Viktor Frankl the last great philosopher psychiatrist


Dr. Viktor E. Frankl of Vienna, Psychiatrist of the Search for Meaning, Dies at 92 By HOLCOMB B. NOBLE Published: September 4, 1997 Viktor E. Frankl, sed his experiences as a prisoner in German concentration camps in World War II to write ”Man’s Search for Meaning,” died at 92.  He was considered to be one of the last of the great Viennese psychiatrists. The standard … Continue reading Viktor Frankl the last great philosopher psychiatrist

#101 Dr. Alexis Carrel & the Dakin Solution


Before Dr. Alexander Fleming invented penicillin, Dr. Carrel developed the Dakin Solution, a type of hypochlorite solution made from bleach that is diluted and then treated to decrease skin irritation. Chlorine, the active ingredient in Dakin’s solution, is a potent antiseptic that kills most forms of bacteria and viruses. This simple solution saved many men in World War I and is still used when people … Continue reading #101 Dr. Alexis Carrel & the Dakin Solution

Astronomically: The Week of April 2nd 2017


Our featured picture is of the Argentinian Southern Sky thanks to Leonardo Julio who caught this silhouette of Lynds’ Dark Nebula (LDN) 1622.  This weeks highlights are: Sunday April 2, 2017 Mercury trine North Node 00:15AM EDT, Mercury opposes Apollon 4:53AM EDT, Pluto trine Ceres 2:29PM EDT, Venus enters Pisces 8:24PM EDT Monday April 3, 2017 Mercury parallel Ceres 11:21AM EDT sun square Astraea 9:27PM … Continue reading Astronomically: The Week of April 2nd 2017

The Lion Roars: Michael Francis Moore


  Michael Moore’s chart in the Equal House method Biograph Michael Moore was born April 23, 1953 in Flint, Michigan.  We have rectified his birth time to  12:41 PM (or a quarter to 1 in the afternoon).   He is infamous for his movie, Roger and Me, where he  cuts between his childhood and Roger, then the GM CEO, highlighting their dissimilarities.  From that small independent … Continue reading The Lion Roars: Michael Francis Moore