Don’t laugh, but I get extremely randy whenever I have a cold. Am I the only one? Why does this happen? – Mike
It seems counter-intuitive to be lookin’ for love when your body is under attack, but you are not alone. When I searched Google for phrases such as “sick and horny” I found men and women wondering why they feel frisky when they’re fighting infection.
For some reason, my publisher cut the best chapters from The User’s Guide to the Human Mind. What happened to my haggis recipes and the chapter on Bigfoot?
Actually, this essay didn’t get cut; it’s an afterthought. Think of it as a bonus chapter to an odd little book that can use all the help it can get. Continue reading
Q: Duke University conducted a study that “shows” that born again Christians have smaller brains than other protestants. I am curious to know how solid the science is. – Anonymous Continue reading
Q: Can children have bipolar disorder? If so, how are they diagnosed? –Lynn Continue reading
Q: How do you account for what seems to be a worldwide mass delusion regarding the belief in something like “global warming” despite the existence of opposing scientific views and data? –Shar Z. Continue reading
Q: What do you think about antidepressants? Should I take them? – MK Continue reading
Q: I am in a heated discussion with coworkers, here is the question. The brain looks as though it is “squished” into the head, with wrinkles and such. Is the reason it is like that as opposed to smoothed out due to the fact that it can then hold more memory? – Mike Continue reading
Q: Every once in a while I hear someone say “we only use 10% of our brain.” In the movie “The Secret,” they say we only use 5% of our brain. I don’t believe it. Where did this come from? – Secret Identity Continue reading