There is something that has been bothering me about the media of propaganda that tries to isolate any philosophies other than their own. There has been that cult like atmosphere from all kinds of ways that language is twisted to belief rather than what it is in reality.
Then there are those who are out to win instead of have the growth of knowledge and wisdom for all. The 'human pecking' order as I at times call it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecking_order
Do all groups of social animals have some form of hierarchical system of social organizations?
Communication is very important to the 'collective conscious' of our species and to us as in survival. https://plus.google.com/112672803186037423528/posts/NPqNUDT15Qv?hl=en
For some reason love keeps coming up too in that only christianity knows real love.
I do not understand how some would believe only christians can love or even other religions in such competition of that belief. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_styleshttp://tv.naturalnews.com/v.asp?v=E3B38227225F9FC62BAEA9CC81BE1D12
"This mini-documentary by Mike Adams the Health Ranger exposes the false philosophy underpinning most of modern science. It explains why science is rooted in evil and destruction while harming life on our planet: GMOs, vaccines, psychiatric drugs, nuclear weapons -- they've all been pursued and promoted under the brand of "science." And yet, shockingly, modern scientists do not believe human beings are conscious beings. They claim we are all just "biological robots" which provides the philosophical pretext for genocide. See more at www.NaturalNews.TV
Science is feared by some as the destruction of the world.
Animals of other types are different than humans neurologically and socially. Even microbes have some form of awareness.
I am sure most have seen this one before.: http://www.ted.com/talks/bonnie_bassler_on_how_bacteria_communicate.html
Found this interesting in a google search:
"Now, scientists are beginning to probe the connection between thought and action. In a series of blog posts over the coming week, I'll discover how far that research has come--and how far it has yet to go.
Part 1: Free Will in the Lab
Part 2: Is Free Will an Illusion?
Part 3: In Defense of Free Will
Part 4: Does Free Will Matter?"http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/insidenova/2012/02/free-will-introduction.html