On my daughter’s left shoulder, nicely inscribed, is the number 13 encircled with the words, Live Authentically. I had not seen the tattoo before and pointed out that I didn’t think she […]
Donald Murphy (1950-) is a dedicated conservationist and past deputy director of the National Park Service(2001-2007). He served as the director of California State Parks form 1992 to 1999. He represented the United States on the World Heritage Committee(2001-2007), which inscribes natural and cultural sites of outstanding universal value onto the world heritage list. His first published book is a collection of sonnets, Love Vignettes. His first novel, published in 2011 is, Beth about a teenage girl's coming of age journey. His current book, a science fiction novel, EPOCH, is available at Amazon Kindle Books. This gripping tale tells the story of what happens a two time winner of the Nobel Prize in physics has his work hijacked by a secret government program whose purpose it is to use emergence theory to control spacetime with consequences that could lead to the annihilation of the universe. Donald also leads seminars in executive leadership at the Aspen Institute and writes a weekly blog on science and religion. You can follow him on twitter @finalequation.
Most, if not all religions do the very opposite of what Jesus taught as essential to living. He stated explicitly that his yoke is easy and his burdens are light. Jesus […]
Of all the things that compose objective reality, none of them has meaning independent of any other thing that exists. This is known as relatedness or as I call it, relationalsim. What […]
There was a time when philosophy, especially physical philosophy which attempted to answer existential questions coupled with understanding the physical environment, and what we today understand as modern physics, were one. Both […]
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The obvious questions and their brief answers, for those wanting to know what’s going on today. If you already know roughly what’s going on and want…
One of the things that I have tried to convey in my writings is that we are living a miracle. No where is this more evident than in the concept of emergence. […]