Legendary Viking Sunstone Navigation: Solved?

Jun 08, 2012 by

The optical properties of the legendary Viking sunstone are not just a myth, and can be mastered using a common stone found in Iceland.Mythical crystals and a “sixth sense?” Really? But a group of physicists and optometrists say they have cracked the optical properties of the Viking sunstone, which legend has it aided the northerly, [...]

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ADHD: Misdiagnosed and Overmedicated

Jun 08, 2012 by

In one school in San Diego, 65 percent of fifth graders had been diagnosed with ADD and put on medications. Even “normal” kids are subject to random drugging so they act like the adults in charge of them want them to… dull, placid, and compliant. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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‘End of the world as we know it’: Kaspersky warns of cyber-terror apocalypse

Jun 08, 2012 by

After his eponymously-named lab discovered Flame, “the most sophisticated cyber weapon yet unleashed,” Eugene Kaspersky believes that the evolving threat of “cyber terrorism” could spell the end of life on Earth as we know it. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Italian court rules MMR vaccine did trigger autism

May 14, 2012

An Italian court has ruled there is a link between the MMR vaccine and autism. In what may be a ground-breaking decision, the Italian Court of Rimini has ruled that causation between an MMR vaccine and the resulting autism in a young child “has been established.” See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Science Was Wrong: An Interview With Stanton Friedman

Apr 17, 2012

In their new book Science Was Wrong: Startling Truths About Cures, Theories, and Inventions “They” Declared Impossible, Friedman and social scientist Kathleen Marden discuss various examples throughout history when scientists misjudged or ignored scientific evidence or breakthroughs.   Having worked as an insider for many years, Friedman understands what is wrong with the system and [...]

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Philip K Dick and the Vesica Piscis

Mar 30, 2012

On February 20, 1974, Philip was recovering from the effects of sodium pentothal administered for the extraction of an impacted wisdom tooth. Answering the door to receive delivery of extra analgesic, he noticed that the delivery woman was wearing a pendant with a symbol that he called the “vesicle pisces”. This name seems to have [...]

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Hard Facts About Aspartame That All Should NOT Ignore

Mar 26, 2012

If you think you are making a healthier option because you chose to have diet soda over a regular soda drink, its time to think again. Crafty advertising may have given the term “sugar free” an impression of healthy alternative, but the truth of the matter is that chemical sweeteners are far from healthy.Despite the [...]

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Fringe-ology: How I Tried to Explain Away the Unexplainable—and Couldn’t

Jan 29, 2012

“It is human nature to frame conflicting worldviews in extreme terms of right and wrong, good and evil, rational and irrational. This kind of ‘us vs. them’ thinking is perhaps best and most readily seen in debates about the paranormal.” See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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