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Rating 5.0 | Blablacar stories. №3

23 Dec 2021 3 minute read 0 comments Cryptotexty

This was my first trip using Blablacar. The first time is always a little bit scary. I went to Lviv, to the Book Forum. It was the first or second day of the forum, the peak of visitors was expected over the weekend, and I planned to come at noon to...

Rating 5.0 | Blablacar stories. №2

18 Dec 2021 3 minute read 0 comments Cryptotexty

I was heading to Kyiv somewhere on the border between Chernivtsi and Vinnytsia regions. Then on Blablacar I could not find a passenger, because the direction is not popular and there was little time to leave. It's 10 pm… I'm making a turn with a car…...

Rating 5.0 | Blablacar stories. №1

9 Dec 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Cryptotexty

Khortytsia is beautiful early in the morning. Perfect weather - it's raining. It’s possible to spend the whole day here, but I have to go further. From the Scythian state, I publish the Blablacar trip. Time to leave - an hour, but maybe someone will...

The Story of Man: A Paradigmatic Model of Narrative based on Neuroscientific Literature

6 Dec 2021 48 minute read 0 comments MatTehCat

AbstractIn this paper, I explore the origins of narrative and the neuroscientific evidence in support of narratives. There is clear support that narrative construction and use are enabled by and emerge from our neurological architecture. This means t...

An Archer's Tale

6 Nov 2021 1 minute read 0 comments MatTehCat

Night fell upon the Earth; the world went mute, The Sun was consumed by the briny deep, While Shadows and Shades, from dusk, were released. In this chasm, the whole turned on itself, Begetting three disputatious archers; Each drawing a bow of mist an...

Raising Ravens

10 Oct 2021 3 minute read 0 comments Nathan Payne

Ever feel like you're clinging to a piece of driftwood, tossing to and fro in a sea of artless, myopic sanctimony?  Ever feel like you're the only person in the room, regardless of how many people are there?  Not in a solipsistic, "other people are m...

You Will Miss Me When I Burn Out

19 Aug 2021 3 minute read 0 comments Nathan Payne

Looking back is more than merely inadvisable, apparently.  It's not so hard to avoid, when you realize how many bullets you dodged.  Like I used to tell people when I was a cabdriver, who thought it looked like "fun," driving drunken, abusive halfwit...

Harry Potter vs. the Bible -- A Neurocognitive Approach

10 Aug 2021 32 minute read 1 comment MatTehCat

Abstract  In this paper, I explore several elements of the Bible and Harry Potter, define them via the Chambers Dictionary of Etymology, and associate their semantic structure to two core epistemological frames of knowledge, Rationalism and Empiricis...

The Aspects of Light

27 Jul 2021 1 minute read 0 comments MatTehCat

The Cosmic Ocean bubbles asThe Light of Creation kisses her horizon,Manifesting a sanguine and vivacious blaze That invariantly dances. The icy and untamed reachesOf existence melt and submit for the warmthThat the salubrious flame lovingly provides,...

How much is the fish?

27 Jun 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Ledeni

How much is the fish? I mean, does adding a wrap and a bow truly increase it's value? At what point did the humanity reach consensus that the value of thought, action and life is decided by the wavelength of refracted light coming from rags? Waste ma...