The Question of War

In this video, presenter Frederick Tamagi explores several images that depict war. First, we get a look into a couple of images that he entitled “the glory of war”, and then two images that he entitled “the sorrow of war.” Then, he explores an...

We Plan to Disrupt

The Question community encourages a culture of questions rather than conclusions. We believe the path to knowledge is paved with a road of questions. The purpose of community can be summed up with a quote by E.L. Doctorow (slightly modified): [The Question] is like...

3 Questions

The sole mission of The Question community is to invite you, provoke you, and even inspire you to consider a path. Only you know where you are on your path, and only you can ask yourself what you wish to become, or where you wish to go. Presenter Frederick Tamagi...

1st Question

We’ve known for over 150 years that electrical impulses passing through a conductive medium generate an electromagnetic field. The heart is now known to be a significant conductive medium. Does Picasso’s centaur have some kind of relationship with the...

The Brain

The understanding of a heart’s EM field begins with the brain. The main components of the brain provide a strong illustration of human evolution. These can be understood as our basic neural building blocks, sequentially and historically layered, one on top of...

Mouse Heart

A single heart cell was extracted from a live mouse and observed under a microscope. At first, the single heart cell pulsated evenly, but then experienced arrhythmia. The cell soon died of a micro-heart attack. As a follow-up experiment, the researchers used a pair of...