I haven’t had the time yet to organize this page as I’m preparing Super Human for publication. So, in rough draft, here’s some content on plant intelligence: The work of Cleve Backster Plant solves murder? “In one experiment designed to test plant memory, Backster found that a plant that had witnessed the murder (by stomping)… Continue reading Plant intelligence reading list
There are three ways to unlock the mind’s superpowers. One way is academic: years of training, hard work, and practice. Another is through inheritance: the right genes are passed down through favorable ancestry. Will Freeman is more anxious than other teens. When his new friend Lily Powers invites herself over and the two go treasure… Continue reading Super Human: The Mailing List!
What we regard as objective reality is but a convenience, a virtual representation, created by us, aiding in our quest for reproduction. 1Keynote address: Perception, Illusion, and Truth | Donald Hoffman Cognitive psychologist Donald Hoffman uses the analogy of the computer Desktop. The Desktop isn’t an accurate representation of the alternating voltages inside a computer,… Continue reading The Social Dilemma, So-Called Objective Reality, and Higher Mind
As a teen, I was a natural at lucid dreaming. I could— no exaggeration— realize I was dreaming four or five times a night. It was lots of fun. Mostly flying, but you can imagine what else a teenager might want to dream about.
“Brain Art” by Ars Electronica, licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 The story goes that in 44 BC in Rome, Julius Caesar was assassinated by a group of his own senators, crumpling to the floor with a final gasp. This last breath contained around 25 sextillion (that’s 25 followed by 21 zeroes) air molecules, which would… Continue reading Caesar’s Last Breath and ESP
I got that text this morning. “So what?” you’re thinking. Well, here’s so what.