November 15, 2014

Truth Inside Of You

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: 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. 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. 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
There are some things that money just can’t buy, like manners, morals and intelligence… The ending is beautiful, very thought-provoking. This is the real proof that money is actually the most social influence, even when it comes to feelings. This video will probably touches your heart and make you think again about the people around you. The Ending is Beautiful and Very Thought Provoking.
Many of us move through life never stopping to ‘smell the roses’, and often we don’t reflect back on what is truly important until we are facing our own mortality. Bonnie Ware, a palliative care nurse who is around death all day, decided she was going to record the top regrets of those facing death. This is what she found: Top Regret #1: I wish I had the courage to live a life true to myself and not for others When you are facing the end of your life, it is common to look ba
Life is truly wonderful! In fact, the evolution of human life in the womb is just incredible. Did you know that everything about you including how tall you will be, the color of your eyes, and the color of your skin, was all determined at the time of fertilization?   Source: banoosh Video Source: Medicine Forever
Kenneth Shinozuka is a 15 year old boy, whose grandfather was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease and soon after would start to wander around at night. When it first occurred he wouldn't go very far, but as the disease progressed so did his wandering. One night he was found in the middle of the highway. Kenneth was extremely concerned and he came up with a genius solution to protect his grandfather. His clever invention can help millions of Alzheimer patients across the world. https://www.y
Despite having been blind from birth and raised in a puppy mill, Smiley the golden retriever doesn’t seem to have anything to be glum about. This perpetually happy pup is so motivating, joyful and loving that he works as a therapy dog as well, spreading his joy to mentally ill and disabled patients every week. Stacey Morrison, the photographer behind this beautiful photo session with Smiley, had this to say about him; “he bumps into things a lot. And as I quickly learned, when he’s ru
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 used
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.
The director Spencer Cathcart created a small documentary that takes a critical look at the world around us and expresses thoughts on the corrupt society. He talks about politics, education, hunger, money, capitalism and the treatment of animals by analyzing the realistic and pessimistic aspects of our modern world. We are free and happy, or live in a lie? Source:Anonymous
By A. True Ott, PhD Nearly a decade ago, a dear friend and colleague of mine named Don Harkins authored a wonderfully thought-provoking piece entitled “Slavery and the eight veils.   Prior to Harkins’ untimely death, we discussed this “Eight-veils theory” for literally hours together – and in the end, Don asked me to write a piece about this for his newspaper, “The Idaho Observer.”  He did this, because I had shared much of my research with Don, and we together came to the co
To know how your thoughts can change the word, you need to know what thought is. Thoughts are things but they exist as unmanifested matter with pure potentiality (infinite possibility and creativity). The main difference between thoughts and manifested things is the hierarchical change in frequency of the consciousness of the observer (you). Thought, matter, and the external reality Thought is an attribute of consciousness that acts like a focusing and filtering system. One of the main roles
People save up for retirement, but how well do we prepare for the journey after? Ancient cultures put great emphasis on the afterlife, because they knew consciousness continued after death. They were right: Out-of-body experiences reveal we really do exist beyond the body. Knowing this truth should inspire us to seek in life what really matters and remains after death – awakened consciousness. What is the greatest mystery of life? According to a legendary Q&A in the Indian spiritual e
“When a peacock dances you don’t condemn it, but the dance is sex; it is to attract the female. When the cuckoo calls you don’t condemn it; it is sex. The cuckoo is simply declaring, “I am ready.” The cuckoo is simply calling forth the woman. The sound, the beautiful sound, is just a seduction; it is courtship.” Sex is beautiful, sexuality is ugly, and the difference has to be understood. Sex is a natural phenomenon. Sexuality is unnatural, abnormal and pathological. When sex be
Sarah Landrum, Waking Times You’ve probably been told that antidepressants correct the chemical imbalance in your brain. As it turns out, that’s not quite true. In fact, antidepressants might be doing you more harm than good. Even if antidepressants do work, the fact remains that they’re insanely expensive. Considering how depression treatments can last a lifetime, it’s impractical to spend something like $21 to $1,000 a month just to keep the blues under control. Depression is alr
North East of Hawaii, the ocean currents form a giant whirl pool of debris from around the Pacific, the scientific name is called the North Pacific Gyre. It’s one of the largest ecosystems on Earth, comprising of millions of square kilometres. Today it’s better known as “The Great Garbage Patch,” an area the size of Queensland, Australia where there is approximately one million tonnes of plastic spread throughout the ocean. Drag a net in any area of this part of the ocean and you will
