Big Bang

By Stephan Pisko Who (or) what was the dynamic energy behind the big bang? Physicists believe that it originated out of ‘nothing’ or at least possibly nothing that we as human beings’ can understand and never will totally. Metaphysics teaches us that just because you can’t see it’ doesn’t mean that it is ‘not there’ just like dark matter. For the longest time science didn’t … Continue reading Big Bang

National Museum of Natural History To Reopen June 18

New Exhibitions To Debut Through the Fall The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History will reopen to the public Friday, June 18, with new hours, free timed-entry passes and health-and-safety procedures in place. Visitors will see familiar displays, including the Hope Diamond and Nation’s T. rex, alongside a new contemporary art exhibition, “Unsettled Nature: Artists Reflect on the Age of Humans.” Additional exhibitions will open … Continue reading National Museum of Natural History To Reopen June 18

The Brain Mind

By Stephan Pisko The mind clings to duty and attachment a purpose of existing without this the body is shapeless mass. The brain is chemicals’ with electromagnetic neurons working together to form mental thoughts – emotions – feelings from the visual perception before our eyes some of these chemicals’ we do not have a name for but they are continually changing every trillionth of a … Continue reading The Brain Mind

Ten Nonfiction Films Combine Art, Science, Storytelling: Sundance Institute | Sandbox Fund Grantees

  The nonprofit Sundance Institute and Sandbox Films, a new mission-driven documentary studio, selected and announced their latest cohort of filmmakers and projects supported by the Sundance Institute | Sandbox Fund, an initiative that elevates the voices of independent artists working at the intersection of science and nonfiction storytelling as they produce and promote work and discourse that highlights the overlap of science and art. … Continue reading Ten Nonfiction Films Combine Art, Science, Storytelling: Sundance Institute | Sandbox Fund Grantees

1091 ACQUIRES AWARD-WINNING FILMMAKER, FUTURIST, AND VISIONARY BEST-SELLING AUTHOR CAROLINE CORY’S LATEST DOCUMENTARY

“SUPERHUMAN: THE INVISIBLE MADE VISIBLE” FOR JULY 14 RELEASE WORLDWIDE The Provocative Exploration of the True Potential of the Human Mind Features Interviews and Experiments with Corey Feldman, Naomi Grossman, Rachele Brooke Smith, Karina Smirnoff, Robert Picardo, Michael Dorn, Tom Campbell, Dean Radin, Rudolph Schild, Glen Rein, and Jim Gimzewski. 1091, the global distribution partner and platform for film and television creators and content providers, … Continue reading 1091 ACQUIRES AWARD-WINNING FILMMAKER, FUTURIST, AND VISIONARY BEST-SELLING AUTHOR CAROLINE CORY’S LATEST DOCUMENTARY

The Annual, Star-Studded Ceremony that Celebrates Science and Scientific Achievement To Feature an “In Memoriam” Tribute to the Late Stephen Hawking

  The Breakthrough Prize announced that acclaimed actor, producer and philanthropist Pierce Brosnan will host its 7th annual ceremony, which will celebrate science and the achievements of the 2019 Breakthrough Prize laureates on Sunday, November 4, at a live ceremony at the NASA Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley.Ceremony to Air Live at 10p ET/7p PT The ceremony will be broadcast live at 10pm ET/7pm … Continue reading The Annual, Star-Studded Ceremony that Celebrates Science and Scientific Achievement To Feature an “In Memoriam” Tribute to the Late Stephen Hawking

A Conversation With Director Ed Moy About His Short Documentary “Luminaries” And how It Shows Paradise Is Here and Now

By: Monteque Pope-Le beau Edited By: Colleen page A mural in Venice Beach, California has captured the interest of many people along with Director Ed Moy, not just because of how beautiful and realistic it is, but because of the people the mural celebrates. In January of 2015, The Paradise Project commissioned its first public mural for the side of its headquarters in Venice, CA. … Continue reading A Conversation With Director Ed Moy About His Short Documentary “Luminaries” And how It Shows Paradise Is Here and Now

Quantum Thinking

By Stephan Pisko Our first quantum thought should be that quantum physics is unexplainable it just is something that nobody fully understands even the greatest of physicists’. What came first quantum electrodynamics (or) nature ? Seems fairly easy to answer possibly but there is a problem as there lies a contradiction in these two areas quantum electrodynamics states that nature is absurd it has something … Continue reading Quantum Thinking

10 Tribal Teachings To Live By

By: Nick Polizzi Director, The Sacred Science Like many of the teachings that come from indigenous culture, the 10 virtues below are intended as a roadmap for living a more balanced and connected life. The beauty of these ancient pillars of existence is that they always remain relevant, regardless of how evolved or learned we think we’ve become. 1) The Earth is our Mother, care … Continue reading 10 Tribal Teachings To Live By