Sacred Geometry: A New Spin

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June 26, 2019

By Len Kasten I had trouble with calculus in college. The concept of mathematics describing geometric shapes just did not resonate in my brain. Yes, I knew the formula for the circumference of a circle, and some Pythagorean stuff about triangles, but I never realised it could all get so complicated. Over the course of the semester, the basic premise slowly penetrated, and I began to speculate that perhaps God is…

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Time Travel & The Multiverse – Many Worlds: Many Timelines

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June 21, 2019

Time travel has enchanted and intrigued us since the earliest days of fiction, when authors such as H.G. Wells, Samuel Madden, Charles Dickens and Enrique Gaspar y Rimbau stretched and challenged our imaginations with images and tales of men and women who invented amazing machines and devices that could take them back in time, or forward into the future. Because of the restrictions of light speed, and the paradoxes of…

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Experiment Shows Bees Understand Mathematics

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June 6, 2019

Honeybees are a high value model for exploring questions about neuroscience. In our latest study we decided to test if they could learn to perform simple arithmetical operations such as addition and subtraction. Addition and subtraction operations As children, we learn that a plus symbol (+) means we have to add two or more quantities, while a minus symbol (-) means we have to subtract quantities from each other. To…

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Why some doctors are prescribing a day in the park or a walk on the beach for good health

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May 27, 2019

Taking a walk on a wooded path, spending an afternoon in a public park, harvesting your backyard garden and even looking at beautiful pictures of Hawaii can all make us feel good. Certainly, for many of us, it’s beneficial to have time outside in natural environments. Being cooped up inside can feel unnatural and increase our desire to get outside. The renowned biologist E.O. Wilson created a theory called the biophilia…

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Psychedelics To Treat Mental Illness? Australian Researchers Are Giving It A Go

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May 7, 2019

An estimated one in ten Australians were taking antidepressants in 2015. That’s double the number using them in 2000, and the second-highest rate of antidepressant use among all OECD countries. Yet some studies have found antidepressants might be no more effective than placebo. Not only does this mean many Australians aren’t experiencing relief from their psychological distress, but some may also be contending with adverse side effects from their medications….

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Your Cells are Listening to Every Thought

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May 2, 2019

Each thought you have has its own consciousness. Within each thought lives an electromagnetic field of possibilities. It is consciousness within consciousness. These possibilities are magnetically drawn to other energies of like vibration. When enough energies form a connection they birth the object of your intention into matter. Every thought has a vibrational pulse that magnetizes other like thoughts. As they respond to the energetic clarion call they begin to…

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Bioelectricity and Chi – Bees Can Sense the Energy Fields of Flowers to Communicate With Them

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April 21, 2019

We still have so much to learn about the nature of our world and how living creatures communicate with each other. On very subtle, imperceptible levels, people, animals and even plants share information, giving us the ability to coexist. We don’t see it all or hear it all, but as technology catches up with our curiosity, we are evermore unraveling the mysteries of our inter-connectedness. Parapsychologist and author of Science…

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Future ‘Human Brain/Cloud Interface’ will Give Instant Access to Vast Knowledge via Thought Alone

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April 16, 2019

by Frontiers Imagine a future technology that would provide instant access to the world’s knowledge and artificial intelligence, simply by thinking about a specific topic or question. Communications, education, work, and the world as we know it would be transformed. Writing in Frontiers in Neuroscience, an international collaboration led by researchers at UC Berkeley and the US Institute for Molecular Manufacturing predicts that exponential progress in nanotechnology, nanomedicine, AI, and…

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 Evidence of New Human Species Discovered in a Cave in the Philippines

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April 13, 2019

By Ed Whelan | Ancient Origins There were once many human species, but today there is only one; modern humans, Homo sapiens. However, the human family tree is growing. Researchers working in a cave in the Philippines claim to have found a new, previously unknown species to add to human history. Remarkably this hominin was probably less than four feet high and had some of the characteristics of modern people…

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