Category Archives: Psychology

A Personal Reminiscence of My Wife

By David L. Brown This is a personal note for today, which is a special day in my life. If my wife Patricia still lived, this would have been our 50th wedding anniversary. Sadly, she passed away June 21, 2011. … Continue reading

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Those Strange Climate Change Deniers

By David L. Brown Global warming/climate change deniers are strange fellows indeed. Despite the overwhelming evidence that human-caused global warming is real and may seriously harm our planet, they continue to raise doubts. One of their arguments is that most … Continue reading

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Don’t Confuse Me With the Facts!

By David L. Brown That headline may sound like a joke, but it often seems to be exactly the reaction many people have when faced with facts that may threaten their preconceived notions about how things work. A recent article … Continue reading

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