Category Archives: Science

Science: Light along the Path

Short and sweet. Enjoy it and pass it on, and join me in the upcoming online five-week course.

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Summer reading before summer ends

Math and the Mona Lisa begins as a comparison of the ways of art and science, written with turn-of-a-phrase prose that describes the unity of these two (modernly) divorced disciplines. The author then turns his sights onto Leonardo DaVinci in … Continue reading

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Are you ready?

When will the standard model release humanity from its erroneous theories and ad hoc interpretations? This presentation by Wal Thornhill is illumining.  

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Our curious re-creating of the wheel

An article was posted on a Facebook group in which the researcher is reporting that “supposedly nonconscious preparatory brain activity is really just part of a fairly random ebb and flow of background neural activity, and that movements occur when … Continue reading

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Like the Copernican Revolution and the Renaissance

This is an absolutely great synthesis of the credible and incredible. The current models of astro-physics are showing their absurdity as the telescopes created to delve into the workings of the universe actually show the workings they sought. But the … Continue reading

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