San Francisco Bay Area folks: Donate Art, Gift Books, and other items to raise cash to promote refugee rights and self-sufficiency!

  Synchronized Chaos family in the San Francisco Bay Area: I’m currently interning as a communications fellow at Oakland’s Asylum Access (http://www.asylumaccess.org), a refugee rights organization advocating for those fleeing violence to be able to leave camps, seek work and start businesses. We currently operate within Thailand, Tanzania and Ecuador and will open two new […]

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Free show tickets available for the Synch Chaos family – storytelling in San Francisco

Producer and publicist Bruce Pachtman has made these available for our community – review if you like, or just attend the show! Interesting experience. Solo Sundays Sunday, April 28 -7pm Stage Werx Theatre 446 Valencia (nr. 16th) SF Solo Sundays: Hilarious, Heartbreaking & Provocative Solo Performances Solo Sundays, S.F.’s premier monthly showcase, presents select samplings […]

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Synchronized Chaos April 2013: Looking Deeper

Welcome to April’s issue of Synchronized Chaos International Magazine! We wish you a lovely Earth Day, and an energizing spring or fall, depending on where you are. This month’s submissions encourage us to go beyond just absorbing the information and entertainment we see and hear, and to explore and analyze it in more detail. This […]

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Whose Brain Is It? A monthly neuroscience column from Leena Prasad

WhoseBrainIsIt.com         Presented within the flow of the lives of real people and fictional characters, this is a monthly exploration of how some parts of the brain work. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~   Fishing for IQ Topic: Food Region: All brain regions Fiona is getting a craving for fish. She thinks about how her mother […]

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Randle Aubrey’s interview with radio host Dacia Mitchell, part 2

The Slinger Of Facts. Secretary Of State Of Blackness. Dacia Mitchell is the new co-host of This Week In Blackness Radio, a Brooklyn, New York-based podcast focusing on issues of race, class, politics, and culture. As a doctoral student participating in NYU’s American Studies program, Dacia is currently working on her dissertation, “Is A Laugh […]

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Dr. David Lindberg on meteorite impacts’ possible role in mass extinctions throughout Earth’s geologic history

“To knock a limpet from the rock does not even require cunning.” – Charles Darwin   This quote gently mocks the scientific interests of researchers such as Dr. David Lindberg, of UC Berkeley’s Center for Computational Biology. And his mid-February talk at Chabot, on evolutionary biology, meteorites, and extinction patterns, included several of these snippets […]

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