Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD
27/7/2016 · 2 min read · +100
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Dysreality: The Dysfunction of Reality

Dysreality: The Dysfunction of Reality

 / by Dr Margaret Aranda /  Inspired by @Chris Wyatt: Crazy and compelling story he reported! Read it for yourself here, as maximal impact is needed from the source, to be heeded. Get your teen and young adult drivers to read it, too....Trust...

Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD

Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD

Thank you for running a look to see if I stole this word away from someone else in the light of day! The word just popped into my head, as we use 'dys' in medicine a lot (e.g., dysfunction, dysautonomia, dystonia). I could really 'feel' that word coming in to me as such a stupid game can be costing so much to the clueless society (hey, I was clueless before writing this piece!)...so thank you, muchas gracias, and iMucho gusto, tambien! I'm runn, nooo... Buzzin' over to check out Your Buzzes, too....it's only fair in this fair-weathered Hive in which we Thrive! Greetings from Los Angeles, California!

30/7/2016
Lavrentyj Tvolt

Lavrentyj Tvolt

As you point out, it has not been used, I ran a quick search and could not find it in an article or web page, but according to http://www.dictionary.com/browse/dys- , Prefix Dys means "bad", "ill", "abnormal", "faulty". So you seem to be correct by calling it "Dysreality" as it makes our reality be faulty, seem abnormal and in a long term, make society ill. Just my point of view. Greetings from Mexico Margaret. :D

29/7/2016

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