Category: Paradigm shift
My stroke of Insight: Connecting to the One!
An awesome talk by a neurologist who had a stroke. Look at it here. Random thoughts… Left brain: The “I”. Serial processor Leans – Thinks linearly and methodically. It is about the past and the future. Take the collage of the present moment and think about details, categorize, associate the past, project into the future. […]
TED, atheists, censorship…
TED is supposed to be a platform to facilitate the organization of talks about interesting subjects by interesting people. But when Sheldrake decided to talk about 10 dogmas of modern science (one of which is related to non-localized consciousness, which, according to the speaker, can exist outside of our brain) and when Hancock decided to talk about consciousness, dreams and psychedelia then […]
DIVISION BY ZERO (1/0 = One)
A number cannot be divided by zero. This is what mathematics today claim. But think again. Some years ago, it was not possible to have a number whose square results in a negative number. But then… we thought… why not? And now we have imaginary numbers with tons of applications. Zero is a useful tool […]
Newspapers, predictions, holistic science.
Researchers have developed software which could predict future events such as disease outbreak. The prototype software uses a combination of archive material from the New York Times and data from other websites, including Wikipedia.  This is a truly innovative work. Finding a way to process all the data existing – and especially “not easily classified […]
Cancer – The chance for a paradigm shift in medicine?
Four different articles. Four different stories. They all show the same thing. Our understanding of cancer has something very very wrong. The very basis of our beliefs must be misplaced. But let us take a closer look… Story 1: Stamatis was diagnosed with lung cancer in the 1960s, given nine months of life. He returned […]
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