November 15, 2014

Truth Inside Of You

Peter Baumann, former member of the band Tangerine Dream and founder of the Baumann Foundation, argues that our baseline is a kind of joy of living, but that we're easily distracted from it. He explains the ancient Greek distinction between happiness in the moment and lasting, existential happiness, and the value of both. Source: truth-code
This month, Mike Rossi, a Philadelphia father, took his two children out of school for a few days so they could see him participating in the Boston Marathon. The school called it an "inexcusable absence" evidently feeling that they get to have the final say in family trips. Above is photo of the letter they got. Mike had some things to say. This was his response to the school: Dear Madam Principal, While I appreciate your concern for our children’s education, I can promise you the
The attitude that is conditioned into our psyche from a young age is that we have to learn a skill and use that to get a job in order to earn money which in term feeds the growth of the economy. One question I think almost everyday but I find many other people don’t give it a second thought is why do we have to work? “Normal is getting dressed in clothes that you buy for work and driving through traffic in a car that you are still paying for – in order to get to the job you need to pa
A social experiment held in Berlin reminding people of the working conditions of the people who make the clothes that everyone else buy with very few euros. An impressive vending machine placed in the Berlin central square offering t-shirts for 2 €, to carry out a test: If people see the conditions under which a garment is prepared would they buy it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfANs2y_frk
On the Greek island of Ikaria, people are far more likely to live to 100, and diseases like lung cancer mysteriously disappear. By Dan Buettner from The Blue Zones One day in 1976, Stamatis Moraitis of Boynton Beach, Florida, felt short of breath. Climbing stairs was a chore; he had to quit working midday. After reviewing his X-rays, his doctor concluded that Moraitis had lung cancer. As he recalls, nine other doctors confirmed the diagnosis. They gave him nine months to live. He was in hi
Jia Haixia and Jia Wenqi are 53 year-old men with disabilities. Mr. Haixia is blind and Mr. Wenqi has had his both arms amputated. Despite their disabilities, they form a great team that makes a huge difference. They have worked together for 10 years and have managed to plant 10,000 trees in a rural area in Hebei, China. They deserve to be called eco-warriors and heroes for their incredible efforts and amazing deed! 10 years ago, these men decided to team up and start their work together. Thi
Castaways is a documentary series chronicling the successful rehabilitation program of inmates that train unwanted dogs for re-introduction or adoption. The series highlights the plight that both prisoners and unwanted dogs face, and how an unlikely union between the two brings out a change in character of both man and beast — each trying to save and serve the other. The results are life-changing for the prisoner, the dog, and the future pet owner. In the video below, you’ll meet a dog
At this moment you can be anywhere, doing anything. Instead you sit alone before a screen.  So what is stopping us from doing what we want, being where we wanna be? Each day we wake up in the same room, following the same path to live the same day as yesterday. Yet at one time, each day was a new adventure. Along the way something changed.  Before, our days were timeless, now our days are scheduled. Is this what it means to be grownup, to be free, but are we really free?  Food, water and
It was once said “your biggest fear should be fear itself” I would have to say this is pretty right on. Why? Because fear is a negative emotion and because of fear you tend to pay more attention to it which starts the physical birth of some kind of reaction. This is why most people that fear that they are going to get hurt get hurt more than the rest. Or think they are going to be sick and then it happens. If you fear that you don’t have enough money to pay the bills and speak and t
Who says that the animals don't have the ability ti feel gratitude?  A case in point is a sea turtle that became entangled off the coast of Mexico.  Divers Colin Sutton & Cameron Dietrich were out about about when they happened upon the helpless turtle who was flailing away in the sea.  Freeing the creature took just moments, and then the sea turtle rather than swimming away in fear proceeded to do a lap around the diver before attempting to give what appeared to be a turtle hug!  Perhap
Is this the skull of Mary Magdalene? For centuries people have flocked to the Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume basilica in France for a glimpse of Mary’s bones. In the year 1279, excavations of the crypt beneath a small church in St. Maximin in France uncovered 1st century tombs along with a surprising find: a sarcophagus made of marble. Charles II, the Count of Provence who led the excavation, claims he was spurred to do so by a dream in which Saint Mary Magdalene appeared to him.
Many people tend to expect too much of others: their family, their friends or even just acquaintances. It's a usual mistake: people don't think exactly the way you do. That's why you often get hurt by people when it's all your fault. It is only reasonable to expect that people will do what they say they will do. This is all we can reasonably expect - that people will keep their word. The following list includes some of the things you should stop expecting from others. 1) People can't al
A group of Russian photographers apparently climbed the Great Pyramid of Giza—hiding from guards for four hours after closing time before beginning the ascent. Climbing the pyramid, one of the photographers claims, carries a punishment of one to three years. But it was worth it. "I was speechless," one wrote. "I felt a chilling delight, absolute happiness." Here are some of their photos: Source:www.gawker.com Since they were visible to guards, the photographs took most of their pict
This video shows how our obsession with technology takes control of our lives without us realising it. You don't need to delete your social networks or destroy your cell phones, the message is simple, be balanced, be mindful, be present, be here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRl8EIhrQjQ&feature=youtu.be If this doesn't convience you to put your phone down,then nothing will...
