Posts Tagged ‘ Einstein ’

Lawrence Krauss on the Foundations of Nothingness as the basis of the Physical Universe

Jun 28th, 2011 | By

Theoretical physicist Lawrence Kross, Professor of Physics at the University of Arizona, described by Richard Dawkins as the ‘Woody Allen of Theoretical Physics’ describes in a remarkable non-mathematical way the current Big Picture of cosmology and its philosophical implications, which often turn religious through its sheer uniqueness. In this remarkable talk, Lawrence Kross explains why

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Why New Age defies categorization

May 20th, 2011 | By

Those of us who try to define the new age movement through analyzing its religious or scientific components, are often faced with a huge diversity of unconnected facts, beliefs and traditions. Logically how can things as diverse as tarot reading and ecological activism be fitted into one framework or mindset? Yet, there is something distinctly

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Quantum Mysticism : Beyond New Age pseudoscience

Apr 29th, 2011 | By

Albert Einstein, refusing to get dragged into the metaphysical speculation that the new science of quantum mechanics had ushered, remained a deist all his life. Einstein’s God was based on scientific mysticism, as a result of deep humility arising from the awe and wonder that the laws of nature inspire. “The scientist is possessed by

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