Mind & Spirit

The Spiritual Brain

Human beings appear to have spiritual brains that are capable of feeling deeply connected to something greater than themselves and that can develop intense beliefs about religion and God.

Read More »

High Intelligence, Average Intelligence

I regularly read the Mensa Research Journal and in Vol. 39 No. 3 I found some of the material so interesting that I decided to write a blog about intelligence. The issue was about high intelligence (HiQ) in the workplace The abstract begins, “HiQ adults ( people with a very high intelligence; 2% of the population) sometimes are not able to function adequately at work and play.” Ironic, isn’t it, that …

Read More »

Some Thoughts on Thoughts

Cybernetics and Biochemistry usually appear to be separate branches of modern science , don’t they? Well, due to a philosophical consequence of their results not nearly enough taken into account, they reveal their origin from the same mentality: Both disciplines ignore the borderline between dead and living matter which once had been considered to be obvious. The biochemist is unable to clearly mark the point where the chemical evolution of …

Read More »

Physics & Life While Passing the Pipe

The language of physics is mathematics and it’s very precise. Real physics can’t be done honestly without mathematics, making it inaccessible for most if not all. In comparison the language of literature, English or Spanish or whatever, is an imprecise form of communicating ideas, yet it’s accessible to all. There is something odd about this. Something that’s precise, few can understand, while something that’s highly imprecise is understood by most …

Read More »