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6th

COSMOLOGY & CONSCIOUSNESS

Conference

September 28 to 30, 2017

Norbulingka Institute, Dharamsala

Compassion, Virtue & Character

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EXHIBITION

My Earth, My Responsibility

Science & Buddhism on climate change

MY EARTH, MY RESPONSIBILITY

Climate Change

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Buddhism Is Not Just Compatible with Modern Cosmology, It Welcomes It

Nautilus

By Chris Impey - January, 2017

Chris Impey, distinguished astronomer and Science for Monks veteran teacher, discusses some of the big ideas in cosmology and how they resonate with Tibetan buddhist philosophy.

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Two Weeks in Tibet, sort of: The Value of a Cultural Exchange between Science and Spirituality

Kaleidoscope

By Scott Stambach - Spring, 2016

Scott Stambach, high-school science teacher and senior fellow with the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) authors a wonderful article about his experiences in India working with Tibetan monks and nuns spearheading science education initiatives.

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