While life in space might sound unappealing to some, Jerry Stone believes it could actually be healthier than planet Earth, enabling people to live longer and, eventually, grow taller.
The “Digital Ethereal” project provides a fascinating visualization of the movement of Wi-Fi signals. The strength of the Wi-Fi’s movement is depicted in a series of colors. It is possible that the constant bombardment of EMF frequencies which results from nearly ceaseless interaction with Wi-Fi frequencies is adversely affecting the populations’ health. However, the science is sparse on this topic and, therefore, controversial.
What to know how to be truly happy? Here are 7 beliefs you might want to adopt.
Antonio Vincente has made forest restoration his life work and legacy. Now nearly 85 years old, Vincente has spent the last 40 years planting over 50,000 trees on his 31 hectare patch of land in the Serra da Mantiqueira mountain range of São Paulo, Brazil. He expresses his mission for future sustainability: “I didn’t do it for money, I did it because when I die, what’s here will remain for everyone…”
Want to have a spectacular sex life? Here are a handful of ways you can take your love-making to the next level.
Need to make an important decision? Ask yourself these important questions and you will know your answer was guided by a Higher Source.
Good food is your #1 preventive strategy against illness. Here are 17 foods Dr. Mercola thinks you should eat regularly – and an explanation of their benefits.
Some folks think love-making fireworks happen or they don’t, but maybe that’s a myth…. Tracee Dunblazier weighs in.
Feel like life is thrashing you around a bit? Read this.
Do you know your birthstone – and what it means? Find out here – and discover how to tap into the benefits inherent in your particular stone.
So-called “preventative” colon cancer tools like colonoscopies can actually greatly INCREASE your risk of colon cancer. Read this and be informed.
Privacy and consumer advocates—and a seemingly endless chorus of Internet users—were expressing outrage on Thursday after the Republican-controlled U.S. Senate passed a bill that will allow powerful media corporations to collect personal data of internet users without their consent and sell that information to the “highest bidder” for profit.