How Bad Is It Really To Eat Junk Food?

Jul 16, 2012 by

If we all dropped dead after eating junk food, the message would have been loud and clear: DO NOT INGEST! But this is one of the things we probably have to learn the hard way. Many people these days struggle through a long time of sickness, being plagued with low immunity, high toxicity, and a [...]

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Top 10 Secretly Connected Topics

Jul 11, 2012 by

If you are looking for an article that examines a wide range of topics and controversial subjects then this list is for you. The world is full of people, ideas, laws, theories, and events that are secretly connected in some way; events that show a causal relationship or common factor. For a wide variety of [...]

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A device to communicate with dolphins?

Jun 04, 2012 by

Scientists from the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology have developed a prototype dolphin speaker that projects the full range of all of the sounds dolphins make. Dolphins live in a world of sound and can produce tones just as humans do, but they can also communicate at a variety of frequencies simultaneously. The [...]

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See for Yourself: The Pentagon’s $51 Billion ‘Black’ Budget

Feb 15, 2012

Robert Beckhusen and Noah Shachtman Wired The military keeps a lot of little things secret. It could be the exact range of a jammer, sensitive missile data or the timing of a raid. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Mysterious unexplained noises now being reported across the globe

Jan 17, 2012

A series of unexplained noises are being reported across the globe and the frequency of these events appear to be increasing. The sounds range in description from “bizarre and creepy” to “industrial and mechanical.” The sounds appear to be omni-directional and seem to have no single traced source of origin or horizontal source of degree [...]

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Prehistory’s Mysteries: Billion Year Old Mountain Range Stays Young Beneath Antarctic Ice

Dec 02, 2011

Some original pulp illustrations from At the Mountains of Madness. See more here. Anyone who has read At the Mountains of Madness (read it here; hear it in audiobook form here) can appreciate the Lovecraftian mystery of the Gamburtsevs, the mountain range that looks like the Alps, 8,500 feet high (2,600 metre tall peaks), but [...]

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Prehistory’s Mysteries: Billion Year Old Mountain Range Stays Young Beneath Antarctic Ice

Nov 28, 2011

Some original pulp illustrations from At the Mountains of Madness. See more here. Anyone who has read At the Mountains of Madness (read it here; hear it in audiobook form here) can appreciate the Lovecraftian mystery of the Gamburtsevs, the mountain range that looks like the Alps, 8,500 feet high (2,600 metre tall peaks), but [...]

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