According to a 1930 New York Times article, Wu Chung-chieh, a professor of the Chengdu University, discovered Imperial Chinese government records from 1827 congratulating Li Ching-Yuen on his 150th birthday, and further documents later congratulating him on his 200th birthday in 1877. In 1928, a New York Times correspondent wrote that many of the old men in Li's neighborhood asserted that their grandfathers knew him when they were boys, and that he at that time was a grown man. Li Ching Yue
The vulture is waiting for the girl to die to eat her. The photograph was taken by South African photojournalist, Kevin Carter, while on assignment to Sudan. He took his own life a couple of month later due to depression. “The parents of the children were busy taking food from the plane, so they had left their children only briefly while they collected the food. This was the situation for the girl in the photo taken by Carter. A vulture landed behind the girl. To get the two in focus, Car
I’m going to share a game with you. This game will reveal incredible things about whoever plays it; surprise, shock and delight complete strangers, and has kickstarted more friendships than I know how to count. Play along and you’ll see… I want you to imagine a desert, stretching out as far as your eyes can see. In this desert is a cube. Your first task is to describe the cube. What does it look like? How large is it? What is it made of? Where exactly is it? There are no r
A group of Seattle artists make the best of the city's famous weather with «Rainworks," a sidewalk art displayed only when it rains. Xack Fischer and Forestry Tressider create sidewalk paintings, using a compound called superhydrophobic that repells water from wood and stone  surfaces to create sidewalk drawings that are invisible when dry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBwpON6HIR8 Rainworks  appear only when the surface is wet, featuring messages and  images that fits perf
A woman, a blind and the inspiration of the moment! Every day we witness the inability of many people to survive. Destitute of all ages are seeking a way for our help. Sometimes they might touch within us a chord, sometimes we turn our heads and we continue our way. Unfortunately, most of the times - preoccupied by our own problems - we overpass indifferent! I am blind. Please help me, writes the sign beside this man, while passers overtake him hasty and most of them indifferent. Some
The street photographer-Babycakes Romero posted some pictures he had taken on his website known as ‘The Death of Conversation’ to depict how we have become so addicted to our Smartphones. He took these pictures as he roams on the street, observing critically what people are doing with their Smartphones in their daily activities. On his website, he wrote: “I saw how people used it as a social prop, to hide their awkwardness, to fill the silence but as I continued to observe and docu
Starting this week, for the first time ever, large volumes of Albert Einstein’s unreleased work will be made available to the public, for free. The newly released files contain over 5,000 documents, which include, letters, papers, postcards, notebooks and diaries that were left behind by Einstein when he died in 1955. The documents were collected from various different sources all over the world, including random attics and shoeboxes that Einstein used as storage places. However, a large po
Do you want to be more in touch with your inner wisdom? Do you want to transform and express your True Self? Then, you’ll want to use this info from The Chakra Energy Diet to help balance your Throat Chakra. If you agree with more than 3 or 4 of the following statements, you may want to look at ways to heal your Throat Chakra… THROAT CHAKRA ISSUES I don’t have time to cook. I tend to gulp down my food. I tend to overeat, but still feel the need for more. I have or have had
There are certain ways that everyone sleeps, whether it’s on their side or their stomach. For instance, Leonardo da Vinci took 20-minute naps every four hours to recharge his intellectual batteries, Charles Dickens slept facing north because he felt it improved his creativity, and these baby otters make squeaky toy noises as they nap because they’re cute enough to make you squeal. Most of us don’t have as eccentric sleeping habits as Mariah Carey, who surrounds herself with 15 humi
by Mateo Sol There is an underlying power, energy, essence or consciousness that births, energizes and sustains all of creation and the universe in its many manifested forms and appearances, and it is to this underlying power everything returns. This basic energetic undercurrent of existence is shared by all of life, with various manifested life forms emerging from it, and vibrating on different levels.  It is this basic energetic undercurrent that is called ‘Spirit’. Spirit ca
“The most damaging phrase in the language is: ‘It’s always been done that way.'” ~ Grace Hopper A group of scientists placed five monkeys in a cage, and in the middle, a ladder with bananas on top. Every time a monkey went up the ladder, the scientists soaked the rest of the monkeys with cold water. After a while, every time a monkey would start up the ladder, the others would pull it down and beat it up. After a time, no monkey would dare try climbing the ladder, no matter how
Luther Standing Bear was an Oglala Lakota (Sioux) Chief who, among a few rare others such asCharles Eastman, Black Elk and Gertrude Bonnin occupied the rift between the way of life of the Indigenous people of the Great Plains before, and during, the arrival and subsequent spread of the European pioneers. Raised in the traditions of his people until the age of eleven, he was then educated at the Carlisle Indian Industrial Boarding School of Pennsylvania, where he learned the english language
What do you see? A duck or a rabbit? This is a well known optical illusion which can be seen in two ways, either as a rabbit, or as a duck. Which one do you? And when you see one image, you can switch to another? And now the most important question - how quickly you can change from one image to another? Most people, at first distinguish the duck and then distinguish the rabbit. But the question is how quickly you can change that image in your mind. Do you need much mental effort to
One of the greatest skills you could possess in this world is learning how to deal with negative people.  People who insist on choosing the negative perspective, dwell on the negative, and feed off of dragging others down into their low vibration. If you are fairly positive person (or at least trying to be one), hanging around negative people can feel extremely counterproductive.  Since energy is transferrable between people, oftentimes you may find that when you hang around negative people
