The Awakening by Unknown
A time comes in your life when you finally get when, in the midst of all your fears and insanity, you stop dead in your tracks and somewhere the voice inside your head cries out, ENOUGH! Enough fighting and crying and blaming and struggling to hold on. Then, like a child quieting down after a tantrum, you blink back your tears and begin to look at the world through new eyes. This is your...
The Ghost In Your Genes Our genes carry unbelievable information of our past and how does this genetic information affect our present is revealed in this film. The only way forward is to look into the past. This video describes a paradigm shift in genetics. One that’s needed too, because frankly it makes more sense with this information.
In a paper last month in the online journal Evolutionary Psychology, Gregory...– Why Religion May Not be Hard-Wired | Newsweek.com (via marc) (via pamelah) (via clothedinsky) Truth be told.
What have I learned? That friendship, not money, is real security. That most...– I live without cash – and I manage just fine | Mark Boyle | Environment | guardian.co.uk (via wildcat2030) (via thisworldwemustleave) The rest of the article is a very informative read on consciously choosing to live off the grid. (via ledgergermane) (via clothedinsky)
This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for...– The Dalai Lama (via littlemiss) (via maybeitsallok) (via ofpetrarch) (via clothedinsky)
quantumpossibility: TED: Wade Davis - Finding the World Mythos “One of the intense pleasures of travel and one of the delights of ethnographic research is the opportunity to live amongst those who have not forgotten the old ways, who still feel their past in the wind, touch it in stones polished by rain, taste it in the bitter leaves of plants. Just to know that Jaguar shamans still journey...
Fleeting Youth, Fading Creativity in Science (Wall... →
psychotherapy: When James Watson was 24 years old, he spent more time thinking about women than work, according to his memoir “Genes, Girls and Gamow.” His hair was unkempt and his letters home were full of references to “wine-soaked lunches.” But when Mr. Watson wasn’t chasing after girls, he was hard at work in his Cambridge lab, trying to puzzle out the structure of DNA. In 1953, when Mr....
Look at your feet. You are standing in the sky. When we think of the sky, we...– Diane Ackerman (via quantumpossibility)
Uncoiling the Spiral: Maths and Hallucinations →
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The Esoteric Interpretation of Pinocchio by... →
It’s funny how movies, especially the ones we never think of, actually have a deeper meaning. Artificial Intelligence is worth looking into. It’s a modernized version of Pinocchio, originally written by Stanley Kubric, who was going to be the director. But then he died and the dream of making this movie was canned for a few years until Spielberg took over. There’s a scene where “David”, AI’s...
There’s something organic about the internet because it serves as an...– cookedwords
It is preoccupation with possessions, more than anything else, that prevents us...– Bertrand Russell
The Physics of 2012 →
“Realm Dynamics explains why the principles underlying the Shift are the same ones active at a lower degree in our lives everyday. If you want to know what your quantum phase resonance is, look at the kind of experiences you are attracting right now. What is the “theme” of your life experiences? Are you madly clambering for material satisfactions, stepping over others to attain your...
400-Million-Year-Old Mystery: Giant Tree-like... →
“The giant fossil Prototaxites is a big 400-million year old mystery. The fossils resemble tree trunks, and yet they are from a time before trees existed. The stable carbon isotope values are similar to those of fungi, but the fossils do not display structures usually found in fungi. Hence, the enigma.”
Intuition comes very close to clairvoyance; it appears to be the extrasensory...– Alexis Carrel
Despite their remoteness from sense experience, we do have something like a...– Kurt Gödel, What is Cantor’s Continuum Problem? (via wildcat2030) (via amiquote)
Timepieces could not know your age.– Surrealism Server (via quantumpossibility)
To see the world in a grain of sand, and heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity...– William Blake (via amiquote)
Wall Street Journal: Prepare for an apocalyptic... →
Typically an article like this would be found in some sort of “fringe” website, but when it’s in the WSJ I’d pay extra close attention. Feb 11th seems to be a big day not only because of Iran’s announcement but also because Greece’s fate will be decided that day as well. It will be interesting to see what develops, although everyone from the WSJ to George Ure...
(via fransees) Illusion & Reality “The daily life we perceive with our five senses is not reality. Quantum physics has shown that space and time are illusions of perception. Therefore, our bodies cannot truly be a reality if they occupy this space.”
Mars & Moon Image Tampering Evidence →
“The links below access the image tampering evidence record ordered with the newest postings at the top and the oldest at the bottom. This is not meant as a comprehensive record as this subject is far too massive to encompass here. You’ll find samples meant only to initially expose and inform on a basic level as to this material’s existence in the official science data. Most...
7 Mind-Blowing Easter Eggs Hidden in Famous Works... →
“Those tasty dinner rolls scattered in The Last Supper may be the notes of a musical arrangement. Actually, not just the bread, but the hands of Christ and the Apostles as well. One musician found that by drawing a five line musical staff across the painting, the hands and buns seem to line up as the notes of a pretty little composition. This is assuming, of course, that the notes are...