Want to be anonymous? Now you have a right to be
Australian citizens now have the right to remain anonymous or use a pseudonym when interacting with government agencies, private health service providers, and large organisations under new privacy laws. The … Continue reading
Pentagon admits to running a secret multi-million-dollar psychic espionage program
The Pentagon has admitted that, up until 2012, it was running a long-secret investigation into the application of psychic abilities to their intelligence activities.
Are stars conscious?
Is there any scientific evidence to support the opinion of Olaf Stapledon, a British science-fiction author and philosopher from the 1930’s, that the entire universe is in some sense conscious, … Continue reading
Prescience – filtering out the static
Everyone is having prescient thoughts all the time, the problem is that we are also having random , non-prescient thoughts, and most of us can’t tell the difference. One deeply … Continue reading
What makes it YA?
Recently reading a 2013 article about The 8 Habits of Highly Successful Young-Adult Fiction Authors and its contents lead me to reflect on my experience of what makes YA. The … Continue reading
The Dream – A Dystopian Romance
Now it is evening and the breeze has a hint of warmth and chamomile as I walk along the path that tracks the silted river. The blossoms on the trees … Continue reading
The Hidden Messages of Water
From Wikipedia: Masaru Emoto (江本 勝, born July 22, 1943) is a Japanese author and entrepreneur, who claims that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. … Continue reading
Cloud of Uncertainty
I felt an urge today at lunch time to Google ‘Quantum Fiction’ and then to follow the trail down the rabbit hole. As a result @ClareisWrite is now following @quantumfiction … Continue reading
Sydney Writers’ Festival 2014
The Sydney Writers’ Festival was so much fun last year – stimulating and crowded and wet, and now that I’m wandering down this path – a little frustrating. Am doing … Continue reading
Consciousness and the brain
I’m not even sure what I’m researching at this stage, but this book caught my attention in a Washington Post book review which said: Dehaene outlines his “global neuronal workspace” … Continue reading