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    MIT’s Wearable Headpiece Can Hear The Words You ‘Say’ In Your Mind

    While the concept of subvocalization may sound like something straight out of a science fiction movie, like many things nowadays, it is becoming a part of our reality. Subvocalization is the practice of quietly saying things in your head while we read, the majority of us do this even if we don’t realize it. Recently, MIT researchers have begun to use this process as a way to interact with mobile devices and computers. Essentially, they have developed a device that you wear on your face that effectively measures the neuromuscular signals that are triggered whenever you subvocalize something in your ... Read More

    Another Actor Calls Out “Satanic” Hollywood Pedophiles – ‘See Corey, I Didn’t Need $10 Million’

    It’s truly shocking just how many revelations have come to light with regards to the physical and sexual abuse of children within the realm of the global elite. The big four areas where this activity seems to be most prevalent nowadays is within politics, the Vatican, the military industrial complex and inside of Hollywood. Within each section, there are numerous examples to pull from. In politics, especially within the last couple of years, information is hitting the mainstream like it never has before, one example would be the fact that an NBC news report implicated Hillary Clinton in covering up ... Read More

    10 Things That Happen To Your Body When You Walk Everyday

    The human experience has become extremely sedentary, the average human lifestyle in the western world has been linked to multiple diseases and is one of the main causes of why disease rates continue to climb, among many other factors that surround all aspects of human life, like big food, for example. With technology in place and jobs that require tremendous amounts of sitting, there is no doubt that it’s having a detrimental effect on our lives. That being said, the world is clearly becoming way more health conscious. It’s like we needed this experience of unhealthy food, the corporate take-over of ... Read More

    Natural Measles Immunity — Better Protection & More Long-Term Benefits Than Vaccines

    Stories about vaccines in the popular press tend to be unabashedly one-sided, generally portraying vaccination as a universal (and essential) “good” with virtually no downside. This unscientific bias is particularly apparent in news reports about measles, which often are little more than hysterical diatribes against the unvaccinated. Although public health authorities have made a case for measles eradication since the early 1980s, 50-plus years of mass measles vaccination and high levels of vaccine coverage have not managed to stop wild and vaccine-strain measles virus from circulating. Routine measles vaccination also has had some worrisome consequences. Perhaps the most significant of these is the shifting ... Read More

    Ancient Egyptian mummification ‘recipe’ revealed

    Image copyright Dr Stephen Buckley/ University of York Examination of a mummy has revealed the original ancient Egyptian embalming recipe - first used to preserve bodies. A battery of forensic chemical tests carried out on a mummy that dated from 3,700-3,500 BC revealed the recipe and confirmed that it was developed far earlier and used more widely than previously thought.The Egyptian Museum in Turin, Italy, is now home to the mummy in question. The findings are published in the Journal of Archaeological Science. Dr Stephen Buckley, an archaeologist from the University of York, told BBC News that this mummy "literally ... Read More

    New pesticides ‘may have risks for bees’

    Image copyright Getty Images Attempts to find a new generation of pesticides to replace neonicotinoids have been dealt a potential blow.Neonicotinoids are the most commonly used insecticide in the world, but had been linked to bee declines.Studies suggest a new type of pesticide seen as an alternative to the chemicals, which have been banned in many countries, may have similar risks.The new insecticides may reduce bumblebee reproduction in the wild, according to a study by UK scientists.The alternatives had been sought because of the evidence linking neonicotinoids to declines in bee populations - leading to the bans and restrictions on ... Read More

    Geckos Are Able To Heal & Regenerate Parts Of Their Brain, Which May Mean We Can Too

    Lizards have a unique ability to regenerate their tails and spinal chords, and recently, researchers from the University of Guelph discovered that geckos can actually regenerate parts of their brain as well. Because of the connection between lizard brains and human brains (reptilian brain), this could be good news for us too. It could be the beginning of a new realm of research for treatment methods of injuries and degeneration from the human brain. The study was published last month in the journal Scientific Reports. Because of the knowledge of the geckos’ ability to regenerate parts of their body, it ... Read More

