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Debunking Happiness

Once and for all. But no worries, there’s something better.

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Somewhere along the lines of the Enlightenment, philosophers stopped looking at the how of life for the sake of the what. In short, they began competing with science.

Around the Enlightenment it became fashionable to do mathematics, and to observe (preferably in microscopes) the parts which things were…




Metabolik is a roadmap to digesting matter, spirit and dietary science. We muse and research on topics ranging from theosophy to bodywork, medicine and biohacking.

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