May 27, 2009

Anatomy is not destiny!

And that's why I kind of like my fully-loaded testosterone persona.

Every silkworm has a history.

Unfortunately metamorphosis has the annoying property of erase the first half.

Nooreddin Zarrinkelk

May 22, 2009

A lazy thought in modern days:

An uncritical Copy-Past of digital information in a semi-public virtual space. Let the professionals do the jokes.

Hyde it!

Self-inflicted Psychoengineering was always a popular field of research.

Mervyn Peake illustration of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

May 21, 2009

First Lucy, now Ida...

What is it about young primate girls that fossilizes so well?

The following preconceptions that you might experience seeing this picture are correct:

Early 70's. Some random evolutionary scientist. Effect of hallucinogens. Biology handbook.

May 20, 2009


The proof that even with a lousy CV one can still find a way through. Even if that means being a dick.

Sexual Education, 19th century japonese style.

I speak for myself, but bunrakus and relatives are way down in my uncanny valley.

An animal named after a sin can only be an interesting one.

And they sometimes remain hanging from branches after death.

Ellen Raskin, 1968

The Sense and the Act:

Our two disproportional selfs laying down in the surface of our brain.

May 14, 2009

Animals. Kicking ass since the Precambrian.

Exploitation pays.

May 13, 2009

Adolescence... is all about playing the game without yet knowing the rules.

May 12, 2009

Last night I had an enteric dream.

Curiously was all about food.

Sci-fi nerds invade neuroscience.

Because the best way to understand the brain is to make it look like a utopic-ultra-futuristic extra-planetary spaceship station.

May 11, 2009

Sometimes complexity is simply adding things up...

How many more hangers until it turns self-aware?

May 2, 2009

History is written by the winner...

...not by the first.