Monthly Archive for April, 2012

Alzheimer’s Prevention

We all have aging parents and/or relatives. Just the thought of Alzheimer’s affecting them can be quite traumatic. “The idea that Alzheimer’s is entirely genetic and unpreventable is perhaps the greatest misconception about the disease,” says Gary Small, M.D., director of the UCLA Center on Aging. Researchers now know that Alzheimer’s, like heart disease and […]

Antimimeticisomorphism: One Media Player Per Teacher

Andrew Powell of Montreal, Canada sent me the video below. It’s such a good example of antimimeticisomorphism that I had to share it with you. For me, what I found astonishing is how I never would have thought it would be valuable to have such a limited ‘tool’ – until I realised the immense power […]