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Layer 4: Time: Values, Behaviours, People, History


Time is another important yet often invisible dimension of health that is key to understand. First, a highly sensitive child’s harmony depends on a fluid experience of time. When time is fluid, all activities are intertwined and exist as one, within the environment. We move in sync within the world using our broad sensory attention … Continue reading

New Scientist TV: One-Minute Physics: Is Schrödinger’s cat dead or alive?


One-Minute Physics: Is Schrödinger’s cat dead or alive? 13:58 26 September 2011 You’ve probably heard of Schrödinger’s cat, the famous thought experiment that illustrates the paradox of quantum mechanics when applied to everyday objects. In our latest One-Minute Physics animation, illustrator Henry Reich takes us through the experiment drawing by drawing and explains how it … Continue reading

New Scientist TV: One-Minute Physics: How a particle can also be a wave


New Scientist TV: One-Minute Physics: How a particle can also be a wave.   One-Minute Physics: How a particle can also be a wave 17:49 3 October 2011 One-Minute Physics Physics and Math Sandrine Ceurstemont, editor, New Scientist TV   You probably wouldn’t expect a ball to behave like a sound wave. But in this … Continue reading

The Sixth Dimension – Sixty Symbols – YouTube


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Beyond space-time: Welcome to phase space – space – 08 August 2011 – New Scientist


Beyond space-time: Welcome to phase space – space – 08 August 2011 – New Scientist.

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