Entrainment

    The image of these tractor tires calls to mind the word “entrainment” because they are essential components of vehicles designed to pull and plow. According to several dictionaries, to “entrain” is to pull, drag or draw along. Because the word describes a process, social scientists apply the word “entrainment” to a variety of topics. […]

Our Story Is A Birth

  Religion aside, about two-thousand years ago a radical idea was born, presaged by a star that guided wise men to a cave in Bethlehem. “Love they neighbor” is a simple admonition, admired by many but so challenging that, after all these years, humanity is still having trouble putting it into practice. As with physical […]

Seeing And Interpreting

  In a previous blog I noted that it’s the brain that sees, not the eyes which send data via electrical impulses to the brain where they are interpreted to make seeing instantaneously possible. The image above, taken with a zoom lens, reveals something about perception—beyond merely seeing. In an instant the eye/brain/nervous system have […]

Entrainment

    The image of these tractor tires calls to mind the word “entrainment” because they are essential components of  vehicles designed to pull and plow. According to several dictionaries, to “entrain” is to pull, drag or draw along. Because the word describes a process, social scientists apply it to a variety of topics. Writing in […]