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NOT the Queen's speech

Greetings gentle dudes,

After great difficulty deciding what to leave out, and great pleasure compiling what's been put in, our final tutorial (18) has emerged from its space of the possible.

The completion of our set of tutorials marks another step in our path towards ever greater comprehension of reality via biological psychology - the connections between our world, our minds, our behavior and our quality of life.

NHA has the largest collection of open source biopsychology information in a non-technical plain-language format online today. From hereon in, it can only get better. Tutorials will be updated to continue to reflect new discoveries, correct inaccuracies in light of new data, and include the latest available information as time goes by. We hope to contribute a series of updates on research in key areas during the next year.

Here and now, Winter is upon those of us in the Northern hemisphere, and all around, the creatures are stocking up resources and snuggling down somewhere warm and dry. The squirrel family in the woods out back are gathering the last of our fruit and running around robbing neighbors' bird tables for their stores; the trees are getting naked; the cat family is looking very hairy and putting on weight for the winter; plants are closing down into hibernation, dormice snooze in hollows with their hazelnut snacks (and yes, they really do snore). The ground is red, orange and yellow; a mass of fallen leaves, speckled with the white of first frost in the mornings. Migratory birds have migrated. Hedgehogs snooze.

For us it's feedback time, when we sit back and consider what we have achieved that we set out to accomplish in 2016, which ideas/projects/relationships worked out well and which didn't, what mistakes we have learned from, what we have learned, and which resources are to be most useful in our forthcoming projects for 2017.

So it feels fairly congruous right now to be snuggling down with a big pile of research and some cocoa, which is the starting point for composing the follow-up to ICMM.

The usual issue comes along with composing book # 2 – what to leave out. Research is still proceeding at breakneck speed and there is literally something new every week. We would welcome at this stage any feedback from those who are doing/have done the tutorials, with regard to what are the most difficult issues to understand, as it appears these would be the most expedient content for book # 2. Feel free to post suggestions here! But please let them come from your own mind.*

Winter Solstice is not far away and for those who give gifts in the holiday season this is a good opportunity to be creative -see if you can find gifts that are good for the mind, good for the body, and good for the environment. There's a fun challenge for all of us.
Wishing y'all a Happy whatever you celebrate, and a successful new year.
Altogether now:
Party on dudes!
Best,
AR
Homeworld UK 2017

*(ie not from mainstream press or somebody else's ideas on youtube).


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