It would appear that Monday’s News on the March may not be a suitable title of the content of this post. Perhaps ‘The week that was in my digital world’ is more akin to what I’m trying to do here. But it’s Citizen Kane so I’m keeping the newsreel image. Call me old fashioned, call me sentimental, but the News on the March image is staying right here. Most of the articles which capture my interest are from you good folk – fellow blogging enthusiasts, so I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for allowing me to refer your great content on my Monday’s News on the March page.
WordPress article from shakemyheadhollow:
‘If “purposiveness” characterizes our movements, or changes in state, “imagination” is the best term we have for the force that drives the changes. Imagination is our capacity to project beyond the immediate real, the here and now of our existence.’
Article from BBC Future:
Humans are like ungainly packets of meat when paddling in the ocean and should be easy prey compared to fast-moving fish and seals. So, why are so few people attacked by sharks?
You tube video – Foolish Baseball:
Anyone interested in baseball should be subscribed to Foolish Baseball on you tube. They have the best produced, entertaining and informative videos about Baseball I have ever seen. Even someone unfamiliar with baseball would probably find these intriguing. Why do people love Baseball? Then watch Foolish Baseball videos and find out. The video above of Justin Verlander’s remarkable inning is as good a place as any to start.
WordPress article from James Cross – Broad Speculations:
About 70 thousand years ago something happened that resulted in modern humans. Whatever caused this change, it resulted in what appears to have been a major leap in cognitive capabilities. It was quite possibly the change that most differentiates us from Neanderthals and other archaic humans and what has made us unique among hominid apes.
WordPress poem from James Cross – Intellectual Shaman
Cats sit at the end of their driveways
in the summertime evening
“Here puss…puss,” I say.
but they don’t move
for what? (read more)
WordPress article from Mike Smith – SelfAwarePatterns:
Excerpt: These are truly hard problems, and solving them is forcing scientists to consider theories that posit a reality even more removed from the manifest image. It’s why we get things like brane theory, the many worlds interpretation of quantum physics, or the mathematical universe hypothesis. If any of these models are true, than the ultimate nature of reality is utterly different from the manifest image.