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Biologie – Neue Biologie

 

Rosa Luciano del Bufalo

Biologie wird im 21. Jahrhundert den heutigen Rang von Chemie und Physik einnehmen.
John Naisbitt (*1929) US-amerikanischer Trendforscher, Chinaexperte, Megatrends, Warner Books, 1982


 

Zitate zum Thema Neue Biologie / New Biology

Zitate allgemein

Zukunftsaussichten

 

  • Die nächsten zwanzig Jahre werden das Zeitalter der Biologie sein, in der Art, wie die letzten zwanzig Jahre das Zeitalter der Mikroelektronik waren. John Naisbitt (*1929) US-amerikanischer Trendforscher in Europa und China, Autor, Megatrends, Warner Books, October 1982

Blick von Finsterwald auf den Äbnistettenflue,
Entlebuch, Schweiz
  • Manche werden jetzt denken: Will er damit etwa sagen, dass die Menschen Gott sind? Ja, das will ich damit sagen. Natürlich bin ich nicht der Erste, der das behauptet. Es steht schon im Buch Genesis, dass wir nach dem Bilde Gottes erschaffen wurden. Hilfe, jetzt zitiert dieser einstige Weißkittel und Rationaldenker sogar noch die Bibel und Jesus, Buddha und Rumi. Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. (*1944) US-amerikanischer neuer Zellbiologe, medizinische Fakultät Universität von Wisconsin, Dozent, Autor, Intelligente Zellen. Wie Erfahrungen unsere Gene steuern, S. ?, Koha Verlag, 1. August 2006

 

 

  • Darwin verallgemeinerte das Bevölkerungsgesetz, das der Ökonom Thomas Malthus bereits 1798 aufgestellt hatte: Nicht nur der Mensch, auch alle anderen Arten brächten mehr Nachkommen hervor als überleben können. "Natural selection" bezeichnete Darwin den Mechanismus schon im Titel seines Buches, genauer: "Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life". "Mir ist, als gestünde ich einen Mord ein", schrieb Darwin im Brief an einen Freund. In der Tat, in den Augen vieler Zeitgenossen war es schlimmer als ein Mord. Der Mensch sollte – ohne den besonderen Schöpfungsakt, von dem die Bibel erzählt – aus dem Tierreich hervorgegangen sein, populär ausgedrückt: vom Affen abstammen. Eine Schändung der Menschenwürde und ein Attentat gegen den Schöpfergott. Nicht dass der Darwinismus mit dem christlichen Gottesglauben grundsätzlich unvereinbar gewesen wäre; aber er bot die Möglichkeit, sich die Entwicklung des Lebens auch ohne eine solche planende Intelligenz vorzustellen. Josef Tutsch, "Mir ist, als gestünde ich einen Mord ein". Vor 200 Jahren wurde Charles Darwin geboren, präsentiert von Magazin Scienzz.de, Wissenschaftsgeschichte, 10. Februar 2009

Zitate von Elisabet Sahtouris

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Kooperierende Zellverbände sind Vorläufer [Entsprechungen] des erdumspannenden Netzwerkens.

  • Jede menschliche Zelle ist ein Kollektiv der uralten früher lebenden Bakterien-Typen. [...] In der Welt vor zwei Milliarden Jahren gab es nur Bakterien. Der Wandel von einem sehr ausbeuterischen, zerstörerischen Verhalten zu einer kooperativen Lebensweise im Bakterienverband [Zellen mit Zellkernen] ist eine wunderbare Parallele zu dem, was in der heutigen Welt der Menschen vor sich geht.
    Interview mit Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) griechisch-amerikanische post-Darwinsche kreationistische Evolutionsbiologin, Fördererin des Intelligent Design (ID), Pastistin/Futuristin, ehemalige UN-Beraterin, An Interview with Elisabet Sahtouris, präsentiert von Telic Thoughts, Scott London, August 2007   Link entfernt

 

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Siehe auch:

