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Heart of Mind Radio – 12.16.17

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis speaks to Olympia LePoint, about her new book, Answers Unleashed: The Science of Unleashing Your Brain’s Power Music featured on today’s program: Frog Dancing by David Anthony Clark Olympia LePoint AnswersUnleashed.com Countless books have been written about the process of healing the brain from traumatic situations. But Answers Unleashed: The Science of Unleashing Your Brain’s Power by Olympia LePoint is the first self-help …

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Elizabeth Kolbert – WHY SCIENTISTS ARE SCARED OF TRUMP: A POCKET GUIDE

Next week, the American Geophysical Union will hold its annual conference in San Francisco. The A.G.U. meeting is one of the world’s première scientific gatherings—last fall, some twenty-four thousand experts in fields ranging from astronomy to volcanology attended. This year, in addition to the usual papers and journals, a new publication will be available to participants. It’s called “Handling Political …

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Universe has 2 trillion galaxies, astronomers say

There are a dizzying 2 trillion galaxies in the universe, up to 20 times more than previously thought, astronomers reported on Thursday. The surprising finding, based on 3D modeling of images collected over 20 years by the Hubble Space Telescope, was published in the Astronomical Journal. Scientists have puzzled over how many galaxies the cosmos harbors at least since US …

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Michelle Lani Shiota – How Awe Sharpens Our Brains

More than 4.5 million people visited the Grand Canyon National Park in 2013; more than 3.5 million visited Yosemite. That same year, worldwide revenues for Cirque du Soleil, the Quebecois theatrical venture emphasizing extreme feats of acrobatics and agility, were close to $850 million. Fireworks displays, first developed in seventh-century China, are now featured in celebrations throughout the world at tremendous public expense. The …

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Energy Stew – Mas Sajady – 12.11.15

Mas died twice, and especially the second time while on the other side, was given empowerments and taught deep truths about life.

It’s wonderful to talk with him about life and how to live in more powerful frequencies that will open us to greater success. In the interview, he sends healing frequencies out to all the listeners.

Some of the dynamic topics we spoke about were forgiveness and eating meat. He’ll surprise you with his answers.

He has amazingly profound understandings and it was a joy to talk with him.

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Resistance Radio – Gerardo Ceballos – 11.08.15

Dr Gerardo Ceballos is one of the world’s leading ecologists, and is a professor at the Institute of Ecology at National Autonomous University of Mexico. He is the author of numerous books, including The Skin of the Rainforest, Mammals of Mexico, and The Annihilation of Nature: Human Extinction of Birds and Mammals. He is also known for his fieldwork on prairie dogs, jaguars, and others. He proposed the first Mexican endangered species act, that includes roughly 4000 species of plants and animals in the country. He has seen through to establishment more than 20 protected areas that cover almost 2% of the Mexican land territory and protect thousands of plants and animals, including around 15% of all endangered species. No other Mexican scientist – perhaps no other individual scientist in the world — has accomplished so much in hands-on conservation. Today we talk about prairie dogs as a keystone species.

Sudden onset of ice loss in Antarctica so large it affects Earth’s gravity field

A group of scientists, led by a team from the University of Bristol, UK has observed a sudden increase of ice loss in a previously stable region of Antarctica. The research is published today in Science. Using measurements of the elevation of the Antarctic ice sheet made by a suite of satellites, the researchers found that the Southern Antarctic Peninsula showed …

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Scientists analysing sophisticated satellite data warn that rises in sea level more rapid than expected are increasing threats to coastal cities and food security.

LONDON, 27 March, 2015 − Satellite observations show that sea level rise may have been underestimated, and that annual rises are increasing. A collaborative effort between maritime organisations and space agencies in measuring sea level rise has come to the conclusion that it has been increasing by 3.1 millimetres a year since 1993 – higher than previous estimates. The evidence …

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Is This Ubiquitous Toxic Metal Lowering Men’s Sperm Counts?

Falling sperm counts and rising infertility are phenomena that have been observed for decades in the developed world. Today, researchers estimate that up to twenty per cent of young men have a low sperm count defined as fewer than 20 million sperm per millilitre and it is the main problem for about one in five couples having trouble conceiving and a contributing …