Rose Smith, Editor

February 25, 2017

     

   

           Math when applied to real life possesses a beautiful way of opening up the mind to a different way of seeing the world or the situation facing you. Bayes' Theorem provides a logical way to look at a situation and the available facts an...

February 24, 2017

      It was the spring of my senior year of high school when I received a notice to see my English teacher after class in his office. As it turned out both my soccer coach and my English teacher were waiting for me. 

       “It has occurred to us that when it...

February 22, 2017

           Growing up there was an ad campaign for a company called Hair Club for Men, and in their constantly airing commercials they showed all types of shiny, nearly miraculous transformations of sad balding men turning into hirsute James Bo...

February 21, 2017

          At around the 16th century Puritan communities in England began to name their children after virtues.  It is from this practice that we have names like Prudence, Felicity, and Hope.  I thought this was a very good idea—especially since the...

February 20, 2017

          Ever since I started reading graphic novels, I was always attracted by the idea of the anthology collection. I don’t know if this was just my frugal nature manifesting itself  in the style of book I would seek out at the used book store, b...

February 18, 2017

        Recently, in the course of my research on the impending effect of artificial intelligence on the application of the law, I needed to look up when scholars estimated the Code of Hammurabi to be written, which I was taught in school to be the oldest sur...

February 17, 2017

              I discovered the philosopher and bad boy pandit Ken Wilber around fifteen years ago. While doing research on the Baby Boomer generation I stumbled upon the book that made him famous: Boomeritis: A Novel That Will Set You Free (200...

February 17, 2017

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      One of the reasons I created Twenty-Two Twenty-eight was because I believe that in the future our period will be seen as a transition period not unlike the Middle Ages or (as it is also more bleakly known)...

February 15, 2017

        

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     When I was nineteen, I woke up blind in one eye. I was living in San Francisco and studying painting.  It was just like that: I woke up and looked around, and only one eye was re...

February 15, 2017

              Welcome to Twenty-two Twenty-eight’s blog!  May this always be a happy and safe place for everybody to land, refresh, and refuel.  Space travel (both of the interior and exterior type) is super fun but exhausting too.  It is...

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