The video below was created by the Gaia Foundation and aims to raise awareness of the overuse and misuse of electronic devices. The highly targeted video called Wake Up Call and shows how the bombardment of advertisements leading man in the pursuit of more modern electronic devices, which after at least considered old and replaced by new models literally enslaving the consumer in a futile struggle to acquire new model of an alleged phone called Y Phone, referring to the iPhone and all these n
I taught a mindfulness class at my daughters’ elementary school this week. Unsurprisingly, the kids taught me way more than I taught them. While I was doing research to develop the class, I came upon a wealth of information about mindfulness programs in schools. For one, I learned that actress Goldie Hawn has been working with neuroscientists, cognitive psychologists and educators to develop a mindfulness curriculum for schools. I was thrilled to find out that their research reported that m
Acquiring a new skill and expanding your knowledge doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. There are many easily accessible, free services on the web that can help educate you on countless topics. Tutorials, instructional videos, even classes are available to teach you a variety of skills, from changing the oil in a car to learning a new language – it’s up to you!  Enjoy checking out these 11 sites- you’ll definitely find what you’re looking for. eHow – One of the biggest how-to
For a long time, I had a hard time sleeping. We can chock it up to bad food late at night, too many screens before bed, and stress. I found it incredibly difficult to shut my brain down and give it a break at night. After weeks of not being able to sleep a full night, a friend of mine told me about the “4-7-8″ breathing trick. But what is that? This method was developed by a wellness practitioner, Harvard-educated Dr. Andrew Weil, who studies meditation, breathing, and how it can be us
By Gregg Prescott At the turn of this century, the Dalai Lama issued the following eighteen rules for living. Of the many problems we face today, some are natural calamities and must be accepted and faced with equanimity. Others, however, are of our own making, created by misunderstanding, and can be corrected. One such type arises from the conflict of ideologies, political or religious, when people fight each other for petty ends, losing sight of the basic humanity that binds us
Marc Chernoff, Marc and Angel “That which does not kill us makes us stronger.” –Friedrich Nietzsche The wisest, most loving, and well rounded people you have ever met are likely those who have known misery, known defeat, known the heartbreak of losing something or someone they loved, and have found their way out of the depths of their own despair.  These people have experienced many ups and downs, and have gained an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fil
Anxiety is pretty common in the human population. Research has shown that 1 in 4 people will experience an anxiety disorder in their lifetime. Anxiety can be separated from fear by the distinction that fear evolved as a response to a real or perceived immediate threat while anxiety is the expectation of a future threat. Imagine our ancestors, when confronted with a dangerous animal. The fear response kicks in and adrenaline starts flowing, allowing our ancestor more energy to get to safety, wher
Quantum physics beyond the revolution brought in the early 20th century, changed the way we see the world. Most importantly revealed that the reality we perceive ... it is very real, but a creation of the mind and our senses. The video below even more demolishes the foundations of "reality". It is the famous -in scientific cycles; Double-slit experiment proving that our consciousness affects the reality! In other words, the consciousness of the observer plays a catalytic role in the event
By Steven Bancarz| We have all heard the term “old soul” before, and many of us know someone who seems to have a soul that could be called “old”.  Whether we think of an old soul as being a soul that has lived many previous lives, or as a young soul that behaves as though they are decades older than they are, everybody knows an old soul when they see them. When it comes to children, it is even easier to pick an old soul out from the crowd if you know what signs to look for.  Many pa
Let’s play a quick game. Picture a desert stretching out as far far far as your eyes can see. Within this desert is a cube. Describe the cube. What does it look like? How large is the cube? What’s it made of? And where in the desert is the cube No right answers and no wrong answers. You can’t lose the game! Feel free to take a moment before you continue. So there you are in the desert with your cube. Along with the cube, you notice a ladder. Now, describe the ladder. How big is it? Whe
Written by Ryan Boyd|  What is DMT? DMT or Dimethyltryptamine is a naturally occurring chemical compound in the human brain.  It is produced by our pineal gland or third eye when we sleep and is said to be the main reason we experience dreams (this is not proven, but all indications lead to this being the most likely possibility).  The compound is found in almost every plant and mammal (including grass!) with a few exceptions. The majority of life contains the essential amino acid
This video reveals how the graphics used for television is magic working against you.Hieroglyphic magic combined with modern science has got to be integrated into the subconscious and create a desired effect for the viewer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gokgnAQoqgc
The theory that heart attacks begin in the heart itself - the Myogenic Theory - and not in the arteries, was developed by my father-in-law, the Brazilian cardiologist, Quintiliano H de Mesquita, who died in 2000. In this article, I propose to describe the history of the myogenic theory for a public that is largely unaware of this alternative theory since its introduction in 1972. In addition to the myogenic theory, Dr Mesquita developed the concept of ventricular aneurysm surgery.
By Alex ‘Earthie Mama’ Du Toit, Your first line of defense against any virus or infection is your own immune system, and there has never been a better time than right now to learn how to support your immune system naturally. Combining 7 antibacterial and antiviral ingredients, the basic formula of this ‘Master Tonic’ dates back to medieval Europe. It is a super cleansing natural antibiotic, destroying both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. It is a potent anti-viral
The health benefits of tequila are pretty exciting, so grab a lime and read on. Here are a few of the reasons to raise your shot glass and say “Salud”!! 1.No hangover – You may be skeptical, but the truth is that REAL tequila won’t give you a hangover. You may feel hung-over after drinking the watered-down stuff  (anything with 51% tequila can be sold as “tequila”), but if you drink the real, 100% pure agave tequila, you won’t have to worry about the morning-after headache!
