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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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28 May Wet Meadow

It rained last night, and it's cloudy. My favorite time to take pictures in the meadow is when the sun is just starting to rip past the trees. When it's cloudy it's often hard to find things to photograph because the flatness of the light makes it difficult to separate the foreground from the background; everything is kind...

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28 May Push Polling

This afternoon while working with Suki on the first Act of “All The Rage” the home phone rang and I ran to get it. Our landline (well at least our Ethernet land line) gets almost entirely robo calls but the number was local so I grabbed it. A man launched in to his written spiel. (I’m using quotes...

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20 May The Lehrer Conundrum

We are at the point in editing "All The Rage" where we had hoped to include both the ideas and words of Jonah Lehrer. As I detailed in this piece a couple of years ago, while doing research for the film I came across an article that he wrote for Wired called, "Trials and Errors: Why Science is Failing...

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