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Attending the Emergence of a New Science - Part I
Wednesday, 08 October 2008
A quiet revolution is occurring. There is something beginning in the fields of philosophy, mathematics, and the sciences, which holds the potential to transform the nature and function of science and mathematics-- and the very foundations of human inquiry and discovery, from physics and biology, to medicine and the social sciences.
 
Attending the Emergence of a New Science - Part II
Friday, 10 October 2008
According to Hirst, "The fundamental revolution will occur in logic." The logics that will provide a new formal foundation for the coming sciences will not rely upon consistency. "These new logics," says Hirst, "unlike the old ones, will allow for time, change, novelty, and even paradox as basic features in the process dynamics of nature.
 
Movement of Life: Living Organisms Evolve
Thursday, 10 September 2009
We think of movement as meaning change. There are many kinds of change: physical, spiritual, intellectual and social. There are movements in the sense of organizations trying to cause change. Today it seems change is pervasive. Everything is changing.  Even common sense beliefs are being abandoned. For example, can a living entity (you and me, cells, molecules etc.) burn water? Well, of course it has been thought not to be possible. But it is now known that they can and do; so routinely that they don’t even know it. Just about every day I see another long held belief come into question.  Confusion reigns!
 
Our Bodies Are NOT Machines; They Know How to Heal
Monday, 16 March 2009
It is February 24. The publication deadline for this article is February 25.  This is my first day back at my computer after being ill and in and out of hospitals for the past 8 weeks.  I cannot begin to write all that I would like to write.