Here’s a transcript of a talk by Paul Stamets. While I finished listening, I only took notes about halfway through. The transcription didn’t come out as clean and I wasn’t able to finish working on it. I’ve already moved on to other materials. Still got far enough that I wanted to publish what I completed, and maybe I’ll come back and work on it some more. Continue reading “Transcript of “Psilocybin Mushrooms and the Mycology of Consciousness: Immersion into the MycoVerse” by Paul Stamets”
I came across this interview with Peterson last month, and as a year-long fan of his, this is one of the best interviews I’ve listened to. This is a good video to share with people who’ve never heard of Jordan Peterson before, because they’ll get a nice primer of his body of work. It does a good job of encapsulating the arc of Peterson’s thoughts over his career (especially recently) and the interviewer does a great job of asking timely and well-articulated questions that help Peterson explain a complicated idea to those that might not be familiar.
It’s one of those moments in life that just has to be cherished as-is, because you can’t really properly take a picture of it, or scoop it up and put it in your pocket.
I’m going to try a new way of writing for my blog. It’s a “stream of consciousness” with six word prompts. I will go to this website at least twice a week, get random words and then I will write for at least 5 minutes. If I’m feeling the “flow” of words I’ll keep going until I run out of words. I will publish just about anything as long as it’s not inappropriate! My rules, my blog, after all.
Let’s see what comes out. Don’t expect anything earth-shattering, here. Continue reading “Bottling Up Sparkly Snow”
Pilgrimage to the Brian Boru harp.
Arcadia, the organization that set up my study abroad program, also sponsored a couple of trips for us so that we could see the country as well as meet other students that were also studying abroad. One of the trips was down to Dublin and the area nearby. They paid and planned for almost everything. All we had to do was sit back and enjoy the ride. Continue reading “Abroad in Ireland (Part 1) — Weekend in Dublin”