    Stanford’s Most Successful Remote Viewer Reveals Location Of 4 Alien Bases On Earth

    What is remote viewing? It’s an ability that allows the ‘viewer’ to be able to describe a remote geographical location up to several hundred thousand kilometres away (even more) from their physical location — one that they have never been to. This skill was taught to soldiers in multiple countries around the world, and from what I understand, still is. In the United States, the Remote Viewing program ran for 25 years at Stanford Research Institute before 70 percent of it was declassified, it was run in conjunction with the CIA and other intelligence agencies. In 1976, a presentation was ... Read More

    Robotic Dove-Shaped Drones Are Now Spying On People From Above

    Fascism has been approaching the developed world for a long time. It comes in the form of governments that can read every single email, GPS you at any time, track your every move, every step, know your internet habits better then you do. If they decide, they can put a bunch of information together and use it against you, especially if you become “an enemy of the state,” one who threatens the interests of the global elite. This is what it’s like to live in North America, and more people became aware of it with the Edward Snowden leaks. There were many ... Read More

    Who Lucifer Actually Is & Why They Are Here (Part 7: The Dawning Of Light)

    (Note: If you have not read the first six instalments of this article, I would highly recommend that you first read  Who Lucifer Actually Is & Why They Are Here (Part 1)(Part 2: Bloodline Families)(Part 3: The Harvest)(Part 4: Selling Your Soul), (Part 5: Ignorance Of The Human Bloodlines) and (Part 6: Insubstantiality of Luciferianism), because they provide an essential context for the discussion here.) Part 7 is the final piece. Much of our discussion in this series has revolved around the idea that Lucifer appears to be a paradox: a bringer of darkness and devastation on the one hand, a bringer of light and knowledge on ... Read More

    Study suggests drastic decline in mountain hares

    The number of mountain hares on moorland in the eastern Highlands is at less than 1% of their levels in the 1950s, according to new research.The study draws on data from one of Scotland's most renowned ecologists, Dr Adam Watson.Conservation groups have called for an end to the "indiscriminate and ruthless" mountain hare culls.Moorland managers say they find the report's conclusions "staggering" and at odds with their own experience ... Read More

    Study suggests drastic decline in mountain hares

    The number of mountain hares on moorland in the eastern Highlands is at less than 1% of their levels in the 1950s, according to new research.The study draws on data from one of Scotland's most renowned ecologists, Dr Adam Watson.Conservation groups have called for an end to the "indiscriminate and ruthless" mountain hare culls.Moorland managers say they find the report's conclusions "staggering" and at odds with their own experience ... Read More

    Rare Chinese tree’s flowers attract visitors to Roath Park

    The white flowers of Roath Park's Emmenopterys henryi tree have been attracting visitors since they were spotted about a week ago.The Chinese tree has flowered for the first time since it was planted in the Cardiff park more than 100 years ago, thanks to the heatwave.David Hughes, chairman of the Friends of Roath Park, said he hoped people would also visit many of the other trees there ... Read More

    Rare Chinese tree’s flowers attract visitors to Roath Park

    The white flowers of Roath Park's Emmenopterys henryi tree have been attracting visitors since they were spotted about a week ago.The Chinese tree has flowered for the first time since it was planted in the Cardiff park more than 100 years ago, thanks to the heatwave.David Hughes, chairman of the Friends of Roath Park, said he hoped people would also visit many of the other trees there ... Read More

    Being human: Big toe clung on longest to primate origins

    Image copyright ValuaVitaly, Getty Scientists have found that our big toe was one of the last parts of the foot to evolve, a study suggests.As our early ancestors began to walk on two legs, they would also have hung about in trees, using their feet to grasp branches. They walked differently on the ground, but were still able to move around quite efficiently. The rigid big toe that eventually evolved gives efficient push-off power during walking and running.The findings have been published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Image copyright MattiaATH, Getty Images In this new ... Read More

