Genesis P-Orridge, perhaps the most enigmatic artist of our time, discusses synchronicity, human evolution, the responsibility of a creative artist, and how life in Kathmandu influenced h/er current exhibition at the Rubin Museum in NYC.
Chinese people have a saying. If a brother wants to understand life, he shouldn’t read a whole mess of books. He should read one book, over and over, until he understand that shit. Only certain books a brother can spend his lifetime reading. I Ching is one of them.
There are no ready-made laws and no ultimate physical laws pertaining to our bodies. There are only entrenched behavioral habits and there is a freedom within ourselves that enables us to rise to a higher form of life.
According to a new theoretical perspective, black holes are not inexorable death traps but hologram generators — anything that touches it becomes a holographic “imperfect” copy of itself that continues to exist as before.
There is a discrepancy between the number of Americans that disapprove of infidelity and the number of Americans that cheat. Recent studies find that the impulse to cheat has a correlation with specific genetic factors.
Fifteen-year old Coltyn Turner rode a bike for the first time in years after treating his Crohn’s Disease, a debilitating condition that confined him to a wheelchair for years, with cannabis oil. Now he’s made a PSA to demonstrate how cannabis saved his life.
Cannabis is gracing the cover of the latest issue of Natural Geographic. Inside is a comprehensive look by Hampton Sides on how researchers worldwide are deepening their understanding of what one organic chemist calls a “medicinal treasure trove.”