Spooky lecture from 1996 prophesizes the future of the WWW and its spiritual dimension

On February 1st 1996, at Mpath’s Internet Game Developers Conference in San Jose, California a video game developer named Brain Moriarty gave an amazing lecture “to a crowd that seemingly grew smaller and smaller as he talked on.” “The Point Is,” (1996) is a virtual and hypnotic roller-coaster ride that starts from a point of …

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Email marketing: Einstein, Darwin and Freud’s letter writing habits reveal a pattern

In a paper, “On Universality in Human Correspondence Activity,”  published in the journal “Science” by Northwestern University researchers, examined the letter correspondence of 16 famous writers, performers, politicians and scientists, including Einstein, Darwin, Sigmund Freud, Karl Marx, and Ernest Hemingway, and found that the 16 individuals sent letters randomly following a circadian cycle. “No matter …

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Science: Google Trends keywords that predict Dow Jones rise and fall

A study, “Quantifying Trading Behavior in Financial Markets Using Google Trends,” published in Scientific Reports by a team of UK and US researchers, found Google Trends keywords can predict the rise and fall of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Using historic data from January 2004 to February 2011, researchers analyzed the use of 98 commonly …

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Study proves brain to brain communication through power of thought alone (VIDEO)

Dr. Chris James University of Southampton The University of Southampton recently demonstrated that communication from person to person through the power of thought alone is absolutely possible. A Brain-Computer Interfacing (BCI) was used to capture brain signals that translated into commands which the humans could control just by thinking. Dr Christopher James from the University’s …

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Can new algorithm decipher who wrote the Bible?

Torah Wikimedia Commons A new software program developed by Bar-Ilan University computer scientist Moshe Koppel, his student Navot Akiva, Tel Aviv University computer scientist Nachum Dershowitz, and Hebrew University graduate student Idan Dershowitz has a novel algorithm that can analyze texts and determine information about an “unknown author,? whether they are male or female, their …

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Scientist’s fMRI, mind reading, crystals and the third eye (VIDEO)

Kyanite crystals and thought transference This year, CBS’ 60 minutes reported that scientists are coming close to “reading minds” with fMRI scans. It’s only a matter of time when science will catch up and realize the ability to “read minds” is an innate human skill that ancient metaphysicians have documented for thousands of years and …

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Scientists discover in new sex-reversed species the females have the penis

In sex-reversed cave insects, females have the penises Current Biology, Yoshizawa et al. Snails have their genitals on their necks, penguins don’t have them at all, male seahorses carry the pregnancy and give birth and female hyena’s have a pseudopenis. The animal kingdom never ceases to amaze and shock us with its variety. Now, researchers …

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Scientific discovery: Silver bullets not only kill vampires but bacteria

Silver bullets: Kill bacteria Silver bullets aren’t only the Lone Ranger’s calling card, “a symbol of justice, law and order,” and an effective way to kill a vampire, but according to a recent press release by the University of New Hampshire: a powerful antimicrobial. A November 9th 2009, press release, Antimicrobials: Silver (and copper) bullets …

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Scientific study proves frankincense fights inflammatory disease

Ph.D. student Olga Scherer from Jena University compares the resin of Boswellia trees from Africa (left) and India. Photo: Jan-Peter Kasper/FSU Frankincense resin which begins as a milky-white sticky liquid that flows from the trunk of the Boswellia tree when it’s injured, healing the tree’s wound, treasured by and named by the Frankish (French) Knights …

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Ancient face reading secrets reappear in scientific study

New Scientist and Glasgow University Study Physiognomy was once a respected twofold science: a method to discern a person’s character from their outward appearance and divine one’s future from one’s physical characteristics. Since the divination aspect of the science was abused (as most divinatory arts are), it was eventually deemed unlawful to practice the art …

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Drinking tart cherry juice improves sleep and cures insomnia, new study shows

Tart cherry juice cures insomnia Flickr: “more cherries” Julie Danielle A new study by researchers at Louisiana State University, “Tart Cherry Juice Increases Sleep Time in Older Adults with Insomnia,? presented April 28, 2014 at the Experimental Biology 2014 meeting found drinking Montmorency tart cherry juice twice a day for two weeks helped increase sleep …

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