Womanhood Revisited

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Author: Ida Lawrence

Sometimes we don’t really know how the collective human experience has affected our lives until something hits a mark, and we respond emotionally. The angry don’t know they’re angry, the stressed don’t know they’re stressed, the fearful don’t know they’re fearful, the resentful don’t know they’re resentful. It can be...

Lucid Dreamers Show Greater Insight In Waking Life

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Author: University of Lincoln

People who are aware they are asleep when they are dreaming have better than average problem-solving abilities, new research has discovered. Credit: © Piotr Marcinski / Fotolia Experts from the University of Lincoln, UK, say that those who experience 'lucid dreaming' -- a phenomena where someone who is asleep can...

The Mysterious Real Zombies of Haiti

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Author: Mysterious Universe

Bloodthirsty fictional zombies have become very popular in recent times, inhabiting everything from books, to TV shows, to movies, delighting and scaring many horror aficionados. Yet many people may not realize that in some cultures, zombies are considered to be very real. In these societies, zombies are not the stuff...

Treating Cancer With Venom

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Author: Samantha Olson

Scorpions, bees, and snakes are all known for their painful stings and, in some cases life-threatening venom, but venom's unique properties could be used for targeting cancer cells. The power of venom has opened up new doors for cancer treatment approaches and the findings will be reported in a video...

Rense: Edgar Cayce – ‘Russia – The Hope Of The World’

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Author: Jeff Rense

The readings of America's greatest psychic remain an extraordinary body of data which often stagger the reader with its prescience and projections of future events.  Many years ago, during the cold war, I remember reading about how Cayce claimed - while in one of his self-induced trance sessions - some...

Antidepressants Change Feelings of Love

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Taking antidepressants may affect people's feelings of love and attachment, a new study suggests. Researchers found that men's feelings of love tended to be affected more than women's by taking antidepressants called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), which work mainly through the serotonin system. In contrast, drugs called tricyclic antidepressants,...

America’s Disappearing Middle Class

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Author: Joel Kotkin

In ways not seen since the Gilded Age of the late nineteenth century, America is becoming a nation of increasingly sharply divided classes. Joel Kotkin’s The New Class Conflict breaks down these new divisions for the first time, focusing on the ascendency of two classes: the tech Oligarchy, based in Silicon Valley;...