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Moving away from Anthropocentrism

Humans, although we see ourselves as pioneers and brilliant explorers and imaginative geniuses are still quite new to the world. Despite our journey into the far reaches of technological advances and new frontiers we still have not recognized the beauty and ingenuity of the parts of the smaller parts of our world, the ones we rely on most, ecosystems. 860 more words

Environmental Ethics

Spinoza's Question

Robert Lanza asks Spinoza’s question: when the body has succumbed to brain death–heat death–what of the mind?

Dr. Robert Lanza is currently Chief Scientific Officer at Advanced Cell Technology and a professor at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.

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Physics

Awareness and Biocosmology

On the large-scale–planets, solar systems, black holes, and galaxies–we treat complicated, living systems as nonliving ones for relativistic approximations. From this view, the universe isn’t obviously alive. 247 more words

Biocosmology

The Intergalactic Double Slit Experiment

The histories of the universe depend on what is being measured, contrary to the usual idea that the universe has an objective observer-independent history.
Stephen Hawking…

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Physics

Biocentrism

The human mind cannot be absolutely destroyed with the body, but something of it remains which is eternal.
Spinoza, Ethics

Why are the fundamental constants as they are?

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Physics

Take Action NOW ! A Quick Guide to Being Happy

    Too many times, I’ve seen people getting older, complaining about the dreams of their youth, that have now become shattered dreams. I always see people complaining about a girl, like this is the girl of their dreams, but they’re not gonna talk to her because she is obviously not interested, because they’re afraid to be rejected etc. 565 more words

Lifestyle