Fire and Flood: Climate Change Is Fueling Disasters on Both Sides of the Planet

Extreme weather conditions fueled by climate change are behind the massive wildfires burning in the Pacific Northwest and the deadly flooding that has struck Western Europe.  One wildfire in Oregon alone has already burned an area larger than New York City, and more than 180 people having been killed by


New Fractal Experiments Support the Idea of Quantum Consciousness

The results of a new series of experiments suggests that microscopic structures within the brain could support the concept of quantum consciousness, an idea put forward by University of Arizona professor Dr. Stuart Hameroff and Nobel Laureate Sir Roger Penrose in the 1990s. These findings “could provide the foundations for scientists to experimentally test the

Mars’ Liquid Water Lakes Mightn’t Be Liquid After All

Researchers studying the lakes of liquid water that are buried under Mars’ southern polar ice caps are beginning to question whether or not these structures are indeed liquid, as the radar data would indicate, due to the lack of a heat source that would prevent the water from freezing. But

According to Scientists, Our Brain’s ‘Time Cells’ Cipher the Order of Chronological Memories

  “Time moves in one direction, memory in another.” ~ William Gibson While physicists and philosophers have been trying to unravel the mystery of time itself for, well, a long time now, the latter half of Gibson’s quote is well worth looking at: if our perception of time—a or more

New Study Suggests Cell Phone Use May Increase Cancer Risk

A new study out of UC Berkeley has found that long-term cell phone use may increase the risk of contracting brain cancer by 60 percent. The study, led by Joel Moskowitz, a researcher with UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health and director of the Center for Family and Community Health,

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