Found objects

Who’s your daddy?

Yes, here in Austalia, we have ALL the mostest poisonous of animals & creepy crawlies. You can read more about them here. But personally, I am just bloody thankful our daddy long legs don’t look like the American ones (main photo)! It’s basically an alien brain on legs. With giant alien chompers. Ye gods, we […]

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Found objects

This Life.

‚ÄúThere is truly a place in the life of the human animal for wonder, curiosity, and openness to the fathomless otherness of the universe. This spirituality is found in the artist when she suspends her ego controls and paints the images that rise from unknown zones. It is found in the scientist reflecting on the […]

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Journal

Road trip is imminent.

Good news. The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is easing its COVID lockdown boarder restrictions. Whilst the areas we can freely travel are still limited, it does provide us with a loop route down to the south coast. Kelly starts her holidays tomorrow (I still have a few shifts to work at the vaccination centre), so […]

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Found objects

Permission granted.

“Through the years I have found no matter how accomplished the life, as measured by the often superficial parameters of popular culture, most people lack elemental permission to be who they are or to give voice to the magnitude of soul that exists within them. I am not talking at all about narcissistic self-indulgence. Rather, […]

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Instructions

Searching the web? There is a better way.

Just Google it. These days “just Google it” has become a reflex response to someone asking for information about a topic.But there are better ways than Google (which is tracking your activities, harvesting your personal information and selling it all for profit). I recommend “just DuckDuckGo it” instead.AND to get the absolute most out of […]

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Anomalous

What is it like to be a BEE?

Christof Koch is a neuroscientist whos work is tied deeply to the task of finding the neurocorrolates of consciousness. That is, locating the parts of our brain that make us experience what it is like to be us. He proposes that consciousness arises out of complex interactions between neural networks andbelieves that the claustrum (one […]

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