When President Obama began lifting restrictions on travel, diplomatic and economic relations between the US and Cuba earlier this year, many Americans celebrated the fact that Cuban cigars and rum, among other things, would become more accessible. For half a century, Cuban products have been rare in the US due to an economic embargo established by President John F. Kennedy at the height of the Cold War. The embargo hasn’t been lifted completely, but the president’s decision to rekind
For those of you who watch my show, you may have seen the episode from last season when I threw Kidd Cole’s cell phone into the river. What you don't know is that I would have been just as satisfied, if not more so, throwing my own phone in the river. It’s amazing that I can find enough ways to waste hours a day looking through Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and Vine. I don’t hit the Millennial average of 8-10 hours a day, but sometimes it gets so bad, I’m on the verge of deleting all
There is no secret that green tea is wonderful for your health, but this particular strain originating in Japan is amazing for your health! Matcha tea is believed to be one of the highest quality powdered green teas in the world. High in Antioxidants Antioxidants are the magical nutrients and enzymes responsible for fighting the negative effects of UV radiation, giving us younger-looking healthier skin, as well as preventing a number of life-threatening maladies.  Matcha provides us with
Whiskey is one of the best alcohols you can drink. Not only is it the least likely to give you a hangover, but it’s also one of the healthiest around. You’ll find that having a few fingers of whiskey every week can help to: Avoid Weight Gain – Whiskey is a low-calorie alcohol, especially when compared to the many cocktails, beers, and wines you can find on supermarket shelves. You can drink a tumbler of whiskey without worrying about packing on the pounds thanks to its low sugar conte
Aspartame, the artificial sweetener linked to cancer, heart palpitations, seizures, weight gain and other severe medical issues, is now going by the name AminoSweet. The toxic sweetener, Aspartame, has been around over 25 years after it was accidentally discovered by chemist, James Schlatter while working for the drug company G.D. Searle & Company. It was created as an anti-ulcer pharmaceutical drug, but the chemist discovered it had a sweet taste, so the drug company switched its ap
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a chronic, progressive degenerative brain disorder that breaks down and eventually destroys brain cells and the neurons that connect brain cells to one another. The disease usually starts slowly and gets worse over time. It is a common form of dementia, leading to a decline in memory, behavior and mental capabilities. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s disease makes up 50 to 80 percent of dementia cases. Experts do not know the exact cau
Coffee does have its benefits if used properly. It is an important source of antioxidants that assist in the prevention of diseases like colon cancer. Coffee’s antioxidants have been proven to be effective in the prevention of malignant diseases like colon disease. The antioxidant properties come from the chlorogenic acid that can also be found in fruits. Experts will agree that coffee has antioxidant properties, but it also has negative effects when it is consumed before you eat or drink
Providing further evidence that THC kills cancer cells! Since 1974, there have been studies that show cannabis to be an anti-tumor agent. The results of the 1974 Washington Post study found that THC “slowed the growth of lung cancers, breast cancers and a virus-induced leukemia in laboratory mice, and prolonged their lives by as much as 36%.” A similar study, conducted in 1998 by a research team at Madrid’s Complutense University found that THC can selectively induce programmed cell d
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is in the news again making headlines after having to settle another major lawsuit bringing the latest total to over $9.1 billion since 2003. This time, it is due to GSK’s product Pandemrix, which was the swine flu vaccine forced upon the public during the pandemic of 2009 (which is argued by some to have been fake). As the victims are being compensated in the U.K., the same neurological mechanisms that damaged the children in the lawsuit are still potentially at work in
Nicotine is one of the most potent substances in cigarettes from which addiction million people suffer. Below we give you some tips on how to rid your body of nicotine so as to completely stop smoking and the damage caused to the heart, lungs and liver. Smoking is harmful to health. We all know, but for some it is quite difficult to stop this habit. Nicotine induces rapid increase of blood pressure and severe damage to the lungs. Moreover, even if you stop smoking, the effect of nicotine last
Okra is one of the most therapeutic vegetables. After reading this article, we are certain that you will begin utilizing Okra as a part of your every day diet. What Is Okra? This therapeutic vegetable is grown all throughout the tropical and warm mild districts around the globe for its stringy fruits or “pods”. Okra can be consumed as a vegetable. Okra aka “Lady’s finger” is in with the Malvaceae (mallows) family and is named deductively as Abelmoschus esculentus.  Why Should You
“Alternative” medicine is usually grouped in a category that still remains seen as “unscientific,” thus leaving it out of the accepted treatment category in modern day medicine. One of these treatments is acupuncture, or acupressure. It’s generally held that acupuncture originated in China, while in fact acupuncture is mentioned in documents that date from a few hundred years ago all the way up to the Common Era. Even sharpened stones and bones from approximately 600 BCE have bee
Sleeping is essential for good health, as we all know. But, a new study has shown that sleeping in a colder room can improve health. Colder sleeping rooms can subtly transform your brown adipose tissue (considered as a good adipose) into higher consumption of energy and metabolism, even during the day. Until recently, scientists have considered that adults do not have brown adipose, but during the last couple of years, a very small amount in the size of a teaspoon, has been found in the nec
Our bodies are sending us messages every day pertaining to our overall health. Learning to interpret those messages can help us pay attention to what our body is telling us that it needs. Some signals that our body sends us, like pain, are more obvious than others. Pain is a definite sign that something is wrong. Unfortunately most of the signals our body sends us are much more subtle. Here are some signals that your body send you every day that you need to be paying attention to. 1. Urine
