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Conceptual Revolutions in Science: A Collection of Scientific Explorations & Interviews (Volume 1) Paperback – July 1, 2015
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“An unusual, highly readable compendium of insights ranging from the innate wisdom of animals to political movements aimed at setting a framework for scientific understanding. I couldn’t put it down. Adam Dorfman has done a masterful job in awakening us to the conceptual revolutions that lie within our grasp. Kudos to Dorfman!” —Dr. Gerald H. Pollack, Professor of Bioengineering, University of Washington
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Firstly I loved the practicality and suggestions to integrate new ideas into my life, to test them, document them, to discover new perceptual realities and ways I can not only raise my consciousness but how this will help me attract more friends and create more love in my life.
I love Animals and nature, and it's great to see science catching up to our inherent connection to the Animal Kingdom and how precious and conscious Animals are. Conceptual Revolutions in Science shows us this and I hope more scientists and those working in related fields read this book! I didn't think Empathy would come up in this read, but it did in more ways than one, and this for me is one of the most lacking human qualities on the planet, so I was captivated to read more. Entwined with consciousness, our empathy for others and for all life is what being Humane and intelligent is all about, I congratulate the author for integrating this very important message and showing how deep the rabbit hole goes.
A wonderful thought provoking and mind expanding read, even for those deep into their spiritual journey. I found the insights into Yoga and meditation especially useful and congratulate the author for sharing the information about geoengineering and it's consequences to planet Earth and all life.
It's an easy read and definitely NOT boring. In fact, I found myself getting excited about the direction we're headed in science that will help us connect on deeper levels with nature.
Again, an easy read... and - to get our youth interested in science again - should be a required reading in highschool. Heck, it probably soon will be!
(Nikola Grzesinski) .