Discussion in 'About the Members' started by Seattle, Aug 19, 2018.
River, what did you do today (outside of anything internet related)? Just curious?
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Read a book
What are some of your hobbies? What country do you live in? I live in the U.S. (I hike, play guitar, read).
Canada , read
Right now , hard for me to do physical things , my body is in healing mode . Chiropractic
Sorry to hear that. What does chiropractic mean? You have to go to a chiropractor frequently? Are you not able to work?
That explains a lot.
You need time to heal body and mind alike.
I can drive and make sound decisions . Make no mistake I know what I'm saying . Wether you like it or not .
Are you of retirement age? Were you in an auto accident? What is your education level? I have a MBA for instance but most of the science I've learned has been since my school days. I'm just curious to understand more about your situation.
Chiropractic means adjusting your spine . So far three days a week . For now .
I don't work . My shoulder is strained as well . I'm 61 . I am tired of being weak .
Self taught . I , I think , fell through the cracks of life . As many have .
Makes life a tough go . But you know that's the way it goes .
I have over 500 hundred books .
Is this as a result of something that has happened recently? Your physical situation I mean.
I think most intelligent people continue learning so formal education doesn't have to be a limiting factor, I agree.
That is the hard part , when did this all start ?
It was back in my teens I think . It makes sense . When I think about it .
Wow, that was a long time ago. Were you ever able to work?
Sometimes I think that the lack of formal education was a good thing . It allowed me to question ideas that are held fast by the mainstream .
But I would have liked to have been a Neurologist , for the challenge of the puzzle of understanding neurological diseases and an Architect for creativity .
I have always worked from my early teens
It's just that the culmination of time makes injuries more obvious .
Most architects are either out of work, barely self-employed or designing the city humane society kennels or something similar.
A neuroscientist would be interesting.
It's good to question science but it's best to understand it first, IMO.
I get that. I'm roughly the same age. I'm certainly more beat up now than when I was younger. I'm afraid to stop moving or I might not be able to one day. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
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I would design custom homes
Neuroscience is very interesting .
But my interests are every where
I understand most science , I have been doing this for many yrs .
Are you retired now? What other subjects are you reading about?
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