Is it a metaphor to think about the future? What is the future? Is it Future? It is what it is. My head hurt last night. Applied for Starbucks and Uber. My mom shot down the Uber idea. I signed up for Udacity Machine Learning Nanodegree. I found a therapist and went to Grady. I feel good now. Did not sleep last night, started to stop using caffeine. Trap music. Came a long way from the metro. Came a long way from California. I am tired. Started using ginger.io online coaching. I am so exhausted. Started using Calm meditation app. My iPhone is my therapy phone. My Samsung phone and watch is the data recorder. Heart rate variability is a goal. I need a HRV chest strap. I am so happy now. I feel hopeful.
Poet: Data, Climate Change, the West, and the Islamic World
Dr. Kaya Erbil
I make money any way I can to finish a book of poetry on climate change, the West, and the Islamic World. Been working on this book for eight years. Features a raw and gritty personal story of mental illness. The book explores themes around religion, and tries to place a framework around the current War on Terror/global Islamic fundamentalist jihad. Relates technology and weapons of war to their basic scientific origin, digging deeper to find their mythological sources. Ending with a 500 year time travel journey to illuminate the public on the Islamic origin of Copernicus’s discovery, Arabic language semantics are explored to ask why the West gained a 500 year dominance. Back to 2018, faced with the existential dilemma of climate changed induced geopolitical apocalypse I will compare Islamic finance to Western capitalism and prove it to be superior as a framework for modern ecological economic. All these poems point back to the fight between Ishmael and Isaac. They both will realize that perhaps Ruth or Mary were the ones we should have written more about…