Category Archives: Genius

A Scientific Defence Against Vampires

In my search for useful cancer information I came across a site this morning called http://www.chrisbeatcancer.com, about a young man from America who turned to a raw vegetable diet in preference to chemotherapy, after an operation to remove a large … Continue reading

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From the Body Electric to the Wichita Lineman

Some very imaginative minds are turning their attention to the mechanisms inside the human cell, and not before time – molecular biology is proving to be, by far, the most fascinating and relevant field of research for humanity. Far more … Continue reading

Posted in Alzheimers, Biology, Cancer, DNA, Fountain of Youth, Genome as Read/Write System, Glenn Campbell, Human genome, Junk DNA, Leo Fender, Nanotechnology, Parasympathetic nervous system, Vagus nerve | Tagged , , , , , , | 3 Comments

The Rise and Fall of Civilisations: the Moral Genome

“The laws of Heaven operate in such a way that the mortal himself rewards, punishes, absolves or convicts himself.” .. Gopi Krishna Whatever Einstein charged for revealing the Theory of Relativity was probably on a par with Copernicus’ fee for … Continue reading

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Leaves of Grass

A child said, What is the grass? fetching it to me with full hands; How could I answer the child?  I do not know what it is any more than he. ..Walt Whitman I was amazed to find this week … Continue reading

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Genius and Mystical Experience: Ayrton Senna

Originally posted on ScienceAndReligion.com:
26th April 2013: I’m reposting this in enthusiasm for Senna, and for the current F1 season, which seems like one of the most interesting so far.  Since I wrote this in 2011 I took my…

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Mankind’s Oldest Technology

Unveiled today – and at last people are looking up from their iphones and their feet, and enjoying something that surprises them.  You don’t get this from television or iphones – only from the human hand and eye: mankind’s oldest … Continue reading

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Living with Michelangelo

Ever since I read about the Sistine Ceiling at the age of 17, I was fascinated with the larger than life character of Michelangelo.  I wrote elsewhere on this blog about his spiritual dimension but here I want to write … Continue reading

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