Topics in psychology presented by Futurism.
Record #05: Age // Compendium of Humanity's End
“Hello my celestial friends,” the energetic young man being represented by a low frame-rate avatar greeted, “and welcome to another episode of Cosmological Quandaries! Today, we’re going to answer the most difficult question in the galaxy... just how old is Marco Chung?”
Emissary of the Celestial Conclave
Title: "Emissary of the Celestial Conclave" In the small, unassuming town of Millville, nestled between rolling hills and shimmering lakes, life unfolded in a predictable pattern. That was until the night the sky lit up with an otherworldly glow, and an emissary from the Celestial Conclave descended upon Earth.
Record #04: Children // Compendium of Humanity's End
Schoolchildren at Tyson Kindergarten got a surprise treat when famous Quantum Ship Captain Marco Chung visited their classroom. Marco is most well known for being the oldest person in existence after having been displaced in time due to his career spent traveling the galaxy.
Celebrating the Polymath Mindset in a Connected World
As I reflect on this incredible gift, I find myself immersed in gratitude for being a person who embraces the polymath mindset—a mindset that not only values diverse knowledge but actively seeks it out, connecting seemingly unrelated disciplines to gain a richer understanding of the world.
Reclaim Your Confidence And Courage With This Gift
Numbers hold a mystical language and carry vibrations and energies to help us grasp our life's purpose. If you've stumbled upon the number 888, consider yourself blessed.
- Top Story - November 2023
I’d fallen off the wagon, again, and felt ashamed of all that I had done to hurt my family. I was just fifteen years old when I had my first rum and Coke at a Las Vegas casino. It didn’t help that my parents had a well-stocked liquor cabinet at home. That began my lifelong misery of fighting and losing, getting my AA tokens, hitting the liquor store after a meeting with money I “borrowed.” Something about the intoxication seemed to be the anchor to my soul; nothing else could match it. Addiction is a disease, and I was fully infected.
Record #03: Distance // Compendium of Humanity's End
You are mostly empty space. Oh, you may feel like you are a semi-solid, if not squishy object, but that could not be further from the truth. If you start to zoom in, you’ll see that you are made of trillions of tiny cells. But those cells are just gooey packages for various tiny organelles and even your DNA. DNA, though, is made up of long, complex sugars. Those sugars themselves actually consist of just five elements—hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and phosphorous—in various configurations.
Numerous carers may be essential to the well-being of both mothers and children, according to the hunter-gatherer approach to childcare.
A study done with modern hunter-gatherer societies suggests that infants and toddlers may be psychologically predisposed to flourish when they receive high levels of "sensitive care" and individualized attention.
"From Shadows to Stars: A Journey of Redemption"
In the heart of a city draped in shadows, where despair seemed to dance with every passing soul, Michael found himself ensnared in the suffocating grip of addiction. Once a vibrant artist with dreams that reached for the stars, he now wandered through dimly lit alleyways, his palette tainted by the monotony of substances.
Record #02: Rumor // Compendium of Humanity's End
“Hey, y’all, it’s your personal space-cadet, Beth Oh,” the young woman in a vertically oriented frame said by way of an introduction. “You know I have a new episode of the Quantum Dish podcast dropping in a couple of days—and you’ll definitely want to check that one out—but I’ve been seeing something for the past day or so that couldn’t wait. I had to comment now and set the record straight!
‘Her’: An Essential Revisit
When ‘Her’ initially released in 2013, its predictions about the future ahead may have seemed nebulous. In the year 2023, though, it’s a difficult film to watch without an unnerving awareness of the reality we’re marching into.
Record #01: Parade // Compendium of Humanity's End
“Welcome back, everyone,” said the seemingly middle-aged woman in heavy makeup and a low-cut blouse. The chyron at the bottom of the screen identified her as Veronica Dubois. To her left from the viewer’s perspective sat an even older, rounder man apparently named Jaimé Ayuda. Jaimé kept a smile plastered on his face as Veronica spoke, although it was difficult to ascertain whether he was actually listening or just waiting until it was his turn to speak.