Ignorance Can Be Deadly

Incurable Me – why the best medical research does not make it into clinical practice by K. Paul Stoller, M.D. Dr. Stoller was a board-certified pedi…


Science, Skepticism and Spirituality

REVIEW: Arguing Science: A Dialogue on the Future of Science and Spirit by Rupert Sheldrake and Michael Shermer Debating the nature of the ineffable i…


On Trails – An Exploration by Robert Moor

After hiking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine in five months, Robert Moor, an environmental journalist, began to study trails: how and why…


Turmoil in the Middle East, from Tahrir Square to Isis

A Rage for Order by Robert F Worth couldn’t be more timely or needed, providing as it does some glimmer of understanding of how and why centuries-ol…



Love and Heal Yourself, Heal the World
Category: Interviews
Luke Adler’s goal is to help bring to light the systematic way we suppress our inner guidance and the physical effect of that suppression. He teaches how to reverse...
Restore Your DNA through Point of Light
Category: Interviews
Cynthia Slon introduces Point of Light, the universe's resonant frequency of perfection traveling through the network of humanity's cellular pathways. In her new book about Point of Light, she...
Aquaponics, Ingenuity and Community
Category: Interviews
JD Messinger, a world-class corporate consultant turned human potential activist, and Kate Wildrick, a paradigm-shifting imagineer of open source sustainable solutions, come together to discuss the use of aquaponics...
Reviewers Roundtable Fall 2016
Category: Interviews
Cynthia Sue Larson, Brent Marchant and Miriam Knight talk about recent books and films that have stood out for them, including: I Am Not I by Jacob...