At least, there is if you cook with non stick Teflon cookware. Teflon cookware, when heated to high temperature (when cooking, for example) can release fumes that are harmful to humans and lethal to pet birds. Canaries were used in coal mines to determine air quality – if they couldn’t breathe or died suddenly, miners knew that the air quality was hazardous and they needed to exit immediately. Every year, hundreds of pet birds, however, keel over and are rushed to the vet. The cause o
The Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Otto H. Warburg, had devoted his life to the study of and cause of cancer. Dr. Warburg was one of the 20th centuries leading biologists, and he discovered that the root cause of cancer is too much acidity in the body, meaning that the pH in the body is below the normal level of 7.365, which constitutes an “acidic” state. Warburg investigated the metabolism of tumours and the respiration of cells and discovered that cancer cells maintain and thrive in a lower
What happened when a UK doctor appeared as an expert witness to help two mothers prove in court that their children didn’t need to be vaccinated? A 3 year court case against the British General Medical Council that ended with the doctor accused having allallegations dropped. Dr. Jayne Donegan, a UK GP, has lived a most fascinating story. It began with her originally being a very strong advocate for vaccinations, but fast forward quite a few years later, and she now not only speaks ou
Many people are aware that biotech has built up a seed monopoly by patenting GMOs, yet not everybody understands that Monsanto attempted to patent a tomato that had no biotech characteristics. Presently, the European Patent Office (EPO), with assistance from a universal coalition, No Patents on Seeds!, has denied Monsanto's fradulent patent and case to tomatoes that are characteristically impervious to a fungal disease called botrytis. These natural, non-GMO tomatoes, in the same way as oth
Our modern society is highly dependent upon the “system.” Not only do we rely upon utility services to bring us electricity, water and natural gas, but also on an incredibly complex supply chain which provides us with everything from food to computers. Without that supply chain, most of us wouldn’t know what to do. This situation is actually becoming worse, rather than better. When I compare my generation (I’m in my 50s) to that of my children, I see some striking differences. In my g
By LANCE DEHAVEN-SMITH, Ph.D. In his book Philosophical Investigations, philosopher of science Ludwig Wittgenstein demonstrated that words are more than designations or labels. They are signals in a context of activity, and are invested with many assumptions about the roles and social status of speakers and listeners. In the 20th century, men often called women “girls.” This term, while indeed referring to something real – to women – was more than merely a label; it was d
ActionAid has conducted a social experiment in the center of Athens in a bus stop , on racism. In the following video, two actors, one from Bangladesh and the other from Greece, faked a scene of verbal racist attack. The cameras recorded the true reactions of people waiting for the bus. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhIaPWvW07o The results say a loud NO to racism.Together, we are stronger against racism, let's take all position. Source: Action Aid
The black clip cartoon showing a boy who falls victim of bullying at school. "I feel alone," he says. The video, which normally lasts approximately two minutes has the following special features. When sharing on Facebook, the next sees a version of which is one thousandth of a second smaller. The process continues as long as this is shared on Facebook. At the end, the film will be reduced so that it consists of a single frame, and that this would be for notification too. The idea is tha
Turkish men take to the streets and utilize social media, posting themselves wearing skirts to protest sexual violence and assault. When Özgecan Aslan was mutilated and murdered for resisting rape in her home country of Turkey, enraged citizens – both male and female – banded together to protest the acceptance of sexual violence and assault. – Magazine.Good.Is Women have been recounting their own stories of personal assault by raising awareness through social media platforms, s
The Global Marijuana March (GMM) is an annual rally held at different locations across the planet. It refers to cannabis-related events that occur on the first Saturday in May, or thereabouts, and may include marches, meetings, rallies, raves, concerts, festivals and information tables. The Global Marijuana March also goes by the name of the Million Marijuana March (MMM). It began in 1999.Hundreds of thousands of people have participated in over 829 different cities in 72 countries worldwid
The Department of Justice and the FBI are pursuing a ‘multi-subject long-term’ investigation of the open-information website, court documents reveal The US government is conducting an active, long-term criminal investigation intoWikiLeaks, a federal judge has confirmed in court documents. Five years after Julian Assange and his team began publishing the massive dump of US state secrets leaked by an army intelligence analyst, two wings of the Department of Justice and the FBI remain eng
A creative company in California called Reduce. Reuse. Grow has designed a coffee cup that is not only biodegradable, but even has seeds in its walls so that it can be planted and grown! The cups, which are currently part of a Kickstarter campaign, will have seeds embedded in their walls based on their locations. Participating stores will encourage people to plant the cups themselves or to return them to be planted by the company.     More info: planttrash.com |
This week, journalist Barrett Brown was sentenced to 63 months in federal prison for reporting on information that was revealed in hacked documents. Brown has spent the past two years in prison awaiting his trail, so he still has 35 months of his term left to serve. Federal investigators accused Brown of being a “spokesperson for anonymous” simply for reporting on information that they hacked and being loosely supportive of them. In a powerful statement released just after his sentenci
After the carnage at the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo,  Anonymous "declared war" on jihadists saying that they will attack to all of their websites. The video of hackers-activists uploaded on their Belgian account with the following description:"a message to Al-Qaida, the Islamic State and other terrorists." The clip shows a man with mask and altered voice while underneath there is the hashtag #OpCharlieHebdo, which means operation Charlie Hebdo. "Preac
