For whom the bell tolls?
I saw a posting on Facebook where someone suggested that what most people regret on their deathbeds is what they didn’t do. 950 more words
It has long been clear quantum mechanics (QM) effects are basic in life. This was something I have taken for granted from what I learned starting in pre-med about cellular biology, though research bears this out in many new and interesting ways. 502 more words
Biocentrism purports to outline a new scientific hypothesis strongly suggested by both the results and the blind alleys of current science. According to this theory, life and consciousness must be understood as not being merely emergent phenomena in a universe built of physics, but something fundamental that the physical universe depends on. 1,212 more words
The Legend of Tarzan released at the perfect time in our current political environment.
The local African tribe represents the innocent-selfish way we disrespect nature. The tribe required young men to hunt a big animal as a rite of passage to manhood, which killed Tarzan’s ape-mom. 420 more words
From the book “ A Beautiful Question” by Nobel Prize winner for physics Frank Wiczek:
“The human mind is our ultimate sense organ.” p. 159… 1,527 more words
Anthropocentrism is an argument that justifies mankind’s domination over nature by viewing the earth as a server to the flourishing of the human species. All of nature’s creations are valued based on their utility for us. 693 more words
I recently blogged about how physicist Michio Kaku has developed a scientific theory that points to the existence of God – based primarily on String Theory. 540 more words