Zwei Versionen der Darwinschen Evolutionstheorie – David Loye

  • Die Darwinsche Geschichtsschreibung bezieht sich nur auf die jugendliche Wachstumsphase. [...] Nachhaltige Zukunftsfähigkeit tritt in Kraft, sobald Spezies lernen, einander zu nähren, statt einander zu bekämpfen.
    Eigeninteresse ist gut, so lange es sich innerhalb des Eigeninteresses der Gemeinschaft bewegt.
    Was wir nun benötigen, ist Glokalisierung.Miteinander können wir es in die Tat umsetzen.
    YouTube Videovortrag von Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) griechisch-amerikanische post-Darwinsche kreationistische Evolutionsbiologin, Fördererin des Intelligent Design (ID), Pastistin/Futuristin, ehemalige UN-Beraterin, After Darwin [Nach Darwin], Teil 1 von 3, 9:26 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 30. August 2012

General quotes

Future prospects

  • I have no doubt that in reality the future will be vastly more surprising than anything I can imagine. Now my own suspicion is that the universe is not only queerer than we suppose, but queerer than we can suppose.   John B.S. Haldane (1892-1964) British evolutionary biologist, geneticist, developer of Haldane's Law as an extension of Murphy's Law, Possible Worlds and Other Papers, section "On Being the Right Size", S. 286, 1927
  • Biology is in a conundrum full of ideas that can't be scientifically proven, quantum thinking solves such problems as fossil gaps and the huge amount of new life after a catastrophe. Audio interview with Amit Goswami, Ph.D. (*1936) Indian US American professor emeritus of nuclear physics, University of Oregon (1968-1997), quantum cosmologist, author, God is Not Dead, presented by suspended US American web radio station Beyond the Ordinary, hosts Nancy Lorenz and Elena Young, 60 minutes duration, aired 1. May 2008

 

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Pasteur's avowal on his deathbed

  • The terrain is everything. The microbe is nothing. Louis Pasteur [Father of microbiology] (1822-1895) French chemist, physician, microbiologist, source unknown

 

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Period of 'global graxxing'

  • The ethical veracity of what we do as a planet now is under scrutiny. We are in a period of ‘global graxxing’, a biological term that, according to Rupert Sheldrake, describes the action of individual bacteria or slime mold or humans, anything coming together as an intelligent community to address a challenge that cannot be resolved alone. Our task is to animate the most desirable story and spiral it forth into the memesphere. Caroline Casey, US American visionary activist astrologer, presented by US radio station KPFA Coyote Network, MP3, aired 5. January 2012

 


The characteristics of living things

 

  • The academic world is like a fundamentalist priesthood in some respect. [...] It had always be very intolerant with people who disagree with it or dissent from it are called dissenters. [...]
    Even though I was a radical academic [developing new scientific ways of understanding] I would say that 98% of the things we teach in university are probably useless including the things that I taught. [...] My department at the university basically handed me out. I decided not to fight it because I knew I could do more things outside than I could inside. I cofounded the Institute of Science in Society in order to recover good science for the public good because there is far too much bad science that only serves corporations, corporate profit and has no precautionary principle and doesn't look at the risks involved and it's really really dangerous. Video interview with Dr. Mae-Wan Ho (*1941) Hong Kong geneticist, biophysicist, critic of genetic engineering, director of the Institute of Science in Society, Consciousness, Connectivity, and Integral Models, [[http://archive.is/WEOFO|archived part 2, presented by Global Lens, Channels.com, host Ashok Gangadean, Ph.D. (*1953) Indian professor of philosophy, department chair, Haverford College, co-convenor of the World Commission on Global Consciousness and Spirituality, recorded ~2006/2007

 

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Enhanced supermice

  • 500 transgenic enhanced "mighty mice," known as PEPCK-Cmus mice are produced. They run for six hours (5 or 6 kilometers), eat 60 percent more than standard mice, remain fit and trim, are actually smaller, procreate later, live longer. Case Western develops superstrong mice, presented by the US American media website CNET, Michael Kanellos, staff writer, 2. November 2007

Quotes by Bruce Lipton

Microorganisms formed a living cell compound after phases of extreme self-interest, followed by pollution and hunger. Challenged with the current world wide ecological and social crisis the outer macro world can adopt the proceedings of the inner micro world.


