Current Moon Phase
July 16, 2015 - New Moon 23 ° Cancer
July 31, 2015 - Full Moon 7 ° Aquarius






FIFA World Cup Finals


July 6, 2015     8:40 AM EDT


Congratulations to all. It was a great game from the start.


Women's World Cup: Carli Lloyd's hat-trick leads U.S. to third title



How the Human Body Is Affected by the Cosmic Environment


July 6, 2015     10:24 AM EDT


Environmental variables, such as cosmic rays, solar activity, and electromagnetic waves in the Earth's atmosphere, may account for about 2-8 percent of heart rate variability. Cosmic rays have interested scientists for many different reasons. Cosmology


NASA Explaining Schumann Resonances



Power Animals


July 4, 2015     12:22 PM EDT


A power animal is a broadly animistic and shamanic concept that has entered the English language from Anthropology, Ethnography and Sociology. The concept of a Power Animal is universal to all cultures. One might perceive a power animal as a tutelary spirit guides who helps or protects individuals, lineages, and nations.


Find Your Power Animal



Your Body on Sleep Deprivation


July 1, 2015     9:18 AM ET


Your Brain Goes Haywire
Your ability to solve problems takes a nosedive as does your memory
Your Metabolism Slows Down
Your Skin Gets Dull
Your Blood Pressure Spikes
Your Sex Drive Might Plummet
Your Immune System Takes a Hit

Articles about Sleep



7 Mattress Myths You Should Stop Believing Right Now


July 1, 2015     8:48 AM ET


Choosing the right mattress, no matter what your physical issues may or may not be, is very important especially for someone like me who sleeps 9 hours every night. I recently bought a new mattress and tried each one in the story until I made my decision. There are so many choices these days. I knew the right mattress going in, but it was fun to explore.
Mattress Myths



Humans around the world dance to the same beat


June 30, 2015     10:30 AM ET


There is something called the "Dance of Creation" - a harmonic that unites everyone and everything in the hologram and will signal the end.


A new study has found that songs from around the world tend to share features, including a strong rhythm, that enable coordination in social situations and encourage group bonding. Dance and Music



Why Most Alzheimer's Patients Are Women


June 29, 2015     8:50 AM ET


Nearly two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer's disease are women, and now some scientists are questioning the long-held assumption that it's just because they tend to live longer than men. What else may put woman at extra risk? Could it be genetics? Biological differences in how women age? Alzheimer's












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