It’s amazing how many incidences of “inattentional blindness” (or arrogance) one can find in important places. Once again, we see that even cuddly-wuddly Carl Sagan and colleagues mindlessly represented “the people of Earth” as White People! 192 more words
Tags » Anthropology
I’m typing this from the lobby of a hotel in downtown San Francisco, which has been one of the most unique cities I’ve ever visited – cars parallel parked sideways on the insanely steep streets, thick blankets of fog rolling down from the hills to envelop the city, and a jostling juxtaposition of immense wealth and entrenched poverty. 332 more words
That New Old Time Religion
Supernatural consciousness does not exist.
The popular use of phrases such as “higher consciousness,” “mass consciousness,” “a new level of consciousness,” and “transforming consciousness” shows how supernatural ideas degrade the general body of thought. 743 more words
Non-visual people, especially educators, confuse visual thinking with fantasy and magic. Dragons, wizards, etc. While some visual thinkers may enjoy fantasy, it’s fantasy that is attractive, whether or not it’s presented visually, verbally or acted out. 241 more words