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Category Archives: Philosophy
Scientific discovery has brought material benefits and physical comfort to mankind. The predictability of matter leads us to assume that it behaves according to fixed laws, and this belief has led engineers to develop tools and machinery to manipulate the … Continue reading
One morning I felt the inspiration to write a modern version of the Genesis account of creation, incorporating and alluding to the scientific discoveries of recent times. I hope that nobody chooses to take offence: Before the beginning of time … Continue reading
The ancient Celts knew a thing or two. They were not the wild fighters who the Sheriff of Nottingham brought in to drive Kevin Costner’s Robin Hood from his idyllic woodland village. They had a special understanding of the nature … Continue reading
Research suggests that human brain has more switches than the entire internet. Each of the 125 trillion synapses that connect our 200 billion brain cells appears to have perhaps 1000 molecular scale switches. (ref 1) Some areas of our brain … Continue reading
As I begin this post, I ask myself “Am I deciding what to write?” You might think that a strange question with an obvious answer, but if I were to have a materialist view of things then I would struggle … Continue reading
“I recommend this book to all thinking people – we might just change the world.” “This book will definitely make you think and then think again. Hemsley did his research for this book, and I received many answers to questions … Continue reading
A friend asked “Let us suppose it was absolutely certain there was no god but many people honestly believed there was – how different would the world look today?” I could answer that if there was no God there would … Continue reading
Neuroscientist Michael Graziano has speculated on the connection between the material and the spirit world. His book “God Soul Mind Brain” has the stated aim to describe ‘the mechanistic understanding of the spirit world’. With is background he makes the … Continue reading
According to the BBC news the judge in the Neon Roberts said doctors accepted that radiotherapy had side effects: it could slightly impair intellect and carried some risks of causing infertility but most children coped well – and there would … Continue reading