Archives: 2013

Attitudes about Government in and out of China

February 14th, 2013, 1 Comment

I read an article the other day about a blogger said to have taken rare photographs of the President elect of China, Xi Ping. I have been unable to find that original article but the Washington Post notes it here. The lines which caught my eye in the other article spoke of how the blogger […]

My Novel in Progress

February 4th, 2013, No Comments

Some of the comments received on this blog are asking about the kind of material I’m trying to get published. These books are: (a) book about unusual forms of bullying in early childhood for kids and adults (b) book about acquired brain injury in adults via toxic injuries (c) non-fiction book about contracts and law […]

Update on Malala- more surgery to come

January 31st, 2013, 1 Comment

Keeping up on this story about the young girl shot for blogging about her objections to school closures in Pakistan, Malala Yousafzai us returning to a British hospital for further surgeries. In addition to reconstructive surgery for her head, there is a plan for cochlear implant surgery as her injuries left her completely deaf in […]

Behavior Modification and Our Belief Systems

January 24th, 2013, No Comments

My trips through the USA and Europe have been fraught with experiences representing the schizophrenic affects of political upheaval in the West. Along with all of that is a glimpse of the hopes on the part of some of the strongest cultures on earth for recovery. All in all, it resembles a great human experiment […]

Are You Grounded?

January 7th, 2013, No Comments

No, I’m not asking if you are under house arrest. While some of you are indubitably living under some sort of restriction, this post refers to electrical grounding. I’m not a member of any unions at the moment but electricians need to unite behind the effort to ensure you are all well grounded. In terms […]

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