A core human psychological trait of small-scale tribal herding may work against the kind of global organisational unity and cooperation required to cultivate substantive industrial and economic change in the limited time still available to us. Continue reading On Tribal Narratives and Environmental Catastrophe
Given sufficient complexity, energy or information flow and time, the logical end-state of any particular process need not itself under analysis appear as though rationally derived or even substantively plausible. Continue reading Impossible Things
That little voice inside your head – is that really who you are ? That reflective, incessant narrator of self… Continue reading Is Your Inner Narrative You ?
It seems that we require the constant validation of the simplest narrative building blocks and a recurrent reinforcement of superficial trivialities… Continue reading Building Blocks
Spoilers: Doctor Who unwittingly generates all of the anomalies and enigmas he appears to stumble across… Continue reading Disentangling Doctor Who
The various cultural contexts, parameters and metrics indicating that possibility for the existence of the sensible, the rational and the sane are also those shared borders of distance and difference defining the improbable, the implausible and the ridiculous… Continue reading Culture Circus: Uncommon Anchors
Whoever you think you are, you are probably (also) actually something quite other than that internal self-representation you hold so close… Continue reading An Inversion of Useful Selves