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1 year ago
Vanya
Thank you Susan for kind words. I read some books in my teens, from which those of Konrad Lorenz are still "scultured" in my mind. Happy New Year Ivano
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
Vanya
Quote Regarding our place in the Universe, we just might take ourselves too seriously! Well said Brett, well said. We must not forget what we are and from what we eveolvbed from: Primates. If we accept that, we will understand that we are just an infinitesimal part of Universe, and not the ones who want to explain and teach that we are a "Superior Being". What kind of Super
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
Vanya
Happy Bright, Nice and Prosperous New Year to you Michael. Ivano
Forum: Misc.
1 year ago
Vanya
Hi Philip, just read now your post (I'm in Europe as you may remember). First of all Happy New year, which just started today. Quote From my perspective, God, Nature, Tao, The Force, and more generally "that which we do not yet understand but feel the need to summarily rationalize" are all facets of the same stone. To me, as I affirmed yesterday on my reply to Ray, the "s
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
Vanya
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Vanya, > > Creationism is clearly a Christian belief, more of > a statement of faith than anything else--based on > shared Spiritual experiences. It answers the > "what" but not the "how." Hi Ray, to be more precise, "Creationism is not "only" Christian
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
Vanya
Thank you Eddie. Buon Anno anche a te ed ai tuoi cari (a Profitable -new- year to you and to your Dear Ones). And as you said in your post above to Aine: a good glass of wine and cheers for a happy New Year! Ivano
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
Vanya
Quote In short, we may not be so special after all. Yes we are not special, generally speaking, but a very dangerous specie for the balanced enviroments of this big ball on which we live, because we do not see what really we are doing: "destroing (to be read estinguish)" other living beings,... and.... "destroing (to be read estinguish)" the balanced forces which c
Forum: Inner Space
1 year ago
Vanya
Well a good application but...... as written at the end of the long article: ""It’s like a biomedical Big Brother. Happy New Year. Ivano
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Vanya
MichaelG Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What are your thoughts and conclusions on > intelligent design? I’ve been listening and > reading articles into this subject and would like > to know what you folks think about it. Human > origins is a fascinating topic. The so called "Intelligent design" (or briefly I.D.) is a religious ar
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
Vanya
Aine Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Oh dear. YES, indeed !!
Forum: Mysteries
1 year ago
Vanya
Tom, during my working life I have seen about 60% of the world, mainly for work and some for holidays. My researches brought also me in some place which I never have been and so seen. Internet is fantastic for that. I do hope you can realize your wishes. Just a little suggestion: before visit archaeologic sites try to read as much as possible about them. Then when you will be there you
Forum: Author of the Month
1 year ago
Vanya
Hi Duane, all my best wishes for a radical success of the treatments. Ivano
Forum: Misc.
1 year ago
Vanya
Hi Tom, Quote .....skip ......... He said that Stonehenge, which I've visited, is only a grave yard. It seems that bodies have been detected underground. Do you know anything about this? This article from New Scientist dated 29 May 2008 offer a very good analysis about. It is an interesting reading indeed: One of the last news about Stonehenge you can find on this article from
Forum: Author of the Month
1 year ago
Vanya
Quote The Eternal Bond between Earth and Heaven is an interesting statement. Did you create that saying, or did you find it somewhere? Both Tom. Actually during my researches about proto-history which brought me back till about 30 - 35.000 years ago, I realize that some findings and some very far away in the past symbols could have been associated to some Biblicals concept about bond of Go
Forum: Author of the Month
1 year ago
Vanya
Hi Tom, I concour wirh Eddie a great post Tom, it is essential and comprehensive in its content. Let me say that you in a very simple but easily understandable way you explained the "Eternal Bond between Earth and Heaven", with these statement: (bold is mine) Quote We are celebrating astronomical events, the oldest factors of these common celebration. The Pagans still conform t
Forum: Author of the Month
1 year ago
Vanya
Hi Kristin, Quote life itself created that oxygen atmosphere as a byproduct of photosynthesis. This abstract of what Hyman Hartman wrote is quite clear about: Quote The origin and evolution of photosynthesis is considered to be the key to the origin of life. This eliminates the need for a soup as the synthesis of the bioorganics are to come from the fixation of carbon dioxide and nitrogen. N
