According to laboratory scientist Dean Radin, research suggests that our moral sense is deeply tied to our worldview.
Laboratory scientist Dean Radin explains how science tends to give rise to a fractured system of disciplines, while spirituality serves to connect.
Scientist Dean Radin explains that because scientific study involves getting into details, scientists have difficulty maintaining a wider perspective in the laboratory.
Scientist Dean Radin describes how children growing up in this time of global environmental crisis may behave in a radically different way and make a significant difference.
With the Internet, we may be approaching a physical system interconnected enough and recursive enough to be the "brain" of a global self-awareness.
Laboratory scientist Dean Radin believes that humankind will be able to change its behavior rapidly enough to avoid its total destruction, because necessity will drive us to do it.
Laboratory scientist Dean Radin describes an experiment testing the relationship between mind and matter.
Scientist Dean Radin suggests that civilization is going through a developmental stage made up of adolescent-like tribes and that it may take some great threat to force these tribes to work together.
Laboratory scientist Dean Radin suggests that civilization is going through a developmental stage.
What if the world embodied our highest potential? What would it look like? Where do we find solutions that can help us build the future that serves us all?