SPLITTING THE UPRIGHTS: when you're walking on the sidewalk toward two men having a conversation who, presumably in order to emphasize their heterosexuality (?), make room for you to pass not by moving as a pair to one side or the other, but by stepping *away* from each other, so you must walk between them. considered an omen of good luck
I am such a Gemini! I have so many interests and personalities! Here's one of my ideas brought to you by astrologer me.
Curtains are closing on our culture which is in the last and final 12th house of Pisces (and neptune has been stationed in pisces for years). Victims are speaking up over the airwaves of social media, in groups, in order to change the tides and dissolve the culture that we created and now is coming to a close.
I found this back when I did Mind & World, and for some reason looked it up again while writing up answers to the Cognitive Science tutorial questions.
David Eagleman, "Brain Time":
"Time perception, just like vision, is a construction of the brain and is shockingly easy to manipulate experimentally...All these illusions and distortions are consequences of the way your brain builds a representation of time."
"So when we sleep and we have an empty stomach then the activity, the contractile activity of our gut changes to a very unique pattern. It’s a 90-minute cycle, very powerful waves of contractions migrate from the esophagus all the way down to the end of our large intestine. And they move very slowly. So this has been referred to as the intestinal housekeeper that sort of cleans the gut from any residue that’s present."
-Dr Emeran Mayer
which employs a total of 1,373,650 active-duty personnel; owns 5,884 combat tanks, 41,062 armored vehicles, 1,934 self-propelled artillery guns, 19 aircraft carriers, 63 destroyers, 70 submarines, 2,296 fighter planes, and 947 attack helicopters; maintains a stockpile of 6,800 nuclear bombs, including some that are 80 times more powerful than the bomb the US dropped on Hiroshima during World War II;
The notion of using the Greek noun oneiros (meaning "dream") to form the English adjective "oneiric" wasn't dreamed up until the mid-19th century. But back in the early 1600s, linguistic dreamers came up with a few "oneiros" spin-offs, giving English "oneirocriticism," "oneirocritical," and "oneirocritic" (each referring to dream interpreters or interpretation).
The favorite books of my fave, Nalo Hopkinson.
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