• A Virus: Animal, plant or mineral

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    22-09-2020 2 comments

    A Virus: Animal, plant or mineral

    The virus differs from a bacterium also by the fact that - according to the research - it is not able to move. That would indicate that it is not of an animal nature, but vegetable or even lifeless. Examples of reverse thinking with regard to the infectivity of micro-organisms.... read more...

  • Cosmic DNA

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    16-09-2020 1 comments

    Cosmic DNA

    When I was preparing for this and was looking for DNA information, I remembered medieval occult philosophy. Of course, we have put that behind us, we have to. But through Rudolf Steiner we know that we have to get through modern science, that we must not get lost in it, but that we have to get through it and that at some point, ... read more...

  • Micro-organisms

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    12-09-2020 4 comments

    Micro-organisms

    This video discusses the scientific view of the difference between a bacterium and a virus. Bacteria are themselves cells with the ability to multiply and they have their own metabolism, but they are parasites, i.e. they need a breeding ground in order to survive. A virus is not a cell, it is a piece of DNA or RNA, a single or d... read more...

  • DNA and reality

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    09-09-2020 3 comments

    DNA and reality

    So, that's where the dizziness begins. Because you are dealing with data that is so dizzyingly large that you can imagine that computer technology first had to be developed in order to be able to make progress with DNA information, and you can see how further computer technology has been developed, the easier and faster DNA ... read more...

  • Perception with the senses and truth

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    05-09-2020 1 comments

    Perception with the senses and truth

    What role does perception with the senses play in finding the meaning of a micro-organism? Perception of a bacterium and perception of a virus. The definition of the human being by Plato. Facilitating the people to make them feel how serious the situation is, i.e. communication technology.... read more...