Learn what your six basic needs are and be empowered. Find out how these 6 human needs directly relate to the chakras, and how to boost your chakras.
How do you view your life and your passion? Take a positive look at it and know you have the ability to succeed even when things don’t seem to be happening financially. Stay committed, take criticisms, keep focused and eventually you can live out your passion to its fullest potential.
A post sex cuddle has been known to bring couples closer together. But did you know that there are a few pre-sex habits that can improve bonding in a relationship? Seven sex therapists share habits that can make your sex life better.
Read this and find out why pomegranate may be a true Super Juice.
Who would think a trace mineral could be so key in fighting cancer? If you’re at risk of cancer, make sure your eating these foods.
In a study of more than 100 human brains, Professor Chris Exley and his research team from Keele University found that some of the highest levels of aluminum ever found were in the brains of people who died of familial Alzheimer’s disease.
If your interested in sustainable energy, take a look at this cool new wind turbine from Tyler Wind.
According to Dutch electric company Eneco, which signed a 10-year deal with Dutch railway company NS two years ago, 600,000 passengers are now “the first in the world” to travel by wind energy. On an average day, 5,500 trains are operated by NS, which is one of the largest railway companies in the Netherlands.
The Gangsta Garden has evolved into more than a symbol of healthy change for urban communities including an educational site, a propagation station for more edible landscapes and the formal headquarters for The Ron Finley Project (RFP). Currently, RFP is fighting for their headquarters. The only solution they have been offered is to purchase the property, otherwise… they face eviction. RFP needs to raise $500,000 to #savethegangstagarden. This is not a call for handouts, it is a call to support an idea whose time is long overdue.
How do you think the Obama Administration fared on environmental causes? Read this to get a look at some of the missteps.
Only a few years ago, Israel was in the middle of one of its worst droughts in at least 900 years. With a national campaign to conserve and reuse water along with the massive desalination plant, Israel now has a water surplus. 55 percent of Israel’s domestic water now comes from the Mediterranean Sea, through the Sorek plant.
The crucial elements for life on Earth, often called the building blocks of life, can be abbreviated as CHNOPS: carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus and sulfur. For the first time, astronomers have cataloged the abundance of these elements in a huge sample of stars.
Before the driver, whose Tesla car was going 113 km/hr (70 mph), noticed anything unusual, an alert sounded in the car – the Autopilot’s Forward Collision Warning. In this scenario, the car pressed down on the auto brakes to prevent a potential impact up ahead. A second later…
Will science one day prove that life continues on after death? Joe thinks so! Read this.
What is the US presidential inauguration going to be like? Tanaaz offers her view.
Want to know what the stars have in store for you? Read this weekly astrological report Patrick and be prepared to make the most of your week!
The Hermetic Principles of Polarity & Rhythm have always been my two most favorite in that they are the greatest reminders that separation is an illusion…that when extremes agree to meet in the middle, harmony is achieved.
CNN, where the term ‘fake news’ was helped coined, has come under fire in recent weeks for propagating misleading news about the elections in Ghana, Africa and attempting a smear campaign against Julian Assange by airing an interview that falsely accused Assange of being a pedophile. They have also recently been caught out using a screenshot from the computer game Fallout 4, stating it illustrated the Russian hacking.
“I think it’s fair to say that by design human beings are complainers.” Jason Silva
Shots Of Awe examines the propensity of human beings to look at the world around them and find fault or complain.
CNN Retracts Their Own “Fake News” About Julian Assange As Americans Label Them Least Trusted Cable News Network
CNN apologized to Assange in a tweet and removed the tweet containing the offensive comments made by ex-Deputy Director of the CIA, Phil Mudd. The CNN New Day statement reads, “An analyst on our air earlier today asserted that Julian Assange was a pedophile, and regrets saying it,” and continues saying, “In fact, CNN has no evidence to support that assertion.”
By Carey Wedler | The Anti-Media (ANTIMEDIA) A majority of American police officers now believe cannabis laws should be relaxed, and nearly one-third support full legalization of the plant, according to a new survey. A Pew Research survey released on Tuesday combined the results of two surveys that questioned nearly 8,000 police officers across 54 police […]
In 2015, 43 regulations (from clean power to food safety) were passed to protect the public. Now that the Reins Act has passed, 2017 could be a very dangerous year. MAKE SURE YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS ACT!
One of the components of airborne drone swarms is the use of micro-drones – small, sometimes insect-sized autonomous vehicles that can be deployed from larger aircraft. Rapid advances are being made in artificial intelligence that enable autonomous systems to be fully released from human control altogether – identifying, surrounding and incapacitating targets.
Can a man who ran Exxon for 10 years keep Big Oil interests out of government policy? We doubt it – and history speaks for itself. Read this and be informed.
When it comes to money, it’s always the little things that seem to add up and make a difference. Are you aware of these 6 little money mistakes you could be making?
Save a penny, earn a penny. The old adage really is true. You could effectively increase your income by 20% or more, simply by avoiding these 25 things.
This experience pushed me way out of my familiar boundaries. I had to lower the bar on my comfort zone as well as my dignity—which I realized when I had to ask an ex-Tinder date if my sister and I could crash in his apartment for a few nights. But my New York City adventure also taught me lots of valuable lessons. I learned to look past the difficulties of having little money to the positive aspects of it (and there are plenty, I promise).
The recent settlement deal in which Deutsche Bank handed over 350,000 pages of internal documents and more than 70 voice recordings is changing that. Attorneys behind class action suits against a handful of major banks say the trove of information is “smoking gun” evidence of a widespread and systemic campaign to cheat customers and rig markets.