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An eclectic thinker and word tinkerer, Jahooty is interested in the Big History lessons out there. Here is a hubber with a PhD in Postmodern Narratives, meaning he investigates whether any project or story or relationship or assortment of atoms is ever really present or progressive or finished. He appreciates complexity. The Baghdad Road is a metaphor, a fascination/obsession with "the other", a meeting of two worlds, the culmination of centuries of dreaming. Really, says Jahooty, we are all post-colonial, though it is true too many of us are stateless. Jahooty hopes to open your eyes to the power of Big History so that our mortal coil can be shocked and awed by a New Myth of our Incandescent Self-Creation.
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