  • Conventional medicine works with the iron filings, whereas a deeper form of healing would attempt to influence the magnetic field. Most doctors don't see the field, so they're trying to figure out the relationship between the filings without even trying to incorporate the energy field in which they exist. Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. brucelipton.com (*1944) US American developmental new cellular biologist, former associate professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, presaged the field of epigenetics [mechanism by which nurture controls nature], lecturer, author, cited in: Arjuna Ardagh, The Translucent Revolution, New World Lib, 15. June 2005

 

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Reductionistic scientists ignore "exceptions".

  • In fact, my last published research articles at Stanford University Medical School were delayed for almost a year until all those involved in the studies fully accepted the results and agreed on the interpretation of these unusual experiments. Even though they were intimately involved with these studies, the more conventional scientists in the group chose to ignore the results and consider them to be an "exception" to the established beliefs. Unfortunately, scientific principles cannot have "exceptions," If a principle has exceptions, it simply means the assumed belief is incomplete or incorrect! 3-part interview with Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. brucelipton.com (*1944) US American developmental new cellular biologist, former associate professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, presaged the field of epigenetics [mechanism by which nurture controls nature], lecturer, author, presented by Planeta Magazine, Mônica Tarantino, Eduardo Araia, issue 328, May 2008

 

  • Every cell is an intelligent organism. You can remove it from the body, put it into a Petri dish and it will manage its own life: handle the environment, grow, reproduce and form communities with other cells. In the human body we are dealing with a vast community of cells working together in harmony. In a culture dish, cells behave as individual entities. However, in a body cells act as a community; individuals really cannot do whatever they want because then the coherence of the group will fall apart. Therefore, when cells come together in a community they acquire a central intelligence that is involved with coordinating the activity of the individual cells in the group. The cells actually defer to the higher order of that central voice. A human organism is a community of upwards of fifty trillion cells operating in unison and harmony, trying to conform to the requests and demands of that central voice. And it is the central voice that acquires and learns the perceptions that we must deal with throughout our lives.

    There are three sources of life-controlling perceptions.
    1. Source number one is genetics, which provides for instincts common to all humans, basic things such as automatically pulling your hand out of the fire.
    2. A second set of perceptions is derived from the subconscious mind, the part that controls all the functions we don't have to think about. Once you learn how to walk, the program to control walking becomes part of the subconscious mind. You just have to have the intention of walking and the brain will coordinate the behavior.
    3. The third source of perceptions is from the conscious mind. The conscious mind can rewrite any of the subconscious programs you acquired and you can even go back and change the genetic activity. The conscious mind is unique because it can change an entire history of perceptions in order to engage in different behaviors and life styles.
Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. brucelipton.com (*1944) US American developmental new cellular biologist, former associate professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, presaged the field of epigenetics [mechanism by which nurture controls nature], lecturer, author, The Biology of Belief. Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & Miracles, subheading The Wisdom of Your Cells, page 1, Hay House, revised edition 2008

 

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References to:

Liboff 2004; Goodman and Bank 2002; Sivitz 2000; Jin, et al., 2000; Blackman, et al., 1993; Rosen 1992, Blank 1992; Tsong, 1989; Yen-Patton et al., 1988

  • Hundreds upon hundreds of other scientific studies over the last fifty years have consistently revealed that "invisible forces" of the electromagnetic spectrum profoundly impact every facet of biological regulation. These energies include microwaves, radio frequencies, the visible light spectrum, extremely low frequencies, acoustic frequencies, and even a newly recognized form of force called scalar energy. Specific frequencies and patterns of electromagnetic radiation regulate DNA, RNA and protein syntheses; alter protein shape and function; and control gene regulation, cell division, cell differentiation, morphogenesis, (the process by which cells assemble into organs and tissues), hormone secretion, and nerve growth and function. Each one of these cellular activities is a fundamental behavior that contributes to the unfolding of life. Though these research studies have been published in some of the most respected mainstream biomedical journals, their revolutionary findings have not been incorporated into medical school curriculum. Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. brucelipton.com (*1944) US American developmental new cellular biologist, former associate professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, presaged the field of epigenetics [mechanism by which nurture controls nature], lecturer, author, The Biology of Belief. Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & Miracles, Hay House, revised edition 2008

