Author - Soren Dreier

Supercell Thunderstorms

Most people flee inside at the sight of thunderclouds, but Chad Cowan runs towards them. As Colossal reports, the Kansas-based photographer and filmmaker has spent the past decade chasing storms across America’s Tornado Alley, a storm-prone region in the southern plains of the central...

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Chemicals are in Our Water, Food, Air and Furniture

When her kids were young, Tracey Woodruff, Ph.D., MPH, knew more than most people about environmental toxics. After all, she was a senior scientist at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). But even she never dreamed, as she rocked her children to sleep at night, that the plastic baby...

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Total Solar Eclipses are Going Extinct

In 1695, Edmond Halley discovered that eclipses recorded in ancient history did not match calculations for the times or places of those eclipses. Starting with records of eclipses in his day and the observed motion of the moon and sun, he used Isaac Newton’s new theory of universal...

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Tonka Beans – The Flavor That’s Illegal

It’s led to raids by law enforcement agencies and mass deaths in animals; in the United States, chefs have ‘dealers’ who smuggle it into the country. Given these facts, I’m unwrapping my online delivery with a level of suspicion usually reserved for bomb disposal. Inside is a jar of...

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Readings – I am More Than OK

I am more than ok with the reading. I am so great full that you have taken out the knife to cut deep :) I have given you a permission to say what you had to say when I have sent my request. You made me smile. I am going to tell you something here….the way you have spoken to me I...

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The Future is Emotional

Human jobs in the future will be the ones that require emotional labour: currently undervalued and underpaid but invaluable Early last year, the World Economic Forum issued a paper warning that technological change is on the verge of upending the global economy. To fill the sophisticated...

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How To Curb Inflammation In Your Body

Coping with modern life can sometimes feel like a remorseless treadmill. Many of us end up exhausted, with a vague feeling that all this pressure can’t be doing us any good. But we do it anyway, driven by the notion that stress is for wimps. And there’s always a glass of wine...

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Siberia’s Indigenous People

Hi! My name is Alexander Khimushin. Nine years ago I packed my backpack to see the world and have been globe-trotting ever since visited 84 countries. While travelling the world, I realized that people are the most amazing part of it. Three years ago I came up with an idea of the photo...

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How Moonlight Sets Nature’s Rhythms

Lunar luster triggers mating orgies, guides travelers and even can even provoke magical transformations One November night each year, beneath the full moon, more than 130 species of corals simultaneously spawn in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Some corals spew plumes of sperm, smoldering...

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Quantum Mechanics Helps Explain Human Intuition

Despite its confounding reputation, quantum mechanics both guides and helps explain human intuition Quantum theory contradicts common sense. Everyone who has even a modest interest in physics quickly gets this message. The quantum view of reality, we’re often told, is as a madhouse of...

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NZ: Where Children Are Free to Roam

Pupils at Deep Green Bush school spend the majority of their day outdoors, exploring the countryside, learning to fish, hunt and trap possums Deep among the streams and Kauri trees of rural south Auckland, New Zealand’s newest and most alternative school is in session. The weather is fine...

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Einstein, Refrigerators, and the Atomic Bomb

Albert Einstein is perhaps most famous for introducing the world to the equation E=mc2. In essence, he discovered that energy and mass are interchangeable, setting the stage for nuclear power—and atomic weapons. His part in the drama of nuclear war may have ended there if not for a simple...

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Jeff Rense – Staggering Spaceship Photos – Ours?

Published on Jun 20, 2017 Photos: Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 The Jeff Rense Radio Archives contain interviews with over 18,000 people over a period of 24 years. Access and listen to some of the most stunning people of our times in often unforgettable interviews just like this one. Click here...

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The 15 Powerful People Charged With Poisoning Flint

Whatever you do, stop calling the Flint water crisis a “failure at all levels of government.” That’s the going line used by Congressional investigators, the Michigan governor, the Michigan Senate Majority Leader, and impassioned commentators around the country. And sure, this is one...

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How Cult Leaders Brainwash Followers

‘In the centre sits the Leader, separated by an inner circle who spread around him an aura of impenetrable mystery’ I began my formal research in 1999, eight years after battling my way out of a secret, so-called Marxist-Leninist group whose leader controlled my life in its most intimate...

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Solstice Group Distant Healing Event

The Earth Heal Geoharmonic Research Project will be hosting a group distant healing event for participants around the world on the  21 June. Each participant will receive distant healing work as an individual and as part of the group, and will play a part in holding the energy for the...

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Pot Smokers are Happy, Well Adjusted and Successful

Not to be that person who says “I told you so,” but a new study has concluded that pot smokers are not a bunch of lazy slackers but indeed well-adjusted human beings who cross a large swath of society’s diverse types of individuals. The landmark new study conducted by BDS Analytics...

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Smart Cities, 5G and EMF pollution

Across the country, we are beginning to see the rise of so-called “Smart Cities.” The city of the future may include 5G wireless antennas on most utility poles, self-driving vehicles whisking us from place to place, and “Internet of Things” sensors everywhere. But, most people remain...

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