this series of letters considers the relationship between the four classical elements of the ancient Egyptians (fire, air, water, earth, and the four fundamental forces/transformations of modern physics (gravity, electo-magnetic, and the strong and weak nuclear interactions)
(who, what, where, when, why … all those stars who don’t seem to remember to call their mother)
So, do astronomers actually know what they are doing?
… so time is not real, although change is … and meanwhile space is not empty – there is a lot of there there … for more, next below …
a quirky look beneath the veil surrounding electrical “physics”
A more careful look at the role of electricity in Nature, from the point of view of “thinking in wholes”.
Sacramental Thinking (a book)
What is thinking? Does it have any limits whatsoever?
The Grandmother Tree at Forest Home.
The title says it all, but the body/text kicks the philosophical acumen of brain scientists in their unjustified fantasies.
Most of us know the problems, here a solution is offered.
The environmental movement is urged to find an I & Thou relationship with a conscious Living Planet.
An early effort to raise questions about current thinking in the brain and psychological sciences.