On March 22nd, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

What disturbs me most is the sloppy thinking, the near universal presumption that certain facts, which aren’t facts at all, are now inviolate and cannot be questioned.


On March 15th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

Dr Mitchell Yass is a man on a mission—to do nothing less than revolutionize orthopedic treatment, particularly when it comes to knee or hip replacements. And for good reason. As a physiotherapist specializing in curing pain, his Florida treatment office is the last-chance saloon for people who have tried everything—from painkillers and surgery to chiropractic, […]


On March 8th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

Amid all the near daily revelations about sexual predators, charges of racism deep political divisions that exists among political parties in America and Britain, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the concept of forgiveness.


On March 1st, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

The latest discoveries in science are overturning a century’s worth of scientific belief about genetics, evolution and the backbone of modern biology. As Bruce Lipton has made famous, the new science of epigenetics has been devoted to the study of how we are shaped not from within, but largely by forces outside ourselves, a subtle […]


On February 22nd, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

In the mid-eighties, John Cairns, a British-born geneticist at Harvard’s School of Public Health, carried out an experiment that would set off one of the largest arguments in modern biology.


On February 15th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

The whole of modern psychiatry rests on the platform that mental illness is, in fact, mental—a sickness that occurs in the brain. Nowhere is this more evident than with depression, a catch-all term used to describe individuals who are excessively sad, listless and lacking in the will to carry on with life as usual.


On February 8th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

A mosaic of influences — religious, political, economic, scientific, and philosophical — writes the story that we live by, but the main author is science. Science tells us who we are and from there we determine how we’re supposed to live. And much of science and ‘enlightened thinking’ from the 1700s to date has described […]


On February 1st, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

Since the millennium, commentators of every variety have been trying to get a handle on the collective significance of the continuous crises besetting us in modern times: banking crises, terrorist crises, political crises, sovereign-debt crises, climate-change crises, energy crises, food crises, ecological crises, manmade and otherwise.


On January 25th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

Henderson, the second largest city in Clark County, Nevada, has been burdened with heavy expectation ever since former President John F. Kennedy, in a throwaway comment, referred to the then sparsely populated upstart — a stone’s throw from Las Vegas — as a “city of destiny.”


On January 18th, 2019 by Lynne McTaggart

A few years ago, I wrote why I won’t be participating in a Moonwalk for breast cancer, and worth saying it again. All across the world people are lining up to do the Walk the Walk Moonwalk—in May in the UK, in November in New York. The ads have been on the radio, making the […]

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