Category Archives: Health and wellness
Speak of lack is on the rise. Lest we forget, there is always enough for everyone–find the balance and distribute sensibly. Today I had a chunk of Parmegiano Reggiano cheese, a piece too big for me, so I gave half … Continue reading
You know the term canned laughter, or fake laughter? Yeah you know, what you hear on comedy sitcoms and talk shows? Well, it’s known as a ‘laugh track’ and the editing process in post-production is known as ‘sweetening’, by … Continue reading
An ISM, yes! After reading the extracts from One Hundred and One Reasons For Becoming a Vegetarian (from Michael Pollan’s book entitled “the Omnivore’s Dilemma“) in some other blog. … A list of facts such as these contain all quantitative information. … Continue reading
The list of facts and statistics (from http://www.flex.com/~jai/articles/101.html), even if they are accurate (though most probably not) and inspired by author MichaePollan (?), are all quantitative — but what is quantifiable in the world of quantum physics? – I mean, if it … Continue reading
These days you hear more about the many NATURAL floods that it diverts ones attention from the MAN-MADE floods which are SLOWLY but SURELY burying history, a greater atrocity. Interestingly enough, I came across a web site after having seen … Continue reading
I just love this for breakfast: Fried eggs, easy over with a spoon of melted Apricot jam on a slice of buttered brown bread, with a pinch of herb-salt, ground (black) pepper, garnished with some freshly chopped estragon. serve with … Continue reading
Don’t mix meat & tobacco It might entice cancer. the next best thing to blood is beet root juice. Drink a pint instead.