible ceremony – immediate family and a few friends.  If I don’t respond as quickly to comments as usual this is the reason.  It will be my second marriage and my partner’s first. Back to normal in a couple of days.  Evan Bookmark It Hide Sites

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Evan on January 22nd, 2009

I have a guest post on the Philosophy, Psychology and Real Life blog, called A Quality Life.  It has been split in two, this link is to the first part.  You can then click to the next part at the end of the first part.  It is about quality not quantity and argues that quality […]

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Evan on January 19th, 2009

Image by aussiegall 1. To Protect Against Cancer Scientists at the University of California at Santa Barbara laboratories of Leslie Wilson, professor of biochemistry and pharmacology, and Mary Ann Jordan, adjunct professor in the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, have shown how cruciferous vegetables (cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower) protect against the development of […]

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Evan on January 17th, 2009

Image by M.Peinado When we live from our core it is likely that we will feel nourished. It is likely that we will have more satisfactory relationships. Living with authenticity doesn’t automatically change the world, what it does is change our response to it. It will usually reduce our stress and increase our joy. To […]

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