    These ‘End-Of-Life Doulas’ Are Guiding People Peacefully To Their Death

    When we typically hear the term doula, we either think ‘what the heck is that?’, or we may already know that a doula is a trained professional who assists in a more natural process of childbirth, usually in the home. So essentially, a ‘death doula’ is virtually the opposite: someone who assists a person who has a terminal illness, as well as helping that person’s friends, family members and even animals come to terms with the fast approaching morality that we will all face one day. In the world of mainstream medicine, doctors themselves don’t offer much to people who are on ... Read More

    Facebook Recognizes The Risks Of Too Much Screen Time With New ‘Time Limit Tool’

    Finally, it would seem that Facebook has begun to acknowledge the fact that its users are spending too much time on the app and that could potentially have some negative side effects. To combat this, the developers at Facebook are creating a ‘Time Limit Tool’ so that its users can set a time limit to ensure they aren’t wasting too much time on the app. This app can be used for Facebook or Instagram. This new tool will allow users to be able to track and monitor how much time they’ve spent scrolling and have a reminder set off when ... Read More

    Palm oil: A new threat to Africa’s monkeys and apes?

    Image copyright Getty Images Endangered monkeys and apes will almost certainly face new risks if Africa becomes a big player in the palm oil industry.That is the message of a study looking at how large-scale expansion of the oil crop in Africa might affect the continent's rich diversity of wildlife.Most areas suitable for growing palm oil are key habitats for primates, according to researchers.They say consumers can help by choosing sustainably-grown palm oil.Ultimately, this may mean paying more for food, cosmetics and cleaning products that contain the oil, or limiting their use."If we are concerned about the environment, we have ... Read More

    Winged reptiles thrived before dinosaurs

    Image copyright Brigham Young University Image caption A 3D printed model of the pterosaur skull discovered in Utah Palaeontologists have found a new species of pterosaur - the family of prehistoric flying reptiles that includes pterodactyl.It is about 210 millions years old, pre-dating its known relatives by 65 million years.Named Caelestiventus hanseni, the species' delicate bones were preserved in the remains of a desert oasis.The discovery suggests that these animals thrived around the world before the dinosaurs evolved. Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption The pterosaur is a close relative of Dimorphodon, discovered by Mary Anning on Britain's Jurassic ... Read More

    Tax haven link to rainforest destruction and illegal fishing

    Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Investments that have caused deforestation in the Amazon have been linked to offshore tax havens Deforestation in the Amazon and widespread illegal fishing have both been linked to tax havens, according to a new study.Some 68% of the investments tracked in the Amazon came from companies based in countries where no tax is paid. When it comes to illegal fishing, around 70% of known vessels are registered in tax havens.Tax avoidance schemes say the authors, are essentially subsidising the destruction of the environment. While the Paradise Papers and the Panama Papers exposed how wealthy ... Read More

    Information Warfare & Alex Jones: Journalistic Responsibility In A Post-Truth Era

    In our quest for truth, we all have intuitions, hunches, and personal insights that we may not be able to prove.  Whether it’s spiritual premonitions, conspiracy theories, or superstitious synchronicity, our conscious thought is an explorer in a universe of ideas, possibilities, and theories.  However, if there is no filter in place to bring form and meaning to these free-flowing ideas, the truth quickly becomes whatever we want it to be; feelings and opinions become just as “true” as verifiable, well-researched facts. The revolutionary ideas that produced the American experiment enshrining the Enlightenment principle of freedom of expression has produced ... Read More

    Nature Valley Ad Shows The Down Side Of Children Addicted To Technology

    Technology has become a staple in most of our lives, really, could you imagine life without it? In the video posted below, Nature Valley asks 3 generations what it was that they did for fun as a kid, the answers from the youngest generation may or may not surprise you, but is it time to cut back on the technology and bring kids back to nature? Technology is not bad per se, that isn’t the discussion here. This is about how we use it. Before technology, children would look to nature for entertainment. They would play outside on the lawn, go ... Read More
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