Discussions about the future are almost always framed in terms of a tug of war for tomorrow between the forces of utopia and dystopia. Prognosticators love to promise us either the apocalypse or immortality, but when have things ever never been that cut and dry?
Most of you have probably already heard the amazing news. An earth-sized planet has been found orbiting a ‘nearby’ star, and it might have water on its surface. Hooray!
I’ve been seeing scientism more and more often recently in my travels around the internet. Briefly, scientism is the attitude that the only type of knowledge which is valid when speaking about…
NASA has successfully placed another probe, Juno, in orbit around Jupiter for the second time in history. The list of interplanetary probes that have revealed intimate details of the largest planet in…
When news breaks – whether the story of a disease outbreak, a terrorist attack or a natural disaster – people increasingly turn to the internet and social media.
Ralph Abraham is a Mathematician who has held positions at UC Santa Cruz, Princeton and Columbia. He served as an advisor in the development of chaos theory and has explored topics like attractors and consciousness in his work.
Last month, the University of San Francisco made an alarming discovery, that 93% of Americans tested had traces of a chemical called glyphosate in their urine. Last year, the World Health Organization deemed glyphosate a “possible carcinogen”.
His show, The Psychedelic Salon, offers a comprehensive collection of verbal serenades from disruptive visionaries like Timothy Leary, Terence McKenna, Alex Grey, Sasha Shulgin and many others.
We talk about the mechanics of the BBC, the concept of having a national media network not motivated by profit, creating science-influenced content, doing comedy in a country different from that of your birth and at the end we get in a heated discussion about the flaws of the US Healthcare system and why a Universal system would be a better model.
Did you hear about the secret meeting earlier this month at Harvard Medical School? The one where scientists schemed to create a parentless human being from scratch?
In this episode of the Free Radcial Media podcast, hosts Eric Scott Pickard and Patrick Ryan talk with Jamie Janover about the Unified Field Theory of Nassim Haramein, as well as physics and science in general and the culture of Scientism and dogmatism that pervades modern mainstream culture.
This week’s trialogue between Michael Garfield Shane Mauss and myself was a blast and it definitely got my wonder gland frothing, I also think there were more smiles per minute in this cast than any other episode of this show I’ve done.
Dennis McKenna and Bruce Damer on Terence McKenna, Psychedelic Education, Inner Journeys, Initiations and More
There are a few unicorns running around who’ve figured out a way to re-appropriate the dusty old construct of academia to their own terms.
These brain scans were done back in 2014. Since that time, Carhart-Harris and his colleagues have been pouring over this unprecedented trove of data.
Thomas Crenshaw, longtime friend and fan of the MythBusters crew, put together this compilation video to pay homage to the 12 years of dedication the MythBusters crew brought us,
Scientists refer to these behaviors as third-party punishment, and they have long been a mystery from the perspective of evolution and rational self-interest.
Nikola Tesla, the genius inventor responsible for many modern technologies, may have attempted to communicate with aliens. He also might have submitted a patent for a flying saucer aircraft, but with the FBI seizure of his papers after his death, any evidence has gone missing.
NASA’s “Unexplained Files” gained a lot of attention this week with the release of “moon music” heard on Apollo 10. However, most of what you’ve heard isn’t true.
Looking to inspire young pioneers in the fields of science and math, these posters are an artistic rendering of a future that could include the most exotic of travel destinations.
Rumors were flying through the blogosphere this winter: physicists at the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) may finally have directly detected gravitational waves
Biomedical research has discovered the value of humanizing rodents and using genetics to better predict the after-effects of many drugs and procedures.
The more that individuals wake up to realize this innate intelligence of their inner-self, the more they begin to experience how interconnected we all are.
Our galactic neighbor Andromeda almost certainly expired a few billion years ago, but only recently started showing outward signs of its demise.
For forty years Dellschau’s thousands of Plates moldered in the darkness of a closed attic, gathering dust.
The Planet has a mass about 10 times that of Earth and orbits about 20 times farther from the sun on average than does Neptune (which orbits the sun at an average distance of 2.8 billion miles).