I invite you to notice and accept, cautiously if need be, that, at the beginning of the 21st century,
1) we are raising a generation of spiritualist scientists and scientific spiritualists,
2) we need to make more careful efforts to uplift them in their quests rather than subject them to our own outdated ones, and
3) we are obliged by common sense to accept that the first order of business is allowing and helping them grasp a coherent view of reality.
Non-mystical experiences of oneness and emerging clarity about what is means to be present with mystery are needed to allow spiritually-rich, scientifically-grounded minds to form the questions, urges, and perceptions that will heal and inspire in ways that only industrialization and globalization have yet demanded.
Completely Ordinary Conversation with Joey Lott (1:38:51), author of You're Trying Too Hard and other titles.
Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview by Rick Archer (1:49:09). A spiritual forum than makes for a bit of an awkward fit with my own unconventional perspectives and spiritual journey. We hit a nice stride around min 45.
New & Improved ONT now available as eBook Screenshot Collection via subscription (still free!) Check out this awesome 88-page pdf file!
April 2015Higher Ed "Call to Action" -- 3-min video.
ONT, short for "ontology." Software
available now for free.
April - Sept 2014
Brilliant Beings Unite! with "Celebrate Mind: dare to be true" (Burlington, VT area meetup) -- thanks to all who participated!
Living with Strange Loops gatherings on UVM campus: Announcements
October 7 "Is reality more than 'food for thought?'"
Sept 25 "You should give up trying to grasp reality! What it means to be confronted with apathy & nihilism"
Original works by
Science-y poems (2003), numbered 1-7 so that I may one day attempt an exquisite mathematical calculation of their meaning
Hidden: the paradox of revealing nothingness (2010- 2012), blog by my fictional, college-age sidekick
Making Way for Coherence (2011), 7-min talk given by my animated alias Cherokee Paul
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