Arthur George Crabtree, a convicted sex offender, is wanted for failure to appear in court on allegations of child molestation and for being in violation of his parole. In March of 2012, a parole search of Crabtree's residence was conducted, during which his laptop was seized. Analysis of the computer revealed materials indicating that Crabtree was allegedly in contact with … [Read more...] about USA Most Wanted – Arthur George Crabtree
Self Portrait – Francis Bacon
Title: Self Portrait Artist: Francis Bacon Year: 1971 Medium: Oil on canvas Francis Bacon, the artist, paints provocative and disturbing images that carry a raw sense of anxiety and alienation. They reflect that existential fear, loathing and incomprehension at the atrocities of the Holocaust that came to light at the end of World War Two. Francis Bacon was was … [Read more...] about Self Portrait – Francis Bacon
Signs of Lying: What micro expressions can and can’t tell us
Excerpts taken from Dr. Paul Ekman’s scientific autobiography, “Nonverbal Messages: Cracking the Code” (p. 237-239) When is it a lie? Many of signs of lying have been identified, but are not shown by everyone. Their absence does not mean a person is truthful, but their presence, especially when there are multiple different types of signs (e.g., a fragment of a shrug … [Read more...] about Signs of Lying: What micro expressions can and can’t tell us
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The Las Vegas Shooter’s Motivations by Paul Ekman
While it’s easy to understand the horror he inflicted, truly comprehending the motivations of Stephen Paddock (the Las Vegas shooter), let alone empathizing with his outlook, is a very long reach. From news reports, it seems clear he was intent on having his actions publicly recognized. But to what end? Could it be just as simple as a thirst for attention? Timothy … [Read more...] about The Las Vegas Shooter’s Motivations by Paul Ekman