When Joe Biden said this week that Putin, with his frequent references to Russia's nuclear weapons and how he might be forced to use them, is playing an unpredictable game that could end carelessly or accidentally in 'Armageddon', he was only being realistic, asking us all to wake up to what is happening. Yet he … Continue reading Rescuing the Future | Joe Biden, Putin and Armageddon | While hoping it never happens, we need to get ready for it |11 Steps to Survival
The attack on Salman Rushdie yesterday......was a shock to me, but not a surprise.
I hope you'll see that you too are free to think your way forward to a rewarding path that is uniquely your own.
Here in Ontario, Canada, farmers and naturalists are alarmed about the frequent sightings of wild pigs in the southern part of the province. We're being asked to report any sightings so the authorities can go after them quickly, since experience in the USA has shown that they must be eliminated immediately. So there were a … Continue reading Rescuing Nature | Let’s leave wild pigs alone | these unrecognized gardeners of the planet
In all our programming, in all our obstacle-detection logic built into the LISP code, we had never accounted for this... possibility – man kicking robot to show off to girlfriend.
In my book The Shyness Guide, I say that when you learn to accept your shyness, you become less shy. It's true. When you're no longer concerned about being shy, you no longer experience that kind of anxiety, so it's easier to talk to people. Simple as that. But that isn't all you gain from … Continue reading Shy and/or autistic Confidence, and its rewards
Recently I had the good fortune to be interviewed by Jenna Gensic for the website Learn from Autistics - Connecting Parents and Caregivers with autistic voices. The result was published this week - I've provided a link below. This website offers interesting autism news, books, free downloads, and other resources. But the core of it … Continue reading Autism | Learn from Autistics – connecting parents and caregivers with autistic voices | Alan Conrad interviewed
There is another possibility.....that people who were unable to talk a million years ago are still with us.
In The Shyness Guide, I make the case that detachment is a tool one can use to enter and explore the social world.