Shasta’s Ancient Megaliths

Jun 08, 2012 by

When we’re lucky, every once in awhile some inquisitive troublemaker comes along and happens to discover something which is bound to upset the sleeping dog of human prehistory even further… See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Pagan Basics: the pentagram

Jun 04, 2012 by

The Pagan Basics series is for those looking to find out more about the basic concepts, symbols and values of paganism. A series of short articles which give explanations to some of paganism’s most fundamental concepts, images and shared understandings. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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RT’s OWS game app up for media award

Jun 02, 2012 by

RT’s Facebook game, where the 99% can occupy New York’s financial district in virtual reality, has made the finals of the prestigious international Promax/BDA award. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Will corporations prevent the Singularity?

Apr 29, 2012

Human beings are confused and confusing creatures. We don’t have very clear goal systems, and are quite willing and able to adapt our top-level goals to the circumstances. I have little doubt that most humans will go with the flow as Singularity approaches. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Organic Food Industry Bought Up by Corporations Like Coca-Cola

Apr 06, 2012

You may be wondering why some supposedly ‘healthy’ and ‘environmentally conscious’ companies deceive unknowing consumers into purchasing products with hidden additives and fillers. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Bull with flaming balls of wax attached to head fatally gores man in eastern Spain

Jan 26, 2012

MADRID — A flaming-horned bull trampled and fatally gored a man early Saturday during a festival in eastern Spain, an official said.   Large balls of flaming wax are traditionally affixed to the beasts’ heads before they are let loose to rampage through squares and narrow streets in such festivals. See it on Scoop.it, via [...]

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11 Words with Surprising Derivations

Jan 24, 2012

Part of English’s success is due to the embracing of new words; British and Irish people in particular seem to take a delight in using new words or misusing or adapting old ones. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Thousands suggest explanations for ancient Jlem carvings

Dec 10, 2011

When archeologists are baffled by discoveries, they’re expected to debate complicated theories among other argyle-vest-wearing experts at stuffy conferences held high in ivory towers. But when recent carvings at a Jerusalem site puzzled experts, the archeologists at the City of David site near the Old City took a new approach: Post a mysterious stone carving [...]

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