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Vanya
Hi Kristin, once again here both of us eh ? :)) Here what Prof David Lembo said, taken from an article on well know and appreciate newspaper "La Stampa" released Yesterday 20th December, which in part I translated in English for you: Quote What exactly does consist this already patented technological innovation which brought the project into the most important scientific pu
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Vanya
Merry Christmas (or if you prefer Happy Winter Solstice) to all. It seems that a good weapon has been realized to kill viruses, including HIV, by a Italo-Swiss team. Here is an excerp from News Mediacom dated 18.12.2017 - actually I have read the news from an Italian newspaper a couple of days ago, and now I found this one in English on a.m. web site: (bold is mine) Quote Using gold nano
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Vanya
Aine Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I've never been convinced they're all separate > species, either. Just different variations of Homo > sapiens. Yes Kristin, absolutely true and beyond any doubt. It is well evidenced in these discussions about Human origin, held many years ago in this Science and AOM sections: 1. March 05, 2011 - Virus an
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Vanya
QuoteThe man is a troll. And there are nowadays a lot like him. After posting I read an article on 2015 by him........ full of copy/paste from precedent ones. repetita iuvant a very old latin ..... lesson ! Ivano
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
Vanya
Thank you Ray, actually I did not read all posts.... my fault sorry and apologize. Ivano
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
Vanya
Hi Kristin, it is interesting what James E. Oberg, a former NASA space shuttle engineer and the author of 10 books on spaceflight who often debunks U.F.O. sightings said: “Lots of people are active in the air and don’t want others to know about it. They are happy to lurk unrecognized in the noise, or even to stir it up as camouflage.” excerpt from this article of The New York Times:
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
1 year ago
Vanya
Aine Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I remember that. > > There are so many Homo species at this point you > have to wonder if they aren't duplicating some. .LOL. could it be !?! Actually it comes to me that Evolution played a huge role "managing" DNA of so many species that nowadays we are in a big mess trying to well understand
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Vanya
Eh Susan, there are more to know as far as Homo Species. I'm referring to a "recent discovery" of human species fossil named Homo naledi: Quote Homo naledi is an extinct species of hominin, which anthropologists first described in 2015 and have assigned to the genus Homo.In 2013, fossil skeletons were found in the Gauteng province of South Africa, in the Rising Star Cave system,
Forum: Science & Space
1 year ago
Vanya
Dear Susana, here below is an article from Smithsonian dated on December 8th, of which I quote just a couple of pargraphes: Quote Little Foot, the Most Complete Australopithecus Fossil, Goes on Display After 20 years of excavation and cleaning, the 3.67-million year old hominin is ready for her closeup Since the discovery of the bones of the young hominin between 1994 and 1997 researchers
Forum: Science & Space
2 years ago
Vanya
Great, Great post Tom. A very superb lesson on how human being can improuve and made his life useful for other human beings and for himself too as well. Thank you ! Nice and bright day. Ivano
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
Vanya
Quote Famine in the third world is more often caused by corrupt governments depriving people of access to food, rather than food shortages. in Middle ages it was one of the main attitude of Kings (Rulers)to apply follows not written law: keep people hungry and ignorant if you want to reign/govern. Unfortunately it is still applied nowadays in the so called "Third World". Wha
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
Vanya
Susan / Kristin, at first forgive me if I entered in your "debate", but knowing both of you, I realized that between you might hapened a Misapprehension & Misunderstanding about the God question. Trying to better go into the question, I used the Oxford English Dictionary typing God. It comes out this: Quote noun 1. (in Christianity and other monotheistic religions) the
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
Vanya
Quote Instead of would above, I substitute could. Yest it is true and correct.... BUT... I, expressing an opinion, chosed to use a "polite" way. :)) Thank to you Brett !! Ivano
Forum: Inner Space
2 years ago
Vanya
Hi Brett, Quote Vanya, your claim that the only "right and clear" answer is a simple yes or no is a sort of dribbling of the issue IMHO. Humm.... let for a wile examine the original post of Susan: Quote The ancient Greeks believed in Zeus and that he was king of the gods. .....skip.... If you do not believe that Zeus ever existed, can you say why? I expect most people wou
Forum: Inner Space
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