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February 22, 2016 - Full Moon 3° Virgo

Cascadia Subduction Zone

February 11, 2016    3:00 PM ET

The Cascadia subduction zone is a gargantuan size and potential power amaze earthquake experts, who say it could cause the worst natural disaster in the history of North America -- if it ruptures entirely. This quake-maker sits at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, where the seabed meets the North American tectonic plate. Read More ...

Gravitational Waves Discovered

February 12, 2016    8:36 AM ET

Gravitational Waves Discovered February 2016 - Science and Pseudoscience -- Videos and Links

This is a major discovery merging Physics and Metaphysics - Science and Pseudoscience.

Entanglement for identical particles doesn't follow textbook rules

February 9, 2016    4:34 PM ET

In quantum entanglement, two particles are correlated in such a way that any action on one of them affects the other even when they are far apart. The traditional methods of measuring the degree of quantum entanglement were originally developed for nonidentical particles, such as between an electron and a proton, or two atoms of different types. Unfortunately, these methods do not work very well when applied to identical particles, such as two electrons or two helium atoms, since such particles are indistinguishable. Read More ...

New Hampshire Primaries

February 10, 2016    8:00 AM ET

As I predicted yesterday ... Trump and Sanders were the winners by significant margins dominating the Republican and Democratic primaries - winning almost every town. This is how things are going to continue until primaries this summer.

I believe Trump will come out victorious at the end of the day. For some reason I'm drawn to him and what he will fight hard to achieve. Goodbye to the Establishment, the Bushes and the Clintons once and for all and the rest of the corrupt politicians who have ruled our fate for over 200 years. Hopefully this represents a new inset in the hologram on our journey to freedom.

It's all connected by a matter of quantum entanglement ...

Teaching is part of the human genome

February 8, 2016    6:33 PM ET

As an educator in one form or another all of my life I've always known that it's in my genetic make up to teach.

Current research has concluded that there is indeed a teaching component to the human genome.

Genetics in the news

Babies and Consciousness

February 10, 2016    7:40 PM ET

Some babies are having a hard time adjusting from either the birth itself or simply to being in their body. In regression therapy, some people can remember their own birth. The details are confirmed by their parents. It is a phenomenon which is well known among psychotherapists as well as mystics. So there is obviously more going on in the consciousness of an infant than we are aware of. Read More ...


February 9, 2016    10:03 AM ET

We know the seasons affect your moods - SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder).

A new study address is the effect of seasons on your cognitive skills

Underground formations reveal wet past of Australia's Nullarbor Plain

February 9, 2016    5:10 PM ET

A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in Australia has found evidence that suggests that a desert region in Australia experienced a relatively short burst of wetter weather approximately five million years ago.

Their study of stalagmites and stalactites in caves in the area and why they believe what they found might give a hint of what the future holds for Australia.

Australia -- Deserts

Turning Off Niagara Falls Could Reveal Geological Secrets

February 9, 2016    10:45 AM ET

For the first time in nearly 50 years, officials are debating turning off the tap for part of Niagara Falls. Officials have proposed drying out two of the three waterfalls that make up Niagara Falls - American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls - so that workers can repair the aging pedestrian bridges that span the rapids along the river that feeds the falls. Horseshoe Falls is the third waterfall that makes up Niagara. The proposed "dewatering" would do more than provide the curious with a rare chance to see the landscape transformed. Waterfalls

Researchers Find More Women Buried At Stonehenge Than Men

February 9, 2016    9:40 AM ET

Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of 14 women, believed to be of elite status, buried at the iconic prehistoric monument of Stonehenge. The remarkable discovery suggest a gender-equal society thousands of years ago. The archaeology now shows that as far as the burials go, women were as prominent there as men. This contrasts with the earlier burial mounds, where men seem to be more prominent. Stonehenge (Scroll Down)

The Science Behind Why You Get "Hangry"

February 9, 2016    9:20 AM ET

You know the feeling: You were in a rush out the door and skipped breakfast, or maybe you have a huge dinner planned so you're skimping on your usual afternoon snacks. Slowly but surely, your plain old hunger turns into a simmering grouchiness and you're officially "hangry." Nutrition Articles

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