23 MAR 2013 by ideonexus

 The Sense of Wonder is Mindfulness

Childhood is Naturally Mindful > Similarity > The Fairest Thing We Can Experience is the Mysterious
Children are naturally mindful because they are in love with the world, scientists maintain that sense of wonder into adulthood.
Folksonomies: wonder mindfulness
Folksonomies: wonder mindfulness
01 JAN 2012 by ideonexus

 Carl Sagan's Big History Told as a Fable of Our Origins

Big History as a Fable > Time Sequence > Big History as a Fable Part II
Parts I and II of his retelling of our origins.
01 SEP 2011 by ideonexus

 World More Beautiful Through Science

Richard Feynman on Science > Similarity > Rainbow More Beautiful Through Science
Richard Feynman and Mark Akenside both describe how a scientific understanding of the world increases our appreciation of it.
12 JUN 2011 by ideonexus

 If Seeing the Stars was a Rarity

If the Stars Only Came Out One Night in 1,000 Years > Similarity > If We Only Saw the Stars One Night Every 100 Years
Emerson and Carson both imagine a world where the stars are not something perpetually overhead, where humanity would not take them so easily for granted.
23 MAY 2011 by ideonexus

 Science Requires Effort

Enjoying Science Requires Effort > Emphasis > Reading the Music of Science
You must learn the language of science and love nature to enjoy and appreciate it.
Folksonomies: science education wonder
Folksonomies: science education wonder