Science

Israel Defense Force Vet Offers Holographic Google Glass Competitor

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by Nicholas West Tech behemoths Google and Microsoft have jumped intoaugmented reality full force. The principles behind first-person, human-computer interface systems have been around for many decades […]

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New Wi-Fi Technology Can Track You Through Walls

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by Kevin Samson One of the hallmarks of technology is dual-use capability. It is for this reason that we are softened up with all of […]

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Researchers Finally Show How Mindfulness and Your Thoughts Can Induce Specific Molecular Changes To Your Genes

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by Michael Forrester With evidence growing that training the mind or inducing specific modes of consciousness can have beneficial health effects, scientists have sought to […]

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HeartMath: Reading Between The Lines

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by Stephanie Marie As I briefly touched upon in my previous article, HeartMath: The Heart Is More Powerful Than The Brain, we know that the Institute of […]

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The War on Consciousness

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by Graham Hancock Here’s the full text of the article Russell Brand kindly invited me to contribute to last week’s issue of the New Statesman. […]

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Time Warp

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by Kelsey Sunstrum Research is starting to show us that there may be a difference in time perception between children and adults. Put simply: our […]

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The Hermetic Universe

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by Michael Hayes, New Dawn Ever since my formative years, when I first began to think in concepts, I have always been confounded by the mystery […]

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Near-Death Experiences and Conscious Brain Activity After Clinical Death Now Grounded In Science

Near-Death Experiences and Conscious Brain Activity After Clinical Death Now Grounded In Science

by Michael Forrester Science can often validate what we already know, but when its procedures attempt to arrive at a logical understanding of concepts that are […]

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