Move Me

Even in that still moment, seeming silence – our Atoms, Molecules and Cells are moving. Movement is proof of cellular intelligence, according to some scientists.  After all, how does a cell know where to move, how to move, how to change shape to get somewhere else? And the whole you, beyond your cells, must move to keep blood and lymph flowing, heart pumping, muscles working, lungs...
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Wine and the Mind

A few months ago I met with winemaker Pete Hoffmann who explored with me the potential that the energy of mental focus directed by crystals can change our pleasure of wine. I was an open skeptic willing to be open to the experience. We sat in Graton’s Wildwood Cafe with 4 glasses of wine in front of us…. I won’t bore you with the details. The wine we used was a Napa Valley cab....
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Tensegrity Revisited

The term “tensegrity” was coined by futurist Buckminster Fuller to describe a principal of design.  This principal states that in order for a structure to maintain its integrity, it must balance the forces placed upon it, inside and out.  His famous geodesic dome is a human-made example of tensegrity. Tensional integrity describes structures that are kept stable by  the...
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