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  • Arash Farzaneh
  • August 07, 2008 03:26:35 AM

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A blog with a critical and humorous look at important philosophical and psychological issues, sometimes bordering on the absurd and insane. It is also a blog for writers, where some of my short stories are showcased and some tips for improving writing and accepting criticism are given.

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Different Personality Types and Brain Systems by Helen Fisher

Ever since the inception of science, scientists have been trying hard to classify and fit everything and everyone from plants and animals to humans into distinct categories. For instance, the Greek physician and philosopher Galen based his four different types of personality on a person’s “humor,” which could be classified as either black or yellow bile, as blood, or as phlegm, while each category would be equipped and charged with specific criteria and personality characteristics. The...

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Helen Fisher UBC Talk on The Future of Romantic Relationships in the Digital Age

Last week I had the pleasure of not only attending Helen Fisher’s talk entitled “Swipe, Right?: The Future of Romantic Relationships in the Digital Age,” but I also had the wondrous opportunity to personally meet this celebrated and renowned speaker, researcher, and scientist. Helen Fisher’s work first came to my attention during my undergrad years while studying psychology. Her bestselling book Anatomy of Love sounded most appealing and interesting, so I picked up a copy at a...

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Improv to the Charge: Book Review of The Art of Making Sh!t Up

The first time I saw the program Whose Line is it Anyway?I was immediately hooked on improv. What I liked most about it was that it was funny, spontaneous and free. So when I had the opportunity to join an impromptu improv group at my university residence, I did not hesitate. In a blink, I found myself suddenly on stage doing my own shows of improv (to be honest, we only did a couple of them, but the lessons learned from them would last me a lifetime and we even received a T-shirt for one of...

The Future Promises and Challenges of AI

My interest in and passion for Artificial intelligence must be spanning over a decade now, but in comparison I have written very little on or about the topic. The problem was that despite continuously reading about the latest trends and development and while considering and reconsidering ethical issues and implications regarding this budding new technology, I was missing some relevant data and pieces of information. That was filled in beautifully at the Space Centre’s Cosmic Nights event I...

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