When I decided to go back to graduate school to get a masters, I had no idea where it would lead. I felt the need to do it for various reasons, many of which were accentuated when they announced a program that was created and taught by one of my all-time plant neurobiology idols: StefanoContinue Reading This is what Graduate School is teaching me about Modern Living
It’s always nice to come back to “home” to Damanhur, especially when I can bring people with me. After months of planning, Michael Pawlyn and Pietro Laureano — two rockstars of the architecture world — came to see the temples of Damanhur and discuss how nature and ancient knowledge can be integrated into the physicalContinue Reading What I Learned about Architecture and Nature
Reality is Created with Active Participation You Make Research Happen About a month ago, I asked for advice on how to get a computer for our research study. In the months of planning, the one need we couldn’t seem to fill had been a computer and related hardware/software for the data. Using our ownContinue Reading How Your Participation Creates Research
Last Wednesday, thanks to a ride from Minotaur, my Florence adventure officially began! Some of you know that I already live in Italy, in the north, near Turin, in a community called, Damanhur. But for the next six months, I will mainly be living in Florence. Last year, I saw a message on the FacebookContinue Reading What am I doing in Florence?
It is a good thing that plants are patient, because the road to accepting their inherent intelligence has been quite long, and in some cases, still ongoing. That plants possess some