Our place in the Universe Sticky

May
27

The initial sequence for Human Progress is, unavoidably, the same as for Humanity itself: 

  1. Cosmos
  2. Earth
  3. Life

Being aware of and knowing to appreciate the harmony and beauty of cosmic laws and forces as well of the magic of life and consciousness, is an undisputable premise to allow for any further Human Progress, since we are no more than just one of the last steps (at least as we know of) in the long chain of an everlasting cosmic evolution.

For those who have not yet grasped this understanding or, on the contrary, want to reinforce this awareness, Human Progress strongly and passionately recommends the following sequence of videos, just for a start ;) Enjoy!

One of Carl Sagan's most pertinent messages for humanity.

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Vision Sticky

Mar
29

Vision and starting point for Human Progress Network

The starting point is a very simple question:

"The Human Species (Homo Sapiens) seems to have emerged some 200.000 years ago.
So, how about our next 200.000 years?"

In our individual lives, we humans frequently think about our own future over a time span that is equal to or even greater than our own age (up to a certain age of course). In that same way Human Progres Network would like to think, theorize or even fantasize about our collective future as a species. No further than just our own age, which is 200.000 years. On a geological scale this is no more than the blink of an eye. And most probably we are just infants, just starting to discover about our own existance.

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Gods... creators... and such...

Feb
27
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 Stephen Hawking THERE IS NO GOD !!

 

 

Michio Kaku's opinion on God

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The limits of our understanding

Feb
26
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The limits of our understanding

 

 

The science of nothing

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Quantum Biology (Life!)

Jan
13
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 Quantum Biology: The Hidden Nature of NatureCan the spooky world of quantum physics explain bird navigation, photosynthesis and even our delicate sense of smell? Clues are mounting that the rules governing the subatomic realm may play an unexpectedly pivotal role in the visible world. Join leading thinkers in the emerging field of quantum biology as they explore the hidden hand of quantum physics in everyday life and discuss how these insights may one day revolutionize thinking on everything from the energy crisis to quantum computers. Quantum Biology: An Introduction

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About reality

Jan
12
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Reserving space for yet another fascinating subject. ;) In fact, maybe the most interesting subject of all.Reality!with two fundamental questions... or is it one and the same question?

  1. Is reality real?
  2. Does reality really exist?

Curiously, you could say there is a counter question that even if in opposite direction, it eventually might lead to the same outcome...Nothing

  1. Does the "nothing" exist?

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Water

Jan
06
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Water = intelligent, has memory and even emotions?

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The fifth dimension?

Dec
12
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According to the latest mathematical (quantum) models 11 dimensions would be be needed to make it all work. As with all scientific models and theories, it is not 'true' or an accepted 'fact' as long as it is not empirically proven. So for the quantum model to be fully accepted and considered right, we need to find more than twice the number of dimensions than we now know of. This seems like quite an undoable job.

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Science is sexy!

Oct
17
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Or better said, understanding how the world that surrounds you works is sexy: the world, nature and all of the universe. 

Mathematics in Nature

Many things in nature are pure applied mathematics, even if most people don't know it. Maybe they should. It would be another way to look at nature or mathematics. One way or the other, it broadens one's perspective and increases the understanding and awareness, that everything in nature is related and connected. Nature actually provides many wonderful solutions of how to do things. Nature has already taken care of almost everything, for millions and millions of years.

The Fibonacci sequence and Fractals are two truly mathematic concepts, that can be found everywhere in nature.

 One of the most simple examples of a fractal

 

Awesome Fibonacci sequence video

 

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Will science and spirituality meet?

Oct
17
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 (con subtítulos en Español)

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Are we all connected?

Oct
01
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Biologist Rupert Sheldrake speaks about morphic fields and Systemic Family Constellations. He explains how all social animals, including humans, are connected by fields of information that are shared by all members. A therapeutic application of morphic fields in humans is an experiential process called Systemic Family Constellations.

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Quantum physics

Sep
20
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Quantum physics stands at the base of all existence. It implies matter, space, energy and possibly vibration or even time and reality. Until some hundred years ago life was simple and all matter was supposed to be build out of atoms, which were thought to be the smallest undividable parts of matter as if they were tiny marbles. Now the atom itself is known to consist of quarks. And quarks at their turn might consist of even smaller and more weird stuff called strings, which would be no more than just a kind of vibrational substance that may present itself as matter or as energy.

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