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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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Margaret Trudeau: Perpetual Teenager and Advocate for Mental Health Awareness

Last week I had the pleasure to attend a talk given by Margaret Trudeau at the Fairmont Hotel in Vancouver. Margaret Trudeau is in a unique position when it comes to Canadian politics (the closest to her would be Barbara Bush south of the border): she was not only wife to the ex-Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, but she is also the mother of the current one, namely Justin Trudeau (she gloated that the latter won by a much wider vote margin than her ex-husband).But Margaret had not come to...

Big Pharma, Innovation and Cancer Care

I have the deepest respect and admiration for medicine. It is through arduous and painstaking research and experiments that medicine has reached a pinnacle in our lives: The field of medicine is not only making our lives more livable by improving quality of life and helping deal with numerous chronic and debilitating conditions, but, more importantly, it is also capable of saving lives.How many innumerable lives have been saved through penicillin, anesthesia, and vaccinations, and how many more...

Public Engagement on Making Cancer Care Funding Fair and Sustainable: Day One

About three months ago, after having read a book on innovative ways of approaching and dealing with cancer, I had just posted my book review when I got to know on the very same evening that my father had been diagnosed with prostate cancer. A few days later, I received an invitation in the mail regarding a public deliberation on fair and sustainable cancer funding in my province.This event was funded by various health agencies, including the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the...

Language Learning and Prediction in Infants: UBC Quinn Memorial by Richard Aslin

Every year there is at least one lecture I eagerly await and look forward to, namely the Quinn Memorial Lecture Series. It has been my fifth attendance over the last six years, with my first one being Michael Gazzaniga’s exquisite lecture entitled Free Will and the Science of the Brain. Unfortunately, I had to miss last year’s lecture by Dr Robert T. Knight because the date and time interfered with my work schedule, but I had been luckier this time around.Although it certainly did not look...

On How to Detect Deception: Book Review of Spy the Lie

Deception is much more common than you may think; we can encounter it pretty much anywhere in all shapes and forms. It could be online and on television in the form of fake news or misinformation, it may be your teenage son or daughter, your spouse, your parents, and it may be even rampant at your work place. In fact, it is at work where deception often feels most at home and sometimes even works overtime. As people want to gain the upper hand over their competing colleagues and since they wish...

Blue Sky Lightning by Jeff Kuhn: Review of an Inspirational Book

A couple of weeks ago I had a dental appointment during which I had to sit still for a good couple of hours and let myself be pricked with needles to have my cavity fixed; in addition, I needed to undergo repeated attempts of a crown impression on the neighboring tooth. This second tooth had broken off in half probably due to the fact that I was grinding my teeth overnight, an unconscious habit I have picked up since childhood. This was most likely due to stress, which, when facing dental...

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