Millions March protest is anticipated to be massive, with hundreds of thousands of people marching in solidarity for Eric Garner and all other unarmed black men killed by police.     Watch live streaming video from globalrevolution at livestream.com Live form NYC Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream NYC Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream Saint Louis Missouri Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream LA California Broad
Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of New York City on Wednesday after a grand jury decided not to indict New York Police Department (NYPD) officer Daniel Pantaleo over the death of African-American Eric Garner. Protesters carried banners reading, "Black lives matter," and chanted slogans as they encountered police. A total of 83 people were arrested, most for disorderly conduct, the NYPD said. Eric Garner died July 17 after Pantaleo put him in a chokehold as multiple NYPD offic
By George Rachiotis, Truth Inside Of You author, Well, I have been motivated from yesterday’s events, to write a small article about those things that have made the (new) Greeks (citizens, politicians, journalists and others) not having a clue about whatever is happening in their daily lives. (read this post listening to the beautiful song "Greco Maskara" that describes with humor the whole political-journal-social system in Greece)   I’m obviously referring to “Technical
The Maldives is a group of tropical islands in the Indian Ocean characterized by hot and damp weather conditions. With little variation from the average temperature of 25 C throughout the year, yet with lovely oceanic swells that sweep the nation, it has gotten into the spotlight of the worldwide surfing community. The Maldives is great for parasailing and windsurfing as well. Those islands are considered one of the best spots in the world for surfing and diving.  But this paradise hides a filt
Shambhavi Sinha , Truth Inside Of You Cardiovascular diseases or illness was once considered a seniority infirmity. However, in current times it has turned into a typical way of lifestyle concern.  Statistics show that the rate of heart diseases in South East Asia is double than it is in Western continents. While an individual's heredity demeanor and family history stay as the most widely recognized, larger part of heart sickness may be brought on because of controllable components like c
Everyday we walk past homeless people and we act like we don't see them or even ignore them completely.Homeless people are human beings too with feelings , past and suprising stories. Rethink Homelessness, an initiative to awaken the community of Central Florida about who the homeless really are.The shelters, streets, and forests are being filled with families barely surviving in silence. Living in tents in forests or using cars as temporary homes is the new reality for so many Central
Massive “hacktivist” operations or “ops” have been targeting the Israeli government since the beginning of the most recent War on Gaza and you will not learn this by the mainstream media. Now, this new round has set Anonymous sights on the Israeli government for an even more focused reason. The massive hack comes in retaliation for various Anonymous social media accounts being shut down for reporting on the deaths of Gazan civilians. Some of the Israeli government websites hit include
Berlin Woke Up, Now What About Your City? In this video Luke Rudkowski travels to Berlin Germany to cover the expanding and growing resistance moment. This event took place on July 19th and brought together over 5,000 people from all over Germany. This is a video of the people there and the message they have to you. Source : We Are Change
Greenpeace needs no introduction. For over 30 years, the organization gives a multifaceted struggle to prevent and cure the major environmental problems facing on our planet. Greenpeace - Protecting the natural environment At international level, Greenpeace strives for permanent cessation of nuclear testing and the use of weapons of mass destruction, the rescue of ancient forests, the implementation of the ban on whaling and the protection of oceans, biodiversity conservation and ban t
The "Red Planet" is considered the next big "new frontier" of Humanity. And while studies show that the prospect of colonization is considered difficult because of the inhospitable environment, the flag will place scientists when they finally manage to reach the planet Mars has been designed. For some it seems futile to create now a flag for future first steps that will make a man on Mars, however, is not so insignificant the design. In Sweden the Oscar Pernefeldt of Beckmans College of Desig
It isn’t a question anymore, if ancient man was visited by intelligent extraterrestrial beings in the distant past. A great amount of evidence has been gathered that proves that in the distant past, human beings were visited by beings from another planet. These visitors were misinterpreted by our ancestor as “Gods”, because our ancestor did not understand technology as we do today. A comparison between an ancient figurine and an Astronaut. The similarities between the two are incredib
You are in a room, which can be the living room of your house. Maybe not. Each object looks familiar, but some objects you do not recognize at all. Something is very wrong. This is the feeling that gives the game Forget-Me-Knot from the first minutes of play. The reason they all seem so alien and dangerous, it is because the hero of the game suffers from Alzheimer a neurodegenerative disease. In the Forget-Me-Knot, the hero has to face enemies or intruders, instead, the hero is confronted wit
Mystery surrounds the origins of the malevolent tome, which, according to legend, is formed from the skin of 160 animals. These incredible pictures show the massive 'Devil's Bible' - which some say Satan himself helped to create using his unearthly powers. The Codex Gigas is the largest surviving medieval manuscript in the world, at nearly nine inches thick and 36 inches tall. Mystery surrounds the origins of the malevolent tome, which, according to legend, is formed from the skin of
Scientists have discovered a powerful new strain of fact-resistant humans who are threatening the ability of Earth to sustain life, a sobering new study reports. The research, conducted by the University of Minnesota, identifies a virulent strain of humans who are virtually immune to any form of verifiable knowledge, leaving scientists at a loss as to how to combat them. “These humans appear to have all the faculties necessary to receive and process information,” Davis Logsdon, one of
Europe, in particular ancient Greece, is the birthplace of Western culture. It played a predominant role in global affairs from the 15th century onwards, especially after the beginning of colonialism. Each country in Europe offers you some different feeling, something new and unique. This is the TRAVEL century and you want to be one of the many travellers here in Europe. So, which country you think is your perfect fit? Do the test and find out..!!
