Mercury Retrograde — August 12th to September 5th: Recalibrating For New Beginnings

By Carmen Di Luccio via CE (August 15, 2017) Mercury has just begun its latest edition of its retrograde process. It started on August 12th and will last until September 5th. In the weeks and especially days leading up to...

Psychic Chinese Children Teleportation Experiments From 1981

I came across this military/scientific report many years ago and had it bookmarked, as well as downloaded in pdf format. It's now almost 13 years old since publishing. However, the experiments reach back to the 80's. I stumbled across...

The Rise, and Art, of Urban Algae Farms

We know there are big algae farms producing "crops" for food, personal products, and energy. So why would there be an interest in a local algae farm? I believe that we are seeing moves in many areas away from centralized...

Sound Waves Direct Particles To Self-Assemble And Self-Heal

By Sarah Young via Berkeley Lab (June 19, 2017) An elegantly simple experiment with floating particles self-assembling in response to sound waves has provided a new framework for studying how seemingly lifelike behaviors emerge in response to external forces. Scientists at the Department...

Cosmic Rays And Elements Of The Shift In Consciousness & New Earth

Students from Earth to Sky Calculus and folks over at Spaceweather.com, have been closely monitoring cosmic rays within Earth’s atmosphere over the United States for over two years. Using space weather balloons, after more than one hundred flights they...

Nassikas Magnetic Thruster Version Three to Undergo Helium Test

By Paul La Violette via The Sphinx Stargate Introducing the Nassikas Superconducting Thruster, Version III Here we announce for the first time a new version of the Nassikas superconducting thruster which we believe will produce fantastic results at liquid helium temperatures.  But...

5 Major Ways Our Sleep Cycles Could Change in the Future

By Alex Moore, contributing writer for transients.info While many people unquestioningly believe the one-size-fits-all recommendation that we need eight hours of sleep per night, the truth is that humans throughout history actually preferred a different sleep schedule. These ancestors chose what...

Beauty Of Jupiter — The Perijove Passage From The Juno Spacecraft

The gas giant Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system. The beauty of Jupiter can be seen as stripes and swirls, which are actually cold windy clouds composed of ammonia and water. (The atmosphere on Jupiter is...

Perpetual Repercussion & The World Seed Vault

The world seed vault — Svalbard Global Seed Vault — is on an island between Norway and the Arctic circle, which also happens to host the Perpetual Repercussion artwork. The Norwegians built the facility in 2008 and maintain it, as well....

Photographers Will LOVE This Idea | The TriLens Kick Starter Campaign

I was just moaning about changing lenses on my camera while we were on vacation. It is a royal pain in the patooty and just about impossible when scrambling around ruins and rough terrain. Low and behold, I came...

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