Category: Edge Science
SARS2 GMO? Hong Kong Whistleblower Li-Meng Yan Details her Claims, Alleges PLA Role, & Bannon Muddies the Waters
PATHOGEN-Gain-of-Function-Research needs to be blown open to the public, to give humanity a voice in this extremely dangerous realm of science.
UCB Launches Psy-Sci Center w Michael Pollan, Presti – & Yes, Facilitator-Training Is on the Agenda…
The center plans to collaborate with the Graduate Theological Union in the development of an immersive learning program on psychedelics and spirituality. This program will eventually train guides…
“Without the upward transmission of energies through the intermediary of attention, the universe would give in to entropy.”
How does entropy gell with the “Hard Question of Consciousness,” that keeps physicists up late at night?
Upcoming webinar Sept 8, presumably free…? Liana Gilooly is co-developer of the NorthStar Initiative, which appears to be MAPS’ effort to respond to criticisms coming from the psychedelic left (psymposia folk in
No descriptive text for this upcoming free zoom workshop from CalTech Resnick Institute, with international speakers, but the title probably explains itself. https://resnick.caltech.edu/documents/16485/CaltechRSIRhizoWorkshop2020.png
In theory, a Maunder Minimum — visualize ice-skaters on the Thames, global crop failures — doesn’t necessarily cancel out the GHG-driven global warming, but could reduce its full impact, or maybe add conflicting dynamics…?
Fielding: “I have long believed that LSD may not only change the sensations of pain but also our subjective relationship with it.”
“This proposition sounds a little bit like advocating for the existence of ghosts. But it is actually more of an acknowledgment that things may seem ghostlike only because reality has been improperly conceived in the first place.”
JC Couey, neurobio prof at UPitt, tells the history of Gain of Function research and claims and counter-claims of lab-manipulation of SARS2 virus, and the upshot of it all.
So, this is a noble but probably misguided, and maybe accursed philosophical venture. I support the spirit of it, if in fact it’s a sincere voyage, and not just an attempt to “recuperate” the Weird and differentiate one’s counter-cult or academic CV.