Author Archives: Ryan Cleary

Beyond Our Comprehension

We may be the most intelligent life forms on our planet, but when you really want to put our lives into perspective, as shown in NYC’s Hayden Planetarium, we are but the width of a hair in the spectrum of … Continue reading

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The Basis for Intrapersonal Reflection

As many of us have feared as kids, night time has conjured images of scary monsters, weird creatures, and unknown beings, lurking around, waiting to attack us. We would keep a nightlight around to ward off these demons, have our … Continue reading

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Why We Love to Hold Coffee With Two Hands

Consistently through this interstice on heat and cold, I kept thinking about how temperature affects us psychologically. Personally, I’m not entirely sure if this has to actually do with the fact that I was born in the beginning of February, … Continue reading

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