Psycasm is the exploration of the world psychological. Every day phenomenon explained and manipulated to one's own advantage. Written by a slightly overambitious undergrad, Psycasm aims at exploring a whole range of social and cognitive processes in order to best understand how our minds, and those mechanisms that drive them, work.
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So I've been thinking about religion and beliefs again. More specifically, souls...
I'll get to writing a full-length post, and explaining my recent interest, early next week.
In the mean time here's an episode of Radiolab with a reading of the story 'Metamorphosis'. It's written by a neuroscientist by the name of David Eagleman. If there's ever a version of the afterlife I could get on board with, it's this.
[Skip to 6:30; The reading lasts only 4 minutes]
If you're feeling a little bummed out by the last story, try this next one. It's written by the same guy, and is a little more light-hearted and whimsical...
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Sum, the book which these come from is (a) well worth the read, and (b) extremely short. I highly recommend it :)