‘Mental States’– the states of being in pain, desiring a cold beverage, or growing weary of a certain little pupster flying into a tirade of yappiness for no apparent reason, et cetera– are a folksy way of describing complex brain states (at least according to me and Mr. Big Food and a few others). Note the
You just never know who’s going to show up in Jackson, Mississippi. I have it on good Authority that Morgan Freeman was over at The Children’s Hospital while we were on the other end of campus. It’s a small state. You just never know who’s going to show up in Jackson. Jackson, Mississippi.
From a crappy old book. I’m on a mission to catalog 365 Things I Am Tired Of Which I am Tired. In the interest of positive thinking, I thought I should counter with a year’s worth of things that tickled me to no end. This illustration from a 1933 edition of The Pilgrim’s Progress is #1.
It’s a miracle. It only took seven years. Engineering the Next Revolution in Neuroscience: The New Science of Experiment Planning (2013– I’m not kidding!– Oxford University Press) (If you’re so inclined, you can pre-order your copy here. Only $37.95 for the paperback.) Mr. Big Food and I are just diddling around inside this Saturday afternoon
BLOOD SPECTRA COMPARED WITH SPECTRUM OF ARGAND-LAMP Handbook of Physiology by W. Morrant Baker, F.R.C.S and Vincent Dormer Harris, M.D. Lond., F.R.C.P. Sixteenth American Edition Edited by Warren Coleman, M.D. and Charles L. Dana, A.M., M.D. WITH UPWARDS OF FIVE HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS MANY IN COLORS; New Yourk: Willaim Wood and Company MDCCCC ~~Mr. Big Food
Salad of four lettuces, peas, rat-tail radish, French breakfast radish, spinach, lemon balm. Sauteed zucchini (three types), yellow squash (two), carrots (three), and Vidalia onions seasoned with fresh oregano. That’s it for the home grown component. But there was also BBQ chicken, and home made garlic-oregano bread on the grill paired with a bottle of
Nearly everybody has a back yard. If you haven’t, you probably know where there is a vacant lot. Or you may go to a park or a school playground. Wherever you go outdoors, that’s the place to begin your exploring. An explorer looks carefully at everything around him. … A good explorer uses scientific methods.