Five things that happen after you step out of your comfort zone By Angela Hoyos You know that incessant little voice inside of your head? The one that says ‘no, you can’t do it; it’ll never work, and just give up already?’ That’s your comfort zone and it’s holding you back from following your dreams. In scientific terms, this nagging voice is related to your anxiety levels. Think about it like this, when you’re commuting to work, stopping by your favorite coffee sho
Materialism doesn’t lead to well-being, but altruism does. So many of us strive so hard for material success that you might think there was a clear relationship between wealth and happiness. The media and our governments encourage us to believe this, since they need us to keep earning and spending to boost economic growth. Fromschool onward, we’re taught that long term well-being stems from achievement and economic prosperity – from ‘getting on’ or ‘making it’, accumulating mor
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
“Once the public becomes aware of the fact that properly made hemp medicine can cure or control practically any medical condition, who is going to stand up against the use of hemp?” Rick Simpson has dedicated his life to helping suffering patients (with all types of diseases and disabilities) with the use of natural hemp oil.     Rick Simpson's Hemp Oil Proves Effective In Curing Cancer  Rick Simpson is a medical marijuana activist who has been providing people with informa
A recent report from The Guardian reveals some extremely important news for people who are looking to quit smoking. Japanese scientists have recently announced that e-cigarettes contain 10 times the level of cancer-causing carcinogens than its counterpart in the tobacco world. At one time, e-cigarettes were touted as the answer to smoking without the complication of so many dangers. The electronic nicotine products have increased in popularity with many believing that they are receiving a hit
Why Is This Important? Because these findings may be a game-changer for the fitness industry. The Real Story From professional bodybuilders to high-school sports teams, millions of men have been taking muscle-building supplements for many years. However, a recent study published in the British Journal of Cancer claims that taking muscle-building supplements results in an increased risk oftesticular cancer. The results of the study included pills and powders containing creatine or androsten
by Dr. Mercola To understand the nature of Pringles and other stackable chips, forget the notion that they come from actual potatoes in any recognizable way. The Pringles Company (in an effort to avoid taxes levied against “luxury foods” like chips in the UK) once even argued that the potato content of their chips was so low that they are technically not even potato chips. So if they’re not made of potatoes, what are they exactly? The process begins with a slurry of rice, wheat, c
  We live in a world where stress and anxiety have become common due to our busy lifestyle and volatile economy. In the United States alone, anxiety disorders affect as many as 40 million adults. If not treated, in the long run stress and anxiety disorders can harm your health and drain your body of energy.According to a study called the “Economic Burden of Anxiety Disorders,” which was done by ADAA (Anxiety and Depression Association of America), anxiety disorders cost Americans
The bottom of your feet are powerful and direct access points to internal organs in your body through what is known as meridians in Chinese medicine.  These meridians are pathways to each organ with your body. Some people say that meridians do not exist within the body or at the bottom of the feet. For those that understand Chinese medicine you may know that the meridian system is very closely correlated with the nervous system. If you believe you have nerves and a nervous system, you believ
It may seem a bit crazy at first, but wait till you try it. This one secret will make you look younger and leave you feeling full of life and energy. All you need is an ice cube and a few moments of your time! There is a point at the base of the neck known as the Feng Fu. The Feng Fu pressure point is found at the base of the skull just below the bottom ridge of the skull cap at the top of the neck. If you regularly put ice on it, the body begins to rejuvenate and you will find yourself
It is no secret that cell phones are dangerous, but storing them in some places could be more damaging to your body than others. Do you know which ones? Research has shown that those who begin using cell phones heavily before age 20 have four to five times more brain cancer by their late 20s, compared to those whose exposure is minimal. Dr. Devra Davis, author of “Disconnect–The Truth About Cellphone Radiation,” has been researching the safety hazards of radiation emanating from yo
It appears that sleeping naked is not only sexy, but is also beneficial for one’s health. Here are five surprising (and scientifically confirmed) ways sleeping in your birthday suit can benefit your health and well-being: Better quality of sleep An Australian study concluded that some forms of insomnia can be provoked by improper body temperature regulation at night. Another study showed that the regulation of in-bed body temperature could significantly help in reaching a deeper sleep.
