Author - Soren Dreier

sleep

Why We Sleep

They say that an elephant never forgets. It is also often stated that one of the functions of sleep is to consolidate memories. If both of those things were true, then you’d expect elephants to sleep a lot – but the truth is, the massive pachyderms, which have the biggest brains of...

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Study: Walking Can Keep People Out of the Hospital

In my practice as a GP, I have been impressed by a few energetic and active 80 year olds who remain in good health while many their age have succumbed to various chronic diseases. So in 2005, when the University of Newcastle established a large community based health study of people aged...

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universe

New Evidence – The Universe Is a Hologram

One of the great mysteries of modern cosmology is how our universe can be so thermally uniform—the vast cosmos is filled with the lingering heat of the Big Bang. Over time, it has cooled to a few degrees above absolute zero, but it can still be seen in the faint glow of microwave...

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Amazing Animal Bridges And Crossings

It’s hard to say how many animals are killed by vehicles around the world every year, but it’s estimated that up to one million are killed every day on the roads of the US alone. As you can see from the list below however, some countries go to great lengths to ensure the...

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The Creepy (Deadly) Swedish Migrant Meme – Revisited

Sweden is a very interesting study in how social engineering can backfire on the bureaucrats who impose it on an entire population for some obscure reason. What I´m addressing is the Swedish attitude towards racism and migration. I don’t really know what’s wrong with those social...

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Sweden Takes Steps to Establish Sharia Law

A  court in Sweden has ruled in favor of a marriage between a 14-year-old Syrian Refugee and her 21-year-old husband, who is also her cousin. The court made the ruling on the basis that the teenager appears to be “mature,” as well as for religious and cultural reasons. According to the...

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Meanwhile, Rioting Breaks Out In Sweden

It would appear the mainstream media (along with several celebrities and Swedish politicians) is going to be apologizing to President Trump once again. Having spent the entire new cycle trying to ignore the immigrant crisis facing Sweden, and pin the ignorant tail on Trump, both Dagbladet...

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California Braces For Potentially Devastating Floods

After years of too little rain, California has a decidedly different problem on its hands: way, way too much of it. But the scare at the Oroville dam earlier this month, and the massive floods in Los Angeles last week, pale in comparison to what the latest volley of moisture threatens to...

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posthuman

The Post-Human World

Famine, plague, and war. These have been the three scourges of human history. But today, people in most countries are more likely to die from eating too much rather than too little, more likely to die of old age than a great plague, and more likely to commit suicide than to die in war...

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ceo

Science: CEOs Are Such Bullshit

“CEO” is a term for someone who is paid more money than you because they are able to project a large degree of confidence about their wrong ideas. Don’t take my word for it—it’s science! The duties of CEOs vary somewhat from company to company, but they all have a few things in common:...

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Chemtrails Explained

In this video we view documentations and Patents for Chemtrail/Cloud Seeding/Geoengineering/Stratospheric Aerosol Injection and the chemicals being used. Known Chemicals in Cloud Seeding: Aluminum Oxide, Thorium Oxide, Silver Iodide, liquid propane, Carbon Dioxide, Ammonia Nitrate, Urea...

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yoga

The Scandal That Rocked Bikram Yoga

Little is known of Choudhury’s early life. Born in Kolkata in 1946, he claimed to have been invited to America by Richard Nixon, and to have taught yoga to the Beatles and Nasa astronauts. He once told a class that he invented the disco ball…. We’re 15 minutes into the Monday morning...

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imortality

The Tech Industry Is Obsessed With Immortality

In October of 1994, Wired magazine ran a feature about a new Californian subculture, cheerfully titled “MEET THE EXTROPIANS.” Extropianism, the article enthused, was a philosophy of transcendence. With technology and the right attitude—aggressive individualism, cool rationalism, and other...

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deepstate

Chilling Warnings About Deep State’s War on Trump

“Let me tell you, you take on the intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you. So, even for a practical, supposedly, hard-nosed businessman, he’s being really dumb to do this,” Democratic lawmaker Charles Schumer said of President Trump in January amid...

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Pope: ‘Muslim Terrorism Does Not Exist’

“Christian terrorism does not exist, Jewish terrorism does not exist, and Muslim terrorism does not exist. They do not exist,” Francis said in his speech to a world meeting of populist movements. What he apparently meant is that not all Christians are terrorists and not all Muslims are...

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