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Want to cultivate stronger, deeper, more loyal relationships? Here’s what you need to do

Over the past decade, I’ve met or interviewed countless executives, managers, and entrepreneurs. Many of these people built careers and businesses …

Relationships

How to Download Absolutely Everything You Can Find on the Web

The internet is always there, vast and accessible, from wherever you happen to be—until it isn’t. Maybe you’ve got a long flight ahead of you and …

Scientists Want to Talk to People Who've Had Life Changing Psychedelic Experiences

Johns Hopkins University researchers wants to know if you’ve ever had a life changing experience while tripping balls.<p>Psychedelics have come a long way. LSD, psilocybin mushrooms, and DMT were a staple of the 1960s counter-culture. Hippie leaders such as Timothy Leary claimed that psychedelics were …

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Researchers Find A 250 Million Year Old Microchip Embedded In Stone

So after finding a whole plethora of ancient artefacts in recent times dating back millions of years, people have been finding weird and wonderful …

Your 7 chakras, explained—plus how to tell if they’re blocked

Odds are, if you’ve attended a yoga class, group meditation, or indulged in an hourlong reiki session, your instructor or practitioner most likely …

Consciousness Doesn’t Reside in the Brain: New Theory or Old News?

Do you know you are a multidimensional being? Your body isn’t big enough to contain you.<p>In recently published research produced by a team from the Blue Brain Project, neuroscientists applied a classic branch of math called algebraic topology in a whole new way to peer into the brain to discover it …

Oil and gas industry is causing Texas earthquakes, a 'landmark' study suggests

An unnatural number of earthquakes hit Texas in the past decade, and the region's seismic activity is increasing. In 2008, two earthquakes stronger than magnitude 3 struck the state. Eight years later, 12 did.<p>Natural forces trigger most earthquakes. But humans are causing earthquakes, too, with …

Earth's Rotation Is Mysteriously Slowing Down: Experts Predict Uptick In 2018 Earthquakes

Scientists have found strong evidence that 2018 will see a big uptick in the number of large earthquakes globally. Earth’s rotation, as with many things, is cyclical, slowing down by a few milliseconds per day then speeding up again.<p>You and I will never notice this very slight variation in the …

Earth Science

Scientists implanted rodents with lab-grown human ‘mini brains,’ and that’s not even the scary part

Stem cell research has been a hotly debated issue for years already, but groundbreaking work utilizing stem-cell-grown human brain tissue is about to …

How Cosmic Rays Revealed a Secret Void in the Great Pyramid

The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the storied Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Also called Khufu's Pyramid, It's among the oldest, biggest …

Archaeology

NASA sent Scott Kelly to space for a year, and 7% of his genes are now expressed differently than those of his identical twin Mark

When NASA astronaut Scott Kelly stood up last March after spending a year in space, he was two inches taller than his identical twin brother Mark.<p>The engineer and veteran of four space flights is part of a long-term NASA study that aims to figure out how being in space changes our bodies and brains.<p>…

Wu-Tang declared “Triumph” with one of the strangest and best videos ever made

Time has been kind to <i>Wu-Tang Forever</i>. The 1997 double album is sprawling and messy, the Wu’s nine-headed gauntlet of Staten Island talent holding …

Dying May Not Be As Frightening As We Imagine It Will Be

A few years ago, psychological scientist Kurt Gray came across the final statements of 500 Texas inmates executed between 1982 and 2013. (The state’s …

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Robin Finseth: Demystifying Clairvoyance

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The Great Pyramid of Giza’s mysterious chambers reveal secrets

Experts think they’re on the verge of solving a mystery hidden deep inside this awe-inspiring wonder of the ancient world, reports <i>The Sun.</i><p>Scientists …

Archaeology

China has pulled off a 'profound' feat of teleportation

In early July, scientists in China revealed they had used a "spooky" property of the universe to pull off teleportation between the ground and space …

Quantum Physics

9 little things that people with anxiety quietly live with all the time

It’s probably hard to understand someone who has anxiety for people that don’t experience any at all. Sure, everyone gets a little nervous and on …

7 Ft. Tall Bat-Like Creature Perched On Downtown Chicago Streetlamp

<b>The following account was received by Manuel Navarette at UFO Clearinghouse:</b><br>I was leaving work at about 8:45 PM CT on Thursday night (<i>July 27, 2017</i>) …

Spiritus Arcanum: The Magick of Matthew Venus - For Puck’s Sake

August 1, 2017 by Mat Auryn<p>Matthew Venus has been a practitioner, student, and teacher of the occult for over twenty five years. He is a folk …

Spirituality

Signs of panic and rebellion in the heart of ISIL’s self-proclaimed caliphate

BAGHDAD — The graffiti that appeared on a wall near the mosque in Mosul where the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant declared his …

Japanese engineers say their flying cars will be in the air by the Tokyo Olympics

A team of young Japanese engineers is developing a flying car with the goal of launching it in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.<p>The futuristic vehicle – dubbed Skydrive – is fitted with three wheels, a motor and four rotors, enabling it to take off and land vertically from public roads without the …

Many Fantastic Colors on Mars: The Nili Fossae region, located on the northwest rim of Isidis impact basin, is one of the most colorful regions of Mars. The colors over many regions of Mars are homogenized by the dust and regolith, but here the bedrock is very well exposed, except where there are sand dunes. The rocks also have diverse compositions. This region is ancient and has had a complicated geologic history, leading to interesting structures like layered bedrock, as well as other compositions. This image of Nili Fossae was taken on Feb. 5, 2016, at 14:54 local Mars time by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona #nasa #space #astronomy #mars #mro #planet

Tonight’s SpaceX rocket launch: start time, live stream, and what to expect

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The answer to treating drug and alcohol addiction may be far simpler than you think

The answer is far simpler than you might think, at least according to neuroscience journalist and author Maia Szalavitz, whose new book, "Unbroken Brain," throws water on most of the modern assumptions that plague our understanding of drug and alcohol addiction.<p>Addiction, she writes, is not a …

Newly Discovered State of Matter Could Be a Breakthrough for Quantum Computing

Quantum spin liquids seem to defy the laws of nature.<p>Physicists have finally detected the existence of a mysterious new state of matter known as quantum spin liquid in a real material.<p>This new discovery is not only exciting in its own right, it presents vast possibilities for the future of quantum …

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MoD gravity sensor breakthrough to 'see underground or through walls'

A scientific breakthrough in a Ministry of Defence research project could pave the way for a scanners that one day could see underground or through walls.<p>A team of scientists including experts at the MoD’s Porton Down labs have developed a new device that can detect tiny fluctuations in gravity.<p>The …

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16 Unhealthy Habits You Should Get Rid Of By Turning 35 Years Old

If you are reaching your mid-thirties it is time to take have a look at yourself and decide which habits are worthwhile keeping and which are …