Monthly Archives: August 2013

Thursday 29 August 2013 – The brain

Quite interesting… ­čÖé Advertisements

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Sunday 25 August 2013 – Compelling

It is paramount we understand the possible consequences of our actions. When we observe any given situation or cultural practice that is dominant within our society, we must ask the role it plays in benefiting humanity, the Earth and all … Continue reading

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Friday 23 August 2013 – Freedom

Freedom… Do you value yours? What is true freedom and what face does it have in the world of today? How can the concept of freedom influence the way we think, believe, act and behave in this world and throughout … Continue reading

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Wednesday 21 August 2013 – Rob Schneider on Vaccines

Education and awareness is key to a healthy body… Actor Rob Schneider Warns Of Government Mandated Vaccines ┬á

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Monday 19 August 2013 – Technology

3D printers are becoming extremely popular these days with their ability to print weapons,┬ámusical instruments, toys and a range of nice to have gadgets.┬á However, the latest use for this amazing technology is lending its ability to heal… 3D printed … Continue reading

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Saturday 17 August 2013 – Currency

A very interesting video… More detailed analysis of this phenomenon is required though… Questions such as: -Are we as a collective and integrated society reshaping our overall values? -Are we re-prioritising what we what we once thought was important? -Are … Continue reading

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Thursday 15 August 2013 – Avoiding pain

An interesting thought… Over the last 200 years our culture has developed amazing techniques to healing our selves. Modern medicine has developed technology that has stemmed from natural to synthetic experiments in the laboratory, which in turn have been able … Continue reading

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