“When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign, that the dunces are all in confederacy against him.” — Jonathan Swift Maybe it was true at his time (Jonathan Swift [1667-1745]) that in the … Continue reading
This web page is a psychological analysis why communication on dating websites often ends frustrating. As can be learned from relevant websites and print publications, frustration is common on both sides. It happens with man and women. Reasons are complex … Continue reading
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It was a bright day with excellent weather conditions to observe a solar eclipse. I had the chance to join the observation at the most prestigious place in Germany for astronomical observations, the Max Planck Institute of Astronomy in Heidelberg. … Continue reading
In each and every exhibition there is one exhibit or one booth that fascinates you most. You cannot see them all. You are not a catalog. You are not meant to become a dictionary. You are much more than that. … Continue reading
Slamming the door is just one bit of information. Contemporary life requires much more information exchange.
Living without a family is like living without a skin.
The more stupid a person the more likely he/she will call other people stupid. For the ignorant, it is the greatest pleasure to call the other—the more intelligent in particular—stupid. Unfortunately or not, in Western societies the stupid become more … Continue reading
In a word so cruel, one has always to question whether ones life or death is more useful to the most powerful in this world.