India: Marriage of science and spirituality   — A Traveller’s Wish List (Reblog)

The advances made by seers of yore in India are inspirational for all those who are making a mark in the cutting-edge fields of science and technologyIndia: Marriage of science and spirituality   — A Traveller's Wish List

34 Fascinating Photos of Nikola Tesla — Yesterday Today (Reblog)

Nikola Tesla (10 July [O.S. 28 June] 1856 – 7 January 1943) was a Serbian-American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, and futurist best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electricity supply system. Born and raised in the Austrian Empire, Tesla studied engineering and physics in the 1870s without […]34 … Continue reading 34 Fascinating Photos of Nikola Tesla — Yesterday Today (Reblog)

Renaissance Science – XXIII — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

Without doubt, one of the most eccentric and certainly one of the most controversial figures of the entire Early Modern period was the iconoclastic Swiss physician Theophrastus von Hohenheim (c. 1493–1541), more popularly known as Paracelsus. Trying to write about Paracelsus is complicated by the fact that he is the source of numerous myths and […]Renaissance … Continue reading Renaissance Science – XXIII — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

CIA Releases All Their UFO X Files — Watts Up With That? (Reblog)

The CIA has finally surrendered after decades of FOI requests from UFO enthusiasts, and handed over all their records (minus a bunch of redactions).CIA Releases All Their UFO X Files — Watts Up With That?

The man who printed the world of plants — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

Abraham Ortelius (1527–1598) is justifiably famous for having produced the world’s first modern atlas, that is a bound, printed, uniform collection of maps, his Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Ortelius was a wealthy businessman and paid for the publication of his Theatrum out of his own pocket, but he was not a printer and had to employ […]The … Continue reading The man who printed the world of plants — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

Renaissance Science – I — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

To paraphrase what is possibly the most infamous opening sentence in a history of science book[1], there was no such thing as Renaissance science, and this is the is the start of a bog post series about it. Put another way there are all sorts of problems with the term or concept Renaissance Science, several […]Renaissance … Continue reading Renaissance Science – I — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

ATTENTION IS ENERGY — THINGFINDER (Reblog)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/vOm9-6Pv1CI?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparent “ If you wish to understand the Universe  think of energy, frequency and vibration.“ – NICOLA TESLA {VIDEO STARTS AT 1.44 – TOTALLY WORTH TO WATCH ;-)} “Assume the feeling of your wish fulfilled and observe the route that your attention follows.”  ― Neville Goddard, The Power of Awareness THINGFINDER PLAYLIST STAY INSPIREDATTENTION IS ENERGY — THINGFINDER

|||[Boldly Going]||| Star Trek: The Original Series—Season Two: Ep. 2.15 “The Trouble with Tribbles” – (Original air date: Friday, December 29, 1967) — firewatersite (Reblog)

Welcome to my rewatching of the original 79 episodes of the series that launched the franchise. Below are the bulletpointed notes I jotted down while watching “The Trouble with Tribbles.” On this date in history, “Hello, Goodbye,” by the Beatles, is the #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100. The song is going to ride […]|||[Boldly … Continue reading |||[Boldly Going]||| Star Trek: The Original Series—Season Two: Ep. 2.15 “The Trouble with Tribbles” – (Original air date: Friday, December 29, 1967) — firewatersite (Reblog)

The solar year ends and starts with a great conjunction — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

Today is the winter solstice, which as I have explained on various occasions, in the past, is for me the natural New Year’s Eve/New Year’s Day rather than the arbitrary 31 December/1 January. Obligatory Stonehenge winter solstice image Today in also the occurrence of a so-called great conjunction in astronomy/astrology, which is when, viewed from […]The … Continue reading The solar year ends and starts with a great conjunction — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

December 18 1912 — The Fraud of the ‘Piltdown Man’

Photo by Chris J Mitchell on Pexels.com The illusive 'missing link' between mankind and the apes has perplexed many in the scientific community and beyond for nearly two hundred years. On December 18 1912 a meeting at the Geological Society of London presented information regarding the supposed discovery of one such specimen, found in the … Continue reading December 18 1912 — The Fraud of the ‘Piltdown Man’

The emergence of modern astronomy – a complex mosaic: Part LI — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

By the middle of the nineteenth century there was no doubt that the Earth rotated on its own axis, but there was still no direct empirical evidence that it did so. There was the indirect evidence provided by the Newton-Huygens theory of the shape of the Earth that had been measured in the middle […]The emergence … Continue reading The emergence of modern astronomy – a complex mosaic: Part LI — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)