By advancing a program of Big History, Metanexus presents a framework for overcoming the broadly sectarian divisions that hinder discussions among scientists, educators, and the faithful. —Ali Hossaini is a digital artist.
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Metanexus provides a very useful integrative view of the way the world came into being, life evolved, and civilization arose ("Big History"), which is a very positive antidote to the many much narrower views on the market. —George Ellis is an emeritus professor of applied mathematics at the University of Cape Town.
Metanexus helps us to know about our environment and the world around us, to better our understanding and to help us each make a bigger difference. We can then meet new and persistent challenges with informed and creative solutions. —Gordon Weir is completing his studies at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine.
Metanexus provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and knowledge that raise our awareness of science and humanity’s effects on one another. —Lynne Rubin is a psychoanalyst in New York City.
The general public is often sorely lacking in its understanding of science. Metanexus does a wonderful job remedying this situation by presenting science in the context of Big History. —Michael De Dora is the executive director at the New York City branch of the Center for Inquiry.
In our increasingly interdependent world, where the lines between nations, races, and species are becoming increasingly blurred, society needs dialogue like that taking place at Metanexus Institute. —Michele Demers is director of Foundation Source in New York City.
We are all interconnected. Metanexus helps us understand those connections scientifically, philosophically, and spiritually. —Mrinal Gounder is a doctor of internal medicine and oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.
If I ever was to land on a desert island with a PC and only one single website connection to the Internet, it would be Metanexus. You are marvelous.
Metanexus' ample vision and commitment to scientific understanding provides a valuable alternative to the politics of exclusion and ridicule. —Susan Oyama is an emeritus professor of psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York City.
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