Feelings and emotions
Dear Human... You Are Nothing
"A curious aspect of the theory of evolution," said Jacques Monod, "is that everybody thinks he understands it." A human being, looking at the natural world, sees a thousand times purpose. A rabbit's legs, built and articulated for running; a fox's jaws, built and articulated for tearing. But what you see is not exactly what is there... An Alien God
Why can't viruses be treated? - Yahoo! Answers
God particle: The Large Hadron Collider
Physicist Stephen Hawking denounced for believing... : Science & Technology ...for believing human beings are biological robots with no consciousness or free willhttp://www.naturalnews.com/032416_Stephen_Hawking_consciousness.html Behind every madman, there is a distorted philosophy that denies people their humanity, says Mike Adams, creator of the new mini-documentary "The God Within," available now on NaturalNews.TV. This documentary deconstructs the core philosophies underpinning modern scientific thinking, unveiling the frightening fact that most modern scientists do not believe human beings have free will, a soul, or even anything resembling consciousness. Hawking: Godless, mindless, soulless and hopelessIn "The God Within," Adams takes aim at famed physicist Stephen Hawking, author of the book "The Grand Design." In that book, Hawking claims that human beings are merely "biological machines" with no consciousness, no souls, no spirit, no mind and nothing but a collection of organized chemicals that run physical brains in a deterministic machine-like way.
Why do people always use circular logic when they defend the Bible Not really! it is straight to the point! It is a total waste of time for any man/woman of science to engage in a rational dialogue with any religious people, especially Christians! The Muslims lost any momentum they had hundreds of years ago!
Baruch de Spinoza's 'Nature and God' Explained, with Will Durant
This serial ran from January 15th to February 26th 2009, in six parts. Originally written as a throwaway Focus essay, it rapidly became apparent that it would work better as a serial. The purpose of the exercise was to identify specific stories that have been used to present various evolutionary theories in the popular media of the last 150 years. Most of these stories are metaphysical in nature, and for each such "myth", an alternative spin is offered to show that while science is in principle neutral, the way it is presented is rarely free of bias. Each of the parts ends with a link to the next one, so to read the entire serial, simply click on part one, below, and then follow the "next" links to read on. Here are the six parts: Myths of Evolution
3D Human Anatomy
The question is not about OUR existence. It doesn't take an immortal to uncover that answer. An immortal would be interested in the point of "existence as existence," and since the question doesn't say "man's existence" I can say it doesn't take an immortal to figure this one out, either: "Existence is a self-sufficient primary. It is not a product of a supernatural dimension, or of anything else. What is the point of existence
Many Worlds and Infinite Universes by Len Hart I was asked: how can an infinite universe be created? In response, I thought of yet another question: what is a "creator" if not a part of whatever universe is created?
DR. QUANTUM - EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED
Science & the Sacred
Big Fat Quotes "Consciousness"
Sorry for the long absence! I've been exploring the concept of "simulated suffering", whereby you intentionally choose an action which causes you some suffering, in the hopes of learning/growing from the experience. We do this all the time of course, but there are degrees. And it's the degrees - and the intention - which matters. Consider running, or jogging. I'd put that squarely into a "simulated suffering" category. November 2010
Airplane passengers flying near thunderstorms could be exposed to dangerously high levels of radiation in the form of terrestrial gamma ray flashes, scientists say. In space gamma rays—the most energetic forms of light—are created by violent events, such as supernovae, and powerful objects, such as neutron stars. March 2010
Abraham Hicks - Train your expectations
Existential Therapy | Novice Counselor's blog
Are We Ourselves? If the theoretical possibility exists that a simulated universe could be created, then how do we know that it hasn't already been created... by ourselves? In other words, are we the God that we have always imagined - the ultimate programmer? Am I Paul Kimball... or am I someone future person's version of Paul Kimball, a history project by a super-advanced civilization, like a very, very advanced version of The Sims? The thought occurred to me as I was walking through a cemetery this morning - wouldn't it be interesting to know how these people lived their lives? Who was this man, and who was that woman?
Understanding Economics - Lesson One: The Basics of Human Action (Part 1/5 Ends & Means)
The 5 Biggest Exercise Myths Quick! Let’s free associate. Complete this sentence: Did you answer 3 and 10? Of course you did. It’s the Pavlovian response.
How the World Works
or copyright 1982 The Anstendig Institute We are vibrating bodies living in an environment, every part of which is vibrating. Even those things which seem to be still are vibrating. The Body As Machine
Curious: Decisions, Decisions
This section under major construction. One of the crowning scientific achievements of the 20th century was formalizing the notion of computation. In this section we address the fundamental question of what is computable in this Universe. Surprising revelation of 20th century is that a general purpose computer is capable of performing any computation that any other computer can. Perhaps the most important idea in all of computer science. Universality
How Sound Travels"
Are humans wired to survive?"
Neural network nature, Complex networks, cosmic evolution, fractal hierarchy, memory, learning, intelligence, Power laws, pareto distributions and Zipf's law, longtailed distributions, fat-tailed distributions, parabolic fractal distribution, scalefree ne
Your Brain as a Neural Network