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For humanology, I envision a combination of all the theories of psychology along with all art and spirituality. A theory where you can have the words archetype and conditioned response in the same paragraph! Humanology links comprise this first page.

This second page is comprised of links more germain to syntheory. I see syntheory as a bridge between humanology and physics, culminating in the theory of everything. That end theory will probably be called quantum gravity. Yet, on the elegant universe link, physicist Brian Greene states, "Almost everyone agrees that finding the T.O.E. would in no way mean that psychology, biology, geology, chemistry, or even physics had been solved or in some sense subsumed." That quote is found in the first paragraph under the heading "A fresh start for science".

The "T.O.E." above is the "theory of everything", and I guess I'm one of the few who do believe that finding the ultimate theory of physics will indeed subsume psychology/humanology. It'll just be a matter of solving complex calculations. The most complex computer systems of today will be reduced to a mere chip in the machine that will make such calculations. In other words, once the T.O.E. is secure, then it'll still take years to "solve" psychology/humanology, etc.

Humanology Links:

A Psychology Glossary

Synergy

Body, Mind & Spirit

Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine and Humanology

Yogi Bhajan

MegaPsych: Web Sites of Note The website was last updated in October, 1999.

MegaPsych Bookmarks Lots of links.

World Patterns

Paths A political and religious website.

Syntheory Links:

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