A revolution in Health care
The human body is electric and no one seems to pay attention to this very important fact. Eastern Medicine has known for 5000 years that the body has meridians and chakras that send electrical impulses through out the body that can be altered with Acupuncture. Western Medicine discovered that the body has electric current in the 1700's, when they started measuring the heart beat and began to develope the elctrocardiogram or EKG-ECG. If the human body is electric then it would make since to discover how to understand it an how it effects health and what is the source of the electric current.
Well we know that the source of this electric current is from minerals that are found in the soil and taken up by the plants we consume. They are atomic and have possitive and negitive charges. They are taken up by plants This is related to photosynthsis and ionic exchange in the soil. Currently there are devices that can measure the electric current of the body which is like an Aura. This way of measuring the body tells you where the problem areas are in the body and how to address the illness. Through frequincy's and the colors of them we can identify health problems. Measuring health in this way is soon to be the best way to prevent illness and to reach perfect health. This will be a Revolution in health care. For more information see my blogs at myspace.com/dougbio
International poker champion Liv Boeree teaches decision-making for Big Think Edge.
One way to limit clutter is by being mindful of your spending.
- Overbuyers are people who love to buy — they stockpile things as a result. These are individuals who are prone to run out of space in trying to store their stuff and they may even lose track of what — and how much of what — they have.
- One way overbuyers can limit their waste, both money and space wise, is by storing items at the store, and then buy them when they really need them.
- Underbuyers tend to go to extraordinary lengths to not buy things. They save money and do fewer errands, however, they often make do with shabby personal items. They may also, when they finally decide to go out to buy a product, go without entirely because the item may no longer be available.
Explore a legendary philosopher's take on how society fails to prepare us for education and progress.
- Alan Watts was an instrumental figure in the 1960s counterculture revolution.
- He believed that we put too much of a focus on intangible goals for our educational and professional careers.
- Watts believed that the whole educational enterprise is a farce compared to how we should be truly living our lives.
A new study has investigated who watched the ISIS beheading videos, why, and what effect it had on them
This is the first study to explore not only what percentage of people in the general population choose to watch videos of graphic real-life violence, but also why.
In the summer of 2014, two videos were released that shocked the world. They showed the beheadings, by ISIS, of two American journalists – first, James Foley and then Steven Sotloff. Though the videos were widely discussed on TV, print and online news, most outlets did not show the full footage. However, it was not difficult to find links to the videos online.
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