Sunday, December 4, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

Intelligent Design in Nature and Humanity's Purpose with Dr. Zach Bush

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From the carbon cycle to our feminine and masculine forms, the universe naturally organizes itself into incredibly complex yet beautifully harmonious systems. What does the innate intelligence of nature tell us about our purpose as humans here on Earth? In answering that question, Zach and Jeff follow light energy from the sun to human cells — and even into black holes.

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8 thoughts on “Intelligent Design in Nature and Humanity's Purpose with Dr. Zach Bush
  1. I was raised in a Buddhist religious family. When I went to college I took several classes in Buddhism theory. I later realized that Buddhism theory of existence is very similar to theoretical physic.

  2. So much of what you're discussing is reflected in the Jewish mystical tradition. Just the name we use for Gd in Hebrew is an amalgam of these three things: what was, what is, and what will be. The ideas of a bearded guy in the sky is Zeus. The Romans combined their mythology with our tradition and created a man-like god image that has nothing to do with the Jewish understanding of the Divine, which manifests as a complex fractal of masculine and feminine qualities infinitely weaving into each other. The biblical directive that Gd gives Adam is to serve and guard the Earth. Our tradition says that the garden did not sprout until man was created to pray for rain. The world was not created for us, but rather we

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