Spoken word poet, professor, writer, activist
The Sciences of Interconnection: Cosmology, Ecology, Poetry and Justice
The universe is a seamless unfolding process that has swirled itself into galaxies, planets, and people. According to cosmological thinker Thomas Berry, the universe story is best understood as an immense celebration. In this talk and poetry reading Drew Dellinger will describe cosmology, ecology, poetry and justice as four “sciences” for exploring our connection to the cosmos. These disciplines offer unique ways of understanding, experiencing and embodying nonduality.
In cosmology we fuse science and myth to weave ourselves into a sacred universe, formulating a foundational story for our culture that can orient and guide us, even in turbulent times.
Ecology reveals the unity and creativity of the living Planet Earth, and calls us to protect its fragile blossoming. The Earth is the context and source of our existence, a precious reality that has been evolving for 4.5 billion years as a kind of portal for the flowering of the wild mind of the universe.
In poetry we deepen our communion with the planet, the universe, all phenomena, all beings, and the cosmos of the human heart. As in the “haiku moment” of the Japanese tradition, poetry can dissolve the dualism between “observer” and “world,” ushering in a wave of nonduality.
In movements for justice we engage in creating a human society that embodies our interconnection and honors the sacred dignity of every individual. As Martin Luther King Jr. said, “It really boils down to this, that all life is interrelated.” Our oneness calls us to incisive awareness and tireless action to remove all systems of injustice, oppression, exploitation, and violence. The full realization of nonduality should lead to a civilization of peace, compassion and justice.
Through the sciences of cosmology, ecology, poetry and justice, Dellinger will evoke the sacred unity of the universe, earth and human, and the celebration that is the interconnected cosmos.
Drew Dellinger (PhD candidate) is a poet, teacher, writer and speaker who has inspired minds and hearts around the world, performing poetry and keynoting on justice, ecology, cosmology and compassion. He is also a consultant, publisher, and founder of Planetize the Movement Press.
Source of Consciousness
Does evolution begin on big bang level?
Does evolution begin on the quarks level?
In our earthly world there is only one fundamental
particle - electron
Does evolution begin on the electronfs level?
Can an electron evolve?
Does an electron have consciousness ?
Energy is electromagnetic waves (em): E=h*f
Lorentz proved: there isnft em waves without Electron
It means the source of these em waves must be an Electron
The electron and the em waves they are physical reality
Can evolution of life begin on electronfs level?
Molecular biology & molecular evolution
Cosmology & cosmic evolution
If Universe evolve can electron evolve too ?
Does evolution of life begin on electron level ?
Origin of life is a result of physical laws that govern Universe
Electron takes important part in this work
Why does the simplest particle - electron have six formulas:
E=h*f e = +ah*c e = -ah*c +E=Mc^2 -E=Mc^2 E= ‡ ?
Why does electron obey five ( 5) Laws ?
a) Law of conservation and transformation energy/ mass
b) Maxwellfs equations
c) Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle / Law
d) Pauli Exclusion Principle/ Law
e) Fermi-Dirac statistics
Quote by Heinrich Hertz on Maxwell's equations:
"One cannot escape the feeling that these mathematical formulae
have an independent existence and an intelligence of their own,
that they are wiser than we are, wiser even than their discoverers,
that we get more out of them than was originally put into them."
Ladies and Gentlemen !
Electron is not as simple as we think and, maybe, he is wiser than we are.
Israel Sadovnik Socratus
But maybe these electrons are World,
where there are five continents:
and the memory of forty centuries.
/ Valery Brusov. /