Posts Tagged: Native American wisdom

What Was Destroyed.

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What Was Destroyed.

In the blink of an eye, an entire people were slaughtered and an entire civilization was destroyed by American guns, soldiers, and unspeakable treachery. Not everything the Native American people did was noble or wonderful. They had their share of flaws, their share of violence, their share of cruelty. They also had their share of…
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The Metaphysical Implications of Constructal Theory

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By Rick McBride A principle has leaped out of thermodynamics so hot it’s bubbling up in other disciplines as a major law of physics, to wit: “This principle predicts natural configuration across the board: river basins, turbulence, animal design (allometry, vascularization, locomotion), cracks in solids, dendritic solidification, Earth climate, droplet impact configuration, etc.” Relax, this…
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