Quotes by Elisabet Sahtouris

Personal avowals


Daisy chain
  • It occurred to me that life seemed to be much too intelligent to proceed in its evolution by accident. I kind of stuck my neck out ten years ago by saying that. I thought that probably genetic errors were repaired. Arthur Koestler had some similar ideas, I believe, he was one of my sources for these ideas. Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, source unknown, date unknown

 

Conclusion

  • We in modern society are seeing signs of a fundamental change in the way we understand ourselves and the way we relate to the universe. Willis Harman (1918-1997) US American engineer, social scientist, visionary futurist, director of the Educational Policy Research Center, Stanford Research Institute (SRI), consultant to the White House, involved in LSD research on behalf of the CIA, president of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, California, author, Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, Biology Revisioned, North Atlantic Books, 1. July 1998
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The perceptual triad regarding the origin of life

1. Non-teleological perspective: Life is an accident.
2. Two primary schools of thought of the Teleological Perspective
2a) Design from Beyond (God or ETI)
2b) Design from Within (Self-Creation)

  • When the scientists decided that they didn't need God in their worldview, they eliminated God from their Cartesian worldview but kept the idea of an array of mechanisms. Now how do you explain the origin of mechanisms without a creator? By definition, a machine cannot exist without a creator. If they are there and couldn't have been assembled on purpose by an intentional creator, the only alternative is to say they came together by accident. So you got these bizarre theories that literally say that if enough parts of a Boeing 747 blow around in a whirlwind in a junkyard eventually one will assemble itself. This is going to appear to us as perhaps the most bizarre and perhaps harebrained concepts of how things work that has ever been proposed in the history of the world. And I think it will be seen that way in the very near future, because it is fundamentally an illogical point of view. The problem was that they thought you had to choose between God, the purposeful inventor, and accident. We had no theory of self-creation [as by Chilean biologists Humberto Maturana and Francisco Varela] as a perfectly natural, biological, universal event. Now we do [Intelligent Design], so we don't have to invoke either hypothesis. Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, source unknown, date unknown

 

  • Intelligent Design (ID) exists at the interface of Design Beyond and Design Within. By focusing on design, and not the designer, ID bridges these two schools, providing points of commonality. [Paraphrased]   Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, source unknown, date unknown

 

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On Darwin's evolutionary theory

  • I think Darwin's theory was good for its time, but remember that its time was within a mechanical worldview framework. To me Darwin's theory is a very mechanical one in which you have "accidents" occur (remember, we talked earlier about explaining a natural world of machinery by accidental development – so that notion was around). Then the "accidental" variations in the genetic material is shaped by the environment, which Darwin saw as a kind of template. If the cogs of these accidents fit into the wheels of the environment, then it would survive and the machine would run on; and if it didn't then it would die out, it would be inappropriate. Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, source unknown, date unknown

 


Animal cell structure
  • The Darwinian story only goes to the adolescent part. [...] Sustainability happens when species learn to feed each other instead of to fight each other. YouTube video presentation by Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, After Darwin, part 1 of 3, 9:26 minutes duration, posted 30. August 2012

 

  • Selfinterest is good as long as it is contained by the selfinterest of a community. […] What we need now is glocalization. YouTube video presentation by Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, After Darwin, part 2 of 3, 8:40 minutes duration, posted 30. August 2012

 

