genetic adaptability, holistic health, and that which is instinctual.

Darwinian thinking & Mendelian genetics, as outdated as it may now seem (see: Quantum Biology), once provided a basic framework for understanding things like trait inheritance, evolutionary mechanisms, and DNA. Where it was once believed that the genetic cards you were dealt are impenetrable and static, we are now finding this to be less & … Continue reading genetic adaptability, holistic health, and that which is instinctual.

ecological diversity, niches, and an argument for individualised expression.

The incredible diversity of organisms on this planet, from the very beginning of our primordial stew, may primarily attest to the various roles that need be fulfilled in nature. In the study of ecological sciences, this is referred to as a niche. Gigantic organisms and microorganisms alike, all beings and factors inclusive, serve a multitude of … Continue reading ecological diversity, niches, and an argument for individualised expression.

the breathing cosmos: a case for self-awareness & growth.

Some of our most valuable lessons can be extracted from the functioning of our natural world, or universe. For example, there is value in aligning with cycles of nature - such as wake & sleep, eat and digestion, play and rest, death and birth - those which we see the animal kingdom execute so gracefully. … Continue reading the breathing cosmos: a case for self-awareness & growth.

energy expenditure as an argument for radical self care.

Nature is, generally, extremely efficient. If there is one uniting, overarching & highly supported theory that has been thoroughly addressed whilst pursing my Neuroscience and Biology degrees, it is that nature will optimize energy expenditure. Take the biochemistry of our own bodies, as an example. There is an astounding amount of overlap in reactants & products, … Continue reading energy expenditure as an argument for radical self care.