Friday, June 23, 2006
The heads, the hearts, the horrors
There is enough food for thought in the June 22 program to feed Zam-Zamians for a year. Or is it Zam-Zamites? Or is it Zam-Zamese? Whatever, here are some follow-ups to the terrific information presented by Dr. Gary Popoli exclusively on the June 22 Cotolo Chronicles.
First, you can check out the Sigmund Freud book, Civilization and its Discontents. I am going to get a copy today.
Secondly, here is a link to a brief bio on G. Stanley Hall, which brings up the matter of "ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny."
Next, read about Phineas Gage (illustration above), the man whose head made history.
And just what do you need to know about endorphins and how they can make your life easier?
All references to Zam Zam, a place on Earth no one would rather be, can start here.
Turk Berain is a detective's detective who detects more than most detectives detect. Check out the latest Turk Berain story, The Face of Turk Berain, here.
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