Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Junction Box Speculation

Every so often I’m overcome to speculate wildly beyond the limits of my own understanding. This is one of those occasions. Just saying… A while ago @DrDav tweeted me an image she’d taken of a New Scientist article. The item … Continue reading

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Haptic primes

A couple of posts ago, I mentioned the idea of ‘material primes’ as explored in David McRaney’s book ‘You are not so smart’. Chapter 38 of the book, on Embodied Cognition, deals with ‘haptic primes’ which are at least as … Continue reading

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