Scientists in the movie What The Bleep Do We Know!? are talking about “a sea of energy” and that we all are part of this sea. We are droplets in his big universal ocean and hence we are all connected. Continue reading What The Bleep Do We Know!?
“What is the greatest question ever asked?” poses Yuri Milner, layering smoked salmon atop toast.
My palms are sweating. As if the meeting at the Ritz Carlton with one of the most powerful men in the world (for which I was slightly late) wasn’t intimidating enough, the wait for him to join me — during which the hotel staff informed me of his preferred booth — had me more rattled than I’ve ever been for a briefing. Continue reading Yuri Milner Is Investing $100 Million To Find Intelligent Extraterrestrial Life
‘There is no aspect of reality beyond the reach of the human mind,’ says Hawking
By Arjun Varma
Stephen Hawking has declared that there is no God and he states that miracles stemming out of religious beliefs are “not compatible with science”. Continue reading Stephen Hawking Declares That Science Can Prove God Does Not Exist
Why are we here? Literally. The latest science says we shouldn’t be. It says that the chance life exists at all is less than zero. So, is science the greatest threat to the idea of Intelligent Design or is science its greatest advocate? Continue reading Does Science Argue for or against God?
Biohacking is a fairly new practice that could lead to major changes in our life. You could it call citizen or do-it-your-self biology. It takes place in small labs — mostly non-university — where all sorts of people get together to explore biology. That could mean figuring out how the DNA in plants affects their growth, or how to manipulate genes from another source to make a plant glow in the dark. It often is aimed at producing a product, like the chairs and building blocks that artist Philip Ross makes by feeding mushrooms a meal of sawdust or peanut shavings. It is experimenting on the cheap, usually without the benefit of a fancy university laboratory, and it often involves DNA and genes. If you don’t know enough biology to take part at first, you learn it along the way.