  • Now the geneticists are becoming aware of this at a microscopic level. We can look at what is happening with the relationship of proteins and genes and cell membranes and all that, and it looks very much as if life does not proceed by accident but by design. […] [T]he nucleus is really a giant library of genes accumulated throughout evolution which can be drawn on under stress. Creatures such as sharks or cockroaches are very well-adapted and don't need to change (I call them bicycles in a jet-age because they still function very well although other species have gone on with totally different paths of evolution). In other words, life changes itself only when it needs to. It knows how to conserve what works well and change what doesn't work well. That is why you get very uneven evolution, not as in Darwinian theory which would predict a very even rate of accident and even rate of evolution for all species. We certainly know that that is not true and no geneticist today would uphold the ideas of Darwin completely.
    Interview with Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, An Interview with Elisabet Sahtouris, presented by Telic Thoughts, Scott London, August 2007   Link deleted

 

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Evolution went from simple to complex forms.

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Cooperating cells are corresponding with global networking.

Simple cells – selfprocreating (prokaryotes) – exist since 4 billion years.
Complex cells – (eukaryotes) procreating by nuclear division, mitosis – exist since 2 billion years.
en.Wikipedia: Timeline of evolution
See also: Basic timeline of evolution on Earth

  • Each one of our cells is a collective of ancient formerly living bacterial types. [...] In the world two billion years ago there were only bacteria. The shift from a very exploitative, destructive lifestyle to this lifestyle of cooperation among bacteria [nucleated cells] is a wonderful parallel to what is going on in the human world today. Interview with Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, An Interview with Elisabet Sahtouris, presented by Telic Thoughts, Scott London, August 2007   Link deleted

 

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Compassion for strangers is beneficial for evolution.

  • In however complex a manner compassion [sympathy] may have originated as it is one of high importance to all those animals which aid and defend one another it will have been increased through natural selection for those communities which included the greatest number of the most compassionate [sympathetic] members would flourish best and rear the greatest number of offspring. Charles Darwin (1809-1882) English naturalist, author of the biological theory of evolution, The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, S. 130, 1871

 

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Errors of modern economy

The misguided, unnatural approach toward its systemic self, the planet, and humanity of Western economy is justified with four shortsighted scientific publications by biologist Charles Darwin and physicist Rudolf Clausius.

  • You cannot have a healthy global economy at the expense of local economies. [...] If any level is missing something, is not healthy, the whole of the system will be unhealthy, just as it would be in your body.
    Capitalism tends to sacrifice community to individual interests while communism tended to sacrifice individual interests to community. That's why it fell apart first. Neither is a sustainable system. It only works when we have healthy living economies that ensure selfinterest at all levels of holarchy.
    Crisis has always been opportunity for nature. In fact, nature doesn't do our either-ors. It's either this way or that way. Nature is both-and. It's competitive AND it's cooperative. It's profoundly conservative when things are working well and gets radically creative when they don't work. [...]
    Nature has been doing economics [resources, production, distribution, consumption, recycling] for billions of years and may have something to teach us about it. Unfortunately, our economic theory is based more on a kind of Darwinian psychology of selfinterest only in the form of selfishness. My gain at your expense, win-loose economics. We need to get over that and integrate the two sides of competition and cooperation keeping the creativity, even keeping friendly competition as long as it isn't hostile. We cannot separate ecology [interest of group, bigger whole] from economy [selfinterest] because they are both about how you run the household. What we really need now is ecosophy […] wisdom economics. Video key note presentation by Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, Nature's ecosophy 2, minute 13:45, 14:44 minutes duration, Nature's ecosophy 1, minute 0:00, 13:05 minutes duration, sponsored by Ethical Fashion Symposium, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 2010, YouTube film, posted 7. June 2011

 


Ripe blue and green figs
  • After a feisty competitive billion-year youth, the nucleated microbial cells built multi-celled creatures as cooperatives in the last quarter of evolution. It is cheaper to feed your enemies than to kill them. YouTube video presentation by Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, East and West in our Global Family, presented by TEDTalks TEDxMarrakesh, minute 10:33, 19:14 minutes duration, posted 13. October 2011

 

