The Evolution of a Narcissist. How Much is Too Much?
We’re all born to adore ourselves, but not all of us grow up
I was once a sociopath. I didn’t know it, and wouldn’t have cared much even if I had. It’s hard to say exactly when I crossed the line from incivility into social savagery, but it was probably the day I tried to clobber a strange man on the head with a boat.
In fairness, the boat was a toy (though it was a big one, made of heavy plastic). And in fairness too, I was only 4 years old. Still, I had a clear idea of the crime I wanted to commit, and I set about carrying it out with quiet deliberateness. The man was a stranger. He had come to our house to pick up a babysitter and was … This appears in the September 1, 2014 issue of TIME. *******************************
Not everyone wants to be in the driver’s seat when it comes to experiencing extreme action: — in fact, most people prefer to do it remotely. But with today’s ultra-small wearable cameras and high-def resolutions, the less outdoorsy among us can experience a bit of the rush without any of the broken limbs. The action camera tech we now use is the product of decades of experimentation by fearless filmmakers and adrenaline junkies alike. Join us in the gallery below as we explore the emergence of the action camera from its clunky early days to today’s go-anywhere POV devices.
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NEW MIAMI MUSEUM TO FEATURE HEALTH GALLERY IN RESPONSE TO EBOLA CRISIS:
Earlier Tuesday, President Barack Obama met with Dr. Brantly (Ebola surviver) and his wife, Amber, in the Oval Office to announce more efforts by the U.S. to lead a global battle against the spread of the deadly virus.
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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — When the new Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science being built in downtown Miami opens in 2016 it will have a special gallery which will focus on health.
Baptist Health South Florida is giving the museum $5 million for health and wellness programs. Some of thefunding also will pay for transportation for Miami-Dade County public school students to visit the museum.
Museum President and CEO Gillian Thomas says the Baptist Health People & Science Gallery will teach people “how to make better choices for a healthy life.”
Officials say the gallery will allow visitors to use technology to explore different lifestyle choices. It will include zones highlighting the psychology of eating, meditation techniques, body language, brain functions and technology for prosthetics and surgery.
Earlier Tuesday, President Barack Obama met with Dr. Brantly and his wife, Amber, in the Oval Office.
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