In the crime ridden streets of Columbia, urban myths tell of the horrors surrounding a local drug nicknamed “the devil’s breath”. The drug’s real name is scopolamine, an anticholinergic drug derived from a number of trees native to South America. Hailed in a 2013 Vice documentary as ‘the world’s scariest drug,’ scopolamine is known to turn its user (or victim rather) into a docile zombie ready to do exactly what its perpetrator wants. In an attempt to learn more about the m
Scientists in Britain are able not only with words, but with irrefutable images to show women who regularly smoke during pregnancy how the fetus reacts to substances smoke inside the womb. The project was directed by Dr. Naya Reislant from the University of Durham, who by ultrasound 4-D managed to portray the reactions of embryos substances cigarette. Dr. Naya Reislant found that the fetuses of women who smoked about 14 cigarettes a day, had strong mobility in the mouth, while constan
Yoga is growing in popularity in the U.S. as a complementary therapy for children with special needs and autism, with rising numbers of schools and parents participating in innovative programs which are cropping up around the country. Scott Anderson, teacher and founder of YogAutism, mentions on his site that in addition to benefits typically associated with yoga—improved strength and flexibility, and an increasing sense of peace—autistic children also experience a reduction of pain, anxiety
The authors of A Field Guide to Lucid Dreaming explain how we may be able to change and guide our dreams while we sleep, making us happier -- and able to fly. Lucid dreaming is the ability to know you're dreaming while you're dreaming. A lucid dreamer is able to go to sleep at night, and wake up within his or her dream. Once lucid, you can explore and even change elements of the dream. You may notice that you're in a location that would normally be impossible (Wait, how did I get to Hawai
Former Monsanto Vice President Michael R. Taylor is the current Deputy Commissioner for Foods at the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). He was promoted from US Food Safety Czar to Senior Advisor to the Commissioner of the FDA after spending years lobbying for the Genetically Modified Foods giant. Since his appointment for the position with the FDA, by the Obama administration in 2010, very little protest has been raised. When he was appointed to the post at the FDA, the job
A study in the August edition of The Journal of School Health finds that the generations old theory of a “gateway drug” effect is in fact accurate for some drug users, but shifts the blame for those addicts’ escalating substance abuse away from marijuana and onto the most pervasive and socially accepted drug in American life: alcohol. Using a nationally representative sample from the University of Michigan’s annual Monitoring the Future survey, the study blasts holes in drug war ort
Pop quiz: which is more polluted, indoor air or outdoor air? 10 times out of 10, indoor air in your house, office or apartment is going to be worse than the air outside. Indoor air pollution has been ranked among the top 5 greatest risks to public health by the EPA, and stagnant indoor air allows pollutants to build up and stick to the things inside of your home. The things in our homes emit some nasty toxic chemicals like formaldehyde for example. You can also be impacted by pollutants like
Last week, McDonald’s Japan apologized to a customer after they found bits of blue plastic in an order of their Chicken McNuggets. As a result, McDonald’s has pulled a million McNuggets from the factory. Another customer found a piece of vinyl in their McNuggets. “We deeply apologize for the trouble we have caused our customers and we are taking quick measures to analyze the cause of the contamination,” said company spokeswoman Takashi Hasegasa. This isn’t even the worst thing fo
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. 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 worldwide
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: |
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 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
[showads ad=first] With the lessons learned from the Egyptian, Libyan, and Syrian revolutions, a few hardware and software hackers over at Lulzlabs have taken it upon themselves to create a free-as-in-beer and free-as-in-speech digital communications protocol that doesn’t deal with expensive, highly-surveilled commercial and government controlled infrastructure. They call it Airchat, and it’s an impressive piece of work if you don’t care about silly things like ‘laws’. Before goi
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. 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
Earth's average temperature has risen over 1º F in the past century. It is projected to rise an additional 3º and 10º over the next 100 years. Data from NASA's global network of satellites, airborne missions and surface monitoring systems is used to build climate models that help us understand the causes & effects of global warming. Watch the video: Source: Nasa Climate Change via Entrance to the World