  • The sun is setting on the Age of Empire (competition mode) and rising on the Age of Global Family (cooperation mode).
    Yang: Youthful competition, control/order, mine/yours, monoculture, fear in scarcity,
    Yin: Mature cooperation, messiness/mystery, we/ours, diversity/creativity, love in abundance.
    YouTube video presentation by Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, East and West in our Global Family, presented by TEDTalks TEDxMarrakesh, minute 15:43, 19:14 minutes duration, posted 13. October 2011

 

  • The hot age is coming. And it's the beginning of a new civilisation. YouTube video interview / presentation by Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, ''Be The Change 2006' 5:41 minutes duration, posted 31. October 2011

 

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Global crisis – birth of a new paradigm:

Shifting from competition mode to cooperative mode
Shifting from empire to global family

  • The human species at present is at a very big transition point where we are moving from an adolescent phase of competition into a mature phase of cooperation. And this is happening at a global scale. Now we are reaching the limits of our economic growth, the expansion of our adolescence, and we realize that something has to be done differently. Now we can see that we are at the end of empire and at the beginning of global family. That's the maturation point when you see that it's cheaper to feed your enemies than to kill them. We will shift into the cooperative mode.
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Selfishness followed by altruism

Life in its beginning is selfish. The core of that life energy is survival. In order to survive it has to get. The core of the ego is to get because it doesn’t have a source of energy within itself. The quality of the ego is primarily self-interest, up to consciousness level 200. At 200 there is a major change from selfishness to altruism. Interview with Dr. David R. Hawkins, Power vs. Force, presented by US magazine In Light Times, Kathryn M. Brinkley, November 2004

 

We are like all the other species before us that had to be driven by the crisis into the cooperation. [They] have gone through the same maturation cycle until they learned that it's cheaper to feed your enemy [competitor] than to kill them. When that discovery is made in evolution then it's possible to move into the mature cooperative phase where you don't have enemies anymore and you can use your creativity to make life better for everybody.

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Three phases of competitive empires: Emperor held – National – Corporate

Humans had about 100,000 years of living together tribally before the modern age. During that 100,000 years humans learned to cooperate at the family and tribal level within their local eco systems where they behaved very cooperatively with each other and with other species. But eventually they formed a larger collective which produced cities and empire building starting about 6,000 years ago. That became a new phase where the empires were in the competitive mode. [We went from emperor held empires to national empires to corporate empires.] Now we are in the third phase of the empire building which is as always in the same juvenile mode, highly creative, highly competitive.
We are still in juvenile mode where capitalism is at work and profits from war materials and rebuilding overriding the considerations of peace. We don't make the peace yet, but that's what we have to do next.
We have a very mature economy in our bodies where the money is free [on a cellurar level]. Our banking system in the global economy was set up precisely to concentrate wealth. It's a debt money system. It issues money only as debt. Now many humans see that this is an end game. It is a Monopoly game. And there are other games we can play.
People are beginning to see that self-sufficiency at the local level is what's needed on the local level until the big system collapses and we can all get together through the Internet and figure out ways to help each other to cooperate globally.
Video interview / presentation by Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, Entre la biologia i l econo [Between biology and economy], presented by Ments obertes, University of Catalonia UOC, recorded in Barcelona, September 2011, YouTube film, 10:25 minutes duration, posted 20. November 2011