A new report by the International Trade Union Confederation, an umbrella organization of unions around the world, sheds light on the state of workers' rights across 139 countries. For its 2014 Global Rights Index, the ITUC evaluated 97 different workers' rights metrics like the ability to join unions, access to legal protections and due process, and freedom from violent conditions. The group ranks each country on a scale of 1 (the best protections) to 5 (the worst protections). The study foun
Over the past few years, new washing machines have become much more efficient, both in energy and water use, but there is still plenty of room for improvement. Always making sure you have a full load and only using cold water is the best way to use your machine if you have one at home, but for those wanting to save even more energy and water, there haven't been many options other than hand-washing. A new electricity-free washer that is powered by a foot pedal could be just what people wanting
Christopher Columbus is heralded as the discoverer of North America, which is an idea that can be argued against in so many ways it boggles my mind. Can you really be considered the discoverer of a place that already has millions of human inhabitants? Either way, new research shows that the Chinese were present in North America 70 years before Columbus would accidentally stumble upon it. Gavin Menzies, a historian considered controversial for not adopting the mainstream school of thought ab
The announcement of Elon Musk,the charismatic CEO of Tesla Motors presented his vision for the future supply of our homes with green energy. This vision called Powerwall and is a domestic lithium ion battery, which will undertake to cover the full energy needs of a modern house, the totally exempt  the need for connection to the electricity grid. The Powerwalls will be released in two versions, one of 7kWh and one of 10KWh enabled coverage of the energy needs of a home or a small busine
A study tying the aging process to the deterioration of tightly packaged bundles of cellular DNA could lead to methods of preventing and treating age-related diseases such as cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease, as detailed April 30, 2015, in Science. In the study, scientists at the Salk Institute and the Chinese Academy of Science found that the genetic mutations underlying Werner syndrome, a disorder that leads to premature aging and death, resulted in the deterioration of bundles
Did Newton discover Gravity? As we have been thought in school? Or is there a possibility that people, thousands of years ago had knowledge of gravity and other natural phenomena, way before we thought possible? According to statements by one of the most prominent Indian scientists, some 'slokas' aka verses of the holy Vedas texts make mention several, undiscovered natural phenomena that were discovered by Westerners many centuries later. Madhavan Nair, stressed that the Vedas,or also known
The skyscraper Soundscraper is a modern structure designed in a way that converts sound vibrations from the buzz of the city a source of clean energy. This is achieved through capillary structures like cilia that collect the kinetic energy absorbing both urban noise. The Soundscraper, which was presented in the competition Architecture 2013 eVolo Skyscraper Competition, is intended to be built near the major highways and railway junctions, ie sites where the sound vibrations in the atmo
A new island has appeared in the Pacific. A submarine eruption just off Nishino-Shima Island Japan has erupted for the first time in 40 years. The Japanese Navy noticed the explosions as boiling lava met sea water giving rise to plumes of steam and ash. Almost 7,000 miles away in Mexico, the Colima volcano blew its top after a period of relative calm. A steam and ash cloud rose two miles into the sky and the grumbling of the mountain could be heard in towns a few miles away. In Guatemala
A single invention can change millions of lives. Kenton Lee created a sandal that can adjust the number and allow children from the most disadvantaged countries in the world do not have to be barefoot. The shoes come in large and small size and can grow up to 5 numbers for at least 5 years. The project called 'The Shoe That Grows'.There are over 300 million children that have no shoes and countless others who have shoes that do not fit them. Barefoot children are susceptible to injur
For the first time in a galactic image are contained stars and cosmic matter.Impressive and important data for research activity the new galactic map. In recent years, large fleet of space and ground-based telescopes has allowed mapping the galaxy. They have created several maps of the galaxy, most of which focus more of their attention to the visibility of stars. Specialists of NASA using data from the Planck space observatory created a galactic map where for the first time are includ
Is it possible that we have history all wrong? That the dates that conventional history is giving us regarding mankind are all incorrect? That humans lived on Earth much sooner that science originally thought so? With all of the recent discoveries that are being made, it certainly seems like a possibility. A possibility that mainstream scholars seem to have a problem with, since that would mean our history book would need to be rewritten? The origin of man and the fundamentals of religions
For most of us, these videos are the best substitute for a real walking space. Astronauts wore GoPro camera before going to work outside the International Space Station received spectacular shots in high resolution. Both videos were shot last February, when two American astronauts Terry Virts and Bari Wilmore asked to upgrade a port mooring station in view of the arrival of new vessels in the coming years. Small, portable GoPro cameras are becoming popular in Space.Enjoy! https://ww
Astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson was asked by a reader of TIME magazine, "What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the Universe?" This is his answer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9D05ej8u-gU Source: Youtube
Forget constantly stopping to refill your water bottle on long bike rides. This designer has come up with a new way to quench your thirst on the go. Kristof Retezár, a student at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, Austria, has invented a little thing called Fontus, which he calls a "self-filling water bottle for your bicycle." According to Retezár, "This device collects the moisture contained in the air, condenses it and stores it as safe drinking water." It's powered by sol
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has recently released a study that confirms there has been a drastic increase in earthquakes coinciding with the injection of wastewater into disposal wells, which is part of the ‘fracking’ process. What is Fracking? Hydraulic fracturing (or ‘fracking’) is the process of drilling into the Earth before directing a high pressure mixture of water, sand, and unknown chemicals into the rock below to release the gasses inside. As the mixture is injecte
The Man of the hour has become a young Sikh because he ignored the strict religious protocol and immediately took off his turban when he saw  a child injured by a car that needed immediately first aid. The 22-year old Harman Singh used his turban to lay the boy's bleeding head on the road. Singh heard that it was an accident outside his home in Auckland, New Zealand and went out to see what had happened. "I saw a child fallen in the street and one woman holding him. His head was bl
Police arrested 11 people and closed a restaurant after two human heads wrapped in cellophane were discovered at a hotel restaurant that had been serving human flesh. A tip-off led police to the macabre discovery in Anambra, Nigeria, with 11 people being arrested and AK-47 guns and other weapons being seized. Human flesh was apparently being sold as an expensive treat at the restaurant, with authorities saying that roasted human head was even on the menu. "I went to the hotel early th
