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The Key Ingredient to Wellness

Will Whole Foods’ “Wellness Clubs” include all the right ingredients? Read More »

Book Review: Simply Genius!: And Other Tales from My Life by Ervin Laszlo Ph.D.

Simply Genius is filled with wonderful insights into an extraordinary life and mind that reveals that a man of genius is also just a man. Read More »

Book Review: Dead Man’s Eye by Shaun Jeffrey

Can the visions of a cornea transplant donor be visited on the recipient? Read More »

DVD Review: Wake Up

He's not hallucinating, schizophrenic, physically ill, or on drugs, so why is he seeing angels and demons? Read More »

Science, The Hadron Collider, and a Supreme Being

Can the Hadron Collider ever provide scientists with what they are looking for? Read More »

Book Review: My Brain Made Me Do It: The Rise of Neuroscience and the Threat to Moral Responsibility by Eliezer J. Sternberg

If the phrase, “I couldn’t help it” drives you mad, you’re going to love this book. Read More »

The Roadtripper’s Guide to the Galaxy

Two roadtrippers find they share the same three levels of experience. Read More »

Book Review: I Am A Strange Loop by Douglas Hofstadter

How do we get our sense of self, our 'I' - and what has it got to do with video feedback? Hofstadter can enlighten us. Read More »

Eternal Illusion and Observer’s Reality

There is only one foundational question for Science and Spirituality: how could Infinity give rise to the Finite? Read More »

Moderating the Anger Response Through Training

Anger is an instinctive response, but anger, like the instinct of a baseball swing, can be tuned through training. Read More »