The coming war on general computation

Jul 11, 2012 by

The last 20 years of Internet policy have been dominated by the copyright war, but the war turns out only to have been a skirmish. The coming century will be dominated by war against the general purpose computer, and the stakes are the freedom, fortune and privacy of the entire human race. See it on [...]

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Scientists find new evidence supporting John the Baptist bones theory

Jun 16, 2012 by

Scientists have uncovered new evidence that mysterious remains found in an ancient reliquary in a 5th century monastery on Sveti Ivan Island in Bulgaria belong to St John the Baptist. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Is The Human Brain Hardwired for God?

Jun 08, 2012 by

Our Lady of Lourdes appears 18 times to a miller’s daughter collecting firewood in a small market town in France. A young woman leads an army through critical strategic victories in the 100 Years’ War, claiming to be guided by divine insight. In the very first hours of the 20th century, a student asks God [...]

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Mystery 8th-century cosmic blast captured in trees

Jun 08, 2012

In the late eighth century, Earth was hit by a mystery blast of cosmic rays, according to a Japanese study that found a relic of the powerful event in cedar trees.Analysis of two ancient trees found a surge in carbon-14 – a carbon isotope that derives from cosmic radiation – which occurred just in AD [...]

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Nostradamus: Prophet of Hope?

May 18, 2012

The jury is still out on the millennial prophecies of Michel Nostradamus, the French master physician, astrologer and Kabbalist of the sixteenth century. Many regard him as the greatest prophet in Western history, while others find his predictions, especially those concerned with our own era around the second millennium, irrelevant or simply too deep or [...]

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New Weakness in Antarctic Ice Sheet Discovered

May 14, 2012

A new sector of the Antarctic Ice Sheet is at risk of melting rapidly within the next century, new research finds.   The study raises alarm about an area thought relatively safe from the direct influence of climate change. The Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf in the Weddell Sea is somewhat sheltered from the open sea, but [...]

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New Shocking Discovery Challenges The Origin Of Earth

Apr 04, 2012

Where did our planet come from? We already know that our Sun does not originate from M 67.A new surprising discovery is now forcing scientists to re-evaluate the origin of Earth.For a century, scientists have assumed that the Earth has same chemical make-up as the sun. But this belief has been challenged by scientists at [...]

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Matters of Faith: Religious Relics and the Quest for Meaning

Mar 23, 2012

The Christian Bible is, by and large, one of the most famous books in all of known history.It consists of a set of scriptures comprised of the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments, having been compiled from various other collected works spanning the centuries. The oldest original Christian Bibles still existing today were [...]

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Interlude: The Ambient Tones of the Millennial Consciousness

Feb 24, 2012

Ambient music is a musical genre in which sound is more important than notes. It is generally identifiable as being broadly atmospheric and environmental in nature.   Ambient music evolved from early 20th century forms of “semi-audible music”, from the impressionism of Erik Satie, through musique concrete and the minimalism of Terry Riley and Philip [...]

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Ron Paul, ‘the only candidate speaking of lost civil liberties and pending illegal wars’

Feb 20, 2012

United States presidential contender Ron Paul has warned that his country is slipping into a twenty-first century fascist system with a broke government ruled by big business. RT asked some experts whether they agree.   ­Speaking to supporters in Kansas City, the Republican candidate said Americans’ individual liberties were being stripped away.   And, as [...]

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