Oct 23–27, 2019
Hayes Mansion, San Jose California
Oct 24–27, 2019
Jul 14–20, 2020
Titignano Castle, Italy
With Terry Real
We recreate the relationships that we learned
Lee Smolin on the Jim Rutt show.
An award-winning documentary: As a rising star in the field of abstract mathematics, Michael discovered that he could see beauty and pattern where others could not. But his path was not to be inside academia, or even inside society. 38 min
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By John O'Donohue
We never value or even see some things in our lives until we are just about to lose them.
By John Welwood
Living with someone we love, with all the joys and challenges, is one of the best ways…
By Francis Weller
On Navigating Our Losses: Interview by Tim McKee
By Bayo Akomolafe
The way isn’t forward, it’s awkward
With Shantena Augusto Sabbadini • Saturdays, November 2, 9, &16, 2019
A 3-part Live Webinar Series
With Julie Brown Yau • Sundays, November 10, 17, 24, 2019
A pre-recorded 4-part Video Series with Stanislav Grof
By Bill Andrews
These black hole opposites would spew energy, be impossible to enter, and might even answer some of the universe’s fundamental questions.
By Shawn Radcliffe
Discrepancies in measures of expansion may point to new physics
Astronomer and Ex-Zen Monk Mark Westmoquette's Book Review
By Science and Nonduality
In less than 30 years, humanity has discovered more than 4,000 exoplanets
Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin on the Mystery of Stars
By Krista Tippett in On Being
Astronomer Natalie Batalha embodies a planetary sense of what “love” is and means.
By Sunil Mehrotra
On dark summer nights, away from city lights, I love to stargaze and imagine that I am dancing with the stars.
Two realities can exist at the same time, at least in the quantum world, suggests a new study.
When it comes to creating documentaries about the grandeur of the Earth, “strange” is a difficult bar to reach.
By Stephen Battersby
Billions of years ago, an iron nucleus forged in another galaxy was flung into space at close to the…
With Stuart Hameroff
Stuart Hameroff, co-founder of the Toward a Science of Consciousness conference, follows a brief overview…
In our everyday life, time flows in one direction—forward. When you put a frozen pizza in the hot oven, the pizza heats up. When you hit a baseball, it flies over the wall (if you’re having a good day at bat). When you knock a coffee mug off a table...
By Donald D. Hoffman
The most famous case study in science, prior to Freud, was published in 1728 in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society by the English surgeon William Cheselden, who attended Newton in his final illness.
From the comfortable seat of our bodies (and built-in brains), it’s easy to think that consciousness…
If you were to stand outside the universe—outside both space and time—and look at your life, you would see your birth, your death and every moment in between laid out as distinct points.
By Bernardo Kastrup
Scientific American recently published a very interesting essay by philosopher Susan Schneider. It offers an argument against panpsychism—
By Science and Nonduality and Paul Mulliner
by Paul Mulliner The conventional explanation for the existence of consciousness is that it’s generated…
By Natalie Wolchover
String theory permits a “landscape” of possible universes, surrounded by a “swampland” of logically…
Peering deep into the core of the Crab Nebula, this close-up image reveals the beating heart of one…
With Jude Currivan • Jul 13–Aug 3, 2018
A 4-part webinar series, recorded July - August, 2018
Mathematics is abstract, symbolic, structured and precise. It is true everywhere and always and mathematical…
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