I Will Know It When I See It

There is no greater moment of trepidation for a Playwright — or any author, really — when you’re dealing with a Director or an editor who replies — “I’ll know it when I see it” — in response to your asking for clarification on a change they want made.

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Rendition and Changes in Gene Inheritance

If DNA is hardware of a cell, can the “software” in the cell be used to cause a genetic hardware malfunction in the essence of the DNA strings?  The Baylor College of Medicine has been working on identifying the power of “cellular software flaws” and their adverse effect on the body.

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Violent Imagination Shaping Brain Reality

Does perceiving violent acts — real or imagined — change the shape of your brain and how it processes information?  The blunt — and likely unpopular — answer is, “Yes.” 

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