Nikolas Tesla (1856 – 1943) was an eminent if not misunderstood Serbian-American inventor, electrical and mechanical engineer, and futurist.
In this TED Talk, British neuroscientist Prof. Sophie Scott delves deeply into the matter of laughter.
Aristotle (ca. 384 BCE – 322 BCE), together with Socrates and Plato, laid much of the groundwork for western philosophy.
Article published by BBC Future on August 21, 2014 explains why reprogramming tiny life could reap rich rewards.
Triggered by e-mail conversations with Bhagawati where the question arose ‘What is time?’, Bodhisagar felt inspired to write about his understanding.
Q: You said the other day that no one is interested any more in questions like “who created the universe?” but a recent edition of ‘Time Magazine’ devoted considerable space to an article entitled “In the Beginning: God and Science.”
Rupert Sheldrake, author of “Science Set Free”, speaks on TEDx (this video was later removed, sparking a controversy about TED’s censorship).
Here’s something to challenge the average attention span: allow yourself a little more than 15 minutes to watch this absorbing presentation clearly lining out that we are all one.
You have mentioned in the past that the witches burned by the Christians knew, among other skills, how to hypnotize. It seems that in ancient Egypt too, hypnosis was practiced. It has even been suggested that Jesus was a skilled hypnotist. Was hypnosis once a respected form of healing? How did it evolve, and how did it fall into disrepute?
This is the first of three excerpts from a discourse by Osho about right diet, right labor and right sleep.
Sneak preview into our future – some of it is already part of what we call our reality. Is this where we are headed to?
Drew Berry is a biomedical animator who received a MacArthur Fellowship “Genius Award” in 2010. He shows at TEDxSydney scientifically accurate animations about what happens with DNA within our cells, showing molecules and how they move and interact; they appear like cosmic images and at the same time as computer communications!