Monthly Archives: May 2013

Lawrence of Arabia and the Rebirth of Insurgent Wars

            PROFILED BY AGAVE PUBLISHERS LLC General David  Petraeus and his biographer Paula Broadwell in July, 2011. Photo from Wikipedia, May, 2013 Listen little Elia: draw your chair up close to the edge of the precipice and I’ll … Continue reading

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An Insider’s View of the Machiavellian Mind

      Profile by AGAVE PUBLISHERS LLC   I will take you on a shorthand discussion in successive blogs of the Machiavellian personality T.E. Lawrence, which shows that Lawrence introduced important insurgency strategies to disrupt the military strength of … Continue reading

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Casino Odds May Explain the Evolution of Psychopathy

AGAVE PUBLISHERS LLC    Del Thiessen, Editor SOMETIMES THINGS ARE JUST NOT WHAT THEY SEEM Genetically adaptive, psychopathy is an extreme form of human behavior, neither warped nor disordered, just infrequent and enigmatic, looking like a possible throw-back to an earlier … Continue reading

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Psychopathy, The Genetic Lamp of Survival

       AGAVE PUBLISHERS LLC THE UNIVERSAL MESSAGE           Again, I stress that we are an evolved species with traits that permitted life and reproduction among the string of ancestors leading us to coffee and scones at Starbuck’s. The strong and … Continue reading

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Extinct Homo floresiensis Small Size, Large Punch

  AGAVE PUBLISHERS LLC In last week’s blog I speculated that early human Neandertal shared several traits that we see in psychopathic modern humans: it was agile, mesomorphic, aggressive, risk taker, probably dependent heavily on quick processing of critical information … Continue reading

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