Tame Bear on May 7th, 2015

Where will I be tonight? In my backyard, watching for that Russian ISS resupply cargo ship that went into an uncontrolled spin shortly after launch on April 28th. It is due to crash down somewhere on Earth tonight, and will be spiraling in like a fireball. It’s course is very erratic, but it will be […]

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Tame Bear on April 13th, 2014

FEEL the universe around you. Fall into the moment and let all your senses explore this now. When you’ve done that, slowly take your focus to the spot on earth where you are located, in this moment. Feel the whole earth, this amazing planet, splayed out around you. SEE how it is connected as one […]

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Tame Bear on October 9th, 2013

Isn’t it interesting, corresponding with the Congressional Blockade and Government Shutdown, there is a similar suppression and shutdown of government web sites that normally disseminate government information to the public. Specifically, over at nasa.gov where astronomical and space news is normally ongoing; that web site is shuttered. I noticed one brief mention in TheDenverChannel.com story […]

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Tame Bear on November 15th, 2012

In the following three videos, Dr. Lothar Shäfer of University of Arkansas delivers a presentation titled “Quantum Reality and the Importance of Consciousness in the Universe,” drawing a connection between our current scientific understanding of quantum physics and the role of non-dual, non-local conscious awareness. This presentation took place in Barcelos Portugal, in 2010. Shäfer begins […]

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Tame Bear on January 1st, 2012

Wow – all I can say is wow. What a fantastic review for “Oceans of Light: A Users Guide to the Multiverse” over at the iTunes Bookstore. “A thoroughly good read … Lucky for us he’s also a terrific writer!” It is especially heartwarming to know of the personal impact this book has had on […]

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Tame Bear on February 13th, 2011

What is reality? At its most fundamental level, reality is very strange. Subatomic particle physicists, theoretical quantum physicists, cosmologists, string theorists, and multiverse theory mathematicians are all working to get at the underlying truth of reality: How is all this we see around us formed from basic building blocks? What are the rules and forces […]

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Tame Bear on February 8th, 2011

Robert Anton Wilson presents the concept of “reality tunnels” to explain how intelligence is evolving by studying itself. Here are a few key points to watch for: “Knowledge wherever it’s discovered is traveling over the whole world faster and faster.” “Yoga is the science of the East. Science is the yoga of the West.” ~John […]

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Tame Bear on December 11th, 2010

You all know me — Tame Bear — a fun-loving, philosophy-talking, techie-science-spiritualist brown bear of the Internet. Most of you are surely aware that I am not a real bear. After all, how many bears do you know that talk, that write updates on their WordPress blog, that tell life stories on their own podcast? […]

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Tame Bear on November 15th, 2010

That’s the teaser for a live televised press conference at NASA scheduled for just a few hours from now — at 12:30pm EST. Something has been discovered by the Chandra X-ray Observatory. Science researchers who will be on hand to answer questions include: Jon Morse, director, Astrophysics Division, NASA Headquarters in Washington Kimberly Weaver, astrophysicist, […]

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Tame Bear on November 9th, 2010

In a remarkably well-articulated story by Huffington Post blogger Robert Lanza, we are given a tour of recent research and contemporary thought into the nature of time. From the paradox of motion passing through many moments of time (like individual frames in a movie); Heisenberg’s inevitable uncertainties as to location and direction of moving objects; to the […]

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