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Quotes from my new book exploring how to unlock our natural empathy and creativity by changing the way we perceive self and world and developing a more artistic and intuitive approach to science based on the fluid boundary logic of 'natural inclusionality'
 
 
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Dec. 23, 2011 10:12 am by Alan Rayner
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Alan Rayner
Dr Alan Rayner is a naturalist who uses art, poetry, fluid mathematics and careful science to enquire and communicate about the evolutionary

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Bombshells - The Devastating Mistakes of Abstract Perception

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Imagine yourself standing petrified on the concrete edge of a swimming pool, while being jostled by those next to you. Someone splashing about in the water shouts to you. ‘Come on in, the water’s lovely!’

Natural Inclusion for the Young of Heart and Mind

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