Category: Science and Religion

Interview with Fred Alan Wolf

The Search for Other Worlds by Fred Alan Wolf, it opened up doors of possibilities for me that never closed and indeed invited me into another reality.

Learning from Silence

"The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy. Instead of diminishing evil, it multiplies it.

Can Science and Religion Be Integrated?

I really believe that science will go a long way to resolve differences between religions. Still, there are a lot of fundamentalists in the world; they are the toughest to change.

Meditation Alters Brain Structure and Function

So, what do The Wall Street Journal, National Academy of Sciences, the Science Journal, The Journal of Neuroscience, and the Dalai Lama have in common? The answer is an interest in how meditation affects the structure and evolution of our brains.

Interview with Amit Goswami

Darwinian evolution is slow and gradual, step by step. Such an evolution can explain micro-evolution but not macro-evolution, when a large number of components change.

Want More Intelligence?

"Is it possible that we may be evolving to a level of consciousness at which we no longer need to pretend we know things in order to suppress our fear of the unknown?"

To Believe or Not to Believe

We’ve all heard it: "Well, you gotta believe in something." But do we have to believe in something, as if anything will do? When I read the quote by Voltaire, "If they can make you believe in absurdities, they can make you commit atrocities."