Cellular Intelligence

Looking at cells for decades I continue to learn their secrets and what they can teach us. AND ASK ABOUT WHAT MAKES THEM INTELLIGENT? And what IS cellular Intelligence? One of the most important features of our cells is its fabric or underlying matrix. Within the transparent gel-like substance called the cytoplasm, cells are  managed by thousands of strings, strands and tubes which connect all...
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More Immune Tips

After I completed my doctorate in biochemistry I took a fellowship in immunology at the University of California and for many years taught PNI – psychoneuroimmunology – the meeting of mind and molecules. Think of your immune system as your healing system that engages all of you. And now I have a book out  Ultimate Immunity on managing your immune health from the perspective of your...
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A NEW WAY TO SEE WINE

What if you could peer  inside a drop of wine and discover its inner beauty, hidden spirit, personality and fantastic EXPRESSIONS? Well, now you can!!! Unique wine photo portraits(through the microscope) help you illuminate the inspiring stories about you and your wines.                           TO LEARN   AND...
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Magic & Science

“Magic’s fundamental conception is identical with that of modern Science; underlying the whole system is a faith… in the order and uniformity of Nature.” Sir James Frazer ~ The Golden Bough.     This may look like a mandala… Is it ancient sacred art?  Or is it a modern computer graphic of DNA? Mandalas and Mantras are magical ancient ritual practices...
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Cell Intelligence

There have been times when I’ve thought about whether human cells are intelligent or not.  Sometimes I thought they’re being smart was simply a metaphor. I’ve studied them, written about them, have a book about discovering their intelligence, but what does that really mean? I recently revisited the work of one of the scientists I talk about in my book – Guenter...
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Tasting Shapes

The idea of perceiving wine as shapes is not a new one.  What is new is capturing the shapes in wine through the microscope.    British wine writer and critic, Pat Simon, former wine consultant to the World Bank, UN Food and Agriculture Agency, and Master of Wine for 40 years, wrote in Wine Tasters’ Logic that he made mental images of a wine, formulating shapes as he learned. His lexicon...
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