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Childbirth And The Future of Homo Sapiens - Book Review by NicoleD Posted Wed 26 Jun 2013 8:00am " Childbirth and The Future of Homo Sapiens ," by Michel Odent, had been sitting on my computer desk for a few weeks before I finally cracked its binding. It isn’t that I didn’t want to read it, I very much did want to. I simply wanted to wholeheartedly devote time and attention to the wealth of knowledge I knew awaited me within its pages. ... Read on »
Attention Homo Sapiens, Attention! by Abbie Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:00pm Reporting live from my micro fiber plush recliner located in the living room filled with sunshine from the northwest. This is an official CI news update. I have the tendency to nod off several times a day, which I contribute to the Percocet. I have taken steps to reduce the Percocet from two tablets every 4 hours ... Read on »
What Deepawali shall mean to a modern Homo-sapien ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 02 Nov 2013 12:00am Today , November 2nd 2013 is Deepawali , Nearly 1 billion people  celebrate it Deepawali  is an ancient  festival of lights , millions  of Hindus celebrate It with sanctity. It is a  war on darkness and ignorance .On this day goodness  prevailed  over evil (Asura) Unfortunately , In the current versions , it would se ... Read on »
Potentially Inappropriate Posts Part 1: Human Sexuality, Part 1 by Zachary M. Posted Wed 04 Mar 2009 3:13pm I like dinosaurs, gaming, paleontology in general, movies, very few comics (mostly webcomics at this point), H. P. Lovecraft, and...wait for it... women. I know, I'm a bad person. But don't worry too much, it's not a "ooh, boobies!" kind of thing (although there's some of that, too). Modern man has some backwards sexual tendancies compare ... Read on »
Consciousness: The Great Leap Forward (Again?) by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Thu 23 Sep 2010 6:25pm 'Bigger Than The World' Justin Timberlake Collective Consciousness There has been more discussions recently about collective consciousness just recently as we collectively remembered global events that increased our awareness of our world, including 9/11. Actually part of the reason why I blog is because of 9/11. During th ... Read on »
Middle to Late Paleolithic: Neanderthals Consumed Grains and Legumes by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Tue 20 Jul 2010 5:40pm For 200,000 Years Neanderthals Dominated Euroasia Homo neanderthalensis, Neanderthals, migrated out of Africa and completely separated genetic lineages an estimated 200 to 300,000 years ago or even longer. Recent genetic data has shown that as Neanderthals migrated northward, hypopigmentation and red hair (MC1R gene associated) characteristi ... Read on »
We're Animals, Too by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 9:15am Despite having lived in New York City for seven years, last weekend marked my first visit to the Bronx Zoo. I was initially a bit weary, as I wrestle with a few ethical and moral issues anytime animals are used to entertain humans. As much as I love to see them in the flesh, I certainly don’t walk away happy after seeing a gorilla sit in a 10 ... Read on »
The difference between you and a psychopath. by Eric W. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 May 2011 6:40pm The amygdala, of course, is the brain's fear center -- an ancient evolutionary development that's worked to keep homo sapiens sapiens alive if not thriving for hundreds of thousands of years. A sudden movement, a sharp sound: The amygdala reacts at the slightest provocation. It's up to the prefrontal cortex, the seat of reasoning, of "exec ... Read on »
Cutting Away The Anxiety by Dr. Stuart R. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 11:51pm Greetings from the snowy mountains. I could have stayed forever. I promised to write a bit about self-mutilation so here goes. As a surgeon, I'm no stranger to cutting, but I try not to cut myself. OK, so I've removed a mole from my skin under cognac-swig anesthesia, and sutured a wound or two, but that's about it. I remember a yo ... Read on »
We’re Animals, Too by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:02pm Despite having lived in New York City for seven years, last weekend marked my first visit to the Bronx Zoo. I was initially a bit weary, as I wrestle with a few ethical and moral issues anytime animals are used to entertain humans. As much as I love to see them in the flesh, I certainly don’t walk away happy after seeing a gorilla sit in a 1 ... Read on »

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