The downsizing options continue to rise as simplicity becomes the name of the game for more people. While this micro camper is not a full home in itself, it certainly sets itself apart from typical campers given its size, weight, and portability. The Wide Path Camper is designed with the bicycle camper in mind. It features windows, a 97 x 200 cm bed, 300L of storage space, and a sitting area for 2 people. It even has an optional table on the outside for cooking and eating. All this is p
You would naturally think that Western technology and Eastern Zen meditation practice are as incompatible as they can get. In some ways this is correct but modern scientific research is finding points of convergence, most interestingly in using applied technology to hack into brain performance and optimal brain states that would otherwise be only achievable through years of dedicated practice. The onset of these mind technologies was spurred by improved scientific instruments and tools su
Nikola Tesla is considered one of the most innovative and mysterious men who ever lived. If Tesla hadn’t invented and researched everything he did in his time, our technology today would be considerably worse. But is there something more to Tesla? Did he in fact have contact with Aliens as he publicly proclaimed? He is one of the most amazing inventors our civilization has ever known his knowledge and ideas went far and beyond what was known and accepted in his lifetime. Tesla was a Ge
We’ve been waiting for this for a long time.  And finally, the moment we have been waiting for is here.  The concept of flying cars one which has generated a lot of discussion, and usually only exists in science-fiction novels.  But for the first time, flying cars exist in reality. It’s called the Aeromobile, and has been tested in real life conditions since October of 2014.  Equipped with all the necessary flying controls, autopilot, and a parachute deployment system, this amazing ve
If you fall within the Gen-Y era like us, chances are you’ve given a bunch of thought as to how you would raise your own children in this day and age (assuming you don’t have children already). Especially with technology, so much has changed since our childhoods in the 90s. Here’s one question: Would you introduce the technological wonder/heroin that is the iPod and iPad to your kids? Steve Jobs wouldn’t, and for good reason too. In a Sunday article, New York Times reporter Nick Bi
Numerous studies have indicated the many physiological benefits of meditation, and the latest one comes from Harvard University. An eight week study conducted by Harvard researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) determined that meditation literally rebuilds the brains grey matter in just eight weeks. It’s the very first study to document that meditation produces changes over time in the brain’s grey matter. (1) “Although the practice of meditation is associated with a s
Since at least the 12th century, man has sought to create a perpetual motion machine; a device that would continue working indefinitely without any external source of energy. A large scientific contingent thinks such a device would violate the laws of thermodynamics, and is thus impossible. Could it be that as a race, we don’t fully understand the laws of physics and such a device may indeed be possible? What would the ramifications be if we could actually build a perpetually moving devi
Featuring the haunting, ethereal music of Axial Ensemble, title track "Premonition." Aboard the ISS, we fly along over Earth's luminous nocturnal landscapes, with Dr. Justin Wilkinson as our guide. This intimate tour takes us over cities and coastlines in the Americas, the Middle East and Europe.   Source:SpaceRip
Each year, in the wee hours of a Sunday morning in March, 60 minutes vanish from the clock and the time reappears each year in November! No, it’s not a magic trick — it’s Daylight Saving Time! Daylight Saving Time (or “Summer Time,” as it’s known in many parts of the world) was created to make better use of the long sunlight hours of the summer. By “springing” clocks forward an hour in March, we move an hour of daylight from the morning to the evening. On the first Su
A group of biohackers say they’ve figured out a way to inject our eyeballs with night vision, or low-light vision anyway. The procedure has allowed one superhuman to temporarily see over 50 meters (164 feet) in the dark, Mic reports. The team from California-based Science for the Masses (SfM) utilized a compound called Chlorin e6 (or Ce6), which is found in some deep-sea fish. It’s also occasionally used to treat night blindness and even cancer. Previous studies have injected the chemic
Scientists in Japan have successfully transmitted electric energy wirelessly through the air, proving that Nikola Tesla was onto something big. For years debates have raged about whether or not power could be transferred through the air, and while there have been many reports of this being achieved on a small scale, there has never been a major mainstream study into the phenomenon, until now. Scientists with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency used microwaves to deliver electricity
OK, you've probably never asked yourself that question. But if you're curious, this video saves you from buying an egg and procuring the requisite scuba gear.  "Shareable Science" is a series on Nokia's YouTube channel. We found the egg episode via Digg. Via
