Universe Within makes the case that the human brain is a physical model of the universe because of structural and dynamical similarities shared between the two systems based on the pictures emerging out of neuroscience and physics, respectively. The relationship between the human brain and the universe revealed by Melvin A. Felton, Jr. might be the missing principle that leads to the theory-of-everything.
A collection of “modern idioms”, phrases that are now a part of our vocabulary at large. No flash in the pan? Modern idioms are all around us, if only we know where to look.
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Understanding where science can take us when viewed without the lens of materialism.
Preposterous as it sounds, we are not who we seem to be. Not even close. At the heart of this misperception is our deep-seated conviction of free choice. Based on emerging neurobehavioral science findings, The Deceptive Brain makes the case for human experience as a narrative illusion—an executive summary of sorts—that emerges from an incredibly complex brain.
Universalism sees everything in relation to the oneness of the universe, the One...
What’s your moment to push you toward sustainability?
Journey to 8 states, 3 national parks and 3 countries to experience the life-changing education that led Trent A. Romer to finding sustainability for his plastic bag manufacturing business and himself.
Discover leadership secrets and technology strategies being pioneered by today’s most innovative business executives and renowned brands across the globe.
What is reality? Is there more than what we know from our five senses? Visionary scientists believe there is more and are formulating a non-materialist paradigm that they believe expands human potential.
New book, Beyond Us, reveals what most of us can’t see. It confronts us with unpleasant truths about ourselves, the acknowledgement of which is imperative if we are to heal and improve our lives
Listen to your starving ancestors for clues to a solution.