Entries tagged with “Evolution”
“What’s wrong with the world, and what can we do about it?” These are the two seemingly vague and yet deeply complex questions that director Tom Shadyac sought to answer when he se…
Rest in a squat, ditch your mattress, and more to tap into your ancestral bio-individuality.
Cell biologist Bruce H. Lipton, PhD reveals how the current crisis of today is a catalyst for change.
At the age of 43, Elisabet Sahtouris, an evolution biologist with a doctorate in brain science, quit her job at PBS, sold her car, house, and stuff, and moved to a tiny island in t…
Ninety percent of the cells in what we think of as our body are nonhuman. Our nonhuman components fuel our cells, digest our food, synthesize vitamins, maintain our immune defenses…
A new study sparks scientific debate about emotional expression—and raises questions about what we all have in common.
We have no wisdom traditions nearly as old as we are, and maybe that’s because we’ve buried something important.
How Lynn Margulis Rocked the Boat and Started a Scientific Revolution
Then Comes “Share the Wealth,” “Reduce Your Footprint,” and “Don’t Poison the Bugs Inside You.”
No Ordinary Time: The Rise of Spiritual Intelligence and Evolutionary Creativity: A Book of Hours for a Prophetic AgeBy Jan PhillipsIt’s good to have a book that we can carry with …
Understanding this science allows us to make dietary choices that effectively send our bodies into repair and longevity mode.
An interesting new theory behind the way human facial expressions developed.
My family was convinced that talk of evolution was part of a larger conspiracy to remove God (and all those who loved God) from society...
Did shamans pack tobacco leaves into leather pouches only for symbolic reasons?
Your Brain Is Boosted by Your Feet Hitting the Ground
Why is the smartest, most adaptable creature on the planet hardwired to stop talking, lose its sense of self, and feel at one with the world — in a profound state of listening?The …
The simple step is to understand the basic patterns driving our evolution
According to Dacher Keltner, there are important evolutionary reasons: It's good for our minds, bodies, and social connections.
Nature endowed humanity with both revenge and forgiveness as tools of conflict resolution. But why does one seem so much harder than the other?
If we crack the “Aging Code,” we’re all in the shark tank.