Scientists find thriving life deep inside the earth. What does this mean for us?
Plants are more intelligent that we think. Their capacity to solve problems is the key to sustaining life in this planet.
Our gut can influence our mental health. What does this mean for our modern world?
All the fundamental laws of physics does not change whether time moves forward or backward. But our experience shows that time only moves one way. Why is this the case?
In this article written for the Ecologist, Fritjof Capra stresses on a new view of the universe – one in which all of the material world is composed of a network of inseparable patterns of relationships.
There is an invisible force that connects all living systems – a force that enables migratory animals to find their way, that enables birds to fly together without bumping each other, and connects human beings will all things of nature, among other things.
Our body is a pharmacy. It has the capacity to create the chemicals and materials it needs to sustain its physical well-being.
IN this 2015 TED Video, British theoretical physicist Jim Al-Khalili explores the intersection between Quantum Physics and Biology.