If I am willing to be open to the uncertainty of being in the lifeworld alongside all these others also struggling toward liberation, I must
Spiders fly hundreads of miles on earth’s electric field
Every day, around 40,000 thunderstorms crackle around the world, collectively turning Earth’s atmosphere into a giant electrical circuit. The upper reaches of the atmosphere have a positive charge, and the planet’s surface has a negative one… Ballooning spiders operate within this planetary electric field. When their silk leaves their bodies, it typically picks up a negative charge. This repels the similar negative charges on the surfaces on which the spiders sit, creating enough force to lift them into the air.
Variation in the hominid rhizome
New report out on a hybrid hominin from 90000 years ago whose mother was Neanderthal and whose father was Denisovan. apple.news/AgSsUivGbS5yWPq54mnX_-Q
‘You must change your life’ or ‘You must change life’?
Originally posted on Andrew James Taggart, Practical Philosopher, Ph.D.:
This is the first set of reflections on Peter Sloterdijk’s You Must Change Your Life: On Anthropotechnics (Cambridge:…
Sometimes It Pays to Be a Weakling | Science/AAAS | News
Sometimes it’s better not to be the best. Take rams. Those with bigger horns get the girl more often—but they also die younger… The tradeoff
Asking Questions Beyond Thinking
Many who #meditate are surprised by the #etymology of #Mantra. Deepen your practice by embracing #uncertainty. goo.gl/5NhNZ — Keith Wayne Brown (@pahndeepah) February 18, 2013
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