New Edge Science Articles

Cancer: Shifting Our Perception

We’ve spent billions of dollars fighting it but has cancer been fundamentally misunderstood?Ever since Richard Nixon officially declared a war on cancer in 1971 through the signing of the National Cancer Act, more than $100 billion in t...

Chiropractic Philosophy and the New Science: An Emerging Unity

As a former medical school professor who currently lectures before chiropractors and chiropractic students, I must admit I am very perplexed about the intellectual foundation of chiropractic education. Major chiropractic colleges create an academic...

Has the Science Revolution of Our Times Just Begun?

In April, two open letters from Deepak Chopra and several highly acclaimed scientists, including Stuart Hameroff and Menas C. Kafatos, reprimanding TED’s removal of the talks by Graham Hancock (The War on Consciousness) and Rupert Sheldrake (The...

Also labeled: Author Will Gethin, Issue #39

The Science Delusion: Freeing the Spirit of Inquiry

The “scientific worldview” is supremely influential because science has been so successful. It touches all our lives through technology and through modern medicine. Our intellectual world has been transformed through an immense expansion of our...

A Radical Reality: Rethinking the Way We Live

To this day, quite possibly the most provocative, if not astounding, discovery of modern science remains relatively obscure to the general public. This is, perhaps, due to how greatly it shatters our myth of reality—and, subsequently, our...

Our Consciousness Journey

Astronaut Edgar Mitchell’s epiphany of oneness inspired him to explore the frontier of inner space: human consciousness. Forty years later, Mitchell’s research institute and Pathways readers are still blazing trails.Moon dust floated...

Collapsing the Wave: How Significant Moments Create New Realities That Shape Our Lives

One of the fundamental aspects of the weirdness of the quantum world is the fact that light has a somewhat schizophrenic nature. It has the capacity to exist either as a wave or a particle, a tendency referred to as wave/particle duality. This...

Pre- and Perinatal Experiences for Health and Healing

It has been nearly a century since pre- and perinatal psychology was introduced by Otto Rank, a student and colleague of Sigmund Freud. His slim book, The Trauma of Birth, was a gift to his mentor and friend in 1924. This birthday surprise detailed...

Why Consciousness Is Not the Brain

Physicist Freeman Dyson believes the cosmos is suffused with consciousness, from the grandest level to the most minute dimensions. If it is, why aren’t we aware of it? “We don’t know who first discovered water, but we can be sure that it wasn’...

Deep Wisdom: The Marriage of Science and Spirituality

During the last years of the Cold War, I had a front-row seat as a senior systems designer in the defense industry to one of the most frightening times in the history of the world, and the thinking that led to it. In the final years of the most...

Also labeled: Author Gregg Braden, Issue #35

Conscious Global Change From the Inside Out

The unsustainable condition of the human and the humanly impaired natural world constitutes a global emergency, and it calls for global-level cooperation to avert a global-level breakdown. Global-level cooperation is a new requirement in the...

The Quantum You: The Greatest Habit You Can Ever Break is the Habit of Being Yourself

When I think about all the books on creating the life we desire, I realize that many of us are still looking for approaches that are grounded in sound scientific evidence—methods that truly work. But already new research into the brain and body, t...

On Language Development Imagination Is More Important than Knowledge

From the seventh month in utero, before a child is born, every word the mother says brings about a muscular response in the infant. A word is just a vibration of sound, and each vibration is called a phoneme. From the very beginning, there is this...

Quantum Consciousness: Our Evolution, Our Salvation

I call it “quantum consciousness”: the consciousness we access when we use the potential of our quantumcomputer brains. The brain is a macroscopic quantum system, yet we use it as if it were exclusively a classical biochemical system. With its...

Also labeled: Author Ervin Laszlo, Issue #33

Science, Consciousness and—Dare I Say It?—God

Peter Russell, a fellow at the Institute of Noetic Science, was invited to give the opening speech at the First International Conference on Science and Consciousness, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in April 1999. His words still have relevance...

Understanding Why We Change

How do people change? How do they make significant and long-lasting shifts that affect every aspect of their lives? Learning something new, taking a different approach, or engaging with someone with a different perspective from your own can...

Gratitude: Upgrade Your Life

We are always self-creating. When we focus our consciousness toward gratitude, beauty and communion, we weave peace into our very cells. This isn’t just flowery sentiment; this comes from leading-edge research in the fields of positive psychology a...

The Nature of Dis-Ease

Sometimes, the body’s natural harmony breaks down, and we experience dis-ease, which is a reflection of the body’s inability to maintain normal control of its function-providing systems. Because behavior is created through the interaction of pro...

The World According to New-Edge Science

What does science say about this mind-over-matter stuff? That depends upon which science you ask. The science of conventional medicine tries to reassure us that none of the healing phenomena we describe in our book, Spontaneous Evolution,...

Healing Our Children with Attentional, Emotional, and Learning Challenges

There is an epidemic in our society. More and more children are being assigned more and more labels. These labels include attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), receptive and/or expressive language...