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Humans Might Be Hard-Wired to ‘Love Thy Neighbor’

Posted by on August 3, 2012 in Science with 0 Comments
Humans Might Be Hard-Wired to ‘Love Thy Neighbor’

(Phys.org) British psychologists from the University of Lincoln argue that people may actually be hard-wired to “love thy neighbor.” In conducting the study, the researchers analyzed the behavior of contestants in first-round episodes of the BBC quiz show, “The Weakest Link.”

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Physics, Consciousness and Health In Relation With the Auric Energy Field

Written by on August 2, 2012 in Science with 1 Comment
Physics, Consciousness and Health In Relation With the Auric Energy Field

Every living thing on the earth radiates a field of energy, which is called an aura. In humans, there are
seven main centers in the body that produce the energy or the aura, and these energy centers are called
Chakras. These energy fields can be scanned over a long distance and then interpreted in the analysis. The
analysis provide perfect evaluation of material and spiritual status of an individual. The auric pattern rather
provides a much more complete picture as regards realistic state of happening. It indicates upon
relationship harmony, success in work, hurdles and obstacles to be cautious upon, general physical and
emotional health. The analysis is very significant because not an individual learn about the pluses and
minuses, but also have a corrective solution.

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Nano Breakthrough Paves Way For Super Cheap Solar Panels

Posted by on August 1, 2012 in Eco-Friendly, Technology with 0 Comments
Nano Breakthrough Paves Way For Super Cheap Solar Panels

Klint Finley (Wired.com) Two things hold back the mass adoption of solar energy as a source of sustainable energy. One is the need to store and transmit excess power, a problem people like Danielle Fong are working on solving by developing innovative new ways to store power.

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Breakthrough: Scientists Create Electronic Sensor as Sensitive as Human Skin

Posted by on July 31, 2012 in Technology with 0 Comments
Breakthrough: Scientists Create Electronic Sensor as Sensitive as Human Skin

Laura Shin (SmartPlanet) We can all tell whether something is pressing down on our skin, brushing it or twisting against it — but it’s not so easy for a robot or other inanimate objects to figure these things out. A recent breakthrough could make that possible, however. A new type of hairy electronic skin could soon make robots adept at feeling a slight breath of air or the faint beatings of a heart.

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Basic Steps to Your Emotional Freedom: Learn the Simple and Powerful EFT Healing Method

Basic Steps to Your Emotional Freedom: Learn the Simple and Powerful EFT Healing Method

(Mercola.com) What is the Emotional Freedom Technique? The Emotional Freedom Technique, or EFT, is the psychological acupressure technique I routinely use in my practice and most highly recommend to optimize your emotional health. Although it is still often overlooked, emotional health is absolutely essential to your physical health and healing – no matter how devoted […]

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There Are Over 700 MILLION Clinical Psychopaths On Planet Earth: Now How On Earth Can We Deal With Them?

Posted by on July 29, 2012 in Psychology-Psychiatry with 1 Comment
There Are Over 700 MILLION Clinical Psychopaths On Planet Earth: Now How On Earth Can We Deal With Them?

By Joe Brewer (AlterNet) Did you know that roughly one person in a hundred is clinically a psychopath? These individuals are either born with an emotional deficiency that keeps them from feeling bad about hurting others, or they are traumatized early in life in a manner that causes them to become this way. With more […]

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Astrophysicist Aleksey Filippenko: ‘Scientists Understand Only 4% Of the Universe’ [video]

Posted by on July 29, 2012 in Earth & Space, Science with 0 Comments
Astrophysicist Aleksey Filippenko: ‘Scientists Understand Only 4% Of the Universe’ [video]

Despite all the scientific breakthroughs and Nobel Prizes for discoveries, scientists seem to be no nearer to a possible answer to the big question – why did the universe appear? ­RT sat down to talk to Aleksey Filippenko, an American astrophysicist and professor of astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley, CA. Filippenko was the […]

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Device Allows Colorblind Artist to “Hear” Colors

Posted by on July 29, 2012 in Science, Technology with 0 Comments
Device Allows Colorblind Artist to “Hear” Colors

(CBS News) A man who has never been able to see color before is now able to perceive it thanks to a device that lets him listen to colors. Artist Neil Harbisson suffers from a visual condition called achromatopsia or total color blindness. Harbisson can only see things in shades of grey. So, he partnered with some computer scientists at the in 2003, who created an “electronic eye” for him.

