William Henry and Anne Strieber discuss the Lost Secrets of Jesus in a whole new way. What do we actually DO in order to live in a way that gets us into contact with the energies William is talking about and researching? Under Anne’s gentle questioning, he opens up as never before! Don’t miss a single moment of this beautiful and empowering interview.

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Not everyone gets supersized on a fast food diet?what about the ancient Romans who lived in Pompeii? Since the city was buried beneath a volcano in 70 AD, we can only understand how they lived by studying the artifacts they left behind. Some of these show that the residents were fans of fast food as well?at least they liked to eat on the run.

In LiveScience.com, Heather Whipps quotes archaeologist Penelope Allison as saying, “I am looking at pots and pans and how houses actually functioned.” She didn?t find many sets of dishes, but did find lots of small barbecue grills, “indicating that people were eating-and-running on the go.”
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It’s wildfire season again in California and the West. Researchers have developed a new way to predict when vegetation dries to the point it is most vulnerable to large-scale fires in the Santa Monica Mountains near Los Angeles. This year’s forecast says the highest-risk fire period will begin July 13?weeks earlier than usual.

Despite that, the new study also shows that unlike other areas of the western United States, global warming has not caused any apparent long-term trend toward early fire seasons in the Santa Monicas.

The scientists eventually hope to expand their unique fire-risk forecasting method to all of Southern California and beyond.
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Tai chi chih, the Westernized version of the 2,000-year-old Chinese martial art characterized by slow movement and meditation, significantly boosts the immune systems of older adults. And researchers are making robots that move more efficiently by teaching them tai chi.

The immune systems’ defenses against the painful, blistery rash known as shingles, which is the adult version of Chicken Pox, were stronger in a group of over 100 adults, ranging in age from 59 to 86, who practiced tai chi. If tai chi strengthens the immune system, it may explain why it is so popular in China.
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