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A Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste


“I think, therefore I am,” right? Well, think again. Questioning the deeper mysteries of mind and consciousness. Not trying to answer questions as much as ask the right questions about mind and matter.

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Panopticlick


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Short Comments (Read top paragraph)


Short comments with links may activate the anti spam Akismet, because they’ve become a popular way to inject links to blogs. Just write “hello there, nice blog” and include a link.

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Suomen valtiosääntöoikeudellisen seuran ajankohtaispalsta

this is... The Neighborhood

the Story within the Story

Heather Marsh

Rethinking the moats and mountains

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Suomalaisten sekalaista pohdintaa mormoniudesta

Feast upon the Word Blog

A blog focused on LDS scriptures and teaching

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Falling Forward

Day by day, step by step, I become a little more unbroken. And though sometimes I fall…I’m forever falling forward.

Gently Hew Stone

Arts. Education. Humor. Literature. Living Well. Politics. Religion. By a father of seven. "The rebel of the 21st century will be old fashioned."