Feeling the Effects of Saturn Retrograde 2019?

When I see FB messenger filling up with question marks and “what’s up in the sky” messages, but no one books a session. It signals a time to write one of these general astrology updates. If you are feeling that something is a bit off or even destabilizing your sense of “life as normal”. You …

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Who we are Our website address is: https://coolwisdombooks.com. What personal data we collect and why we collect it Comments When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection. An anonymized string created from …

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UCLA study proves looking at photo of loved one reduces pain

According to a recent study by UCLA psychologists, looking at a photo, holding the hand or even just thinking of a loved one will reduce pain. The study which appeared in the November 2009 issue of the Journal Psychological Science, involved 25 women who received a moderately painful heat stimulus on their forearms while they …

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The new thing in digital love: Lovers’ Boxes

Our digital technology that with such ease brings us together, with instantaneous messages and almost “as if you were in the room” video, has also introduced us to a new type of emptiness in love relationships; that peculiar but very tactile hollow feeling you get after sharing a long-distance Skype conversation with a loved one, …

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Computer scientists surprising new theory of evolution

New research by computer scientists shines a new light on the theory of evolution. In contrast to the accepted theory of “survival of the fittest”, the ability to evolve (called evolvability) could possibly be hereditary and inherent in nature itself. The philosopher Diderot wrote, “It seems that Nature has taken pleasure in varying the same …

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The future of commuting: Fly to work in a mini eco-friendly Citycopter

Fly Citycopter is new urban aerial vehicle designed by Eduardo Galvani Photo courtesy of : Eduardo Galvani @ hemisferiocriativo.com View all 11 photos From the ancient Greek Icarus to the Wright brothers our desire to fly has inspired some of our greatest scientific, cultural and political achievements. Now though with our urban population explosion and …

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Scientific study: Taking your dog to work reduces anxiety

According to a Virginia Commonwealth University study, having a dog at work not only reduces the owners stress level but also increased the level of job satisfaction for other employees as well.In the past 20 years, many studies have looked at the relationship between job stress and a variety of ailments: Mood and sleep disturbances, …

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Scientific study: Being too clean may be making you depressed

According to Emory University neuroscientist Charles Raison, MD, in a review article in the December 2010 issue of Archives of General Psychiatry; there is mounting evidence that our lack of contact with microorganisms in the soil, food and gut, due to our excessive cleanliness, may be contributing to the rise in depression in our modern …

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Should you talk to your kids about money? Study shows they know your secrets

North Carolina State University published a study that finds parents should make an effort to talk with their children about money. The paper, “Money Matters: Children’s Perceptions of Parent-Child Financial Disclosure,” published in the online journal Communication Research Reports, was authored by Dr. Lynsey Romo, an assistant professor of communication at NC State and Dr. …

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Gandhi Theosophy and Union Square Park in NYC

It’s strange to see a statue of Gandhi set in small but lush landscape in Union Square Park in NYC, its even stranger to think that Gandhi got his start as a teacher and spiritual leader through his connection with the Theosophists. This statue was placed in Union Square Park in 1986 as part of …

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Symbols the secret to Oreo cookies success

Oreo cookies were born in New York City in 1912 when a few bakeries combined to form the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) and opened a factory in the Chelsea Market building on 9th Avenue between 15th and 16th St -now called “Oreo Way.” The first prototype of the cookie looked like a baseball mound or …

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Is the computer really a modern day invention after all?

When Jane Smiley, a Pulitzer prize-winning novelist was asked in her recent interview in Wired magazine, why she took on writing her new biography titled: The Man Who Invented the Computer: The Biography of John Atanasoff, Digital Pioneer, she said: “I was asked by an editor to consider writing something about an American inventor. I …

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