• Crimean Surfers While most surfers ride the waves with their bodies, Crimean surfers ride the waves with their нутро or “gut chakra”. This changes everything, including the surfer and the concept of surfing itself, but as everything that is simple it also demands more explanation. Crimea is a beautiful desolate peninsula located at the Black Sea. It […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments November 21, 2016
  • The System of Improper Conduct “This is morally incorrect” they might say. // declaration of variables Morals are about the proper conduct, the customs. Ethics is the science of morals (meta-level zoom out). … Interestingly, the interest towards ethics increases, while the interest towards morals decreases. (especially since 1940) After all, what is right and what is wrong in the […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments July 9, 2015
  • Explosive Implosion Every particle     is exploding     and imploding at every  moment of time.     0:12 Six feet     of this long molecule     fits into     the microscopic nucleus     of every cell. 2:57 What you are about to see     is DNA’s most extraordinary secret;     how a simple code is     turned into flesh and blood. You are watching this transcription […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments April 14, 2014
  • The Bow and the Arrow I had a dream about you. Or maybe it was a dream about myself. It was in some kind of a beautiful forest, but there were not too many trees. Almost none. Maybe it was a Siberian steppe. Some hills around, far way. There was a man, a very strong man, and he was showing […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments March 1, 2014
  • The Life and Death of an Engineered Organism A theoretical approach for designing a controllable synthetic circuit has been proposed and could be applied in similar situations. The principal idea is to incorporate an outer feedback loop     around the synthetic construct, such that the organism cannot be sustained without an external control signal: a given nutrient or a light source. This type of […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments January 28, 2014
  • Chaos and Circadian Rhythms There are several facts scientifically confirmed. The state of cognitive rest is characterized by chaotic variability. Chaotic variability has a pattern of pink noise. Pink noise: oscillation amplitudes correlate with their frequencies. (In other words, most of the time the body is making small movements and sometimes there are occasional spikes of bigger movements. The […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments December 20, 2013
  • Drugs Drugs are like advertisement. Things can get complicated. What’s promised may be perceived to be real and the other way round.     Drugs advertise. They turn attention to something. We are told what’s possible. It turns out that everything is. We know that already. It’s good to have a reminder. However, the “What” (is […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments July 17, 2013
  • Surfing In this world, there is an activity that is called Surfing. The essence of this activity, as we could decipher from numerous observations and infiltrations, is about finding the right moment across multiple dynamics that are in relation to one another. Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments May 25, 2013
  • Polysingularity of Water Water is a great example of a natural entity that is polysingular. It can maintain several different dynamic states at once that interact through its own liquid matter to produce non-equilibrium stability. The constant movement of water creates perturbations within the substance, which then come into direct contact with earth, wind, light and reflections. The […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments June 29, 2012
  • Black Waters When you look at the ocean, the waves form the wells over the surface. These are strange attractors, the areas of temporary non-equilibrium stability. This is how water’s polysingularity expresses itself and its ability to maintain permanence through interaction between the local and global dynamics. Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments April 23, 2012
  • A Tree in a Forest Every tree in the forest is different, manifesting its polysingularity. When the difference between the differences is falling within a certain predictable range, we have a case of non-equilibrium stability. When something dares to be much more different than anything else, this is an act of commitment to its own specificity. Such action deserves a […] Dmitry Paranyushkin 0 Comments April 23, 2012