Weekly Digest 6-25-2022
Weather abnormalities, doing your own research, holistic therapies, and more
The rain and cooler weather in Portland are finally starting to fade. Too soon all at once though, as the first heat wave comes in now. People’s bodies, especially the elderly, need more time to adjust to the change in temperature.
Perhaps it is of interest that the Air Force has bragged it can “own the weather” by 2025.
Anyways, this week I’m still working on some comics and secret history articles. Hoping to have some of that out soon. In the meantime, here’s what’s new…
This Week’s Posts
The Epidemic of Loneliness: Analysis and Solutions - on the officially declared epidemic of loneliness, its personal and societal dangers, and how to overcome it.
The Best Writing Advice I’ve Collected - tips for writing from a range of authors.
Shame Game: Scapegoating 101 - on the hidden, almost religious, human instincts of scapegoating.
Maybe Logic: A Double-Edged Sword - ‘Maybe Logic’, or quantum logic, as introduced by Robert Anton Wilson, is a great tool for unlearning dogma. However other tools are also needed to stay connected with our true selves.
Maybe Day 2022: A compilation of RAW writings - in preparation for Maybe Day, a compilation of writings, new and old, that relate to the ideas of Robert Anton Wilson. To be updated with new listings until July 23rd, Maybe Day.
9 New Poems: 'Paint', 'Saint Envy', Etc. - With a Pinocchio illustration.
7 Times the SCOTUS Opinion Overturning Roe Mentions "Privacy" - Kiss your privacy rights goodbye.
An Update: SCOTUS on Gay Marriage - Clarence Thomas signals interest in reviewing Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell.
From the Archive
Doing Your Own Research - I’m unequivocally for it.
How modern medicine’s failings are being mitigated by holistic therapies - introducing a grassroots initiative bringing all healing disciplines together.
How do you miss the most blatant safety signal in vaccine history? - stunning new information from Freedom of Information Act requests.
Song of the Week
What good's a man
Who's lost his soul
Can't take a stand
Mmm, when his flame's gone cold
Mmm, fend off the enemy
Sing out the jubilee
With all the fire we can breathe