Tourism brings money. Money is good, so people can buy something. Whatever. Bananas. Coffee. Strawberries for Christmas. Green asparagus at any time of the year. Money means something. Everyone should have access to sufficient amounts of money. To aromatic strawberries, […]
They’re probably as typical of Japan as sushi. And like sushi, Japanese manga have long since found their way to Europe and America.
When I became a cyborg more than twenty years ago after my sudden, complete deafness, the term was not yet known to me. Only years later was I confronted with this in a book by another person from the USA […]
It’s called because when the transfusions started, the children were seen to stop bleeding.
When I think back today, I’m still not entirely sure which devil had ridden me back then.
Since this year the visitors of the fishing village Greetsiel can enjoy a costume guided tour that catapults them through history.
Abby’s date isn’t developing exactly how she wanted it to. The guy looks good, he’s ready for anything… but he won’t stop masturbating.
Foresight has always preoccupied us. Our thinking ahead invariably implies a life full of “simplifications”. Admittedly, we would like to give up more and more responsibility. Driving a car without thinking – buying food and exercising without running.
Published in 1818, Mary W. Shelley actually created her “Frankenstein” as early as 1816. On Lake Geneva, where she spent the summer together with her lover and Lord Byron in a year that went down in history as a “year […]
Midlife crisis. To strip off the old ego – to leave behind the routine and to return as another – a new human being: More sensitive. More understanding. Calmer and more relaxed. More concentrated. Insightful. If possible without medication and […]
Wikipedia defines transhumanism as a way of thinking “that seeks to expand the limits of human possibilities, whether intellectual, physical or psychological, through the use of technological processes.” There is an enormous range in this vague definition.
If airport walls could talk about so many things, they would, for example, talk about the mixed feelings at farewell moments with friends or family, when part of your heart stays with them and the other part opens up to […]
Many still remember the space shuttles launched by NASA. They shuttles are history now, but also a rocket launch gives spectacular pictures.
Our PonderingTime artist Bernhard Schlafke has challenged his friend Thomas Kalscheid to an unusual battle. It’s called picture, or photography.
Life is a conscious decomposition of man and his body. Breathing, seeing, feeling and storing events and circumstances in what we call memory, from the biological point of view, which claims that life is the gift of being born, growing, […]
when I get on a plane, the seat I’m sitting on is my home. Home is where I am…