Speaking with the authority of a distinguished scientific career, Robert Lanza presents the case for abandoning the “dumb universe” paradigm and going beyond the illusion of our individual separatism. In a presentation that inspires optimism for the dawn of a new age of science, he explains the impossibility of a universe created from randomness alone, and describes how this idea has led to our alienation from nature. “Life and awareness are indispensable cosmic attributes,” he says. With a biocentric worldview, science makes sense.
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