Prince’s First Music Teacher: ‘He Was at the Band Room Door at 8 a.m. Sharp Every Day Waiting to Be Let In’

Posted on April 28th, 2016
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Prince’s First Music Teacher: ‘He Was at the Band Room Door at 8 a.m. Sharp Every Day Waiting to Be Let In’ https://www.people.com/article/prince-jimmy-hamilton-music-teacher  

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Eschatology: What If We Could Manufacture Immortality?

Posted on November 24th, 2015
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WHY CAN’T HUMANS BE IMMORTAL? There are some animals that don’t show signs of aging.  These animals don’t have a decline in functionality nor do they lack virility.  This characteristic is called “negligible senescence (or negligible aging)” and is seen in the Rougheye rockfish (which can live up to 205 years), the Ocean Quahog clam (405 […]

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TEDx Talk Video: “Embracing Death”

Posted on September 18th, 2015
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“The North American leap from a culture of healthy death acceptance to a culture of death denial has been no leap at all. It’s been a journey of small steps. And this journey has, in part, been enabled by both the professionalization of death and the funeral industry. In this talk, I explore options that […]

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