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"Eat or Be Eaten: the Truth About Our Species, the marriage of Darwin and Machiavelli"

by Patricia Bravata-Brozinsky, PhD 
and James Aloysius Gibson, PhD 

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OUR ARTICLES & POEMS

JIM's WRITINGS

 "Uncertainty" at: 
http://ezinearticles.com/?Uncertainty&id=636074

  

 

S I L E N C E

I knock
and no one is here to answer.
I walk away
and no pathway exists.
I cry
but my eyes are dry.
I laugh
there is no joy.
I am frustrated
but there is no anguish.
I perform
there is no applause
I move
and the room is empty.


James Aloysius Gibson aka Aiden Foster Quin copyright © 2004 all rights reserved  

 

 

 


PAT's WRITINGS
 

See my article "Growing Old Gracefully" archived on Dec. 3, 2017 at the following website:

 

http://www.diethobby.com/blog.php?ax=v&nid=1571&topic=Growing_Old_Gracefully 

 

 

 

Intros and Links to Pat's other articles at:

  • Science - Our New Fallen Hero
    [Reference-and-Education:Science] Like the lingering itch of a nagging mosquito bite, I can't help wondering why the scientific community is so filled with hubris that its method insists upon calling new discoveries (usually eventually proven wrong), and temporary findings "facts" rather than working hypotheses.  

    • Evil Unleashed by Sadism Denied
      [Arts-and-Entertainment:Philosophy] Secrets about our shadowy nature reside in our unconscious mind. They eventually ooze out of the dark recesses where we've kept them hidden. Our shadow energies become destructive when we ignore them. Eventually they creep out into the world and when sadism is among our secrets denied - evil is unleashed. Someone always gets killed.

    • Is Growing Old Gracefully a Misnomer?
      [Arts-and-Entertainment:Philosophy] People use the phrase 'grow old gracefully' when they really mean that as the years pass & each birthday reveals another chapter in the story of their timeline, that they will do anything to look young and to deceive you into believing that they are young. 

       
      "The Good Girl Part 1"  (Archived: Short Fiction November 2007)
    •     but while reading this article ask yourself - Could it be true?)