bad science

The edges of human tolerance to hot and cold

 A few years ago, when I was in college, I was on a volunteer trip in the North of Wisconsin and I was invited to an Ojibwe sweatlodge. I had never had an experience like that before. It was incredibly powerful, like being reborn inside a volcano. But it also tested the very limits of my heat endurance, particularly since Christian missionaries influenced the tribe enough that women have to wear thick long skirts while men go into the lodge shirtless.

Stop Mummy Abuse

It's bad enough that I'm dead

O Me Miserum: possibly the worst "paleo" book ever

Leave it to me to get distracted from Art De Vany's book and to willfully engage in behavior that makes my blood boil. But it's the Holiday season and of course people are asking me what paleo books I recommend. So this one was only five bucks at the Kindle store and I bought it despite suspicious reviews.