Many people who voted for Trump and gave the Republicans the majority in Congress, are beginning to realize how much they were lied to, but it’s up to the resistance movement to engage those people and Democratic lawmakers must prove that they can provide real and meaningful solutions on healthcare, the economy, and more.
The NGA works in conjunction with the U.S. Air Force to analyze the staggering amount of data collected through aerial surveillance abroad — mostly by unmanned aerial systems, such as drones with high-powered cameras. Revelations on the depth and breadth of the Central Intelligence Agency’s domestic capabilities, long believed out of its territory, was exposed by WikiLeaks Vault 7 recently to be on par with National Security Agency programs — so much so, analysts say it constitutes a duplicate Big Brother.
The Tsimane people live in the Bolivian Amazon and spend six to seven hours everyday being physically active because they rely on foraging and horticulture for survival.
New data from NASA claims that a third of the world’s water reservoirs are running low, and numerous causes, including climate change, are being implicated.
Recorded in Washington state where recreational marijuana is legal, the video features rabbi Jim Mirel, who is the Rabbi Emeritus at Temple B’nai Torah in Seattle, Rev. Chris Schuller, who once served as the rector at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church in St. Petersburg, Florida, and a self-proclaimed atheist named Carlos. After hitting a bong and passing a joint around, the men use their time to discuss spirituality and religion…
The abundant fertile, life-giving energy present at the Spring Equinox has been celebrated through various festivals and religious rites throughout history. Evidence of these celebrations can be found all over the world— spanning across time, cultures, and continents. The most notable and commonly referenced of these fertility festivals is Ostara, or Eostre, a celebration of the German goddess of the dawn and springtime rebirth who was said to have created all of nature. This pagan festival, from which the name “Easter” was derived, celebrates various symbols of fertility, including eggs, bunnies, seeds and flowers.
This Studies show that the same positive feedback in oxytocin release occurs when a mom gazes at her newborn infant, occurs when dogs make the so-called puppy eyes at their owners.
Today, predicting the direction in which technology is heading is a lot easier than it was 65 years ago. Unfortunately, these advancements don’t always have the potential to benefit mankind, sometimes the opposite is true. Is our way of life, or indeed all of humanity, at risk from these dangers?
Heart-wrenching and enlightening video with Alan Watts, Carl Sagan and Jacque Fresco on why we have poverty in the world and what we (collectively) can do about it.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Iceland passed a law which requires companies to pay men and women both equal and fair wages. It is the first country in the world to require both public and private firms with 25 or more staff to obtain a certificate demonstrating that they pay all employees equally, “regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexuality, or nationality.”
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Arizona’s HB 2014 is a very important and timely piece of legislation. The Federal Reserve’s failure to reignite the economy with record-low interest rates since the last crash is a sign that we may soon see the dollar’s collapse. It is therefore imperative that the law protect people’s right to use alternatives to what may soon be virtually worthless Federal Reserve notes. Passage of HB 2014 would also send a message to Congress and the Trump administration that the anti-Fed movement is growing in influence.
Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, have tracked emotions such as compassion, joy, love, and so on versus the levels of interleukin-6 (IL-6). The researchers found that those who regularly have positive emotions have less IL-6—and they noticed the strongest correlation with one particular emotion: awe.