Yes, I’m totally serious. As long as your anxiety is not due to some chemical imbalance in your brain, and is purely a product of stresses in your life, I have some advice for you. It’s advice I received and have started implementing.
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I am going to write this blog as much as possible without stopping. I’m trying to unclog my brain, and let things flow a little bit easier, and sometimes the easiest way to do that is to create only one restriction, the lack of restrictions and the requirement to continue without going back and editing. Continue reading
Recently I decided to set a goal for myself to complete in about 25 years, at which point I’ll be 50. I have no idea what I’ll be doing at that time, but that’s okay. It’s a goal to work toward.
With my friends Zan and George we will make a film better than the original Star Wars.
In the year 2150 CE I would be 164 years old, except I won’t have made it there. Despite remarkable advancements in medicine and largely solving the physical degradation associated with aging, I will have died in an accident. Continue reading
In the year 2125 I will be 139 years old but I will appear to be in my late sixties or early seventies because of advancements in medicine, especially facing the negative impact of aging. I will have had several successful tumor removals and been treated for heart-disease. I will have had several joint replacements and a few outdated prostheses to solve my degenerating vision and hearing, but overall I’ll be looking forward to my 140th birthday. Continue reading
From hover cars to houses on Mars our ideas of the future have in part shaped how we developed it. Science Fiction authors and futurists must be credited alongside scientists and brilliant minds that tested those waters and brought ideas to fruition. Continue reading
This is a rough draft. I plan to revise it. Feel free to criticize it in its current form as well. I want to temper the idea into something worthwhile.
As we move into an age where information can, is, and will always be copied and shared despite the legal rights of its creators, I believe we have a duty to reconsider the way those laws aimed to protect those creators are formulated as well as the system of economics that serves to reward them. Continue reading