Biocentric Health of the Universe

“What is the role of your presence in this particular time and space?” I asked that question exactly two years ago today in a piece I curated¬†on Biocentrism. ¬†It’s¬†a theory that lends a unified view of the foundations of science by turning reality outside-in. ¬†In other words, it assumes the primacy of consciousness by asserting that¬†life creates the universe, rather than the other way around.

I can’t say the perspective is entirely “shocking” for me. ¬†Partially because I’m stimulated by ideas that¬†conjoin the camps of Science and Religion. I see them both as allies in ensuring the survival of our species. ¬†What’s cool about Biocentrism is that we can assume consciousness plays role in shaping our universe. ¬†Why is that cool? ¬†Well, in case you haven’t noticed, you’re a highly conscious mind with a brain unlike any other. ¬†I’d like to think you could make an impact.

You should know the key proponent of Biocentrism is¬†Robert Lanza, a stem cell researcher,¬†who has been so bold to turn the table on physics by suggesting that life doesn’t emerge from matter. ¬†Rather than keeping biology and physics separate, his model¬†combines them and places we, the observers, firmly in the equation.

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Swarm Creativity Framework

Business sustainability and collective intelligence

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Research in the natural and social sciences has shown this conception to be too narrow. Intelligence is a property of collectives. For the purposes of this paper, one takes a collective to be some entity distinguished as being non-atomic. Ant colonies, swarms, flocks or herds are examples among the non-human animals. Collectives of people may exhibit superior problem-solving capabilities than any of their most intelligent members. Even individual intelligence may be conceived as the intelligence of the collective of neurons that constitute one person’s brain.

Author(s): Paulo Garrido, (School of Engineering, Algoritmi Centre and Industrial Electronics Department, University of Minho, Guimar√£es, Portugal)
Citation: Paulo Garrido, (2009) “Business sustainability and collective intelligence”, Learning Organization, The, Vol. 16 Iss: 3, pp.208 – 222
Keywords: Business enterprise, Organizational theory, Sustainable development

Creativity is the primary asset in this framework.

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