Monthly Archives: June 2023


230 Boulders have been mapped to the Stars

My 230 boulder outdoor art installation, at the base of Varnupiai Sacred Mound (piliakalnis) has been mapped onto the heavens. Stars visible at this location, on the Summer Solstice, were mapped from horizon to horizon. […]

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Fashion show at Kazlu Ruda, Lithuania

The Plioplys Village, where my father, grandfather, and generations before them, were born and raised, is in the administrative district of the town of Kazlu Ruda. It was thus an honor to be invited to […]

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Patterns of Memory, 230 boulder installation at Varnupiai Sacred Mound (piliakalnis)

Patterns of Memory is my 230 boulder installation at the base of Varnupiai Sacred Mound (piliakalnis) in Lithuania. Early in the morning, I walked through the fog at this land art, archeo-mythologic installation. The chirping […]

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Mismanagement of the COVID pandemic

Like most everyone else, when the COVID pandemic started, I was very worried about what might happen. This concern was heightened by the secrecy and dishonesty of the Chinese government. Having had considerable experience in […]

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Autism: autoimmune hypothesis

I was actively involved in autism research several decades ago, in particular investigating the hypothesis that some autistic individuals develop their illness from an autoimmune process. My published results can be found in the Neurology […]

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World Health Organization is becoming a Stalinist organization

Recent proposed changes in the basic organizational bylaws of the World Health Organization (WHO), and the proposed Pandemic Treaty, are of utmost concern. If you look at the details (and the devil always hides in […]

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Siberia Souls at Tuskulenai Columbarium, Vilnius, Lithuania

My Siberia Souls light sculptures are on display at the Tuskulėnai Columbarium in Vilnius, Lithuania. Almost 800 people were secretly murdered and buried at this location as part of Stalin’s exterminations. Their remains were unearthed […]

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NeuroArt marathon: exhibits, Gregorian chants, fashion shows and more

A NeuroArt marathon will be taking place in Lithuania over the upcoming two weeks. You are more than welcome to attend these events. June 13 My Siberia Souls light sculptures will be shown at the […]

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