Definition: Biology comes from the Greek words “bios” (life) and “logos” (word). This science of life addresses the structural characteristics, behavioral functions, growth, origin, evolution, distribution, and taxonomy of an organism. By studying the basic unit of life such as the cell, we can determine the core motivation behind our existence and see it as a microcosm of our bodies.
One of the most spectacular discoveries that has come to light is that we are not solely predetermined by our genetics, having little say in what our biological traits may deal us. It has been found that the complexity and function of an organism is performed by the cell membrane, not the nucleus of the cell. In fact, it is the interaction between the cell membrane and its environment that determines how the membrane will communicate with its nucleus. There is apparently evidence to suggest that the amount of cell receptors located on the cell membrane determines the intelligence and awareness of an organism.
Instead of the Darwinian natural selection theory explaining the mutation of cells as being somehow random or the survival of the fittest, it is now being presented that the cell mutates in response to a stressor as long as it lasts or until it adapts to its new environment so the stressor is no longer a trigger. This reveals that rather than a random process of evolution, there is an innate intelligence process at hand. Most outstandingly, all of this poses that man is designed to live in community with his environment instead of in competition with his surroundings.
Core Spirit Every human being has an energy field around their body. Some people call it the aura, or the luminous energy field, or simply the human energy field. The purpose of this article is not only to prove the existence of the human energy field, but also to...read more
Transients.info By April McCarthy via Prevent Disease (19 May 2017) Lose your temper on the road? Frustrated with colleagues at work? You may be cutting your life short, warns molecular biologist Elizabeth Blackburn–who won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2009–and...read more
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Activists Sue to Block Plans to Bury 3.6 Million Pounds of Nuclear Waste Near California Beach [VIDEO]
Democracy Now! Published on May 17, 2017 http://democracynow.org – Environmental activists in California are fighting plans to store 3.6 million pounds of highly radioactive nuclear waste on a popular beach in San Diego County. In 2012, a radioactive leak at the...read more
Thanks Pam! Science Mag Entomologists call it the windshield phenomenon. “If you talk to people, they have a gut feeling. They remember how insects used to smash on your windscreen,” says Wolfgang Wägele, director of the Leibniz Institute for Animal...read more
New Paradigm Why It Matters To You Garbage and microplastics are wreaking havoc on our marine ecosystems. Ocean Cleanup looks to reverse this trend with a series of autonomous sea screens. The massive oceanic concentration of debris and microplastics...read more
Hyperactivity in children linked to pregnant mothers who talked on a mobile phone more than four times a day
Natural News (Natural News) Children born to mothers who frequently used their phones were more likely to be hyperactive, according to a recent study. As part of the study, a team of international researchers examined 83,884 mother-children pairs from Denmark, the...read more
Terra Daily At least five wolves, including one female, have returned to Denmark for the first time in two centuries, a zoologist who has obtained DNA evidence said on Thursday. The predators came from Germany to settle in western Denmark’s agricultural region,...read more
ForbiddenKnowledge WHAT PLANTS TALK ABOUT I’ve loved past films that I’ve run on this fascinating topic and this one is really good. Experimental plant ecologist JC Cahill from the University of Alberta is part of a group of scientists who are advancing the idea...read more
CoreSpirit For the first time, researchers from Northwestern University have now demonstrated that when a human sperm first meets an egg a bright zinc spark can be seen, not only a “remarkable” phenomenon but also one that might be a game-changer for in vitro...read more
The Telegraph Henry Bodkin 26 APRIL 2017 • 12:01AM Humpback whales are renown for their loud, haunting songs, but new research has discovered the huge marine mammals are able to “whisper” as well. Scientists found that baby humpbacks avoid the attention of predators...read more
The Guardian Ian Sample Science editor @iansample Wednesday 26 April 2017 06.26 EDTLast modified on Wednesday 26 April 2017 08.54 EDT New human rights that would protect people from having their thoughts and other brain information stolen, abused or hacked have been...read more
Galactic Connection Published on Apr 25, 2017 Earth, we know, is a living creature recycling living creatures. But for Roger Spurr, Earth is formed of carcasses of dead creatures to its very core. Its every stone is a body part. The most remarkable of these abundant...read more
WeAreChange Published on Apr 24, 2017 In this interview with Max Igan of The CrowHouse, we explore the global plantation farmer’s market, which offers artificial eggs and sperm, cyborgization, and perpetual conflict among other things. Max Igan’s interview...read more
Common Dreams The large meat industry interests have monopolized the market by brainwashing the public into believing that cheap meat, from animals raised on brutal factory farms, is the best we can do. It’s a lie. For the first time since the advent of...read more
Mother Earth News For those of us who were born to farm but, alas, not born on a farm, the ache to have your own land can be so intense you feel it in your belly. I thought it could never happen for me. But now, after 20 years of farming and 15 years of interviewing...read more
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GreenMedInfo Can Humans Harvest The Sun’s Energy Directly Like Plants? Posted on: Monday, June 1st 2015 at 8:00 am Posted By: Gerald Pollack, PhD Much like photosynthesis in plants, can human beings utilize light and water for their energy needs? New evidence...read more