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The human mind, Scripture and organized data (exotic matter)

As a Swedenborgian theologian, one of the most interesting directions science is moving in is the notion of “exotic matter.” The deeper they probe into coherent structure, the more they run into organized information. This organized data is called exotic … Continue reading

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The Subtlety of Prehistoric Human Thought

Are we smarter than our ancestors? Do present day humans make better use of their brains than did cavemen and women? If you look at intelligence as gathering useful information about the physical world—information that leads to new technology—it seems … Continue reading

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