Collecting rainwater on your own property can now lead to jail time, as proven by a man from Oregon who was just sentenced to prison for doing just that. Who owns the rain? The US government, apparently, now.  Not so long ago, it was common practice across much of the world to collect rainwater into man made wells on your property as a means of farming, irrigation, and having fresh clean water.  It was just as common as canning your own food, having knowledge of at least some basic survival sk
Taking scenic pictures anywhere outside city limits in the state of Wyoming could now get you thrown in jail. Signed into law in March, the Data Trespass Bill enhances laws against trespassing, but the intent of the bill seems to be clear — protecting polluters from prosecution by criminalizing the collecting of evidence against them. No, it’s not exactly as simple as just snapping a photo, but if you want to “collect resource data” without express consent to do so and you intend
Imagine a world where pollution is a non-issue, cities are pristine, healthy environments to live in, and little to no entanglements from discarded trash injures wildlife or clogs the oceans. In Sweden, this is almost a reality, yet it’s causing a paradoxical predicament for the recycle-happy country that relies on waste to heat and provide electricity to hundreds of thousands of homes. The Scandinavian nation of more than 9.5 million citizens has run out of garbage; while this is a posit
Bucket lists… we’ve all got em’, but they’re not all the same, but one thing that is sure to be on most peoples’ lists is having a private island. Richard Branson has one, we all want one, most of us will probably never get one. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, though, after learning more about this Lord Of The Fliesinspired island I’m quite happy in good old Blighty thanks. Introducing the Sentinelese people. They’ve been kicking around this beautiful island for a whopp
After the death of more than 1,700 migrants this year - including the Mediterranean's worst sinking since the Second World War - prompted an emergency EU summit on Thursday, we map fatalities among migrants trying to reach Europe by sea since 2000 More than 800 people drowned when a boat packed with migrants trying to reach Europe sank on Sunday, the worst such incident in the Mediterranean since the Second World War. That tragic event was one of several recent disasters that has seen th
Most people can’t resist getting the details on the latest conspiracy theories, no matter how far-fetched they may seem. At the same time, many people quickly denounce any conspiracy theory as untrue … and sometimes as unpatriotic or just plain ridiculous.   Lets not forget all of the thousands of conspiracies out of Wall Street like Bernie Madoff and many others to commit fraud and extortion, among many crimes of conspiracy.  USA Today reports that over 75% of personal ads in the paper a
A Texas chef who has fed San Antonio’s homeless population for the past 10 years from a non-profit mobile food truck was suddenly cited and fined by local police for feeding the homeless. Despite the ticket being issued a week earlier, Joan Cheever, founder of a San Antonio mobile food truck called the Chow Train, was nevertheless out feeding the homeless on Tuesday. There has been an outpouring of support for Cheever after news of the ticket surfaced, which she still has to fight in cour
Since when do you need a permit to collect rainwater? An Oregonian man has been sent to prison after local authorities found he had collected more than 13 million gallons of rainwater in 3 man-made ponds on his own property. Gary Harrington is a 64 year-old man now sitting in jail for collecting a God-given right. He and his brother asked the ‘water master’ for a water certificate in 1973, but since he was just collecting rainwater, they couldn’t issue him one. Over time, Harringto
Is NBC predicting RFID implanted in Americans in 2017 or are they the mouthpiece for the beast? If you take the RFID Microchip they can TRACK your every move, Control your MONEY, Control your FOOD and possible even KILL you if you don’t obey! A number of states like Virginia, have passed “stop the mark of the beast legislation” in an effort to stop this. Remember, they do things over time to condition the population into think this is normal. Please understand, you are just a nu
A new law recently passed in France mandates that all new buildings that are built in commercial zones in France must be partially covered in either plants or solar panels. Green roofs, as they are called, have an isolating effect which helps to reduce the amount of energy needed to heat a building during the winter or cool it in the summer. They are capable of retaining rainwater and reducing problems with runoff, and also offer birds a place to call home in the urban jungle. French
by Zen Gardner There’s nothing natural about the recent climate disasters in Chile, Peru, Ecuador and Colombia. 7 years’ worth of rain just fell in Chile in 12 hours, while several feet of hail was dumped on areas of northern Ecuador and southern Colombia, both on or very near the equator. Tell me that’s by natural causes. We know the hydrological cycle has been completely disrupted via massive aerosol spraying and its manipulation by a worldwide array of HAARP type technologies.
Supporters said it would create value for the local economy and government, with detractors claiming it would increase violent crime and raise health costs. Who was right? Back on January 1, when it became legal to sell recreational marijuana, it was estimated that, across the state, pot shop owners made more than $1 million in that one single historic day of business. The Law allows for residents, over the age of 21, to purchase up to an ounce of marijuana at a single purchase if for recre
Global capitals swamped as Climate Engineering protests spread Thousands of people will take to the streets across the globe on 25th April 2015 as the Global March campaign to end Climate Engineering spreads. 12 countries with more than 58 events scheduled and all have the same message: STOP SPRAYING STUFF INTO OUR SKIES. NOT NORMAL – NOT NATURAL – NOT ACCEPTABLE On Saturday April 25 2015, It's Time To Stop The Aerosol Geoengineering Crime Everywhere! Climate Engineering is a gl
The ancient statues that Islamic State militants smashed in Mosul on camera last month have been proved to be exact replicas of precious artifacts of Iraqi heritage. The real masterpieces of antiquity are said to be in Baghdad. “They were copies. The originals are all here,” Baghdad’s museum director told Germany’s Deutsche Welle. The head of the antiquity department in Iraq’s cultural heritage authority, Fawzye al-Mahdi, also told the German broadcaster that “none” of the ar
With all of the police brutality throughout the United States – especially in the past year – many have wondered if (or when) there might be a breaking point. Yesterday police officers in Ferguson, Missouri were shot by a sniper on a hilltop near the Ferguson Police Department. While denounced by nearly everyone, some – like hip hop musician Method Man of the Wu Tang Clan, described this as a sort of “chickens coming home to roost” situation. In his words, however, he said the police h
“Tesla was right and we are ready to prove it!” So say the two Russian physicists who have just launched an Indiegogo campaign to rebuild Nikola Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower in Fall, 2014. Tesla believed that the tower could transmit power wirelessly but this was never definitively proven in his lifetime. If he was right, and after extensive study the team are convinced he was, the project could provide an efficient, worldwide energy transmission system that would distribute all the clean
A creative company in California called Reduce. Reuse. Grow has designed a coffee cup that is not only biodegradable, but even has seeds in its walls so that it can be planted and grown! The cups, which are currently part of a Kickstarter campaign, will have seeds embedded in their walls based on their locations. Participating stores will encourage people to plant the cups themselves or to return them to be planted by the company.     More info: planttrash.com |

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