Louis Bolk (1866-1930) was a great scientist who developed a fully unknown theory about the origin of the Human Species. His science was not based on assumptions, it's fully scientific and watertight.
Where does the human mind end and begin? Where does the universe end and begin? Is consciousness universal? Are we all interconnected? Is there a spirit molecule? Do other dimensions exist?
To any trigger, reactions from men and women are different. Obviously the difference between the male and female physique should be the prime suspect. An enquiry into this leads to amusing results
While building a photo-montage of geniuses, I noticed I didn't have any women, so I consulted a few lists of top ten, top 50 all-time geniuses. No women. I searched "top 100 all time geniuses". None!
Getting hurt is as much a liberating experience as a painful one. A peep into some aspects of a few such instances shows that it is profitable too. We gain, when we are hurt by words.
Is mind, a subset of matter or is matter, a subset of mind?
Nature Vs Nurture is an old contest, but yet to be settled. Examination of few cases of humans growing up with no influence of ‘nurture’, tilt the scale decisively to nurture.
All social interactions either end in close cooperation or result in horrible fight, both of which we humans do remarkably well, but when it comes to anything in between, we always are found wanting.
I think we are looking at mythology as dead history, not realizing its great contributions in the past as well as greater prospects in store.
Not only that we are not using language to the fullest of its abilities, but also it is being incorrectly used to cause severe harms to human settlements. What should be our approach and why?