- To live in radical joyous shared servanthood to unify humanity. The Earth is but ONE country and all the living beings its citizens.
Tag Archives: natural philosophy
by Richard Powell (May 24, 2013) The complexity of life can mask its poignancy. The web of daily tasks and events can seem so manifold, so knotty and tangled, that the deeper richness contained within them gets overshadowed, lost in … Continue reading
by Richard Feynman (May 10, 2013) I have a friend who is an artist, and has sometimes taken a view which I don’t agree with very well. He’ll hold up a flower and say “Look how beautiful it is” and I’ll agree. And he says: … Continue reading
by Carl Sagan (Mar 08, 2013) We had an expansive run in the ’60s and ’70s. You might have thought, as I did then, that our species would be on Mars before the century was over. But instead, we’ve pulled inward. Robots aside, we’ve backed off from … Continue reading
The Charity Focus family kindly featured a comment I did on ijourney. The reality is that the article should be signed also by Viral, Nipun, Pavi, Guri and all the Wednesdays team who participated on the edits. Here is the … Continue reading
Article published in the Mexican Newspaper La Jornada (August 2007) Many of the pioneers of the Scientific Method like Galileo Galilei, Johannes Kepler, Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin were interested in Astronomy, Biology, Physics, Optics, Theology, Mathematics, Philosophy, Sociology, Chemistry… … Continue reading