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Emotions Shape Our Physical Reality

Many people say you are what you eat, but new research suggests that, when it comes to your DNA, you are what you feel. In recent years scientists have been exploring the effects that stress and…

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The ‘Big’ Questions in Physics Today

At its heart theoretical physics deals with Big Questions, from black holes to quantum mechanics to the Big Bang. In a recent article on NPR, Marcelo Gleiser, a professor of physics and astronomy at Dartmouth College,…

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Margaret Wertheim: The Changing Concept of the Self

One question that has been at the heart of both science and culture for centuries is what is the nature of the self. Over the years, we have come up with many answers to this question,…

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Breath Helps You Remember and Identify Dangers

Yogis and meditators know that there is great power in the breath. But this potential is not limited to the yoga mat or meditation cushion. New research shows that the breath can stimulate the brain to…

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Listening to the Heart

In troubled times, people often give the advice “listen to your heart, not your head.” This is easier said than done. If you place your hand on your chest, or a finger on your wrist, you…

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The Other Syntax: A Universe Without Beginning

“Did the universe really begin?” asks Carlos Castaneda in The Active Side of Infinity. “Is the theory of the big bang true?” For many physicists, the answer is undoubtedly yes. The Big Bang holds a central…

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Do Plants Have Consciousness? Research Suggests Maybe

For many people, consciousness has long been thought to be unique to humans, or at the very most, to animals. New research, though, suggests that plants are capable of the kind of associative learning demonstrated in…

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Perhaps our Fears are not Ours?

Certain fears arising in response to the environment may be passed from generation to generation without changes in the genetic sequence. This could have implications for families suffering from cycles of drug addiction, neuropsychiatric illness and…

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