Englische Texte – English section on New Biology

Basic timeline of evolution on Earth

Basic timeline of evolution on Earth spans a period of 4.6 billion years
Creation started 13.7 billion years ago and is still going on. Creation is a continuous evolution.
Biblical fundamentalists believe that creation happened six thousand years ago.
༺༻Approximate time periodEmergence ofLegend
1.4 billion yearsSimple cellsProkaryotes
Asexually selfprocreating
2.3 billion yearsCyanobacteriaPerforming photosynthesis
3.2 billion yearsComplex cellsEukaryotesMitosis
Reproducing by nuclear division
4.1 billion yearsMulticellular lifeSexually procreating
5.600 million yearsSimple animals 
6.570 million yearsArthropodsAncestors of insects, arachnids and crustaceans
7.550 million yearsComplex animals 
8.500 million yearsFish and proto-amphibians 
9.475 million yearsLand plants 
10.400 million yearsInsects and seeds 
11.360 million yearsAmphibians 
12.300 million yearsReptiles 
13.200 million yearsMammals 
14.150 million yearsBirds 
15.130 million yearsFlowers 
16.66 million years agoNon-avian dinosaursExtinction of species
17.20 million yearsFamily HominidaeGreat apes
18.2.5 million yearsGenus HomoHuman predecessors
19.200,000 yearsHuman beingsAnatomically modern humans
20.25,000 years agoNeanderthalsExtinction of species
21.13,000 years agoHomo floresiensisDisappearance of species from the fossil record
Source: ► en.Wikipedia entry Timeline of evolution

 

Links zum Thema Neue Biologie / New Biology

Veranstaltungshinweise

Literatur

Literature (engl.)

Wikipedia entry: The Secret Life of Plants, plant research in 1960ies with polygraphs by Cleve Backster (1924-2013) US American polygraph scientist experimenting with biocommunication in plant and animal cells in the 1960s, developer of the theory of primary perception, director of the Backster School of Lie Detection in San Diego, California

Nonverbal communication with animals and interconnectedness

Charles Darwin's evolutionary theory through natural selection, random mutation, and gradual, step-by-step route fails to account for the origin of irreducibly complex biomolecular systems like blood clotting; cilia; the human immune system; transport of materials within the cell; synthesis of nucleotides (building blocks of DNA).

Christian scientist Francis S. Collins, head of the Human Genome Project, confirms the validity of faith.

Collins: Science is not threatened by God; it is enhanced.
God is most certainly not threatened by science; He made it all possible.

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Mythos 3: Nicht der Beste gewinnt, sondern alle helfen einem.  



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  • Artikel Die Biologie des Glaubens. Eltern als Gen-Ingenieure, präsentiert von der deutschen grenzwissenschaftlichen Zeitschrift NEXUS Magazin, Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. (*1944) US-amerikanischer neuer Zellbiologe, medizinische Fakultät Universität von Wisconsin, Dozent, Autor, Heft 5, Juni/Juli 2005

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Audio- und Videolinks

Audio and video links (engl.)

On the interconnecting God code of unity in human DNA

  • The God Code, part 1 of 3, YouTube film, 10:18 minutes duration, posted 27. October 2010
  • The God Code, part 2 of 3, YouTube film, 10:18 minutes duration, posted 27. October 2010
  • The God Code, part 1 of 3, YouTube film, 8:48 minutes duration, posted 27. October 2010

Audio and video links (engl.) – Cleve Backster

On plant research by Cleve Backster (1924-2013) US American polygraph scientist experimenting with biocommunication in plant and animal cells in the 1960s

  • Video documentation on and by Cleve Backster (1924-2013) US American polygraph scientist experimenting with biocommunication in plant and animal cells in the 1960s, developer of the theory of primary perception, director of the Backster School of Lie Detection in San Diego, California, Primary Perception, YouTube film, 13:45 minutes duration, posted 15. January 2011

Audio and video links (engl.) – Bruce Lipton

  • Video presentation by Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. brucelipton.com (*1944) US American developmental new cellular biologist, former associate professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, presaged the field of epigenetics [mechanism by which nurture controls nature], lecturer, author, The Four Myth Perceptions of the Apocalypse, Spiritube clip, 6:28 minutes duration, unknown date
  • Audio interview with Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. brucelipton.com (*1944) US American developmental new cellular biologist, former associate professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, presaged the field of epigenetics [mechanism by which nurture controls nature], lecturer, author, Biology of our Belief], MP3s, 4 parts, presented by Alternative Talk Radio, Windows to Self-Discovery, host Linda Woods, aired 17. March / 26. September 2007   Link deleted
  • Video presentation by Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. brucelipton.com (*1944) US American developmental new cellular biologist, former associate professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, presaged the field of epigenetics [mechanism by which nurture controls nature], lecturer, author, presented by Spirit 2000 Inc., YouTube film
  • Audio interview with Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. brucelipton.com (*1944) US American developmental new cellular biologist, former associate professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, presaged the field of epigenetics [mechanism by which nurture controls nature], lecturer, author, Spontaneous Evolution, presented by Empowered Living Radio, presented by Blogtalkradio ABT show, host Steve Maraboli, ~75 minutes duration, 1. October 2009

