Could GM Maize Cause Tumours, Kidney, Liver Problems?

Sep 22, 2012 by

Rats fed genetically modified crops suffered more premature deaths, tumours, kidney and liver problems, a worrying new study has found. Rats fed genetically modified crops suffered more premature deaths, tumours, kidney and liver problems, a worrying new study has found. The research suggests rats fed GM maize, grown with or without herbicide “Roundup”, or those [...]

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Oregon man sentenced to jail for collecting rain water

Aug 02, 2012 by

Gary Harrington, an Oregon man, will be spending a month in jail, after being convicted on nine misdemeanor charges. His crime? “Illegally” collecting rain water on his own property. Harrington, who lives in Eagle Point, Oregon, has been fighting for the right to collect rain water since 2002. See it on, via Mindscape Magazine

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How to Copy the Great Mineral Waters of Europe At Home

Jun 16, 2012 by

“If you’re serious about drinking water, you probably want to add CO2 to it—the bubbles of the gas add a sensory perk and light up some of the same receptors in our brains as mustard oil and wasabi. That done, move on to blowing everyone’s mind by simulating the finest effervescent mineral waters in the [...]

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Torsion: The Key to a Theory of Everything—Including Consciousness?

May 19, 2012

Brendan D. Murphy Copyright © 2012   Putting a Twist on Things The first research generally credited with the discovery of this “fifth force”—torsion—was that done in the late 1800s by Russian professor N.P. Myshkin.[i] Einstein’s colleague Dr. Eli Cartan  first coined the term torsion in 1913 in reference to this force’s twisting movement through [...]

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Liquid Drop Art

Apr 17, 2012

Enter a world of blue mushrooms, blown-glass statuettes, mysterious creatures, playful shapes reminiscent of spinning tops, bells, hats, aliens, carousels, limited only by the imagination. A world of fascinating shapes carved from drops of water or milk caught in time by a brief flash of light. See it on, via Mindscape

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Detroit newspaper calls for birth control sterilants to be added to public water supply

Feb 18, 2012

Why would you forcibly medicate the population with fluoride chemicals via the water supply when you could instead forcibly medicate them with birth control drugs? That seems to be the opinion of Nolan Finley, the editorial page editor at The Detroit News, who says that too many people on welfare are having babies in Detroit, [...]

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The Mournful Effect of Impending Mayan Doomsday

Feb 14, 2012

Wandering among the limestone ruins of temples and palaces of the past, I could not help but wonder how such a smart and sophisticated society could crumble into ruin.   The Maya of Palenque had aqueducts of running water, intelligent architecture, intricate artwork, ball courts and residences that will last much longer than most of [...]

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The Iceland Worm Monster (Lagarfljóts Worm) Caught on Camera

Feb 08, 2012

The Lagarfljótsormur, Lagarfljotsormurinn, Lagarfljót worm or simply Iceland Worm Monster is an Icelandic lake cryptid. The worm is purportedly located in Lagarfljót Lake, a freshwater, below-sea-level, glacial-fed body of water in Egilsstaðir.   The water visibility is incredibly poor as a result of siltation, and the creature–if it does exist–has not been scientifically studied.   [...]

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Second unidentified flying object found on Baltic Sea floor? (VIDEO)

Feb 05, 2012

Have treasure hunters found another unidentified flying object on the floor of the Baltic Sea? When a Swedish team using side-scan sonar picked up a strange circular object about 200 feet in diameter sitting on the floor of the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland last June, experts speculated that the object was just a [...]

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Whales Give Dolphins a Lift

Jan 17, 2012

Many species interact in the wild, most often as predator and prey. But recent encounters between humpback whales and bottlenose dolphins reveal a playful side to interspecies interaction. In two different locations in Hawaii, scientists watched as dolphins “rode” the heads of whales: the whales lifted the dolphins up and out of the water, and [...]

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