This is a beautiful video of what happens to astronauts when they return to Earth. It was done by Planetary Collective, a group of filmmakers, visual media creatives and thinkers who work with cosmologists, ecologists and philosophers to explore some of the big questions facing our planet today. One astronaut featured in the video is Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell. We’ve shared many of his recent interviews on our website as well as many from fellow astronaut Brian O’leary. Once a phot
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: |
Scientists in northern Russia have discovered four new giant craters of an unknown origin in the Yamal Peninsula. Moreover, the appearance of one of the craters was preceded by a bright flash of light, which was witnessed by some of the local inhabitants. In fact, it’s not the first time large craters appear in the Yamal Peninsula. Last year, three of them were found in the area, which led to heated discussions as to what caused these mysterious formations to appear in the ground. Possible
Draco volans, or the Flying Dragon, is a member of the genus of gliding lizards Draco. It can spread out folds of skin attached to its movable ribs to form "wings" that it uses to glide from tree to tree over distances upwards of 8 metres (25 feet); however, like all modern reptiles, it lacks the ability to sustain powered flight, and is capable only of gliding. Its wings are brightly coloured with orange, red and blue spots and stripes, and they provide camouflage when folded. The flying dra
The sudden death of a 12-year-old girl in Waukesha, Wisconsin, just hours after receiving the HPV Gardasil vaccine has shocked the girl’s family, and sent local media out asking questions as to how this could happen. Here is a report from WISN 12 News. Dr. Geoffrey Swain of the local health department was interviewed to give the standard CDC reply, which is similar to almost every other vaccine, stating that severe reactions like this resulting in death are “very rare,” and about
Imagine if the US Congress agreed to make higher education tuition-free and funded it by increasing taxes on corporations. Pure fantasy, right? Well the government of Chile is doing just that. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has made overhauling the nation’s education system a key goal of her administration. “In March 2016 we will start with free higher education now that we have the resources,” said Rodrigo Peñailillo, Chile's Minister of Interior in early December follo
The large drop in temperature has broken hundreds records this winter, making February one of  the coldest months in US history. In Massachusetts though, has so cold that even the waves begin to freeze.  These incredible images of frozen waves ... snapped by surfers Jonathan Nimerfro in Nantucket, Massachusetts.  He took his camera when he noticed that the horizon seemed strange. He fast realised that the board had caught ice. Even though spring officially enters in Sunday, forecasters
The deadliest drug in America is legal in all 50 states, and it's significantly more dangerous than a range of illegal substances much more heavily regulated and policed.According to research recently published in Scientific Reports and spotted by the Washington Post, alcohol is approximately 114 times more dangerous than marijuana, which remains the only federally controlled substance that has never caused a death by overdose. The authors of the study assessed the "comparative risk" of death
Have you ever been curious of the supernatural? Do you like hearing about strange sightings like the loch ness monster or Big Foot if, so you might be in for a treat! On February 18th, reports began flooding social media of strange lights of Lake Winnipeg.  ”UFO crash reported on the Jack head Reserve in Manitoba, Canada. Apparently the Canadian Military have vehicles lined up on north shore. They are threatening anybody who tries to take pics…lots of eye witnesses. Thur is round object b
A few days after the match formalization  of Manny Pacquiao with the Floyd Meϊgoyeder and with tickets (valued at $ 5.060-26,500) to have sold out in the first three minutes of the time allocated to purchase online, the serial has begun!In ABS-CBN, the Pak-Man  stated about rumors that the mother of battles will be his last race, "We are close. We will announce it." After five years of negotiations that tempted to wreck the two sides came to an agreement and on May 2 at the MGM Grand, Las Ve
The famous British professor Stephen Hawking, in his speech at the Natural History Museum, London, gave his perspective on the future of humanity and the biggest failure to date. According to British professor whose life recently became a movie ('The Theory of Everything'), "If I could correct a disadvantage of humanity, that would be aggression, which can be considered a plus for cavemen, with regard to finding food, securing housing and mating , but now threatens all of extinction. "
Car dealers fear Tesla. In states across the country, powerful car dealer associations have lobbied to ensure the electric car maker and its direct-sales model are kept out. This movement claimed another victory this week when New Jersey banned Tesla stores in the state. On the surface, the fear is hard to fathom. In New Jersey, for instance, sales of Tesla's $70,000 Model S reportedly number in the hundreds. But if you dig a little deeper, it becomes obvious why dealers are worried. They do

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