RUMUR | Michael Galinsky
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Author: Michael Galinsky

20 Jun An Occurrence at Morgan Creek

The Wrong Tree from rumur on Vimeo. My friend John Davis moved to Durham to teach third grade a couple of months after we moved to Chapel Hill in the summer of 2013. I was pleased to have the opportunity to hang out with him and make a couple of videos for his last record "Spare Parts". For "The...

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17 Jun Change and Healing

Returning home to the town that one grew up in is often a disorienting experience. The Chapel Hill that I grew up in was largely static. When I started elementary school there were five of them in town as well as two junior high schools and a single high school. When I left for college none of this...

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16 Jun Data vs Story

As we have worked on and written about All The Rage, we have focused a great deal on the role of our emotions in regards to both pain and our over all health. However we often lose sight of how our emotions interact with our intellect, defining our response to a given situation. Our emotions exist in relation to...

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03 Jun Do Not Dismiss What You Don’t Understand: The Hubris of Mechanistic Medicine

[caption id="attachment_18556" align="aligncenter" width="631"] Maps of the lymphatic system: old (left) and updated to reflect UVA's discovery. Credit: University of Virginia Health System [/caption] This morning a friend sent me an article about a "stunning new discovery". Scientists at the University of Virgina discovered that the lymphatic system, which is central to our immune response, is directly connected to...

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02 Jun Meadowing for Insight and Insects

millipede from rumur on Vimeo. About 2 years ago my wife and I took our kids from Brooklyn to temporarily live in the house in North Carolina that I grew up in. We came on a trial basis, but it has slowly become a semi-permanent situation. The wildly slower pace of life here has been embraced by the...

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