This episode is a deep dive into the big questions of how to solve climate change in community and with morality. The Media Indigena also delve into the importance of having an ethical and meaningful scientific foundation because of its power in translating science to policy.
Dr. Sahtouris presents a new way of perceiving our economic and social systems, that is consistent with the interactive systems in Nature. Today’s energy globalization has to evolve into cooperativity, shared ownership and towards equitable distribution.
https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/8q89x4/dalai-lama-religion-without-quantum-physics-is-an-incomplete-picture-of-reality The Dalai Lama has always had a scientific mind, and advocates for a unity of science and philosophy. Who are we? How are we here? Are questions that can be examined through the integrative view of metaphysics, if we so wish to do so.
https://ratical.org/LifeWeb/Articles/AfterDarwin.pdf Dr. Elisabeth Sahtouris gives a framework for a new worldview, one that defines life as a divine evolutionary process. She suggests ways in which humans can evolve sustainably and more cooperatively.
This video merges science and consciousness, and describes the Universe as an intelligent self-organizing system in which everything stems from; thereby solving the “hard” problem of consciousness in science.