Become Something New began as a writing project focusing on health, nutrition, and nootropics, eventually expanding to include discussion of lifestyle, culture, philosophy, psychology, self-improvement, and the arts.
A primary idea is the value of the union of art and science, which includes an emphasis on a biopsychosocial perspective.
Biopsychosocial holism is looking at how organisms, each with unique physiological makeups, interact with their environment and are shaped by their experiences. This systems theory approach necessitates a cautious evaluation of complex reciprocal relationships.
The aim is at a synthesis of universal principles and contextual dependency, against dogmatism and hubris.
- Library Genesis (fantastic ebook resource)
- Cronometer (calorie and nutrient tracker)
- Ray Peat (biologist and philosopher of science)
- PsychoTropical (critical independent evaluations in psychopharmacology by Dr. Ken Gillman)
- Science in Society Archive (essays by geneticist Mae-Wan Ho, et al.)
- Edward J. Edmonds (histologist)
- Ben Best (life extension writer)
- Ergo-Log (massive ergogenic science resource)
- The Ethical Skeptic: Challenging Agency of Pseudo-Skepticism & Cultivated Ignorance
- Toxinless (ranking supplements by purity; by Dan Wich)
- Onibasu Cutler Index (resource on the work of Andrew Hall Cutler)
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