-By Paul A Philips
Indeed science has made extraordinary contributions, transformed society with its humanitarian knowledge. Its universal acceptance and influence continues unprecedentedly. However, for hundreds of years the scientific culture has been dogmatically stuck on a number of untruths.
The extent to which the scientific culture is stuck on these untruths has never been more noticeable than today: Hardened dogmas and their limitations has put science in a situation where age-old problems are not getting solved by the current scientific paradigm. For example, major scientific problems not really getting solved such as those related to medicine; incurable diseases like cancer, heart disease and ageing illnesses… see more
Ancient Skull – Homo Sapiens
-by Paul Seaburn
It’s always wise to be cautious when an archeologist claims a discovery “will change everything,” especially if the statement ends in an exclamation point. So let’s tread carefully through this new announcement that a hominin skull found in China may be proof that a separate branch of Homo sapienssprouted in Asia with no connection to the known startup in Africa. Not only that, this skull is older than all known Homo sapiens fossils. That would change … hold that thought… see more
What you need to know about HUMAN ENERGY and MAGNETISM
How do magnetic fields effect us and the matter around us? What can we do to keep ourselves in tune with the Earth and how can we use magnetism to improve our overall health?
The devices are a cause of, and remedy from, the high-anxiety precarious life under late capitalism – and are rewiring our brains to resemble computers
-by Thomas Goulding
With constant content throughout the day, millions are losing the ability to sit still and do ‘nothing’ All images provided by iStock
How long would you last doing a simple cognitive task without checking your smartphone or social media feed, before you get fidgety and bored? Ten minutes? How would you feel after one hour?
Around two thirds of British people admit they would feel lost, unhappy or anxious without their smartphone, according to a survey last year. Around half of Americans openly admit they simply could not last a day without their smartphone… see more