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New Lucid Dream Study Reveals Seat of Meta-Consciousness in Brain

Posted by on July 28, 2012 in Science with 0 Comments
New Lucid Dream Study Reveals Seat of Meta-Consciousness in Brain

(Eurekalert) Which areas of the brain help us to perceive our world in a self-reflective manner is difficult to measure. During wakefulness, we are always conscious of ourselves. In sleep, however, we are not. But there are people, known as lucid dreamers, who can become aware of dreaming during sleep.

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Widespread Effects on Food Prices Due to Severe U.S. Drought

Widespread Effects on Food Prices Due to Severe U.S. Drought

(By Katie Spoden | Nourishing the Planet) On Tuesday, the New York Times published an article describing the far-reaching consequences of the severe drought on food prices in the United States. The article summarizes the economic consequences of the drought due to the largely damaged corn and soybean crop in the Midwest. The U.S. Drought Monitor recently declared […]

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Scientists Create Transparent Solar Panels Out of ‘Glass-Like’ Plastic

Posted by on July 27, 2012 in Eco-Friendly, Technology with 0 Comments
Scientists Create Transparent Solar Panels Out of ‘Glass-Like’ Plastic

Eddie Wrenn (Daily Mail) One of the occasional complaints around solar panels is that they are ‘an eyesore’. Well this may be about to change, after researchers developed a new transparent solar cell which means windows in homes and other buildings can have the ability to generate electricity while still allowing people to see outside.

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‘Grand Canyon’ Discovered Beneath Antarctic Ice

Posted by on July 26, 2012 in Earth & Space with 0 Comments
‘Grand Canyon’ Discovered Beneath Antarctic Ice

(Discovery News) A dramatic gash in the surface of the Earth that could rival the majesty of the Grand Canyon has been discovered secreted beneath Antarctica’s vast, featureless ice sheet. Dubbed the Ferrigno Rift for the glacier that fills it, the chasm’s steep walls plunge nearly a mile down (1.5 kilometers) at its deepest.

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Ancient Life-Size Lion Statues Baffle Scientists

Posted by on July 25, 2012 in Archaeology with 0 Comments
Ancient Life-Size Lion Statues Baffle Scientists

(Discovery News) Two sculptures of life-size lions, each weighing about 5 tons in antiquity, have been discovered in what is now Turkey, with archaeologists perplexed over what the granite cats were used for. One idea is that the statues, created between 1400 and 1200 B.C., were meant to be part of a monument for a sacred water spring, the researchers said.

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U.S. Installs Country’s First Commercial Tidal Energy Grid

Posted by on July 25, 2012 in Eco-Friendly, Technology with 0 Comments
U.S. Installs Country’s First Commercial Tidal Energy Grid

Kirsten Korosec (SmartPlanet) Ocean Renewable Power Company will install the first U.S. commercial grid-connected tidal energy project at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy between eastern Maine and Canada, where 100 billion tons of water flow in and out each day with the force of 8,000 locomotives and tidal ranges of up to 50 feet or more.

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New Wikispeed Car Could Cost $10K and Get 100 MPG

Posted by on July 24, 2012 in Science, Technology with 0 Comments
New Wikispeed Car Could Cost $10K and Get 100 MPG

Alyssa Danigelis (Discovery News) The Wikispeed C3 stands for Comfortable Commuter Car, and that’s very much been the goal for Seattle-based software consultant turned automotive designer Joe Justice. Several years ago, he and a bunch of volunteers entered the Progressive Insurance X Prize in a bid to win $10 million for the best, safest 100-mpg car. His Wikispeed team didn’t win, but they placed respectably.

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