Author - Soren Dreier

Bank Money: ‘The Root of All Evil’

The one force that causes the most harm in our economy also happens to be the least well-known and understood. While the left blames greedy corporations and individuals, and the right blames the government, it is in fact the collusion between the government and private banks that leads...

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Looking for Nanny Willing to Work in a Haunted House

A family of four from Scotland is offering a £50,000 ($64,000) to a professional nanny willing to work in a haunted house and put up with supernatural occurrences that have so far driven away five other nannies in the last year alone. This may be just a clever hoax, but even so, it’s a...

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Sleep Deprivation Causes & Natural Treatments

In a world where stress levels are rising, exposure to natural sunlight outdoors is diminishing, and technology is leading to constant demands for everybody’s attention, it’s no surprise that so many people struggle to get enough sleep. What does it mean to be “sleep deprived”? What are...

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My Life With Multiple Personalities

Until she was 40 years old, Melanie Goodwin had no memory of her life before the age of 16. Then, a family tragedy triggered a cataclysmic psychological change. Suddenly she was aware of other identities inside her, and the barriers between them were crumbling. The different identities...

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Just sitting. And thinking. Is it so Hard?

Pop-up philosophy. Stop, sit down and just think. That’s what I wrote on a whiteboard – then I took it outside and propped it next to a small folding chair near the entrance to my office at City, University of London. For a week, I had been travelling around London with two folding...

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How to Lose Weight for Kids

Nearly two-thirds of this U.S. group are overweight. In fact, 17 percent are obese, with the rate tripling from 1971 to 2011. Worst of all, these folks are being exposed to a whole host of health issues that were previously quite rare in this group. Who am I talking about? Children, of...

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Study: Red Onions Kill Cancer Cells

Sitting down for dinner? Extra red onions, please. This may become a new mantra for those wanting to stave off cancer, according to a new study from Canadian researchers. Five types of Ontario-grown onions were tested for their effectiveness at destroying cancer cells, and researchers...

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Inside an Ivanka Trump Clothing Factory

Workers complain of verbal abuse, impossible targets and ‘poverty pay’ so bad they have to live away from their children. The reality of working in a factory making clothes for Ivanka Trump’s label has been laid bare, with employees speaking of being paid so little they cannot live with...

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The Sun’s Benefits Go Way Beyond Vitamin D

The sun has got his hat on, our moods feel lighter and we are gripped by a desire to soak up some solar rays. But no, we keep being told: the threat of skin cancer makes this potentially lethal. Now, however, scientists are discovering a positive side to sun-worshipping. Getting a good...

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The Ancient Link Between Planets and Metals

Is there any civilisation before us who hasn’t felt this at their core? Peoples before us had such reverence for the celestial objects, they saw their gods in the planets. In a search for meaning, they turned to the sky. They believed the planets of our solar system have significant power...

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The Lost Art of Patience

The average American checks his or her smartphone once every six-and-a-half minutes, or roughly 150 times each day.  You probably do this without even thinking about it.  This can influence how well we focus and the degree to which we can have meaningful social interactions, especially if...

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Is Fear of Flying Contagious?

I recently got a text message from a friend that read “Can you say something comforting re: flying?” It wasn’t the text itself that was unusual—I knew my friend was en route to Los Angeles that day—but its sender. She was someone who, until about a year ago, wasn’t afraid of flying at all...

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Study: E-cigarettes Potentially as Harmful as Tobacco

A study by chemists at the University of Connecticut offers new evidence that electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes are potentially as harmful as tobacco cigarettes. Using a new low-cost, 3-D printed testing device, UConn researchers found that e-cigarettes loaded with a nicotine-based...

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Mrauk U – The Next Angkor Wat?

When time began there lived a lonely monkey who met a peacock, who laid an egg from which was born a mighty prince who built a city on the spot of his birth and called it “monkey egg”. Whatever the myths around its creation, by the 15th century, Mrauk U (Monkey Egg) was the capital of a...

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The Charming Psychopath

Jeffrey Dahmer. Ted Bundy. Hannibal Lecter. These are the psychopaths whose stunning lack of conscience we see in the movies and in tabloids. Yet, as this report makes abundantly clear, these predators, both male and female, haunt our everyday lives at work, at home, and in relationships...

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How to Prepare for and Induce Lucid Dreams

To increase the likelihood of having a lucid dream, you need to prep your environment, watch what you eat, drink, and otherwise ingest, and fall asleep the right way. For starters, you need to make sure you’re getting enough sleep for lucid dreaming to be a possibility. You have more REM...

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