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Dynamic Paradoxicalism: The Anti-ism ism

Dynamic paradoxicalism is my attempt to
create a meta-philosophy that is a counter to fundamentalist and absolutist
thought, which is nearly as common amongst New Agers and the Left as it is
amongst religious fundamentalists and the Right. 

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Salvaging Science

The end of the age of cheap abundant energy is likely to be the end of the age in which science functions as a force for economic expansion. Science has gotten pretty close to its natural limits as a method of knowledge.


Mythic Proportions: Evolving Time with Calleman, McKenna, and Antigenics

I'm standing next to Garo, the CEO of a firm that has developed a cancer vaccine
that is unique to each individual patient. The vaccine helps the body "re-learn" itself to
recognize the cancer cell, so the immune system "knows" how to kill
the errant information generating the renegade cells. McCluhan-esque.

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Voyaging to DMT Space with Dr. Rick Strassman, M.D.

Dr. Rick Strassman, pioneering psychedelic researcher, discusses his new book, Inner Paths to Outer Space: Journeys to Alien Worlds through Psychedelics and Other Spiritual Technologies – as well as Zen Buddhism, psychedelics and spirituality, Old Testament prophecy and more in this fascinating interview. 

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In Pursuit of Safer Highs: Harm Reduction with DanceSafe’s Rachel Clark

Since at least prohibition, anxiety has governed America’s disastrous relationship with substance use. As the 20th century increasingly saw anti-drug sentiment used to fuel moral crusades from “saving the children” to quashing perceived threats against whiteness, “Just Say No” became the mantra of a culture that neither understood addiction nor possessed the language to interrogate …

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