Current Research

History and Transmigration

The modern study of history suffers from many conceptual issues. First, it views time as linear progress when time is actually discontinuous, cyclical, and hierarchical. Hierarchical means that there are shorter-term ...
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Protein Folding Molecular Structures

All of chemistry today rests on the idea that two opposite charges attract, and similar charges repel. Let’s call that idea “opposites attract” for simplicity. But is this the only way complex structures are created in ...
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Semantic Logic and Number Theory

All over Vedic philosophy, a term called “non-difference” is employed to describe reality. In Vedanta, this idea is called abheda (not different). Then, in Smriti, the same idea is called advaya (non-dual). In Sāñkhya ...
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The Social Mind

The ongoing clashes among people based on social and political ideologies are based on a lack of understanding about how different cultures adopt different moral stances, selecting some of the fundamental moral ...
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