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I recently did an interview on my book The Power of Neurodiversity, with Dr. Nelly Nguyen, founder of Applied Life, ”a network of coaches, scientists, educators, business consultants, and above all diverse human beings who think outside the box and embrace curiosity, diversity, and inclusiveness.”  During the interview, we touched on many different topics related...
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I just produced this fifteen minute video/slide presentation which discusses my book Childless (about a childless child psychologist who tries to foil a U.S. government plot to remove childhood from the human genome) and how its darkly comedic satire is intended in part to raise awareness about how the institution of childhood is under attack...
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I was working on my Word Press website the other day and I wanted to paste in a complex object (I forget what it was), but was uncertain about how to proceed.  I knew the code for the object, and I clicked over to the ”text” version of the page where all the coding resides,...
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The New York Times reports today that there is an Adderall shortage nationwide, affecting perhaps hundreds of thousands or even millions of people.  As someone who takes antidepressants for my unipolar depression, I can empathize greatly with all of you out there, feeling almost a sense of panic if I weren’t able to get my...
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I just made a video which is now on You Tube that features the 4th in a series of videos I’ve been doing on my novel titled Childless.  Childless is about a childless child psychologist who tries to foil a U.S. government plot to have childhood declared as a medical disorder and removed from the...
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My first novel, Childless, was published last month, and I’ve been creating a series of short videos to highlight different aspects of the book.  In the previous two videos I talked about 1) general features of the novel and 2) how human endogenous retroviruses (HERVs) work as a plot device (also go to my website...
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This week I wrote a blog post for a website called Arts of Thought, which features articles on psyche and spirit, love and intimacy, and spiritual practices among other topics. The piece is called Neoteny: The Art of Being Young at Heart.     In my new novel, Childless, I use the concept of neoteny (Latin...
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I’m making a series of short videos to publicize my new novel entitled Childless. The book is about a childless child psychologist who tries to foil a U.S. government plot to declare childhood as a medical disorder and remove it from the human genome. In this video I examine how I used genetic engineering and...
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I’m going to be recording You Tube videos where I discuss different aspects of my new novel, Childless.  In this video I just give some of the basics of the plot.  In future videos I’ll explore the genetic sub-plot of the story (based on human endogenous retroviruses), the neurodiverse characters that play a major role...
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