The way that thoughts and memories arise from the physical material in our brains is one of the most complex questions in modern science. But now psychologists are challenging that view by applying quantum probability theory to how memories change over time in our brains.
Bill Hicks died 20 years ago, today. Hicks, whose legacy is strong but far from mainstream, was known for putting American society on blast through his incisive, rant-style of comedy. Today, throughout the internet, fans remember his legacy.
My experience at Sonic Bloom 2012 inspired me to examine the dreams and feelings in the background of transformational festivals, the value of psychedelics, and the controversial notion that we can control our own reality.