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- Trump has Changed the way Evangelical Christians Think About the Apocalypse
- Man and dog: Ancient genetics study reveals complex history
- How to Talk About Mental Illness in a New Relationship
- C. Paul Carter Photography – New Limited Print Available
- Lac St. Louis – A Lake of Many Moods
- Could Happy Endings Mess Up Your Brain’s Decision-Making?
- Walks in the Woods
- Scenes of Newfoundland!
- From the 35mm Vault
- Can Democracy Survive dualling Realities?
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Author Archives: cPaul
Thomas Lecaque | Published in Greenwich Time In Emily St. John Mandel’s novel “Station Eleven,” survivors of an apocalyptic pandemic do their best to rebuild their lives in northern Michigan. Some of them build an apocalyptic cult premised on the … Continue reading
Much of the diversity seen in modern dog populations was already present around the time the last Ice Age had ended 11,000 years ago, a global study of ancient DNA revealed Thursday. The paper, published in Science, showed how our … Continue reading
Elizabeth Yuko | Lifehacker Dating can be tricky for anyone, but for those living with mental illness things can get a little more complicated. Putting aside how having an anxiety disorder makes the whole process much harder—you’re deliberately introducing new … Continue reading
New limited print: “If Wishes Were Fishes” “In the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic, we should probably endeavor to seek out light wherever it exists — even if it is on the darker side. Light is light! – cPaul
To have had a season in the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic was a respite for those of us folks who are fortunate (or foolish) enough to enjoy spending our time near boats and sailors. My partner and I are … Continue reading
Tiziana Celine | The Science Times Humans are hard-wired to prefer memories with a ‘happy ending.’ However, the effects of past decision-making experience can have an impact on the next decisions. Research suggests that our best interests depend on decisions … Continue reading
Some recent photos taken, and one from 25 years ago (guess which one!). https://pcarter5b14.myportfolio.com/prints
Fence at Cape Bonavista, Newfoundland.Shot digital – October 2017
Various Newfoundland shots from early ’90s. Re-prints of these are available through my Adobe Portfolio site: https://pcarter5b14.myportfolio.com/prints Re-prints of these are available through my Adobe Portfolio site: https://pcarter5b14.myportfolio.com/prints
I’ve recently read a chapter from “Reality Lost: Markets of Attention, Misinformation, and Manipulation”, by Mads Vestergaard and Vincent F. Hendricks (2018) in which they explore the phenomenon of constant (and dissonant) disinformation on the population’s shared reality. Can democracy … Continue reading
I’ve recently read a chapter from “Reality Lost: Markets of Attention, Misinformation and Manipulation”, by Mads Vestergaard and Vincent F. Hendricks (2018) in which they explore the phenomenon of constant (and dissonant) disinformation on the population’s shared reality. Can democracy … Continue reading
Amid America’s golden age of cheese, there are hundreds of varieties of fine fromages handcrafted by more than 900 artisan and specialty cheesemakers in the US. Let’s be clear: this article is not about those fine artisanal cheeses. No, this … Continue reading
Here are more images captured at various times and places throughout Newfoundland. These, and many more are available as fine-photography re-prints via my Adobe Portfolio site: https://pcarter5b14.myportfolio.com/prints