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Photo by Pat Whelen on Unsplash. Ancient Greek and Egyptian architecture used “the Golden Mean” in creating beautiful works of art. The dimensions of the Parthenon are based on the ratio known as the Fibonacci sequence. Why is this 4:9 ratio so pleasing to us, reaching deep into our souls it seems. It just may be because that same ratio is found in our DNA.

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Photo by Matt Hardy on Unsplash. For nearly 3000 years we thought we had a pretty good idea what matter is and what everything is made of. It’s the stuff of atoms and the particles that make up those atoms. But, wait, there’s more to the story. A whole lot more.

Physicalists say there is only matter and forces. Idealist say there is only the mind. Why can’t we all just get along? How about we try the Pauli-Jung conjecture of unus mundus — one world.

Photo by Anastase Maragos on Unsplash. Can you hear it? If you can’t, is it silent?

Dr. Michael Guillen, well known scientist and journalist, says faith is central to atheism as it is to theism.

Photo by Joeri Römer on Unsplash Was Bishop Berkley right in his idealism? Or Samuel Johnson who kicked a rock with his foot and said: “I refute him thus!”

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Gerald R. Baron

Husband, father, grandfather, semi-retired, farm advocate, author, communicator. Deeply curious about science, nature, spirit and history.

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