Audio and video links (engl.) – Elisabet Sahtouris

Audios and videos on New Biology by Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant
TypeOfferingTitleSponsor ♦
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Minutes durationRelease date
AudioInterviewGlobalization and the Introduction of an Integral ViewIntegral Naked, host Stuart Davis60:0012. March 2007
YouTube videoPresentationAfter Darwin, part 1 of 3
After Darwin, part 2 of 3
After Darwin, part 3 of 3
Analogy about natural metamorphosis; "Together we can make it happen."
Recorded ~April 20079:26
8:40
3:39
30. August 2012
YouTube videoPresentationConfessions of a Creationist Evolution Biologist
part 1 of 5
part 2 of 5
part 3 of 5
part 4 of 5
part 5 of 5
What is Enlightenment magazine, series Voices From The Edge, London10:55
9:58
10:23
10:44
4:03
2. May 2009
YouTube videoInterviewEarthdance, part 1 of 6
Earthdance, part 2 of 6
Earthdance, part 3 of 6
Earthdance, part 4 of 6
Earthdance, part 5 of 6
Earthdance, part 6 of 6
Conscious.TV, host Iain McNay, British chairman of the independent record label Cherry Red9:32
9:13
9:26
10:00
6:25
6:33
27. October 2009
AudioPresentationLessons from Evolution: Learning to Walk in the Rhythm of Life, MP3, StreamIntegral Enlightenment, Awakening the Impulses to Evolve series, host Craig Hamilton60:0028. February 2010
YouTube videoInterviewDVD excerpt Holistic BiologyThinking Allowed (PBS), host Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D.9:2531. August 2010
YouTube videoKey note presentationNature's ecosophy
Nature's ecosophy
Ethical Fashion Symposium, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 201014:44
13:05
7. June 2011
YouTube videoPresentationCelebrating Crises: Nature's Keys to EvolutionTEDxTalks Hamburg, Hamburg, 24. May 201119:1129. June 2011
YouTube videoPresentationEast and West in our Global FamilyTEDTalks TEDxMarrakesh19:1413. October 2011
YouTube videoInterview / presentationBe The Change 2006
on the challenge of global warming / climate change
 5:4131. October 2011
YouTube videoInterview / presentationEntre la biologia i l econo [Between biology and economy]Ments obertes, University of Catalonia UOC, Barcelona, September 201110:2520. November 2011
Vimeo videoInterview / presentation2011-10-30 FF Elisabet SahtourisNapa, California 34:066. December 2011
Vimeo videoInterview / presentationThe Universe as a Living System – The Future of Western Civilisation No.12Host Dr. Nicholoas Beecroft, British consultant psychiatrist58:1124. June 2012
YouTube videoPresentationHow can Self, Spirit and Society Thrive in a Context of Collapse?
Getting humans back into balance with nature and our societies and cultures
Science And Nonduality (SAND), scienceandnonduality, The Netherlands, 20126:4327. August 2012
AudioInterviewBack into Balance MP3Progressive Radio Network PRN.FM, program The Gary Null Show, host Gary Null (*1945)Starting minute 37:20, 64:2521. December 2012
YouTube videoPresentationNature of Perception / Perception of NatureScience And Nonduality (SAND13 Europe), scienceandnonduality, Dorn, The Netherlands, 201354:3131. August 2013
YouTube videoInterview
Documentary
Elisabet Sahtouris InterviewMoney & Life, Stormclous Media1:04:50 25. September 2013

 

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